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Can you please get with those up above and ask why the 2010 Score Mark Sanchez card number 14 wrong back signature series is not listed. Have both versions graded by beckett. Wrong back meaning it has the back of the base card but the signature front. Right back has the garauntee yadda yadda on the back.
(12-28-2011 05:58 AM)coltsfan1961 Wrote: [ -> ]Can you please get with those up above and ask why the 2010 Score Mark Sanchez card number 14 wrong back signature series is not listed. Have both versions graded by beckett. Wrong back meaning it has the back of the base card but the signature front. Right back has the garauntee yadda yadda on the back.

You got your answer last time you posted this thread - you just didn't like the correct answer.

Wrong backs are not "Error" cards under the definition used for listing in the price guide. They're printing flaws, and regardless of the verbiage used on the grading label, will never be listed in the price guide.
(12-28-2011 08:06 AM)ceocards Wrote: [ -> ]You got your answer last time you posted this thread - you just didn't like the correct answer.

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Well, try and try again...
Then why would the nolan ryan 1990 Donruss error backs be listed as errors since they to have wrong backs?
(12-28-2011 05:56 PM)coltsfan1961 Wrote: [ -> ]Then why would the nolan ryan 1990 Donruss error backs be listed as errors since they to have wrong backs?

Because there was a large quantity of the card produced with the wrong back...it wasn't that one card simply got the wrong back applied to it. It was a true 'error' in the design of the cards where they laid the cards out wrong on the printing sheets.

Errors, in order to be listed, need to be mistakes in the actual design, or layout of the cards, and are eligible to be listed in the price guide.

Flaws, on the other hand are mistakes in the printing process where one (or a very few) cards are mis-printed.

If you can find enough other 'wrong backs' to show that the card isn't a 'fluke', then it could be considered for listing.
Well considering there are only 25 autographs of that card to begin with seems rather rare
Give it up.
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