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2012 Food City 20th Anniversary of the Food City 500 at Bristol

Two 8.5"x11" sheets of six cards each. Here are the fronts and backs of both sheets:

Sheet #1:

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Sheet #2:

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BTW, that was JJ card number 1298 and I have #1299 and #1300 on the way through trades on TCDB. Both are nice cards too. One is a MEM card and one is an AWESOME 1/1 plate. Updates coming soon on the goal to hit 1300!!!
Sweet Stuff
Thanks Mark. I can't believe no one else commented on the set.
(08-30-2018, 10:56 PM)spazmatastic Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks Mark. I can't believe no one else commented on the set.
I thought i made a comment about this...i must not have hit the post button...

So, do they need to be cut out, or are there perforations? I see lines, but you obviously have an individual card, right? It looks like the edges are perfect from your picture, but they are not die cut,or are they?
(09-01-2018, 10:54 AM)dunnere Wrote: [ -> ]I thought i made a comment about this...i must not have hit the post button...

So, do they need to be cut out, or are there perforations? I see lines, but you obviously have an individual card, right? It looks like the edges are perfect from your picture, but they are not die cut,or are they?
They are perforated. In the scans you can barely see the lines in the black areas on the backs. They are not die-cut. They are rectangular and standard-sized.