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1948 leaf baseball
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Why are 1948 leaf baseball cards not on Beckett site?
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(08-07-2015, 10:29 PM)gadair1808 Wrote: Why are 1948 leaf baseball cards not on Beckett site?
Are you sure what you're asking about are 1948's??? I looked in my 2005 edition of Beckett's Almanac, and there are no 1948's listed, but there is a 1949 Leaf listing.
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(08-08-2015, 11:02 PM)bamyanks Wrote: Are you sure what you're asking about are 1948's??? I looked in my 2005 edition of Beckett's Almanac, and there are no 1948's listed, but there is a 1949 Leaf listing.
You are right I bought some cards from heritage auction last week and cards were listed as 1948 leaf. After reading your reply looked up the cards again and they are actually a 1948-49 set

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Ok, I probably would have thought all 1949, but it could be I suppose. I would be interested in seeing them if you scan front and backs. Thanks.
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#5
Psa lists as 48. Beckett is 49
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(08-13-2015, 11:13 PM)hiiimitalian989 Wrote: Psa lists as 48. Beckett is 49
That's communication.
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#7
SGC lists as 48-49 as the set was released over the course of the two years.

For instance there is a sweet Spahn like that but Beckett will not recognize it as a rookie card instead only the 48 Bowman like in my avatar.
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