Re: Fathers...Know your kids baseball card collection??
The last major error of this magnitude in the trading card industry happened in 1989, when a Fleer card featuring Billy Ripken was released that carried an obscenity clearly written on the knob of the bat Ripken was holding. Fleer's attempted cover-up created more than six versions of that card, but the original remained the hottest property, selling for hundreds of dollars at the time. Today, that card can be had for $5.
Prospectors should pay particular attention to that last sentence. Closets across America are filled with baseball cards that cost too much when purchased in the late 80s and are almost worthless today.
Help stamp out, eliminate, and do away with redundancy.