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Team issue glossy photo purchased from John G. 2nd Photo shows the two distinctly different 71 team issues. The picture pack version is printed on paper stock, non glossy and a lot larger than the glossy photo. (Much like the 1969 team issue which is actually a picture pack issue). You can see the size difference between the two and the facsimile autograph is not only slightly different but in a different location too.

Team issue glossy photo purchased from John G. 2nd Photo shows the two distinctly different 71 team issues. The picture pack version is printed on paper stock, non glossy and a lot larger than the glossy photo. (Much like the 1969 team issue which is actually a picture pack issue). You can see the size difference between the two and the facsimile autograph is not only slightly different but in a different location too.

Disc is from the retired Larry Emard (Duke of Disc-O) collection

Disc is from the retired Larry Emard (Duke of Disc-O) collection

**1 of 1** None higher. Only two were ever graded.

1 of 1, Only 1 Higher. Not sure why these are not counted towards the master set but the 1973 comics are? If anyone knows why please let me know.

Reportedly only 40 produced

The 1988 Star Silver cards are graded as "Silver Series" and also "Silver Edition". Centering issues and silver foil printing issues makes these tough to obtain in high grade. Only 2000 sets produced.

Reportedly only 100 produced

"Denotes led league" on the back has one and two asterisk variations

1 of 3 Gem Mint 10's that exist. No longer grading.

Hand cut from High gloss 4 card strip available in 1989. These strips can be hard to find.

Hand cut from High gloss 4 card strip available in 1989. These strips can be hard to find.

In addition to the Rookie stamp is the scarce "Earthquake Relief" Rookie stamp. There is also a 1989 "US Baseball Series 2" stamp that can be a slight challenge to locate.

In addition to the Rookie stamp is the scarce "Earthquake Relief" Rookie stamp. There is also a 1989 "US Baseball Series 2" stamp that can be a slight challenge to locate.

In addition to the Rookie stamp is the scarce "Earthquake Relief" Rookie stamp. There is also a 1989 "US Baseball Series 2" stamp that can be a slight challenge to locate.

Tough card, very condition sensitive edges

First one graded by PSA. Only 2 have currently been graded as of 4/27/18

First one graded by PSA. Only 2 have currently been graded as of 4/27/18

Low POP card when compared to the ones printed in the US.

The only early Star promo with stats on the back. Most are blank back. This one has stats with no card number

The only early Star promo with stats on the back. Most are blank back. This one has stats with no card number

1 of 1, the only card of this set for Ken Griffey Jr. to be graded a 10. Only 2000 sets produced

Two versions of this card. One photo is close up, the other is farther back showing more of Juniors body

Two versions of this card. One photo is close up, the other is farther back showing more of Juniors body