Tuesday, January 14, 2020
How to Be Sure A Card is a Proof Card?
I did a search on ebay and COMC to see what was listed for Kellogg's proof cards. It seems that sellers assume that all blank-back cards must be proof cards. I have no idea, but I am guessing that they are not.
Others mention that the card is a proof card but there is nothing obvious to prove that fact. Does anyone have a better way to determine this?
I don't know much, but I've mentioned the Benanti Collection before because Beckett graded them and had them in some auctions about five years ago. There are currently a handful of 1970 Kellogg's football cards from these auctions on ebay/COMC. I'm still deciding if I want any of them.
BCG added the text "THE BENANTI COLLECTION" to the grading label. Does anyone have Benanti Collection cards or uncut sheets from those auctions?