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    First attempts at custom cards

    I recently got back into card collecting as well as doing some TTM autographs. I had pretty good success back in the early 90's simply by sending to team addresses. Below are some of my custom cards. I attempted to replicate actual card backs on a couple of them and made custom backs on the 50th anniversary cards. I also put a "autograph box" because of the dark photo. One question I have is, if you are creating customs for TTM do you make card backs or just fronts? Any comments or pointers welcome. Thanks.
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    Last edited by mgreco53; 02-25-2018 at 01:21 PM.

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    Awesome cards
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    great job.

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    To answer your question about the backs, if you want backs on the card, it's better to make them before sending them out TTM. I've had a lot of athletes sign the blank backs of cards I've sent to them over the years instead of the fronts as I intended.

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