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    Question about CE Manning card

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    I have 2 Collector's Edge First Place Peyton Manning cards. Both are exactly the same design/text-wise. One is a regular card, but the other one is thick and a little off center. Anyone have any idea what the thick card is since it doesn't seem to be listed per se?

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    https://www.comc.com/Cards,sr,i100,=...ning+first+135

    There seems to be several versions of card #135 if that's what you have.
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    Can you post a scan or picture of the Manning?
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    Can you post a scan or picture of the Manning?

    The scan won't pick up the thickness of the card. They both look exactly like this design/text-wise:

    https://www.comc.com/Cards/Football/...Manning/858236

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    one was a parallel, the thick one , it was designed to hide the GU/autos from being pilfered from the boxes, because the various thickness of the packs , I collected a lot of CE
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    one was a parallel, the thick one , it was designed to hide the GU/autos from being pilfered from the boxes, because the various thickness of the packs , I collected a lot of CE

    Now that makes sense! I assume the BV is the same or different because of the card's unique function?

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    Here is a link to the SCF inventory for Peyton Manning CE 1st place. I beleive the thicker ones are the "50 point" parallel. Thanks.

    https://www.sportscardforum.com/scf/...ueid/0/hide/0/
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    they are , there were many that varied from blank white cards to GJ/Auto/Gold ingots 50 point ect

    Here is a link to the SCF inventory for Peyton Manning CE 1st place. I beleive the thicker ones are the "50 point" parallel. Thanks.

    https://www.sportscardforum.com/scf/...ueid/0/hide/0/


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