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    2012 strata

    while adding some cards i came across the 2012
    cards that clearly have different thicknesses is that
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    a common thing.

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    I believe thicker is hobby, whereas thinner is retail. If we are talking about same card (and/or card #). Sometimes even the picture on the front is different, maybe not with Strata necessarily but with some other brands around that time.
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    i dont see any differenes.
    in the first pic the the three cards are on the top .
    in the second pic the thick is on the bottom.




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    nbs your right about the pics, i found one different.
    on all the other ones the pics the same on the thick and thin
    cards. the rookie card is the one with the different pic.


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    It's retail vs hobby. Retail is thinner card stock.

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