A Topps Archive is a reprint of the original.
I think te reprint is probably more modern than the 1999 one.
A Reprint is a card that is a reproduction of an original, usually more expensive card or set. Reprints are usually issued years after the original card was issued.
There are very minor differences between an original card & reprint card...getting the card grades by a top tiered grading company is your best bet to distinguish between the them...new & better reprints are being printed everyday & making it that much harder to tell any differences...
An exact reprint would not be protected, because there is no original expression.
Depending on the condition, between $45 and $75.
Nothing to about 10.00 for a reprint. It isn't original and an book merchant might buy it .
1997 Topps Mickey Mantle 1960 reprint 563The original Topps Mickey Mantle card number 563 was issued in 1960. In 1997 Topps issued a reprint of the 1960 Topps Mickey Mantle card.
Yes, thank you. I have a foil version of her original Legions print, and I also have her reprint from 10th edition.
The Reprint Society was created in 1939.
It is when you get someone's autograph, but it was just a copy of it so its not the original so in autograph collecting, they call it reprints, instead of copies.
Depends if it is an original or reprint. I suggest going to the local library and doing some research.
Augustan Reprint Society was created in 1946.
Make sure it is not a reprint, these are common, but an original can be worth 25.00 to 40.00. The condition is a factor, too.
The 1996 Topps Mantle Finest Refractors reads on the back: "Mickey Mantle Commemorative set card # of 19" it also has a copyright 1996 the Topps company inc. The other 1996 Topps cards have a set logo on the front. The 1991 Topps Archives reads archives on the back.
A card insert is the same as a reprint card.
It does not matter if you file with your original W2 or not. As long as you have a copy of the W2, that is all that is needed. If you file online, you do not even need to send your W2 in.
no you can not reprint it unless you had special permission but even then it would be fake.
It is very easy to reprint a comic book cover in its original size. You can take measurements on a ruler and then use the scale available on programs like Adobe Photoshop to create a print in exact same size.
=I think it can be purchased but I am not sure where and it will cost alot because it is old.==I hope I helped!=
on any reprint it will have the year it was reprintedon the back of the card is small type on the side or bottom. If its laminated, dead givaway its a reprint.
What's the value of a 1968 Nolan Ryan rookie reprint
Yes. The Hindenburg had swastikas on its vertical tail fins.I have a reprint of a picture of the Hindenburg with the Olympic rings and swastikas made from an original glass negative.
i looking for the same answer but what i found is $20 but if it was original it could be worth up to 125 thousand