Rosary Dot Matrix Info:
Cobb/Edwards Honus Wagner t206 card is made up of the same printing method of the early 1900?s post cards below. This kind of printing is called offset 4 color lithograph printing. This kind of printing was first introduced in the printing industry in 1875. Notice the same kind of print pattern on the Cobb/Edwards card and the 2 post cards that date back to 1906 & 1909. There is a chart below to point out offset print letters and the Rosary dot matrix print. See all the images below:
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- 1a-Rosary Dot Matrix print.
- 1b-Offset print, three colors.
- 1c-Absent of Black ink, that’s why there isn’t any pin strip border around the cards photo and the card having blue eyes. Print error…
- 1d-Card is of one stock factory bonded paper. Not sandwiched.