Quick look: 1994 Topps Delino DeShields #102

19 Dec

With the exception of a few variations here and there, 1994 Topps is the last set to fix a handful of it’s mistakes. The most prominant one being #102 Delino DeShields. He can be found with his name and position in either red or yellow on front. A nice reminder of the 1969 Topps name variations.

4 Responses to “Quick look: 1994 Topps Delino DeShields #102”

  1. Bo March 1, 2010 at 7:22 am #

    These are great! Look forward to more!

  2. Eric March 23, 2010 at 11:01 am #

    Has anyone ever seen a version of a variation with the 1994 Topps Sloan Smith card, #748, that is similar to the Pat Watkins error with the missing copyright line on the back? I thought I saw one listed on eBay a few years ago, but I’ve never seen a listing for it and haven’t come across it since.

    • junkwaxgems May 18, 2010 at 1:01 pm #

      Hi Eric, I believe that Sloan’s card came without a print designation on back. A few of the Draft Picks had this issue but I think that the verdict was that it had never been corrected. Either that or they all didn’t have a copyright line. I had forgotten about this until recently and will begin the reinvestigation!

  3. steve whitzman April 3, 2011 at 6:16 am #

    Has anyone seen any ’94 Topps minus the letter designation on the reverse I have both #78 Rojas and #134
    Colburn with a “B” and missing the “B”


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