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Jeff_O

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These came as the backing for 3 comics in a poly bag. The cards are numbered from 1-120; but they are numbered randomly. I have the 5 of the cards, if my calculation is correct there should be 15 cards to get the total of 120. Does any one have a checklist for all the cards?

DC Great 2-4-9-13-20-23-27-38 1987.jpg  DC Great 2-4-9-13-20-23-27-38b 1987.jpg  DC Great 6-10-19-21-26-35-39-47 1987.jpg  DC Great 6-10-19-21-26-35-39-47b 1987.jpg  DC Great 7-15-25-29-37-40-42-43 1987.jpg  DC Great 7-15-25-29-37-40-42-43b 1987.jpg  DC Great 8-14-18-24-32-41-44-45 1987.jpg  DC Great 8-14-18-24-32-41-44-45b 1987.jpg  DC Great 72-80-88-96-104-112-120-83 1987.jpg  DC Great 72-80-88-96-104-112-120-83b 1987.jpg

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There's a couple in this group that aren't on your pages:
https://www.comc.com/Cards/Non-Sports/1987/DC_Comics_Backing_Board_Cards_-_Base,sc,ot,i100

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These were released as 2 series. Cards 1-48 in 1987

http://non-sport.com/sets/11347

Then 49-120 in 1989

http://non-sport.com/sets/11348

The 2nd series were always a little tougher for me to find.

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Todd

Thanks for the info. I didn't know there were 2 releases but I did know the upper numbers are harder to find. I forgot to mention that I have cards 1-48 cut into individual cards.
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