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Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier

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Post by sabrjay Sun Dec 16, 2007 8:55 pm

Thanks to Kevin Saucier for providing these.


Kevin calls this one a work of art. This card once had a rebuilt
right bottom corner and a trimmed right edge and bottom edge to blend
the added stock. The rebuilt plug type stock was removed and the
trimmed edges restored to look like vintage cuts, tone and wear from
that era. It is doctored or one can say undoctored.

Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier 1911moran


a 1952 Bowman that has had the ink removed from the front


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier 1952blankfront


1964 Topps giant Yaz ghost image


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier 64yaz


r316 ghost image


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier GhostR316


Batter Up ghost


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Ghostbatterup


t206 Bell with the named and team removed


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier T206bell


t206 ghost


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier T206ghost


and another t206 ghost


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier T206ghost2


"missing ink"


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Ghostcard



The "o" has been removed from "Toronto"


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Toront


an overprinted added


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Overprint


Here are some blank flips, slabs and blank stock t205s and t206s


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Blanks


A "Shappe" creation. Kevin wonders why everyone doesn't have one Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Wink2


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier T206shappe


e121 ghost image


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier E121ghost


blank fronts for t206, m116 and Pirate cigarettes


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Blankfrontgroup


a cracked slab with the frosting buffed out


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Slabblankoi1


legit PSA flips with various amounts of ink removed from them


Various altered cards by Kevin Saucier Flips2zl0

Photography type cards should not be immersed or they will spider
web and/or crack. It is very difficult to remove certain stains, marks
etc. On photo cards and I would not recommend doing anything to them
with the limited knowledge I can give. Something that has worked once
before on pen ink is diluted hair spray on a cottom swab, damp but not
wet. It should be gently dabbed or rolled...never rubbed. It's a huge
risk and again, I would not recommend doing it unless you are sure it
can be done without having a negative effect on the card surface.
I have tried this once on a photo card and it worked but did not completely remove all the ink and it still had an indentation.

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