I don't remember the listing now, but last week there was a listing for a T202 end panel (I seem to recall it was a Cub) and it wasn't even authentic. If you're already going to pass off a reprint as an original, at least use the whole card!
I suppose the angle to understanding it is that someone wanted an authentic period card of Cobb and this was a cheap option, even at $100+. I recently had a similar internal discussion as I need a budget T-sized Joe Wood card, but in the end, I decided I couldn't call a T202 end panel a card and am going to wait for an M101-4/5.
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OMG! This could start a new trend where people buy different panels and put them together in what ever order they wish. Could you imagine, a double ended Ty Cobb with a Ty Cobb spikes flying center for a T202? Wow, imagine the possibilities.... someone should email this A-hole and tell him he should modify his descrption and tell everyone that this is an end panel of a T202. I wonder if the seller would be good enough to do that?