Really glad to see this article, as we are talking about my beloved set of Look N See cards. I wonder where the information came from? I know that bits and pieces of what took place at Topps has accumulated over the years, but much as not been really clarified. For those of you who would like to see that uncut sheet (which by the way it shows the single high number prints on the bottom of the sheet), here is the tag for viewing on the net.
For those that care, the key to truly collecting this set in graded high condition is the population report that exists with PSA. Although I know the good folks at SGC from their setting up each year at our National, I am not sure how they keep track of graded items. But, PSA does maintain that POP report and it is amazing how rare some triple prints can be i.e. #100 Beaverbrook. All in all we share the same love of the non sport creations made decades ago without any forsight of how much of an impact they would still have long after the gum rotted.
For those of you that saw my thread about the "room" of vintage non sport cards at Topps in NY, I will be back for a visit in Jan and hope to have picture to show.
Have a wonderful holiday and keep the passion.