Originally Posted by WCTYSON
During a press run, sheets are pulled from the front of the press to check for quality issues. These sheets are often tossed into bins for recycling after a job is completed. If someone from the recycling company wanted to just take those sheets, then I do not think they belong to the printing company or Topps at that point. Same thing as when you place your trash at the curb. Not sure there is anything stopping someone from taking whatever they want from the refuse.
That is true and a good point.
Still, one would think there should be instruction to shred them.
Wondering if the calling/writing the auction house could at least clear up the provenance.
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