Another card that's difficult for collectors to track down in flawless form is Orr's 1968-69 O-Pee-Chee card (#2). This single is the third card in the bottom row of the 1st-Series sheet.
It's miscut on the left side and on the bottom of the card. On the bottom left corner, there's excess cardboard and there are centering problems.
The 1968-69 Orr #2 is notoriously difficult to find in high-grade condition because of its poor centering.
Because of the number of the card, it was at the top of the deck. The cards at the top received more abuse than the ones in the middle.
The toughest part about collecting some of the early Orr cards is finding all of the scarce oddball and insert cards and stamps.
These had smaller production numbers than the regular issue Topps and O-Pee-Chee cards, and because many of these were stamps, they were often taped or glued into collector books.
The 1969-1970 O-Pee-Chee double stamp is one such item. The double stamp is, by far, the hardest item to find.
One of 22 pairs of stamps distributed in 1st-Series packs of 1969-1970 O-Pee-Chee cards, Orr was issued in tandem with Minnesota North Stars forward Ray Cullen.
Finding a double stamp that hasn't been torn apart, that hasn't been stuck anywhere, is very difficult. People would pull them apart and stick them on the back of the cards.