Discussion Strange or Interesting AFL Photos

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magpienato

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Cant remember the exact story behind this, but it was floating around on one of the many Footy Jumper pages on Facebook and a bloke managed to get his hands on I believe it was a 1930's Tasmania State rep jumper. The condition is unbelievable for that time period. Gave me weird vibes from my NAFL entry this year
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Storm20

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That's an easy answer. When you heat press something, there is the possibility that the transfer does shrink even if it's only pressed for a second or two longer, or if the temperature has fluctuated slightly.
 

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I cant seem to find anything from a quick search but I remember seeing a Budget/Record for this on eBay a few times. Its from a 1995 or 1996 PS trial if Im not mistaken
 

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That's an easy answer. When you heat press something, there is the possibility that the transfer does shrink even if it's only pressed for a second or two longer, or if the temperature has fluctuated slightly.
I dunno - in this video you can see the unheated patch is still too small.


Could it be the Richmond design is scaled for size - so the larger the guernsey, the larger the logos are?
 

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