The two cards I've got today are of infielder Jerry Kindall.
Both cards make mention of the fact that Kendall was signed as a bonus baby out of the University of Minnesota. The 1962 card adds another very interesting line...."He took over as the Cubs' shortstop when Banks moved to the outfield last spring."
..."when Banks moved to the outfield last spring."
I had never heard anything about Ernie playing the outfield. When I started following the Cubs, Ernie was at the end of his career and was the first baseman. That's all I ever knew him as, though I was aware that he used to play shortstop.
I went to Baseballrefernce to see how much action in the outfield Ernie saw. Turns out he played 23 games as a left-fielder in late May and early June, 1961. He then spent a week at first base before returning to shortstop for the rest of the season.
In 1962 he took over as the Cubs first baseman and stayed there for the rest of his career. Those 23 games in left field in 1961 were the only games he ever played as an outfielder. He never really moved to the outfield.
So the Post cards have repeat pictures and errors in the write-ups.
That doesn't sound like any other card company we know and love, does it??