I'm sure someone else has written about this but I'm way behind in my baseball card blog reading.
If you've seen enough older Topps cards (say prior to 1990) you know that there are sometimes small flaws in the cardboard stock, usually noticeable on the back of the card. For reasons only know to them, Topps has put little flaws on the backs of 2015 Topps Archives.
The last time I wrote about something like this was 2009 Topps 206. Remember these?
In the 1957 series cards there is a small white flaw near the bottom of the stat box. Every 1957 series card I have has this and, as near as I can tell, the faux flaw is in the exact same location on the card.
The faux flaw on the 1976 cards is a bit more subtle. Only the cards with a cartoon on the back have it.
I first noticed this on the 1983 series cards, where there are actually 3 faux flaws on every card.
Unlike the faux stains on 2009 Topps 206, which came near to ruining the whole set for me, this just amuses me. I call these faux flaws because they are not due to irregularities in the card stock, they were designed right into the card. They are pretty subtle and I'm sure the Topps design people had a lot of fun dreaming this up.
I looked at the 2014 Topps Archives cards I have and it doesn't look like Topps pulled this little joke in that set.