UPDATE: When I started, the black cards were more difficult to measure due to the dark art border being almost the same color as the dark card frame. This time, I've found that measuring down to the card art (usually a contrasting color) is much easier, and with the Swamps for additional comparison, I’ve had another look at the Drudge Skeletons that I had a little difficulty with before. I’d like to revise my claim. The misprint Drudge Skeletons is still 3rd edition, but I now believe the regular print Drudge Skeletons is also 3rd edition. The extra line around the Land art box was also messing with me a bit, but with more Lands to look at now, I believe I have it figured out. Dragsamou, you may want to edit your list of questions to show that a 3rd edition regular print exists, and that we haven’t seen a 4th edition one yet. I still believe a regular print 4th edition German Drudge Skeletons exists, but we’ll need a high quality scan to prove it.cataclysm80 wrote: The Drudge Skeletons on top is from 4th edition. The misprint Drudge Skeletons on bottom is 3rd edition. This one was more difficult. It turns out that the art border is larger on a Land than on the other cards, so I had to measure to the inner edge of the white card border instead of to the art box frame. We will need similar pictures of some German Swamps to finish solving whether the misprint is a Drudge Skeleton with Swamp picture, or a Swamp with Drudge Skeleton text.
With both a regular Drudge Skeletons & a regular Swamp and also a misprint in 3rd edition, it will be very difficult to determine whether the misprint was supposed to be a Swamp or a Drudge Skeletons since they are commons and multiple copies of each could be on the sheet, with only some of them being misprints. How to figure this out? Anyone seen an uncut sheet? (I’m not even sure if that would help.) I think that in Revised, the Lands were not printed all on one sheet as they were in 4th, so the Lands probably were not all located together when you opened a 3rd Edition Starter Deck.