As you can see, a 2011 Ginter Code card is a base card with some squirrelly designs on the corners that can be put together with other Code cards to make little four-leaf clover designs. What this has to do with anything, who the hell knows. If you're really really interested in this thing, The Topps Archives Blog have a Ginter Code Cheatsheet up. Anyone compiling code images may freely swipe, steal, borrow, pilfer, purloin, filch, gank, abscond, share or yoink this image for your compilation. There's also an official Ginter Code Twitter twooter up, which so far reminds me of that Chieftan Mews character that was posting around the time Radiohead's The King Of Limbs was released. Just, you know, less helpful. Here's a scan of the back because all the crooked sellers refuse to show the back BECAUSE ZOMG THERE'S A CODE!!! AND YOU FREELOADERS ARE TAKING MONEYZ RIGHT OUT OF MY POOR CHRILDENS POCKETS BY STEALING IMAGES OF MAH CARDS WITH YOUR EYEBALLS YOU BUY NOW NO MONEY NO LOOKEE NO COMBINED SHIPPING NO REFUNDS
Yeah, There's a whole lotta nothin on the back. There is a code however: the same Topps Card Code that they have put on the back of every single card they've printed the past couple of years. EBay sellers? Deceptive? Couldn't be. I have a handful of these and as I pull them I'll post them free of charge. Us freeloaders gotta stick together.