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Beanie Baby

9 card set untitled but photographs of TY Beanie Baby toys. Issued about the beginning of 1998 by CMI. . They are as follows:-
P1 Garcia
P2 Lefty
P3 Caw
P4 Hoot
P5 Mystic
P6 Inch
P7 Goldie
P8 Hoppity
P9 Large group of beanies

Each card features a photograph either side with a larger one on the front. The back gives brief detail of the numbers made, the actual birth date of the beanie and its retirement date. The P9 card also advertises that Beanie Baby trading cards will be available from Valentine's Day '98.

Prior to the introduction of the official Beanie Baby trading cards by TY other issuers were producing cards. The TY group did prevent some from circulating but not all. These cards may have had some form of official sanction as the TY logo on the Beanie is quite prominent.

A couple of images:-

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Some more cards found in one of my Promo Card Binders I am sorting out.

This time a set of 9 cards featuring character images probably from the animation film Open Season. Copyright date of 2006 shown along with Sony Pictures Inc. The cards have perforated edges (some with two others with three) and measure 3½ x 2½ inches. There is also an additional smaller card that measures 2½ x 1¾ inches. I have two sorts of these smaller cards, one states "Sony Pictures Animation" and the other "Open Season". I presume the cards were attached to each other but all of mine have been separated. The backs are black and are magnetic.

The nine separate character images are:-
Buddy
Deni & Serge
Elliot & Boog
Giselle
McSquizzy
Mr Weenie
Rabbits
Reilly
Rosie & Maria

Herewith some images:-

Card Size
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Smaller Size 1
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Smaller Size 2
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John

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I have a Evil Ernie II Sweepstakes entry card on one side and on the other it promotes other products from Krome Productions. It dates from 1995 and I suspect that it was inserted in packs/boxes of cards but what I don't know

Front
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Back
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John

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That Evil Ernie sweepstakes card was in every pack of EVIL ERNIE II. I have a ton of them.
 
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Many thanks I knew someone would know of its origins.

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Good Afternoon

Page 141 of the 2008 PCE has an entry for Star Wars "The Power of the Force" (POTF) being an unnumbered card of Luke Skywalker issued by Kenner in 1995. I have another nine cards and to my surprise when I carried out a search on CardTalk to see if there were any updates I discovered that btlfannz on CardTalk had previously enquired about additional cards in 2015. The query was answered by Allender who gave as an answer a link to a website which I have updated to [URL=http://www.andydukes.co.uk/am.htm ]http://www.andydukes.co.uk/am.htm [/URL] which lists 25 cards for Star Wars including images of the cards and the packaging. On the front of the card the main differences between the two series are the titles "Star Wars" or "Action Masters" (AM) in the top left corner and how the character name is shown. The backs have more obvious differences.

Between the 25 cards, 10 of them are for POTF and the remaining 15 cards are for AM (see page 6 of the 2008 PCE for this entry). The cards are also numbered using an 8 character number. Be careful of the checklist further down the webpage as it shows the wrong group title for the first four POTF cards that are pictured. To create the two checklists below I have taken the information from the cards themselves. Note the above website merges the other Kenner Star Wars cards that were issued the previous year under "Action Masters" . 9 of the images are used for both series albeit with some minor changes and the Chewbacca card has the image reversed. The 10th card Obi-Wan Kenobi uses different images.

The 10 Star Wars "The Power of the Force" (POTF ) cards and their numbers are:-
523290.00 Han Solo
523291.00 Chewbacca
523292.00 Stormtrooper
523293.00 Boba Fett
523294.00 Darth Vader
523295.00 Luke Skywalker
523296.00 Princess Leia Organa
523297.00 Obi-Wan Kenobi
523298.00 R2-D2
523299.00 C-3P0
Additionally these cards state that they are printed in Hong Kong.

The 15 Star Wars "Action Masters" (AM) cards and their numbers are:-
509218-01 Darth Vader (new image)
509221-01 Luke Skywalker (new image)
509223-01 C-3P0 (new image)
509225-01 R2-D2
509227-01 Stormtrooper (new image)
509996-00 Darth Vader
509997-00 Stormtrooper
509998-00 Boba Fett
511819-00 Princess Leia Organa
511820-00 Obi-Wan Kenobi
511821-00 Han Solo
515859-00 Chewbacca
515860-00 Luke Skywalker
515861-00 C-3P0
515862-00 R2-D2 (new image)
These cards give no indication of where they were printed.

In addition I believe the PCE entry for the non Star Wars "Action Masters" cards should be amended to read as follows:-

509201-01 "T-800" (Terminator II)
509203-01 "T-1000" (Terminator II)
509206-01 "Predator" (Predator)
509209-01 "Queen Alien" (Aliens)
509968-01 "Lt. Ellen Ripley" (Aliens)
509969-01 "Face Hugger and Egg" (Aliens)
509970-01 "Classic Alien" (Aliens)

The following three cards should be in a separate entry of their own as they are the only cards to state SkyBox on their backs despite what the PCE entry shows. I believe it is misleading to keep the PCE list as it is as there appears to be no indication at all that the above 22 cards which show "Action Masters" have any visible ties to SkyBox

509212/AM1 "Batman" (SkyBox)
509215/AM2 "Catwoman" (SkyBox)
509230/AM3 "Legends of Batman" (SkyBox)
Note that the above three cards feature animated images whereas all the other images are real life images and they have two lots of numbering and also show a large DC logo on the front.

Lastly the entry on page 6 for "Action Masters" also has the following two cards listed:-
n.n. "Batman"
n.n. "Legends: Batman"

I think these should be omitted as they are probably the same as AM1 and AM2 mentioned above unless of course someone knows different.

regards

John

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Good Evening

I have the following three cards:-

A Sports Time Inc club membership enrolment card which I consider promotes the card company - was this card issued with their card packs? I think it should be classed as a promo.

A Team GK card which promotes a comic book - I have no idea how this was distributed. Again I would class this as a promo.

A PetCare Happy Tails card which appears to promote a book range - is this card part of a series and was it issued with the books? Another promo?

The images are as follows:-

Sports Time Front
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Sports Time Back
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Team GK Front
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Team GK Back
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PetCare Front
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PetCare Back
[IMG:left] [/IMG]

Any input would be welcome.

regards

John

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I have been looking at your entry for the David J Hunter Infantry Regimental Colours promo cards and I can expand the number of cards to 20 as well as indicate which issue of Card Collects News (CCN) the cards were issued in, According to LCCC (the publishers of CCN) these promo cards are exclusively produced for them. In addition I can confirm that the sets advertised on the backs are not repeated, several regiments have more than one set of cards issued due to the number of regimental colours for that regiment. The cards were issued between 2004 and 2013.

INFANTRY REGIMENTAL COLOURS (no year) David J. Hunter. 20-card set; inserted in UK dealer magazine Card Collectors News (CCN); artwork of various UK Army Colours (standards); 79mm x 62mm; backs list six recently issued trade card series. These Advertisement/Promotional Cards are exclusively produced for the London Cigarette Card Co Ltd. whose contact details are shown on the back ...$1-2 each
n.n. "Regimental Colour 3rd Battalion The 1st Regiment of Foot c.1815" issued in CCN August 2004
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 70th (The Surrey) Regiment of Foot 1867-1945" issued in CCN December 2004
n.n. "Regimental Colour 5th Battalion The Welch Regiment 1960-1974" issued in CCN June 2005
n.n. "Royal Colour Royal London Militia (Later 4th Battalion) 1854-1873" issued in CCN December 2005
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot c.1821" issued in CCN June 2006
n.n. "Regimental Colour 2nd Battalion The Black Watch 1937-1956" issued in CCN November 2006
n.n. "Assaye Colour 2nd Battalion The Highland Light Infantry 1930-1948" issued in CCN July 2007
n.n. "Regimental Colour Royal Cornwall Militia Later 3rd battalion c.1799-1810" issued in CCN November 2007
n.n. "Regimental Colour 42 Commando The Royal Marines 1968-2001" issued in CCN May 2008
n.n. "Regimental Colour The Royal Merioneth Militia later 4th (Militia) Battalion 1807-1853" issued in CCN October 2008
n.n. "Lt. Colonel's Colour (King's Colour 2nd Battalion) Grenadier Guards c.1821" issued in CCN February 2009
n.n. "Queen's Colour 1st Battalion Scots Guards Presented 1964" issued in CCN May 2009
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 26th (Cameronians) Regiment of Foot 1862-1882" issued in CCN October 2009
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 13th (1st Somersetshire)(Prince Albert's Regiment of Light Infantry) 1864-1962" issued in CCN May 2010
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 83rd (County of Dublin) Regiment of Foot 1867-1881" issued in CCN October 2010
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 23rd (Royal Welsh Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot c.1899" issued in CCN May 2011
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot, The Black Watch 1871-1947" issued in CCN October 2011
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 31st Lancashire Rifle Volunteers Later 10th Battalion The Manchester Regiment" issued in CCN May 2012
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 2/79th (Cameron Highlanders) Regiment of Foot c.1815" issued in CCN October 2012
n.n. "Regimental Colour 17th Battalion The Parachute Regiment 1952-1970" issued in CCN May 2013
**Note in total 123 individual sets of Infantry Regimental Colours have been issued in this series although only 120 are listed on the backs of the cards listed above. The additional 3 sets were issued to correct sets that had errors in them.

regards

John

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John, that is a fantastic update.

Jess
 
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Jess

Way back on 19th April 2015 you posted the following entry

"Boxing Greats (no year) Ideal Albums Ltd.
14 "Jack Johnson"...$4-5."

I can add that there is a card No 6 Jack Dempsey by the artist John Wallace see signature on the front of the image who may well have been responsible for the entire set as he was also the artist for card 14. I have got a review of the set in a magazine that is dated August 1991 so I suspect that the promo cards were issued prior to that. I am still researching that aspect. I enclose below images front and back of both Nos 6 and 14.

No 6 Front
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No 6 Back
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No 14 Front
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No 14 Back
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I recently acquired both cards for 50 pence plus £1.30 postage which I consider a bargain.

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That's a great deal, John. Those cards are not often for sale. I had a shot at a Jack Johnson card two years ago. I thought I was safe with a $4 maximum bid because one had sold for #2-3 before that but someone outbid me at the end.

Jess
 
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Subsequent to my previous post I have discovered that Ideal Albums company only ever released the one card set as in September 1991 it was announced in the Card Times magazine that the company was to cease trading.

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John

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Hi John,

I thought I'd add a scan of one of the Infantry Regimental Colour" promos. This one is for "Regimental Colour The Royal Merioneth Militia later 4th (Militia) Battalion 1807-1853" from 2008.





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Catskilleagle

I have been looking at your entry for the David J Hunter Infantry Regimental Colours promo cards and I can expand the number of cards to 20 as well as indicate which issue of Card Collects News (CCN) the cards were issued in, According to LCCC (the publishers of CCN) these promo cards are exclusively produced for them. In addition I can confirm that the sets advertised on the backs are not repeated, several regiments have more than one set of cards issued due to the number of regimental colours for that regiment. The cards were issued between 2004 and 2013.

INFANTRY REGIMENTAL COLOURS (no year) David J. Hunter. 20-card set; inserted in UK dealer magazine Card Collectors News (CCN); artwork of various UK Army Colours (standards); 79mm x 62mm; backs list six recently issued trade card series. These Advertisement/Promotional Cards are exclusively produced for the London Cigarette Card Co Ltd. whose contact details are shown on the back ...$1-2 each
n.n. "Regimental Colour 3rd Battalion The 1st Regiment of Foot c.1815" issued in CCN August 2004
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 70th (The Surrey) Regiment of Foot 1867-1945" issued in CCN December 2004
n.n. "Regimental Colour 5th Battalion The Welch Regiment 1960-1974" issued in CCN June 2005
n.n. "Royal Colour Royal London Militia (Later 4th Battalion) 1854-1873" issued in CCN December 2005
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot c.1821" issued in CCN June 2006
n.n. "Regimental Colour 2nd Battalion The Black Watch 1937-1956" issued in CCN November 2006
n.n. "Assaye Colour 2nd Battalion The Highland Light Infantry 1930-1948" issued in CCN July 2007
n.n. "Regimental Colour Royal Cornwall Militia Later 3rd battalion c.1799-1810" issued in CCN November 2007
n.n. "Regimental Colour 42 Commando The Royal Marines 1968-2001" issued in CCN May 2008
n.n. "Regimental Colour The Royal Merioneth Militia later 4th (Militia) Battalion 1807-1853" issued in CCN October 2008
n.n. "Lt. Colonel's Colour (King's Colour 2nd Battalion) Grenadier Guards c.1821" issued in CCN February 2009
n.n. "Queen's Colour 1st Battalion Scots Guards Presented 1964" issued in CCN May 2009
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 26th (Cameronians) Regiment of Foot 1862-1882" issued in CCN October 2009
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 13th (1st Somersetshire)(Prince Albert's Regiment of Light Infantry) 1864-1962" issued in CCN May 2010
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 83rd (County of Dublin) Regiment of Foot 1867-1881" issued in CCN October 2010
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 23rd (Royal Welsh Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot c.1899" issued in CCN May 2011
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot, The Black Watch 1871-1947" issued in CCN October 2011
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 31st Lancashire Rifle Volunteers Later 10th Battalion The Manchester Regiment" issued in CCN May 2012
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 2/79th (Cameron Highlanders) Regiment of Foot c.1815" issued in CCN October 2012
n.n. "Regimental Colour 17th Battalion The Parachute Regiment 1952-1970" issued in CCN May 2013
**Note in total 123 individual sets of Infantry Regimental Colours have been issued in this series although only 120 are listed on the backs of the cards listed above. The additional 3 sets were issued to correct sets that had errors in them.

regards

John
 
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Let me know if you need scans of any others as I have all 20 front and back.

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John

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Hi John,

I thought I'd add a scan of one of the Infantry Regimental Colour" promos. This one is for "Regimental Colour The Royal Merioneth Militia later 4th (Militia) Battalion 1807-1853" from 2008.





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Originally posted by JOHN LEVITT:
Catskilleagle

I have been looking at your entry for the David J Hunter Infantry Regimental Colours promo cards and I can expand the number of cards to 20 as well as indicate which issue of Card Collects News (CCN) the cards were issued in, According to LCCC (the publishers of CCN) these promo cards are exclusively produced for them. In addition I can confirm that the sets advertised on the backs are not repeated, several regiments have more than one set of cards issued due to the number of regimental colours for that regiment. The cards were issued between 2004 and 2013.

INFANTRY REGIMENTAL COLOURS (no year) David J. Hunter. 20-card set; inserted in UK dealer magazine Card Collectors News (CCN); artwork of various UK Army Colours (standards); 79mm x 62mm; backs list six recently issued trade card series. These Advertisement/Promotional Cards are exclusively produced for the London Cigarette Card Co Ltd. whose contact details are shown on the back ...$1-2 each
n.n. "Regimental Colour 3rd Battalion The 1st Regiment of Foot c.1815" issued in CCN August 2004
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 70th (The Surrey) Regiment of Foot 1867-1945" issued in CCN December 2004
n.n. "Regimental Colour 5th Battalion The Welch Regiment 1960-1974" issued in CCN June 2005
n.n. "Royal Colour Royal London Militia (Later 4th Battalion) 1854-1873" issued in CCN December 2005
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 28th (North Gloucestershire) Regiment of Foot c.1821" issued in CCN June 2006
n.n. "Regimental Colour 2nd Battalion The Black Watch 1937-1956" issued in CCN November 2006
n.n. "Assaye Colour 2nd Battalion The Highland Light Infantry 1930-1948" issued in CCN July 2007
n.n. "Regimental Colour Royal Cornwall Militia Later 3rd battalion c.1799-1810" issued in CCN November 2007
n.n. "Regimental Colour 42 Commando The Royal Marines 1968-2001" issued in CCN May 2008
n.n. "Regimental Colour The Royal Merioneth Militia later 4th (Militia) Battalion 1807-1853" issued in CCN October 2008
n.n. "Lt. Colonel's Colour (King's Colour 2nd Battalion) Grenadier Guards c.1821" issued in CCN February 2009
n.n. "Queen's Colour 1st Battalion Scots Guards Presented 1964" issued in CCN May 2009
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 26th (Cameronians) Regiment of Foot 1862-1882" issued in CCN October 2009
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 13th (1st Somersetshire)(Prince Albert's Regiment of Light Infantry) 1864-1962" issued in CCN May 2010
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 83rd (County of Dublin) Regiment of Foot 1867-1881" issued in CCN October 2010
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 23rd (Royal Welsh Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot c.1899" issued in CCN May 2011
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot, The Black Watch 1871-1947" issued in CCN October 2011
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 31st Lancashire Rifle Volunteers Later 10th Battalion The Manchester Regiment" issued in CCN May 2012
n.n. "Regimental Colour The 2/79th (Cameron Highlanders) Regiment of Foot c.1815" issued in CCN October 2012
n.n. "Regimental Colour 17th Battalion The Parachute Regiment 1952-1970" issued in CCN May 2013
**Note in total 123 individual sets of Infantry Regimental Colours have been issued in this series although only 120 are listed on the backs of the cards listed above. The additional 3 sets were issued to correct sets that had errors in them.

regards

John


Jess

As a matter of interest some of the original paintings for these cards will be sold by auction in early July by auctioneers Tim Davidson (Auctions) Ltd of Nottingham.

regards

John

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Thanks for all this great info. A lot of them I have documented since 2008, but there are some Ive not seen. Much appreciated.
 
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In addition to those cards I also found a blank Cards Inc. Sketch Card for 2000 A.D. and staying with the T's I can update Todd's entry for Thunderbirds entry on page 151 of the 2008 PCE in stating that the address shown on P1 is the Cards Inc Watford address, for P2 it is Paul Hart's address and for P3 the card states that is was issued with Thunderbird Magazine (which I believe is Issue 56 which does not bear a publication date.

See image below:-

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John


The 3-card set came out in 2001, and this book is from 2004. My guess is the cards the cover promises are a pack of Thunderbirds Are Go! movie cards.
 
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Shown under the "D's" by promoking was a listing for Destination Dinosaur as an addition. 15 names were shown which a have rearranged in alphabetical order which combined with the three listed in PCE means that there are at least two entries for every dinosaur other than the Dinosaur eggs and Tyrannosaurus. Are these different images or something else?

Destination Dinosaur- ADDITION: this is an 18 card set.
Allosaurus
Apatosaurus
Deinonychus
Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus
Dinosaur eggs
Parasaurolophus
Parasaurolophus
Protoceratops
Protoceratops
Pteranadon
Pteranodon
Triceratops
Triceratops
Tyrannosaurus
plus the three in PCE which are Allosaurus, Apatosaurus, Deinonychus

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John


John, can you provide any images, front and back, or any of these?
 
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Page 132 of the 2008 PCE has an entry for Spoof Comics, I have three additions for the listing. if needed I can post images.

The additions are as follows:-
n.n. Death Duel with the Vulgar!
No 7 "Oooh, my Spider-Hips are... Aaaaah..Tingling"

There is an entry that is listed as n.n. “Spider-Femme- Nothing...”
I have a Gold Prismatic Border card that has on the Nothing Can Stop... The Sandwitch! Is this the same card?

Page 110 of the 2008 PCE has an entry for Personality Comics
I have another entry n.n. Led Zeppelin

regards

John


I would like to see images of these if its not too much trouble. Got to see everything I document.
 
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Originally posted by JOHN LEVITT:
Shown under the "D's" by promoking was a listing for Destination Dinosaur as an addition. 15 names were shown which a have rearranged in alphabetical order which combined with the three listed in PCE means that there are at least two entries for every dinosaur other than the Dinosaur eggs and Tyrannosaurus. Are these different images or something else?

Destination Dinosaur- ADDITION: this is an 18 card set.
Allosaurus
Apatosaurus
Deinonychus
Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus
Dinosaur eggs
Parasaurolophus
Parasaurolophus
Protoceratops
Protoceratops
Pteranadon
Pteranodon
Triceratops
Triceratops
Tyrannosaurus
plus the three in PCE which are Allosaurus, Apatosaurus, Deinonychus

regards

John


John, can you provide any images, front and back, or any of these?



Sorry Todd I wish I could, I was merely trying to be subjective by asking the question of Promoking's entry in his updates whereby he added another 15 entries to the three you already had listed which when combined listed several entries twice. i.e. my question was "Are these different images or something else?"

looking back I don't seem to have got a response until now. My assumption is that two cards depicting the same dinosaur exist but with different images.

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John

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