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There is also an 8 card set from the Australian DVD & videos . I dont think there is a difference between them . Dam I will have to pull apart my x-files room to find out now. I am missing the last 4 cards from them US set. I have i few spares if anyone wants to trade


I can sympathize with you on that. I would like to see an image if there is any noticible difference in them though. I'm still trying to chase down cards v31 thru v37 on the US VHS set and have had absolutely no luck in tracking down any more of the DVD variants.
I wonder how many interational variations were made, assuming that Tattoox's Korean cards are not printed in English.
 
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There is also an 8 card set from the Australian DVD & videos . I dont think there is a difference between them . Dam I will have to pull apart my x-files room to find out now. I am missing the last 4 cards from them US set. I have i few spares if anyone wants to trade


I can sympathize with you on that. I would like to see an image if there is any noticible difference in them though. I'm still trying to chase down cards v31 thru v37 on the US VHS set and have had absolutely no luck in tracking down any more of the DVD variants.
I wonder how many interational variations were made, assuming that Tattoox's Korean cards are not printed in English.


OK all the cards are the same , well the ones I can compare are the same as I havent opened all my dvds & videos, only a few. I will try to find images of the cards for you to see.
 
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I have a ton of these in box somewhere.
 
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There is also an 8 card set from the Australian DVD & videos . I dont think there is a difference between them . Dam I will have to pull apart my x-files room to find out now. I am missing the last 4 cards from them US set. I have i few spares if anyone wants to trade


I can sympathize with you on that. I would like to see an image if there is any noticible difference in them though. I'm still trying to chase down cards v31 thru v37 on the US VHS set and have had absolutely no luck in tracking down any more of the DVD variants.
I wonder how many interational variations were made, assuming that Tattoox's Korean cards are not printed in English.



I've said for years that I've forgot more about X-Files collecting than most will ever know.

I just pulled out my album of XF video cards and can't remember where they all came from.

I Korean cards are in English and slightly larger than business cards.

Of my European VHS/DVD cards I have 3 from Germany and 3 from Mexico in German and Spanish.

I have 3 duplicates in one sleeve that I'm not sure where they came from, but all 3 are one thinner stock and 2 of them are slightly larger than all the others.

Found 4 that where put a few sleeves further back in the album. Don't know why I did that, but the format on the backs are slightly different.

So, in addition to those 10, I have 11 from Europe.

Then there's the 8 cards (postcard size) from an exclusive UK VHS release.

8 cards approx. 7x4 that I think came from Australia. Then 4 of those were also in a set from France in French.

A couple of DVD cards from US DVDs.

And there's various cards in the album that match some of the video cards, like bookmarks. Cards for Playstation and computer games.

Oh, I just found a 3 cards dvd set that I have no idea where it come from.

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I've said for years that I've forgot more about X-Files collecting than most will ever know.


Wow, that is impressive. It sounds like there are a few cards from each country where any of the tapes and discs were sold. Makes me think that there should be some French and Japanese versions out there somewhere as well.

I doubt that I will try to actively pursue the foreign cards, but if you decide to part with any of them (as unlikely as that may be Smile ) I would be interested in hearing about it.
 
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I've said for years that I've forgot more about X-Files collecting than most will ever know.


Wow, that is impressive. It sounds like there are a few cards from each country where any of the tapes and discs were sold. Makes me think that there should be some French and Japanese versions out there somewhere as well.

I doubt that I will try to actively pursue the foreign cards, but if you decide to part with any of them (as unlikely as that may be Smile ) I would be interested in hearing about it.


I said that that one set is in French. The smaller cards I've only found in German and Spanish. Interesting story. I bought those cards from Germany, and assumed the Spanish ones came from Spain. I was wrong. The seller told me they lived in Mexico for two years. That card had a long journey.

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I said that that one set is in French.


Ah, yes. Well, somedays I read faster than I comprehend. Sorry I missed the line about the French cards. Smile The story about the Spanish card is interesting though. I wouldn't have expected that either.
 
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There was also the cards in the were in the X-Files videos available from WH Smiths. These were more postcard sized and I think there was only eight in total (2 per video) and numbered 1A, 1B up to 4B.

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There was also the cards in the were in the X-Files videos available from WH Smiths. These were more postcard sized and I think there was only eight in total (2 per video) and numbered 1A, 1B up to 4B.



Yes, that's the one I mentioned as the UK box set.

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There is also an 8 card set from the Australian DVD & videos . I dont think there is a difference between them . Dam I will have to pull apart my x-files room to find out now. I am missing the last 4 cards from them US set. I have i few spares if anyone wants to trade


I can sympathize with you on that. I would like to see an image if there is any noticible difference in them though. I'm still trying to chase down cards v31 thru v37 on the US VHS set and have had absolutely no luck in tracking down any more of the DVD variants.
I wonder how many interational variations were made, assuming that Tattoox's Korean cards are not printed in English.


I have extra's of most of the US version. I don't have a V37 but do have V31 thru V36. I can trade.
 
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I have extra's of most of the US version. I don't have a V37 but do have V31 thru V36. I can trade.


I would like to thank John for helping me complete my set of the VHS cards. He was quite generous! Clap

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I have extra's of most of the US version. I don't have a V37 but do have V31 thru V36. I can trade.


I would like to thank John for helping me complete my set of the VHS cards. He was quite generous! Clap


bumped to thank John
 
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