David, I am unaware as to how the blank back promos were distributed. I got them at least 8 years ago. The ones I have are numbered 17 thru 30. with respect to the "regular" toy cards, the highest number I have is 61 but I'm missing many in between.
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Numbers 1 thru 30 are from the first series of JP action figures in 1993 and have a red border and feature an artistic image. The JP action figures from series 2 of the same year (1993) continued the card set but have blue borders and features photo images from the movie. The highest card number I have is 67, but there could be more. I'm missing quite a few from the series 2. tiggerhouse
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I haven't seen the the blank-backed ones. I have seen German ones, French and English (Canadian toys), and even a card that had French, Dutch, and German text. I have seen a couple of cards from the UK release. The backer card for the toy is different from the American one but the cards appear to be the same. One or more might have a spelling difference for a word like "color" or "specter."
Originally posted by dpolis: Hi,
I was wondering if anybody knows which languages these cards came in?
Copying info from another thread...There are 30 cards from Series 1 (numbered 1 thru 30) and 29 cards from series 2 (numbered 31 thru 67). Card numbers 35, 38, 46, 48, 49, 58, 59 and 60 from Series 2 were never released. There are also 4 miniature cards found in Jurassic Park Camoxtreme from Hasbro. That post also provided a link to a site showing all the cards in both sets but a Hasbro set:
The back looks weird because it must've been photographed at a different setting (different day?) than the front. I pulled the two views from a listing on "the bay" and had to size the back down to show it side-by-side with the front but that left the text looking distorted. Anyway, you get the picture.
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