(05-13-2012 05:15 PM)odditycards Wrote: The holograms were issued in ALL Int'l languages, and were not distinguishable between languages (i.e. everything the same, even copywright info).
As for the 1994-95 explaination...here it goes...
I think that Beckett screwed up on the listings for Spanish.
French, German, Italian, and Spanish should be both series I (1-210) and Series II (211-420) with associated golds. There was also ANOTHER SPANISH SERIES II issued in the "Mexico" area that was Series II (#1-210) with associated golds (definitely 10x rarer than the normal #211-420 series).
Also, Japanese started to get really screwed up with numbering systems too and have two different series, similar to Spanish.
As far as we can tell, there were no Portuguese in the 94-95, and only for the 95-96/II.
All the fun!
(05-13-2012 05:20 PM)xstreaminsanity Wrote: So, for the hologram, what you're saying is that I need to collect 6 of the same card.
As for the Spanish part, that is really confusing. Thank you for that info. Now, let's see if I can find a #160 Hill BP. Highly doubt it. I'll forward this information to whomever I can to see what they say. Thanks.
(05-13-2012 05:29 PM)odditycards Wrote: No...collect only one of the holograms.
As for the Spanish, yes...there are 2 different issues for series II. I only have extras of the Jordan's at the moment. Never opened any of the "mexico" boxes.
I'll have to find my notes on the Japanese....they did the same thing with Series II in duplicating the series with different numbering.
Would be nice to get everything on this UD/UDCC/Fleer/Panini Internationals put together and straightened out once and for all!!!
(05-14-2012 07:14 PM)taffster74 Wrote: Oddity, did those cards cards come with the Jam Session console Games? I've never seem the otherwise.
(05-15-2012 09:11 AM)34jacobt Wrote: Hi
On ebay a guy i deal with a lot on foreign issue is leximo or leximo2. Pretty much all he deals with is oddball and foreign . he should be able to help