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(01-09-2013 11:47 PM)odditycards Wrote: I think that I don't see other Series II subset cards with the gold FOIL.
So just the oposite question maybe....WHY THE GOLD FOIL VERSION!
Just did a quick search for the 1994 Gold Signatures, and I didn't see any of the Series II Gold Foils....need to search a bit more...
Yup...I agree...way to early/late to be thinking right now!
(01-10-2013 06:41 AM)mickey7mantle7 Wrote: Ok, I'm confused...lol
(01-10-2013 06:30 AM)Troubless Wrote: The 94-95 Collector's Choice Gold Signature set is one I'm trying to complete. I already have a complete set of series one and I'm only missing 10 cards from series two. They all have the gold foil and I always thought that only the US cards had the gold foil and any of the European ones didn't. In trades I always want to make sure that I only get the ones with the gold foil as I have received some without in the past, and the senders always mentioned that they were US cards. So maybe there were 2 different versions in US boxes too...
Could it be a difference between retail and hobby boxes?
(01-11-2013 05:41 PM)taffster74 Wrote: I havea a feeling there's an unrecognized australiasian version of this set available. I never saw it here myself, but I think it was mainly distributed through New Zealand. That might explain the non-foil with only english text.
(01-15-2013 04:44 PM)taffster74 Wrote: I don't feel like digging the base us card out of my boxes (it's buried deep beneath four other boxes!), but it comes down to certain words. For example - American's have flavor, australians (and therefore all british subjects/colonies) spell it flavour. Or your might take specialization (US) which is spelt specialisation (BC - british commonwealth). small things like that. If you're familiar with the slight differences between american and canadian, they're the same with all british commonwealth's.