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1992 Future Trends '76 Canada Cup

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This 100-card, standard-size set was produced by The Future Trends Experience Ltd. And licensed by Hockey Canada. Commemorating the 1976 Canada Cup, the card numbering picked up where the '72 Team Canada set left off by tracing the growth of international hockey. According to the company the production run was 50,000 numbered display boxes. Randomly inserted in the packs were 3,750 gold-foil stamped signature cards; five players (Bobby Orr, Bobby Hull… [Read More]

This 100-card, standard-size set was produced by The Future Trends Experience Ltd. And licensed by Hockey Canada. Commemorating the 1976 Canada Cup, the card numbering picked up where the '72 Team Canada set left off by tracing the growth of international hockey. According to the company the production run was 50,000 numbered display boxes. Randomly inserted in the packs were 3,750 gold-foil stamped signature cards; five players (Bobby Orr, Bobby Hull, Rogatien Vachon, Darryl Sittler, and Bobby Clarke) signed 750 cards each. These cards are valued generally 75 to 100 times the values below. A Tretiak card serial-numbered out of 1976 is also known to exist. The cards featured vertical and horizontal color action and posed player and team photos. Some shots were of game action with several players pictured. The bottom of each was accented by red and gold border stripes with a red Canada Cup logo in the right corner. Most cards were bordered in white, but some were bordered on the top by the national flags of the various teams in the set. The horizontal backs carried the same flag pattern ghosted behind information about the pictured player or team. A color photo of the players or player was displayed to the right of the copy. Red and gold border stripes similar to the front appeared below. Topical subsets featured are '72 Retrospective (102-106), 1974 Russian team vs. WHA (107-110), a 6-card training camp subset (111-116), MVPs (184-190), and the first ever Canada Cup All-Star team (195-200). The cards were numbered on the back. An 8 1/2" by 11" sheet was also issued; it has an artist's color painting of the players on the front and a checklist on its back. [Collapse]

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