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1989 Vachon

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The 1989 Vachon CFL set consists of 160 cards. The cards were issued on 6" by 7" perforated panels, consisting of five player cards and one "Instant Prize Card" featuring instructions on how to play the contest. After perforation, the cards measure approximately 2" by 3 1/2". Starting in September 1989, these panels were inserted inside 6 million specially-marked packages of Vachon Cakes. (The collector could also send a self-addressed stamped envelop… [Read More]

The 1989 Vachon CFL set consists of 160 cards. The cards were issued on 6" by 7" perforated panels, consisting of five player cards and one "Instant Prize Card" featuring instructions on how to play the contest. After perforation, the cards measure approximately 2" by 3 1/2". Starting in September 1989, these panels were inserted inside 6 million specially-marked packages of Vachon Cakes. (The collector could also send a self-addressed stamped envelope to receive an additional player card.) Prize cards carrying the following words were to be mailed in and made the holder eligible to receive the certain prizes: 1) Touchdown (one of ten V.I.P. trips for two to the 1989 Grey Cup game in the SkyDome in Toronto, with 250.00 spending money); 2) Field Goal (CFL game jersey); 3) Convert (ticket to the game of your choice); and 4) Single Point (.50 off your next purchase of Vachon family pack snack cakes). No prize was awarded for cards marked "Goal Line Stand." The fronts feature white-bordered color player photos; the CFL football helmet logo and Vachon's logo appear in the wider white border beneath the picture. The backs present biographical information, the card number, and the team helmet. The cards are checklisted below according to teams. [Collapse]

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