2018-19 O-Pee-Chee Coast-to-Coast Landmarks of the North Variations Gallery

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It’s not just the players that have SSP cards in 2018-19 OPC Coast-to-Coast Hockey. Some of the inserts do, too. 2018-19 O-Pee-Chee Coast-to-Coast Landmarks of the North variations showcase more of the picturesque views that stretch from the Pacific to the Atlantic.

Similar to the main set’s variations, the Landmarks of the North Variations arrive as one of the product’s Easter Eggs. That means they’re a surprise to collectors and not on the checklist Upper Deck put out. This also means that neither production numbers or insertion rates are known.

Outside of the photos, there aren’t any noticeable differences between the regular base versions and the variations. And when describing the images, tree position and number of buildings can be hard to remember. So in case you need a gallery, you’ve come to the right place.

2018-19 O-Pee-Chee Coast-to-Coast Landmarks of the North Variations Checklist

Here’s a list of the confirmed variations in 2018-19 O-Pee-Chee Coast-to-Coast Hockey. Upper Deck has not put out a full list so there may be more. If you’re looking for a specific card, click on the links to see what’s on eBay.

LN-6 The Discovery Islands
LN-11 Yellowknife
LN-12 Banff National Park
LN-13 Canadian Badlands
LN-15 Jasper National Park
LN-20 Toronto
LN-30 Montreal

2018-19 O-Pee-Chee Coast-to-Coast Landmarks of the North Variations Gallery

LN-6 The Discovery Islands, British Columbia


Variation – beach


Base – sailboat


LN-11 Yellowknife, Alberta

(Note: Yellowknife is in the Northwest Territories)


Variation – no cabin


Base – with cabin


LN-12 Banff National Park, Alberta


Variation – green reflection in water


Base – blue water


LN-13 Canadian Badlands, Alberta

(Note: Yellowknife is in the Northwest Territories)


Variation – no hoodoos


Base – with hoodoos


LN-15 Jasper National Park


Variation – mountain reflection in water


Base – trees on small island


LN-20 Toronto, Ontario


Variation – water in foreground


Base – street view


LN-30 Montreal, Quebec


Variation trees visible


Base – overhead view


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