Football cards and stickers issued around the world, from the 1880's to the present day and even some that haven't been issued yet. I don't have any cards for sale, nor do I provide valuations, this blog is just a means of passing on information I have gathered over many decades of collecting. Alan Jenkins.
Thursday, 7 November 2019
Grow (Brazil) - Super Trunfo - Corinthians
Super Trunfo - Corinthians
Similar to Top Trumps, these cards show club jerseys from various seasons. I only know of a couple of cards and it's impossible that the card number indicate two different series.
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Usually the numbers on Super Trunfo means that it belongs to a group of cards (not from a differente set). I used to play it a lot when I was a kid and it usually had 8 groups with 4 card each (or vice-versa).ReplyDelete
A1, A2, A3, A4 ... B1, B2, B3, B4 ..... H1, H2, H3, H4
Does it make sense?
Yes, I know what you mean, I've seen similar sets from countries like Spain and Germany. It's just that one card is 'letter & number' and the other card is 'number & letter'. Because of that I think it's possible they come from different sets.