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Ceesmk

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Hi!

I'm buying new albums very often and I found this very rare album for the Swedish League; nevertheless, I've got only very few informations about it. Can somebody help me?
It seems to be a partnership between the Allsvenskan and a Disney magazine like "Le Journal de Mickey" or "Topolino", but the hero is here Donald Duck (Kalle Anka in swedish). There are 168 stickers (14 teams x 12 players). I just received it yesterday.

I know that they were albums for the Swedish League between 1968 and 1971 (maybe before or after), especially from Williams Forlags. After I found nothing until 1986 (Panini), and now I discovered this one for 1975.
 

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Ceesmk

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Hi
I just received it! 1st album for the French league 1957-58: original and complete. I just proposed there some pictures.
The stickers were in cakes boxes "REM"; the factory of REM was in Reims, the best French club during the 50s, runners-up of the Champions League in 1956 and 1959: 103 stickers; there are the Austrian Superstar Ernst Happel (2 times), who played for Racing Paris, and the stars of French National Team Just Fontaine, Piantoni, Jonquet, Marche, Cisowski or Lucien Muller, but not Kopa because he played for Real Madrid.
The texts on the left page are written by French Stars themselves. I added pictures of the advertisings (original).
 

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Axholme7

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Hello,
This is my first post on the site so I hope I get my facts right. About the Swedish albums - that is the second Kalle Anka collection. There was also one published in 1971. I think it was connected to a Swedish Disney magazine.

I have the Fodbold 68 album by Williams Forlags (I have attached the cover). These were similar to the German Bergmann cards - bigger than the usual sticker size. Williams also published Swedish ice hockey cards in similar style from 1968 to 1975.

The later Williams Forlags albums, 1971-73, include English League players too. Some of the English player cards are the same as those published for the English albums called Football 72 (etc up to 1976) made by Panini and published by Top Sellers.

There is also another Swedish league album, Allsvenskan 70, from a magazine publisher, Aret Runt. Plus World Cup albums in the 1970s for Sweden published by Semic which are the same as the FKS/Vanderhout albums but with more Swedish players.

Before the various sticker albums there were also trading cards for Swedish football by a company called Coralli from 1964 to 67.
 

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Ceesmk

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Thank you!
I knew about Ice Hockey albums; Williams Forlags stickers are produced by Panini Modena. Good informations for the dates!
 

Ceesmk

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Pictures from the Panini Album for the Hockey IIHF World Championship 1995.
There are only 2 from Panini: 1979 (famous) and 1995 (very rare, only issued in Sweden and Finland)
This is the Finnish Edition (with special cover and poster inside).
I know that there are other albums for the IIHF WC from Semic but they are rare...and very expensive!
I don't collect only Football albums^^ I collect Ice Hockey albums too ^^ (and other things, like sometimes some GPK cards)
 

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