History of Panini football stickers in Switzerland

VladeNV

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Hello guys,
you probobly know that I wrote stories about stickers. I already wrote about Panini stickers in British football, Calciatori and World Cup. Next story that I wrote is about Panini football stickers in Switzerland. First I wrote about football stickers before Panini. It turned out that a family from Switzerland brought Panini to international market. In that ocassion I had a chance to speak with grandson of a person that make a deal with Panini in 1960s. Very interesting story. And much much more on my blog. Hope that you will enjoy reading it, same as I could enjoy while writing it. If you like it, share it to get more readers. Looking forward to your comments. Thank you.
Here: https://stickerpedia10.blogspot.com/2019/03/history-of-panini-football-switzerland.html

PS: Sorry for not being much active on this blog.
 

LeicesterRob

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This is wonderful @VladeNV

I'll take a good read tonight as I've just skimmed through. I really really like the Swiss collections from the late 70s until the late 80s. I've just recently bought the 82 and 85 sets and they're amazing. I'll share some pics later too!
 

LeicesterRob

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Thanks to both @VladeNV and @Ceesmk

Great info supplied from you both and I had no idea there was no 85 set (Phew! that saves me a few searches and explains a lot!)

Most of the early 80 albums are just wonderful. The simplicity of the designs with great covers (in the whole) and top quality badges make these sets very special. I love some of the new albums, but these were special indeed!

I didn't make my football sticker debut until Panini UK 85 and I think I arrived just at the end of this golden period!
 

Jamiepr74

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I have just had another look at your website and it has such a fantastic depth of information. There are a few things that I wasn't aware of on there and such every page has something great to read!
 

dantzig

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@VladeNV seems a nice written article, will surely read it later. In the meantime, I shared it on CardzReview facebook page :)
 

LeicesterRob

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HOw


How much!? =D
This is amazing!
Good question @argollo ! For a Swiss 85 album and full set of stickers I’d say they’d cost between £300 and £400 in an auction that opens up to international buyers . They’re so rare to find now.

You just never know your luck with sealed set auctions as I picked two up for £30 recently mainly because the seller didn’t open up offers outside of UK. Those sort of gems rarely exist though.

Best place to start is eBay.it I’d say and look up lots of different search terms that may describe the album.
 

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