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List of all stickers and trading cards publishers

Pavle

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#1
Hello,

I would like this topic to be an ultimate list to all the publishers of stickers and trading cards of any category.
Feel free to list any other that you know, and all will be updated into the first post for better navigation.
  • Panini
  • Topps
  • Merlin
  • Magic Box Int.
  • Mundicromo
  • School Shop
  • Futera
  • Fleer
  • Upper Deck
  • De Agostini
  • Navarrete
  • Edis
  • EuroFlash
  • Libero
  • Rittenhouse Archives ltd
  • Artbox
More to come soon.
 

Pavle

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It would be a good idea to add a country next to the manufacturer, don't you guys think?

I can later export the list into excel, sort it alphabetically and make a table and upload it back here so it can be nice and in order.
 

dantzig

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Giromax (former E-Max) - I think it's based in Spain, but it has distribution also in Portugal, France and UK, I think.
Edições Atlântico - Portugal (usually they release one or two collections per year, I think they released now a new collection about portuguese football).

Do you want also the inactive/dead publishers? Because Portugal have a bunch of them that ended in the 90's :p
 

Pavle

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#9
Well I mostly asked this because of the prefixes on the threads. But I guess any publisher would be welcome.
 

Caniggia

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Edizioni Lampo (Italy, started in '50s, i think ended in '90s. First Calciatori albums were produced by them before Panini, season 1958/1959 was first. They have also produced album about WC Chile 1962, Coppa Rimet 1966, Mexico 70. In 1978 or 79 they change name in Edizioni Flash and then Edizinoi Euroflash)

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Lampo calcio-mondiale-1962.jpg
Lampo coppa-rimet-1966.jpg
Lampo mexicorama-1970.jpg
 

Pavle

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@Caniggia I know these albums, they are very nice. It would be good if someone who has more info on them to open thread in appropriate WC topic. I think I have complete scans of these albums will have to check.
 

Caniggia

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Edizioni Nannina (Italy, they have started in season 1947/48. Some are with album, some not. Only small cards, no stickers. It's really hard to understand the different series and of course complete the albums, there are also cards not counted in the albums... They stopped end of '60s. A very important info for all of you, Panini brothers started their legend buying all cards from album 1960/61, reprinting the album and inserting 3 cards in a packet to be sold. So image you find here is the first album ever from Panini even they "copied" one made by Nannina)

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Caniggia

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@Caniggia I know these albums, they are very nice. It would be good if someone who has more info on them to open thread in appropriate WC topic. I think I have complete scans of these albums will have to check.
about Chile 1962 there is also a versione printed in south America, to be honest i don't know which one is the first and if albums are exactly the same. I have seen many time these albums and I will buy it ... when i win at national lottery :) Anyway for me shall be better to find Calciatori 1958/59 1959/60 1960/61 because can be connected with Panini Calciatori. There are many fake albums, not easy to recognize originals
 

Caniggia

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Edizioni Edis (Italy, from 1968 to 1986.. i think. They have produced many albums about Serie A/B, two about Mexico 70 and Munchen 74. The second one is very very very hard to find complete, because cards were sold together with Motta icecreams. I add also old advertisement, btw Coppa dei Campioni was also name of a delicious icecream ^-^)
edis w01-1969-70.jpg
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edis motta pubblicita.jpg
 

Caniggia

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#15
Casa Editrice Imperia (Italy, in the '60s. They have produced some albums about serie A/B from 1963/64 to 1969/70. No albums about world cup or international tournaments)

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