Oldest sticker of your collection

Voldrinhos

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Hey Pavle and fellow collectors

Perhaps it's an idea for opening a thread with the oldest sticker or card you have in your collection. I'm very courious of yours.

I will post 2 stickers from 2 albums

1. Voetbalsterren 1970/1971 - Publisher Vanderhout

Paul van Himst - Sticker.jpg Page Anderlecht - small.jpg Voetbalsterren 70-71 - small.jpg

2. Sprint 1971 - Publisher Panini

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Pavle

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Interesting idea. Should we post only single stickers/cards or entire collections?
Perhaps single vintage stuff might be interesting. Okay, since my hard disc crashed few days ago and I lost most of my data, I will scan some stuff that I have that are old. I guess I have some from the 60s.

Great topic, I bet we will see some great photos soon. Come on guys, post your oldest stuff, it does not have to be vintage.
 

Caniggia

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Around 1930 the farm Chocolate Zaini has produced different series of cards about italian football. I'm not sure about year and I think same card was sold for several years, you could find it buying a chocolate in the shops. These cards are really rare, never seen one complete series. There is also one collection with players of Italy national team at World Cup 1934. Please check 1st card, that team is INTER Milano that during fascism Mussolini has changed name in Ambrosiana (San Ambrogio is the Patron of Milano), the player behind in the center is Giuseppe Meazza, probably the best player ever of any time in Italy. He gives also name to stadium of San Siro, in Milano
 

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Gabriel

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My older collection is an álbum of México 86' edited from Navarrete. In that album appears a lot of stars, like Maradona, Socrates, Zico, Paolo Rossi, etc. In the front page appears Maradona and a line that shares a goal of Maradona.
 

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Makhno

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As I only collect Panini WC and Euro stickers albums, my oldest sticker should have been one of the Mexico 70 album. Unfortunatly, I don't have any of them (yet !). Munich 74 is the second (and last) album that is waiting to complete my collection. So, the oldest stickers I have come from an album I started to collect as a child : Footbal 80. It is the Panini album from the french league 1979-80.
 

Agustín

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These 3 are the oldest stickers I´ve got, and they are in mint condition.
Panini 1978 stickers of Argentina team (the champion team of that WC), Ubaldo Fillol (the marvellous goalkeeper) and Mario Kempes (the striker with 6 goals).
 

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Makhno

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These 3 are the oldest stickers I´ve got, and they are in mint condition.
Panini 1978 stickers of Argentina team (the champion team of that WC), Ubaldo Fillol (the marvellous goalkeeper) and Mario Kempes (the striker with 6 goals).
Hell ! I'm a fool ! I have the complete Argentina 78 album. So the oldest stickers I have are from this album ! Mario Kempes was playing at Valencia at this time, isn't he ? Wonderful team anyway : Jorge Valdano, Osvaldo Ardiles (Tottenham) with his black gloves, Enzo Trossero, Passarella... Fantastic
 

Ceesmk

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My oldest album is the German Bundesliga 1963 from Sicker Verlag; for Panini I've got a sealed pack Calciatori 66.
 

Dieter

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I have a bunch of '70 mexico cards, those are my oldest. They're in a corner of my closet not being looked at.
I'm a little neurotic (LOL) so i want to complete all recent collections before i go backwards in time...
 

LFC1892

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Mine is WC 1978 Panini sticker album,was 9 at the time . I have no stickers or doubles of that one to show.

Nothing earth shattering I know.
 

LeeWest1865

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@SubZero They are Topps Footballer 1979/80 Scottish Edition. Difficult to find now, minimum price £2 per card. The full set is 132 cards. This was the last Scottish Edition produced by Topps - the English edition continued until 1981/82.
 

Ceesmk

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Here is a complete set of 48 cards from Hong Kong about "the rules of fooball" produced in 1934. There is an English edition too (with album) but this set was without album for the Chinese Colony. The difference between the 2 collections are that there is no album, 48 cards instead of 50, the texts are in chinese, and the players have an Asiatic face.

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The complete album of the English edition is here.

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Moreover, here are pictures of some complete albums for the English League published during the 30s.

 
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