Panini Euro 96

Jimmy1975

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Anyone who knows the differences of the 3 kind of backs of the stickers from Euro 1996?

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I have a complete set of loose stickers, but they have different backs :(
Im looking for the version to the right, the one with black text at the backside.

So if you have any of theese stickers for trade/sale, please send me a PM.
 

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The only one I'm sure is that the blue one is the UK version.
 

Caniggia

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the big difference is also front for UK edition, England has not the text written E96 as you can see in this picture.. all other teams are same of international edition

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I would be very surprised if it was a misprint. The seller is Spanish ?
 

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OK. I doubt the french version has this special badge. I will investigate.
 

SubZero

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Accidentally found in the net such stickers. Have you got any idea what kind of stickers they are?
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SubZero

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There is an unconfirmed information that thise stickers and album were on sale in Romania and stickers are a litter smaller than standard.
But this is unconfirmed information.

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This collection has been sold in Romania by Star Foods, a food brand with Panini authorization. The stickers are really smaller than originals and designed to be stuck on leaflets. There are 2 teams by leaflet and a total of 8 leaflets. There are 288 stickers but no shiny or badge.


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SubZero

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This is the poster from Swiss album, the autographs of the players are printed. At first have seen this poster in the net. It is very similar too that we have had in 2012 in Ukraine - the poster with Polish and Ukrainian teams, but without autographs. image.jpg
 

scorpa

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Is it known why there is such a shortage of some teams (England, France, Spain, Russia,...) stickers? But for the other half of teams there is plenty of stickers. It's usual to have problems to collect badges in some collections or particular players but here more than half an album stickers are rare.

It's probably one of the most frustrating collections to collect.
 

dantzig

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Is it known why there is such a shortage of some teams (England, France, Spain, Russia,...) stickers? But for the other half of teams there is plenty of stickers. It's usual to have problems to collect badges in some collections or particular players but here more than half an album stickers are rare.

It's probably one of the most frustrating collections to collect.
Reason is the same as always: Panini prints more from certain stickers. Euro 2000, 2004 and 2012 are similar.

There's almost no collection that Panini prints the same amount for every sticker. The only notorious one I can recall is World Cup 2010, where every single sticker, shiny or not, had the same print amount (excluding promo stickers like the free ones inside the album).

It's all about the original big sheets you see in factory process. Panini has to fill every sheet, no matter if you have to add stickers more than once. Example: imagine a collection has 350 normal stickers. If a sheet has space for 200 stickers, Panini will print 400 (200x2), so you can have 50 stickers that are printed more, which means they will be easier to pull.

Panini also prints by material, never mixing shinies with normal stickers. So many times you see the shinies are the rarest, because Panini prints less of them OR Panini prints the same, but inserts less shinies inside the packets. Their Fifimatic machines allows that to be done.
 

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