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Old 01-20-2019, 02:57 PM
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Default 92 Score Italian cards soccer

Got a few packs of these in a lot I picked up.
Anything to them?
Any desirable cards?
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Firstly, pictures are always helpful. But in general, Score produced Series A and B sets in two consecutive years from 1992 to 1993. They were mass produced as much of the 1990s trading cards were.

The second series being a bit lower in production. There were a few notable rookies including Del Piero.

There were still a glut of super players in these sets including Brazilians, German and Dutch players - Dunga,, Taffarel, Matthias, Voller, Gullet, Rikjaard and Van Basten. idols cards featured past stars, Zico, Zoff and Bettegga.

I hope this is helpful.
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It was. Thanks.
Some cards have A and some have B on the front.
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It was. Thanks.
Some cards have A and some have B on the front.
The A/B should relate to whether the Player's team was currently in Serie A (basically 1st division) vs Serie B (the division below that).

The set was mass produced, and so I'd imagine value will be nominal. I've got a few boxes lying around somewhere.
But it was a time when Italian Serie A was the top league in the world (80's to the first half of the 90's), until giving way to the English Premier League, with arguably Spain's Liga somewhere in the mix.

Should be some legendary players in that set, with an early Batistuta card, Paolo Maldini, and Roberto Baggio prime among them.

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I have 3 autographed cards from these sets - Baresi, Maldini and Vialli. Early chase cards in the soccer world.
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Funny story, when Italian goal keeping star, Walter Zenga was playing for New England, I had him sign a few cards. He signed all of them on the front EXCEPT the Score card, which he signed on the reverse. I wondered why until I found that there were chase cards signed in the set. All were signed on the backs.
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