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Old 11-21-2020, 11:03 PM
Kenmarks Kenmarks is offline
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Default 1963 Post Cereal CFL Help

Trying to put together a paper on the 1963 Post Cereal CFL promotion. Was looking for help from anyone who might have some material or information on the cards that were on the front of the box ... and specifically what cereals (flavors and box weights the various players were pictured on). Have gone thru the internet pretty well. So have seen the two Alpha-Bits boxes (small and medium sizes). And I have a large sized box of that cereal. Wondering if anyone else might have a box (or cereal front) and could provide information, or better, a picture.

Not asking for information specifically on the front cards themselves, but if you have some of these front of the box cards, and wanted to share a picture, great!! Have a decent handle of the number of players on the front of boxes (9) and have found 20 different sizes of this group of 9 player (plus three more that seem to be the same sized card of a player and with the same picture cropping, but different shades of coloring, so they may have come off different cereal flavored boxes ... and be an additional 3 variations).

Recognize this is a bit of a long-shot, but any assistance you might have would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 11-22-2020, 07:57 PM
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I think your best bet would be to contact Andy Malycky who several years ago published a book entitled "Collecting Canadian Football". He would have vast knowledge on this subject and would probably be able to answer your questions. I've sent you a PM with his contact info.
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