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    Anybody know how to tell the difference between score American and score Canadian?
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    American English only on backs and i believe only an American Flag
    Canadian had bi-lingual backs and both flags
    if memory serves me there are about 10 or 15 cards that are different in the sets
    hope that helps a bit

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    For sure the checklist was different in 91-92, but I don't remember if it was in 90-91 or now. The "English only" vs "English & French" works for 90-91...... if memory serves me correctly, 91-92 had American, English Canadian, and Bilingual Canadian. The American & English Canadian have the same text on the back..... but the borders are different between all three.

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    Canadian (Bilingual):




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    Also the Score logo on the front is different colors, the English only is Blue and the Bilingual is Red. Also keep an eye out for the others, which were the YoungStars set or something like that. For example the regular Mario is Blue and number 2, the other is Blue with number 34. Those sometimes catch people as well!

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