BRAND NEW PRODUCT:

150 YEARS OF AWESOME CANADA 

TRADING CARD SUBSET
Booklet #9 (of 9)
CONTROVERSIAL CANADA
8-cards / 150 print run

About This Trading Card Booklet:

Name: 150 Years of Awesome Canada: CONTROVERSIAL CANADA (PAST MISTAKES WE ARE NOT PROUD OF...)

Edition #: 2017 I: Book 9

Number of cards: 8

Print Run: 150 (individually numbered from 001 to 150)

Subjects Featured: 
1) Slavery in Canada, 2) Operation Soap, 3) Eugenics in Canada, 4) Canadian Asbestos, 5) Residential Schools, 6) Japanese Internment Camps, 7) Chinese Head Tax, 8) 1876 Indian Act 


ABOUT 150 YEARS OF AWESOME CANADA:

150 Years of Awesome Canada is a brand new limited print collection of trading cards offered in a unique subset-booklet format. There are 9 separate booklets, each featuring a specific subject/theme. 

150 Years of Awesome Canada is meant to showcase and celebrate the multiple people, places and historical facts that make Canada such an interesting and amazing country. Canada turns 150 years old this year (specifically on July 1st, 2017) and we want to help celebrate this milestone with fellow Canadians, our American friends and fans of Canada worldwide. Each 8.5x11" glossy card stock booklet has a variety of ready-to-cut-out trading cards. Cut them out or keep the booklet complete - that's up to you. 

Each booklet is limited to only 150 made-in-Canada copies that are signed and numbered. An embossed seal adorns the cover so you know you are getting an authentic Canada 150 collectible. 150 Years of Awesome Canada has been granted the use of the official Canada 150 logo by the Canadian Government.

Book numbering from 001 to 150 is purely based on when a copy is purchased. Once all 150 copies of a booklet is sold out, the booklet will be taken off all sales websites and they will NOT be reprinted!

Shipping:  

Within Canada$3.00 Shipping, United States (all regions)$6.50 Small Packets - Air - USA, International: $8.50

I DO COMBINE SHIPPING. Payments are due within 4 days of invoice. Unpaid items will automatically go to the Unpaid Items Assistant after 4 days. If you need more time to pay, have the courtesy to email and ask! Always willing to work with my customers.