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Billyo9999

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While researching Troy's question on a checklist for FC26-2 Movie Stars, I noticed there are no complete checklists for FC26-1 Canadian Shredded Wheat - Kings and Queens of England.  Todd's website and Kardmania had partial lists, and there was nothing on Jeff Allender's site.  Checking WorthPoint, eBay, and Collectors.com, I was able to view most of the cards.  A quick check of Wikipedia allowed me to fill in the few holes.  So here is the full 30 card checklist for anyone who is interested.

Number

Monarch

Reign

1

Richard II

1377-1399

2

Henry IV

1399-1413

3

Henry V

1413-1422

4

Henry VI

1422-1461

5

Edward IV

1461-1483

6

Edward V

1483

7

Richard III

1483-1485

8

Henry VII

1485-1509

9

Henry VIII

1509-1547

10

Edward VI

1547-1553

11

Mary I

1553-1558

12

Elizabeth I

1558-1603

13

James I

1603-1625

14

Charles I

1625-1649

15

Charles II

1660-1685

16

James II

1685-1688

17

William III

1688-1702

18

Mary II

1688-1694

19

Anne

1702-1714

20

George I

1714-1727

21

George II

1727-1760

22

George III

1760-1820

23

George IV

1820-1830

24

William IV

1830-1837

25

Victoria

1837-1901

26

Edward VII

1901-1910

27

George V

1910-1936

28

Edward VIII

1936

29

George VI

1936-1952

30

Elizabeth II

1952




























































































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Great job Bill!
I have this loaded into the database.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Billyo9999
While researching Troy's question on a checklist for FC26-2 Movie Stars, I noticed there are no complete checklists for FC26-1 Canadian Shredded Wheat - Kings and Queens of England.  Todd's website and Kardmania had partial lists, and there was nothing on Jeff Allender's site.  Checking WorthPoint, eBay, and Collectors.com, I was able to view most of the cards.  A quick check of Wikipedia allowed me to fill in the few holes.  So here is the full 30 card checklist for anyone who is interested.

Number

Monarch

Reign

1

Richard II

1377-1399

2

Henry IV

1399-1413

3

Henry V

1413-1422

4

Henry VI

1422-1461

5

Edward IV

1461-1483

6

Edward V

1483

7

Richard III

1483-1485

8

Henry VII

1485-1509

9

Henry VIII

1509-1547

10

Edward VI

1547-1553

11

Mary I

1553-1558

12

Elizabeth I

1558-1603

13

James I

1603-1625

14

Charles I

1625-1649

15

Charles II

1660-1685

16

James II

1685-1688

17

William III

1688-1702

18

Mary II

1688-1694

19

Anne

1702-1714

20

George I

1714-1727

21

George II

1727-1760

22

George III

1760-1820

23

George IV

1820-1830

24

William IV

1830-1837

25

Victoria

1837-1901

26

Edward VII

1901-1910

27

George V

1910-1936

28

Edward VIII

1936

29

George VI

1936-1952

30

Elizabeth II

1852














































Bill,maybe Elizabeth II did not start her reign in 1852.Just a typo,I am sure it is 1952.












































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There is a typo on the reign of Elizabeth ll
Billyo9999

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Oops.  1952 instead of 1852.

And after checking the net for cards and compiling the checklist, I find PSA has a complete checklist including pictures of all 30 card fronts.  

https://www.psacard.com/psasetregistry/non-sports/company-sets/1953-canadian-shredded-wheat-kings-queens-england-fc26-1/alltimeset/134152 

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Hey Guys,
These cards were issued in March of 1953 through their Nabisco Rice Flakes line, maybe not exclusively but does say so, I believe these should be called 1953 Nabisco Canada Kings & Queens of England, Coronation Card.

I am not sure these were in any other Shredded Wheat products as I have never found an ad for any other brand.

Here is the documented advertisement. 

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Hi Bobby,

I think The Canadian Shredded Wheat reference is to the company name that manufactured Nabisco products in Canada, not to the specific cereal.  

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The Shredded Wheat company has a specific product called Shredded Wheat, so it can be somewhat misleading. Many cereal issues come under specific brands, like Wheaties, should they all be called General Mills, just trying to state that there should be some consistency especially when we have the correct information..
We shouldn’t settle for 3rd party grading companies to help us determine the names of issues when our research shows different. Remember we are the active experts here, we all spend our time sharing information through this group to help further the hobby.
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This is why I am such a big proponent of using ACC numbers. There can be no confusion when using them. If we call this set FC26-1 then we all know what it is; there can be no confusion. These days you don't even need to buy a book to be able to understand the numbers or know what they mean. You can go to the gallery here or Todd's site and find anything in about two minutes.

It's also why I get so frustrated with PSAs fierce resistance to including ACC numbers on 99% of the R cards that they grade.
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