Figure List

 Here is a table which lists all 12 figures, as well as the 2 special edition figures included in Prostars Series 32. Also included are the blister pack production volumes for each figure.

Packaging Formats

Blister Pack:

s32 blister

 Platinum Pack:

 Here is a single blister pack from Prostars Series 32.

 Corinthian went back to using a generic style backing card for this release.
 The blister pack produced in the highest volume was Ronaldinho, with 9,003 blisters produced, which accounted for nearly 30% of the total blister pack production for this series.

 The figure produced in the lowest volume was Rangers Dado Prso, with a mere 1,154 blisters manufactued, a very low number indeed.

 In total Corinthian produced 35,346 blisters for this series, which was nearly half that of the previous series and considerably lower than that of most previous series.

 This series contained no redemption figure tokens, instead the redemption figures were made available to purchase in sachet format at £5.00 each, or free if you purchased a case assortment.

s32 platinum

 Here is a Platinum pack from Prostars Series 32.

 These packs featured the now established backing card design as first seen in Prostars series 15, with the figures themselves also having the bases painted Silver, to further enhance the collectability of these very limited packs.

 Platinum packs are seen as Corinthian's premier collectors product and were not available for direct sale. The only way to get these Platinum packs was buy spending a certain amount with Corinthian on thier products.

 The Platinum packs also featured individually numbered collector cards, which meant each blister was unique, with no more than 360 produced of each Platinum pack.
 With Platinum packs being heavily collected in Japan, it is the likes of Yanagisawa and Young-Pyo Lee which are the most valuable. The most valuable though is certainly that of Barcelona's Ronaldinho, who can trade hands for well in excess of £25.

Collector Cards

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 Here is a collector card from Prostars Series 32.

 Corinthian changed the appearance and layout of the collector cards from series 21 onwards. They continued to use the same quality, high gloss card but made a change to the back of the card.

 Corinthian now printed how many of each blister pack had been produced and also stamped each collector card with a unique issue number. This made each blister pack unique and meant collectors went chasing the low numbered blister packs with the ones stamped 0001 being the most coverted and indeed the most valuable.

 From the card opposite you can see the changes made to the cards and how they differ from those used in the early Prostars series. The top box contains the players name, club and the figures collector number. The figure image of course dominates the card and the series box can found next to the figure.

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