THESE ARE THE WONDERFUL PEOPLE WHO HELPED COMPILE MY ORIGINAL TEXT ONLY LISTS
Thanks to Olaf Schneider, Peter Orban, Armando Giuffrida, Peter Hughes, Ladd McIntosh, Stefan Riebe, Jolande Hibels, Lisa Stein, Daniel Loftin, Master Gundam, Carola Jüllig, Ian Sayer, Titia Harmanni, David Humphrey, George Baker, Sandra Wendel, Helmut Schmidt, Rodolfo Tizzi, Dave Jenner, Gianna Lammering, Anya Gutknecht, Joop van Dijk, Walter Oeyen, Günter P. Neumüller, M. Henry Veyox Neumueller, Daniel (Romania), Vuk Markovic, Alain Carbuccia, Faruk Oralbi, Martin Verlaan, Euan Mathieson, Peter B. Müller, Peter Milam, Marlene Pilaete, Diana Savage, Ken Hall, Mijke Bloothoofd, Hans Schnepper, David Ferrer, Netty Rosenkranz, Maris Muhu, Eric-Jan Noomen, Vincent Roozendaal, Klaus Wunderlich, Klaas Dierks, Uwe Steh, Ellen Roubus, Tanya van Hauwaert, Franchesca Vullings-Windley, David Morrison, Andrei Stomff, Teresa Witkowska, Giuseppe, Yvonne Mulder, Bruno Bargelletti, Michael Boy, Derek Young, Johann Hofbauer, Maria Georgieva, Karen Barouski, Vera Kraus, Kees Kleihues, Ken Ries, Johan Bruynseraede, Alvaro Aguilar, Neil Goulding, Ben Veenhuis, Crystal Glantz, Frederic Mahler, David Stone, Torsten Anklam, Ines Schulz, Roman Bílý, Werner Mohr and Jean Ritsema
for additions and corrections to my Ross lists.
A huge thank you to Olaf Schneider in Germany who along with J. Steinheisser published a booklet with the majority of the Ross yellow card numbers (#5861/1 through #A 4096/1) and for allowing me to use the booklet to fill in the missing numbers in my online list. That has obviously been of great assistance. Anyone interested in buying a copy of Mr. Schneider's booklet can contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
The booklet is approximately 8 X 5 1/2 inches, 150 pages, is easily readable (see page example), and contains additional information (which cards have facsimile signatures, duplicate card numbers, glossy cards, non numbered, larger sized, more thorough dating and other such information). He also explains how the list was compiled and gives some history on Ross Verlag (this section is written in German). It does not contain any pictures of the cards themselves. A recommended purchase for those interested.
Another great big thanks to Peter Orban who did a list of early card numbers in 1998 which filled in many of the holes in my list. Special thanks to Armando Giuffrida who sent this list my way.
This list has contributors from USA, Germany, The Nederlands, England, France, Uruguay, Romania, Serbia, Italy, Turkey, Estonia, Poland, Canada and the Czech Republic.