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21st January 2020


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Scotland Rugby World Cup 1995
Daily Telegraph Card Collectors News Magazine Back Copies Scotland Rugby World Cup 1995 Scotland Rugby World Cup 1995 26 - This set is one of a series on home nations sides issued by the Daily Telegraph in celebration of the 1995 Rugby World Cup. Set within a yellow border are colour cartoons of players from the Scotland team including captain Gavin Hastings and his brother Scott, prop Peter Wright, fly-half Andrew Shiel, wing Kenny Logan, Paul Burnell who won his first cap in 1989 and George ‘Doddie’ Weir who is widely regarded as Scotland’s best mid line-out jumper. The backs make particularly interesting reading as they not only give brief career details, but also give details of their favourite hobbies and physical statistics plus details of their occupation at the time the set was produced. We love the fact that David Hilton was a butcher or that Damian Cronin is listed as an antiques dealer and there are a fair few listed as investment managers or financial directors. A fine set with cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Scotland Rugby World Cup 1995

Issuer: Daily Telegraph Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: This set is one of a series on home nations sides issued by the Daily Telegraph in celebration of the 1995 Rugby World Cup. Set within a yellow border are colour cartoons of players from the Scotland team including captain Gavin Hastings and his brother Scott, prop Peter Wright, fly-half Andrew Shiel, wing Kenny Logan, Paul Burnell who won his first cap in 1989 and George ‘Doddie’ Weir who is widely regarded as Scotland’s best mid line-out jumper. The backs make particularly interesting reading as they not only give brief career details, but also give details of their favourite hobbies and physical statistics plus details of their occupation at the time the set was produced. We love the fact that David Hilton was a butcher or that Damian Cronin is listed as an antiques dealer and there are a fair few listed as investment managers or financial directors. A fine set with cards size 68 x 36mm. Number of cards in set: 26

Price for complete set: Catalogue Price £7.50 Special Offer £6.00

January Special Offers:

Below are just 2 of the 30 special offers we have to offer throughout January, Click here to view them all

County Print Cricket Hampshire Test Cricketers 1995 Hampshire Test Cricketers 1995 L25 - These cards feature Test cricketers who have all played for Hampshire and they are depicted in colour head and shoulder drawings by artist Mike Tarr displayed within an oval. Included are Capt. E.G. Wynyard who captained the side in 1896, Hon. L.H. Tennyson who lot £12,000 to bookmakers in 1911, Derek Shackleton who was also on the books of Burnley F.C as a goalie, awesome bowler Andy Roberts, Barry Richards who scored four centuries, Brig. Gen. R.M. Poore who in the text on the back by J.R. Lodge is described as like a character from “Boys Own” magazine, Malcolm Marshall who was the highest West Indian wicket taker ever, A.J.L. Hill who was also an all-round sportsman, Lt. Col. C. Heseltine who went on to become club president in 1936, Leslie Gay who was a double-international as he was also a goal-keeper for England, the legendary C.B. Fry and John Arnold who was the club’s outstanding player in the 1930s. An excellent cricket set with cards size 79 x 62mm.
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Hampshire Test Cricketers 1995

Hampshire Test Cricketers 1995

County Print - L25 in set

Catalogue Price £12.50 Special Offer £8.50

Cult-Stuff Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Adventures into the Unknown 2016 Adventures into the Unknown 2016 LT28 - This unusual set is based on the comic book magazines published by the American Comics Group between 1948 and 1967. Cards 001 to 018 feature cover illustrations on the front and the backs give details of the stories they contained. For instance the first card shows issue 1, priced at 10 cents, which contained stories about werewolves, ghosts, voodoo, curses and a haunted house. The next card has comic illustrations on both sides and the remainder of the cards are puzzle pieces and make up into large versions of the card. These colourful cards, size 88 x 63mm.
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Adventures into the Unknown 2016

Adventures into the Unknown 2016

Cult-Stuff - LT28 in set

Catalogue Price £15.00 Special Offer £11.00

Monthly Auction:

360 Lots with estimated values from £1 upwards Everyone should find something to interest them and suit their pocket Click here to find out more

Last date for bids 25th January 2019 - Bids can be submitted by post, phone, fax, e-mail or through this website


Lot 17

Our star lot in this auction is a real gem which is both historic and interesting. This is lot 17 a Lambert & Butler set of 25 Motors dating from 1908 and in very good condition estimated at £750. The colourful and detailed drawings include an Itala car that won the Pekin to Paris race, a 32mph motor omnibus, a Siddeley Limousine, a Mercedes owned by King Edward VII, a White steam car, an Arrol-Johnson car with skis on its front wheels, a Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, Rover Coupe and the 200mph Darracq which was then the fastest in the world. The backs contain plenty of facts about the vehicle making this a set not to be missed. 

Whether you prefer cigarette cards to trade cards or old to new there is sure to be something in this auction to appeal and with some estimated at just a few pounds. If you have any queries about any of these auction lots then don’t hesitate to get in touch on 01458 273452 or contact us on cards@londoncigcard.co.uk 

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January New Issues:

Below are just 2 of the 4 issues added to our stock this month, Click here to view them all

Solo Cards Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Glamour Girls 33rd Series (From the 1950s,1960s and 1970s) 2019 Glamour Girls 33rd Series (From the 1950s,1960s and 1970s) 2019 10 - This is another in the popular series of blue tinted photos of lesser known actresses and models. This batch includes French-born actress Estella Blain, Jane Merrow who’s father was a German refugee and who appeared in ‘The Saint’, Liliane Brousse wh appeared in ‘Famous Love Affair’, Lucienne Bridou who played Panacea in ‘A Funny Thing Happed on the Way to the Forum’, Marcella Michelangeli a former beauty contest winner best known for her TV work, Maria Latour who made five films before turning to TV work, Italian actress Silvana Mangano who grew up in poverty during World War II, Serena Vergano of Italy who moved to Spain and took leading roles in films of the Barcelona School of Film, Claudia Udy who although raised in Canada had a successful acting career in Germany and Simone Griffeth who began her career on children’s TV. The numbered backs are full of interesting snippits about the actress. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Glamour Girls 33rd Series (From the 1950s,1960s and 1970s) 2019
J.F.Sporting Collectibles Football Footballers 1950s 2nd Series 2000 Footballers 1950s 2nd Series 2000 LT48 - As with the 1st Series these cards contain black and white head and shoulders pictures of players from the 1950s and amongst this batch are Arsenal’s Ray Swallow who also played cricket for Derbyshire, Keith Jones of Aston Villa, Ray Charnley of Blackpool who was also an England International, Clyde’s Tommy Ring who also played for Scotland, Doncaster Rovers centre-half Charlie Williams, Stan Mortensen of Hull and England, Billy Whelan of Manchester United, Middlesbrough’s Lindy Delapenha and Norman Deeley of Wolves. The numbered backs give a brief resume of their careers. Cards size 92 x 65mm
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Footballers 1950s 2nd Series 2000

Footballers 1950s 2nd Series 2000

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT48 in set

£36.00

January Updates:

  • New issues: We have added a further 4 Series to our website.
  • Monthly Auction: This months postal auction ends on Saturday January 25th 2020. Our auction contains 360 lots with estimated values from £1 upwards
  • Cards for sale: We have updated many of our thematic lists, Click here to check them out.
  • Set of the month: This month we feature "Carreras Set of 50 Dogs & Friend 1936". Magazine subscribers can buy this set for £22.00 a saving of £3.00
  • Special offers: Throughout January you can take advantage of any of the 30 special offers
  • Daily offer: Everyday we offer a new set a special discount click here to see today's offer

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