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21st August 2018

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Scooby Doo The Movie 2002
Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Scooby Doo The Movie 2002 Scooby Doo The Movie 2002 LT72 - A mixture of real life and animation, this film stars zany, loveable Scooby-Doo, Hanna Barbera’s cartoon Great Dane whose antics produce the laughs as the reluctant hero of this adventure in which the human characters of Mystery Inc., Fred, Shaggy, Velma and the lovely Daphne, are only co-stars. The pictures from the film tell the story on the backs, but as is often the case the “behind the scenes” cards provide an interesting insight into the production. Scooby-Doo is a computer-generated image added after filming, a life-size puppet having been used to block out life scenes. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Scooby Doo The Movie 2002

Issuer: Inkworks (USA) Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: A mixture of real life and animation, this film stars zany, loveable Scooby-Doo, Hanna Barbera’s cartoon Great Dane whose antics produce the laughs as the reluctant hero of this adventure in which the human characters of Mystery Inc., Fred, Shaggy, Velma and the lovely Daphne, are only co-stars. The pictures from the film tell the story on the backs, but as is often the case the “behind the scenes” cards provide an interesting insight into the production. Scooby-Doo is a computer-generated image added after filming, a life-size puppet having been used to block out life scenes. Size 89 x 64mm. Number of cards in set: LT72 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

Price for complete set: Catalogue Price £9.50 Special Offer £6.65

August Special Offers:

Below are just 2 of the 27 special offers we have to offer throughout August, Click here to view them all

Rittenhouse (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Stargate Atlantis Season 1 2005 Stargate Atlantis Season 1 2005 LT63 - Rittenhouse have already treated us to series of cards covering the original Stargate TV series. Now this set features the Stargate Atlantis Season 1, with three cards for each of the twenty episodes – Suspicion, The Storm, Sanctuary, etc, exciting sci-fi adventures starring Joe Flanigan as Major John Sheppard and Paul McGillion as Dr. Carson Beckett. Backs bear a second colour picture and story summary. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Stargate Atlantis Season 1 2005

Stargate Atlantis Season 1 2005

Rittenhouse (USA) - LT63 in set

Catalogue Price £8.00 Special Offer £5.50

Dexter Flags, Arms & Maps Borough Arms 1900 Borough Arms 1900 30 - Produced during the reign of Queen Victoria when civic pride was at its height this delightful and under-rated series was issued by the small Nottinghamshire firm of R.I. Dexter & Co., whose factory was a Hucknall between Nottingham and Mansfield. It features arms of English towns, boroughs and cities in white embossed on a Wedgewood blue background and the backs are plain except for the company name. Among those places features are Birmingham whose arms reflect its industrial past, Bolton whose arms include an arrow representing archers from the area who took part in the Battle of Flodden in 1513 and a spindle representing the cotton industry, Leeds whose arms include two owls derived from the arms of the first Alderman and a fleece representing the wool industry, the City of London with its two dragons, Portsmouth with its Arab looking star and crescent and the three leopards or loggerheads on the Shrewsbury arms. There are very few arms for southern towns or cities, which is perhaps understandable as they were a northern firm, but why was Edinburgh included when all the rest were English examples? Whatever the reason this is a stylish set, size 63 x 36mm.
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Borough Arms 1900

Borough Arms 1900

Dexter - 30 in set

Catalogue Price £40.00 Special Offer £28.00

Monthly Auction:

412 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 August 2018 - Bids can be submitted by post, phone, fax, e-mail or through this website


Lot 108

Cricket lovers are spoilt for choice in this auction, but it is a sporting set of a different type that is our star item from among the 412 lots in this auction. This is lot 108  F & J Smith Football Club Records 1921-22, estimated in mostly good to very good condition at £750. The backs give details of the relevant league and results and the set includes Welsh and Scottish sides as well as English teams. A real glimpse into the past and well worth a bid. If you require further information about any lot in this auction please do not hesitate to get in touch on 01458 273452 or via cards@londoncigcard.co.uk


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August New Issues:

Below are just 2 of the 7 issues added to our stock this month, Click here to view them all

J.F.Sporting Collectibles Football Boston United 1st League Season 2002- 2003 (2002) Boston United 1st League Season 2002- 2003 (2002) LT24 - These cards were issued in celebration of Boston United being promoted to the Football League and picture colour head and shoulders portraits of the players including the then player-manager Neil Thompson and assistant-manager Neil Redfearn. Also included are Peter Costello who had also played for Peterborough and Lincoln, defender Peter Duffield, Stuart Balmer the former Oldham defender, strikers Tony Battersby and Anthony Elding, Scottish born Tom Bennett, Matt Hocking, midfielder Jamie Cook, goalie Paul Bastock, former Luton Town striker Stuart Douglas, left-back Ben Chapman etc. Sadly Boston didn’t stay long in the Football League and by May 2007 had been relegated, but these cards ensure this brief moment of glory will not be forgotten. Size 92 x 65mm
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Boston United 1st League Season 2002- 2003 (2002)

Boston United 1st League Season 2002- 2003 (2002)

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT24 in set

£16.00

Victoria Gallery Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Hollywood Moviemen Promotional Cards (Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jack Nicholson) 1993 Hollywood Moviemen Promotional Cards (Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jack Nicholson) 1993 L2 - Victoria Gallery really went all out to publicise their Hollywood Moviemen set by issuing two promotional cards instead of one and featuring two of the best-known actors. The cards contain good colour head and shoulder caricatures of the stars with ‘Promotional Card’ across one corner. Arnie, of course, is famous for his hard-man roles and can be found in many different card sets, whilst Jack is an Oscar nominated actor who has had a long and varied career. As well as acting he has written screenplays and also directed. The backs give plenty of detail and are size 80 x 62mm\r\n
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Hollywood Moviemen Promotional Cards (Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jack Nicholson) 1993

August Updates:

Odd Cards & Special Requests

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