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Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards People and Places 1965 People and Places 1965 25 - This colourful little set depicts scenes from around the world so for instance we see a map of Japan with girls in traditional dress or the Islands of Samoa with native dancers. Among the other people and places featured are Masai Warriors of East Africa, South Americans of the Andes Mountains, cowboys in the South of France, Beduins of the Middle East and Eskimos of the Arctic regions. There are some curious inclusions though like the card for India which is a vast country is full of colourful regional differences but is represented only by a Mahout and his elephant. Also considering there is a whole world to choose from why include a man and his coracle from Ireland or a bullock sleigh in Madeira and the card for Salvador does not even feature people just an erupting volcano. That said there is plenty to enjoy about these cards which are backed by interesting facts about the regions featured. This set was also issued by Askeys, Barratt & Co, Browne Bros., Clover Dairies, Gowers & Burgons, Hitchman’s Dairies, Lamberts Tea, Ringtons Ltd and Wilcocks & Wilcocks and these are the same except for the company name on the reverse. The cards are size 65 x 35mm.
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People and Places 1965

People and Places 1965

Barratt - 25 in set

£4.00

Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards What Do You Know? 1964 What Do You Know? 1964 25 -
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What Do You Know? 1964

What Do You Know? 1964

Barratt - 25 in set

£4.00

Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards Wisecracks 1st Series 1969 Wisecracks 1st Series 1969 50 - This set pictures humorous colour cartoons with a mixture of jokes, tricks and puzzles and limericks on the reverse. For instance the card picturing a doctor visiting a patient says on the back “Doctor: You’re coughing more easily this morning.. Patient: So I should be I’ve been practising all night” or “What does the big flower say to the little flower? Hiya, Bud”. Tricks include turning a glass upside down without spilling water, making a stamp disappear and telling a card by magic, whilst puzzles include how to turn a Z into a rectangle or cross and converting symbols into words etc. This would be an ideal set to help you entertain children or grandchildren over the holidays. Cards size 66 x 35mm.
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Wisecracks 1st Series 1969

Wisecracks 1st Series 1969

Barratt - 50 in set

£5.00

Barratt Animals & Wildlife Animals in the Service of Man 1964 Animals in the Service of Man 1964 25 -
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Animals in the Service of Man 1964

Animals in the Service of Man 1964

Barratt - 25 in set

£6.00

Barratt Birds, Butterflies & Moths Butterflies and Moths 1960 Butterflies and Moths 1960 25 -
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Butterflies and Moths 1960

Butterflies and Moths 1960

Barratt - 25 in set

£6.00

Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards Wunders de Welt 1968 Wunders de Welt 1968 50 -
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Wunders de Welt 1968

Wunders de Welt 1968

Barratt - 50 in set

£7.50

Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards Head-Dresses of the World 1962 Head-Dresses of the World 1962 25 -
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Head-Dresses of the World 1962

Head-Dresses of the World 1962

Barratt - 25 in set

£9.00

Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards Wonders of the World 1962 Wonders of the World 1962 50 -
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Wonders of the World 1962

Wonders of the World 1962

Barratt - 50 in set

£9.00

Barratt Native North American Indians and Cowboys The Wild West 1963 The Wild West 1963 25 - This excellent colour set pictures the life and difficulties of living in the old American west where the natives were often hostile, the journey long and the risk of cattle stampeding or drowning in swollen rivers was high. We meet characters such as Buffalo Bill, Custer, Geronimo, Wild Bill Hickok, Davy Crockett, Jesse James and Sitting Bull, follow cowboys as they round up and brand cattle or gamble in a saloon, see a gold prospector at work and look at how native tribes lived. The numbered backs contain plenty of interesting facts. Plenty to appeal to any fan of the old west. This set is also issued by Sweetule both with heavy serif on its title. Size 65 x 35mm.
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The Wild West 1963

The Wild West 1963

Barratt - 25 in set

£10.00

Barratt Aviation & Space Space Mysteries 1966 Space Mysteries 1966 25 - This set was issued in 1966 in the middle of the space race between America and Russia, but this largely concentrates on unidentified flying objects, U.F.Os, mostly in the form of ‘flying saucer’ sightings in Britain and the U.S.A. Apparently as far back as the ancient Egyptians floating circular craft were seen descending from the heavens and Native American legends tell of gods visiting in circular ships. The colour pictures are backed by interesting text on the reverse. Issued with “Space Man Bubble Gum Cigarettes” these cards are size 64 x 35mm.
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Space Mysteries 1966

Space Mysteries 1966

Barratt - 25 in set

£12.50

Barratt Railways Trains of the World 1964 Trains of the World 1964 50 - This set contains colourful train pictures with plenty of information on the subject on the reverse. A large section are British including British Railways’ Diesel Pullman, ‘Flying Scotsman’ express, night ferry between Dover and Dunkirk, Class A4 Pacific, the Festiniog Railway in North Wales and a London Transport District Line Train. Among the foreign entries are a French electric loco which beat the speed record, a German Federal Railway ‘Trans-Europe-Express’, Swiss Lötschberg Railway AE 8/8 Electric which hauls freight through the Alps, an Italian State Railway Type ETR300 Electric with glass fronted passenger observation saloon at the front, Spanish Talgo Train, Swedish State Railways ‘Paprika’ train so called due to its red colour, the Japanese ‘Kodama’ Express which had only just come into service in 1964, American Union Pacific Gas Turbine Locomotive, the ‘Trans-Australia Express’ which has the longest stretch of straight track, Pakistan Western Railway’s ‘Khyber Mail’ and Russian Railways’ Type TE3/TE7 Diesel locomotive which weighs a massive 252 tons. With good pictures and interesting facts on the reverse this is ideal for any train buff. Size 65 x 35mm
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Trains of the World 1964

Trains of the World 1964

Barratt - 50 in set

£17.50

Barratt Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Tarzan 1967 Tarzan 1967 50 - The Edgar Rice Burroughs tale of an orphaned child who is raised by apes continues to provide material for films even today. Maybe it is because despite being found by his grandfather and returned to so-called civilisation he remained a wild-man and later returned to Africa where there was always some drama awaiting that required his special talents and bond with the animals. This set of colourful cartoons was based on the 1966 TV show which starred Ron Ely as the legendary apeman who along with chimp Cheeta and small boy known as Jai battles poachers and hostile tribes etc. The action pictures are accompanied by plenty of information on the numbered backs. An excellent set with cards size 65 x 35mm.
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Tarzan 1967

Tarzan 1967

Barratt - 50 in set

£20.00

Barratt Railways Trains 1970 Trains 1970 50 -
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Trains 1970

Trains 1970

Barratt - 50 in set

£20.00

Barratt Sports Miscellaneous Famous Sportsmen 1971 (23 different cards from the set of 50 27 scarce cards not included) Famous Sportsmen 1971 (23 different cards from the set of 50 27 scarce cards not included) 23 out of 50 - Some cards are commoner than others. A list of these commoner cards included in this part set are listed below: No. 2 Bill Lawry (Cricket) No. 3 Bill Hillier (Rugby) No. 5 Colin Cowdrey (Cricket) No. 9 John Edrich (Cricket) No. 10 Marian Coates (Show Jumping) No. 15 John Surtees (Motor Racing) No. 22 Peter Thomson (Golf) No. 23 Jochen Rindt (Motor Racing) No. 26 Lynn Davies (Athletics) No. 27 Tony Jacklin (Golf) No. 29 David Hemery (Athletics) No. 31 Kip Keino (Athletics) No. 32 Walter McGowan (Boxing) No. 35 Mick McManus (Wrestling) No. 36 Diane Rowe (Table Tennis) No. 38 George Best (Football) No. 42 Wyn Davies (Football) No. 43 Iain Stewart (Athletics) No. 44 Billy Bremner (Football) No. 46 Henry Cooper (Boxer) No. 47 Gary Sobers (Cricket) No. 48 Peter Pollock (Cricket) No. 49 Alan Mullery (Football)
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Famous Sportsmen 1971 (23 different cards from the set of 50 27 scarce cards not included)
Barratt Amazing Black Friday to Cyber Monday Deals Soldiers of the World 1966 Soldiers of the World 1966 50 - This set contains colour pictures of British, European and American soldiers in uniforms from the 18th century to the 1960s. Having said that over half of the set are British examples and most of these are from the 1960s. The numbered descriptive backs give regimental histories, battle honours and interesting facts. For instance we are told the French Foreign Legion wear a hat with sides known as a Kepi which offered protection against the hot North African sun. Interesting inclusions are a U.S. Military Policeman of the 1st Cavalry Division which was dismounted in 1942, a scruffy looking officer of Wurmser’s Free Corps., Austria 1793 who we are told has disregarded dress regulations, a French officer 1814 who’s uniform is described as the most elegant of all time, but not the most practical for action, a Prussian officer of Cuirassier Regiment No. 3 (1862) who’s helmet had a detachable silver eagle, a U.S. paratrooper from 1944, a private of the Gordon Highlanders, a WWII German infantry-man, a 1960s Trumpeter, King’s Troop of the Royal Horse Artillery, a Sergeant of the Glider Pilot Regiment formed in 1942 and a 1960s officer of the Royal Tank Regiment whose motto we are told is “Fear Naught”. An interesting set. Cards size 66 x 35mm. This set was also issued by Wiko with German text.
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Soldiers of the World 1966

Soldiers of the World 1966

Barratt - 50 in set

£25.00

Barratt Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Tom and Jerry 1971 Tom and Jerry 1971 50 - In August 1940, Hanna and Barbera joined forces to direct the furry feline and mouse in their first six-minute cinema cartoon ?Puss Gets the Boot? which was an instant success and was nominated for an Academy Award. Other cartoons quickly followed, the hilarious cat and mouse antics providing much-needed laughter during the darkest years of the war, and in 1944, Jerry won audiences? hearts when he danced a sequence with Gene Kelly in the musical ?Anchors Aweigh?. The comic duo continued to delight the critics too, and in 1953 they awarded their eighth Oscar. Tom and Jerry?s lives changed in 1958 when MGM?s animation studios closed, a move which motivated Hanna and Barbera to start up their own television production company which not only originated new cartoons, but also re-animated many of the old ones. Kids, of course, love Tom and Jerry, so its hardly surprising to find Barratt?s issuing a series of fifty cards featuring the cartoon favourites, with their sweet cigarettes back in 1971, each colour picture being a self-evident situation in which Tom usually comes of worst, with a suitable description on the back. Size 67 x 36mm
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Tom and Jerry 1971

Tom and Jerry 1971

Barratt - 50 in set

£25.00

Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards Wisecracks 2nd Series 1970 Wisecracks 2nd Series 1970 50 -
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Wisecracks 2nd Series 1970

Wisecracks 2nd Series 1970

Barratt - 50 in set

£25.00

Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards Wisecracks 3rd Series 1971 Wisecracks 3rd Series 1971 50 -
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Wisecracks 3rd Series 1971

Wisecracks 3rd Series 1971

Barratt - 50 in set

£25.00

Barratt Military - General Series Warriors Through the Ages 1962 Warriors Through the Ages 1962 25 -
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Warriors Through the Ages 1962

Warriors Through the Ages 1962

Barratt - 25 in set

£30.00

Barratt Football Famous Footballers Series A.15 1967 Famous Footballers Series A.15 1967 50 - This set is a veritable who’s who in the top ranks of British football in the sixties including many of the legendary players who achieved the “ultimate goal” of winning the World Cup at Wembley on July 30th 1966. As well as Bobby Charlton, Martin Peters, Roger Hunt, Nobby Stiles, Bobby Moore, Ray Wilson and George Cohen the set also includes Jimmy Greaves, Jimmy Armfield, Billy Bremner, Peter Bonetti, Denis Law and Terry Venables – now that’s was you call a dream team! All are shown in colour head and shoulders shots with team logo at the bottom and interesting fact filled text on the reverse. Pure football nostalgia. Cards size 65 x 35mm
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Famous Footballers Series A.15 1967

Famous Footballers Series A.15 1967

Barratt - 50 in set

£50.00

Barratt Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Thunderbirds 2nd Series 1967 Thunderbirds 2nd Series 1967 50 - Gerry Anderson’s “Thunderbirds” exploded onto our monochrome television screens in 1965 to resounding applause and rapidly became part of popular culture. The programme makers exploited its success by licensing all kinds of products to use the brand name, one of which was confectionery, hence Barratt’s “Thunderbirds” sweet cigarettes. These sweets contained cards based on the TV show, the first series of which was issued in 1966 and this series which was issued in 1967. This 2nd Series of cards contains colour photographs from the original TV show and the backs are full of facts about the fictional Tracy family and their friends who run an international rescue organisation from their secret island home. These cards are highly collectable as cult memorabilia far beyond the card collecting hobby so don’t miss your chance to get this attractive set. Cards size 65 x 35mm.
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Thunderbirds 2nd Series 1967

Thunderbirds 2nd Series 1967

Barratt - 50 in set

£50.00

Barratt Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Robin Hood 1961 Robin Hood 1961 30 -
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Robin Hood 1961

Robin Hood 1961

Barratt - 30 in set

£90.00

Barratt Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957 Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957 50 -
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Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957

Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957

Barratt - 50 in set

£275.00

 
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