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G D S Cards Animals & Wildlife Cattle Breeds 2007 Cattle Breeds 2007 EL4 - To the best of my knowledge this is the first series devoted to livestock since before the war. Pictured in colour are champion cows of four breeds, British Blonde, British Limousin, Hereford and Welsh Black, with their history and distinguishing characteristics described on the backs. I was surprised to discover that the British Linousin is now the largest numerical cattle breed, beef or dairy, in the UK with 35% of all calves born in the year 2006. Size 150 x 105mm
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Cattle Breeds 2007

Cattle Breeds 2007

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G D S Cards Military & Armed Forces Fusiliers by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008 Fusiliers by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008 EL4 - This is a series of four postcard size cards featuring groups of British Fusiliers in colour portraits dating from the late 19th/early 20th centuries, by Richard Simkin. The regiments are The Lancashires, the Royals, the Royal Inniskillings and the Royal Munsters. The comprehensive descriptive backs give their histories from inauguration to the present day. Size 148 x 103mm
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Fusiliers by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008

Fusiliers by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008

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G D S Cards Military & Armed Forces Military (1890-1905) by Richard Simkin 2008 Military (1890-1905) by Richard Simkin 2008 EL4 - Simkin’s attention to detail portraying soldiers from the late Victorian era is clearly demonstrated in these pictures of officers and men, mounted or on foot, from the Cameronians, Duke of York’s Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars, The Queen’s and Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry Cavalry, with their story told on the backs. Postcard size 148 x 103mm.
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Military (1890-1905) by Richard Simkin 2008

Military (1890-1905) by Richard Simkin 2008

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Finches by Butler and Frohawk (1899) 2010 Finches by Butler and Frohawk (1899) 2010 L20 - The colourful illustrations presented on these cards within an ornamental border are reproductions of printings by Butler and Frohawk at the end of the 19th century, with the birds as pairs showing male and female, or closely related variants. Finches are seed-eaters and they are found all over the world in one form or other, but those in this set are examples from the warmer climes of South America, Africa, Asia and Australia, with only one, the Scarlet Rose Finch having bred sporadically in the U.K., as revealed by the up-to-date texts on the backs describing distribution, habitat, etc., plus status such as “evaluated as Least Concern” Size 80 x 61mm.
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Finches by Butler and Frohawk (1899) 2010

Finches by Butler and Frohawk (1899) 2010

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Hummingbirds by M E Mulsant and J B E Verreaux (1876-77) 2010 Hummingbirds by M E Mulsant and J B E Verreaux (1876-77) 2010 L20 - Gerald Segasby has culled his illustrations from the work of 19th century naturalists which shows these amazing birds whose wings beat so fast they hum as they hover collecting nectar from flowers. All the species pictured are from South or Central America, although the Ruby-throated Hummingbird can nest as far north as Florida. The colour paintings also feature the plants on which the birds rely, and the texts provide some fascinating facts such as the Vervain’s nest being only the size of half a walnut shell. Size 80 x 61mm
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Hummingbirds by M E Mulsant and J B E Verreaux (1876-77) 2010
G D S Cards Flowers and the Garden Orchids by Robert Warner and Thomas Moore (1882) 2010 Orchids by Robert Warner and Thomas Moore (1882) 2010 L20 - It’s a fallacy to assume that orchids are restricted to the tropics. In the field next to my house hundreds of pyramid orchids and bee orchids flourish, and in this set of cards we see the Lady’s-slipper which flourishes in limestone areas across England. But the more exotic varieties which hale from South America and Asia are pictured on the other nineteen cards showing how extraordinarily diverse these plants are, and the lovely artwork does justice to the blooms whilst the text provide much factual information. Size 80 x 61mm
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Orchids by Robert Warner and Thomas Moore (1882) 2010
G D S Cards Military & Armed Forces Soldiers and Cavalry by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008 Soldiers and Cavalry by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008 EL6 - This set is in landscape format and draws upon the work of military artist Richard Simkin to portray British and Empire Troops from late Victorian times. For example, card no. 6 shows five soldiers from the smaller colonies (Borneo, Mauritius, Hong Kong etc) and card no. 3 depicts British officers with men from the Egyptian and Soudanese infantry. Descriptive backs. Size 148 x 103mm.
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Soldiers and Cavalry by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008
G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds of North America by John Cassin 2007 Birds of North America by John Cassin 2007 L20 - With such a wide range of habitats from hot arid deserts to the permanent snows of Alaska, it’s not surprising that North America is home to a huge variety of birds, each adapted to a different environment. Some of their names tell us where they are to be found – the Prairie Falcon, Canyon Wren, California Woodpecker and Cactus Wren, and the colour illustrations are combined with a comprehensive text. Size 80 x 62mm
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Birds of North America by John Cassin 2007

Birds of North America by John Cassin 2007

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds of The United States 2007 Birds of The United States 2007 L20 - The colour artwork shows each species either singly or with another bird against an appropriate background, tree branch, river bank etc, with a description of its appearance and distribution. One card is the ruby-throated Humingbird “its extremely short legs prevent it from walking or hopping. The best it can do is shuffle along a perch.” Size 80 x 61mm
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Birds of The United States 2007

Birds of The United States 2007

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths British Birds of Prey Series 1 2006 British Birds of Prey Series 1 2006 L20 - The artwork used to portray these magnificent birds has an antique look to it; the amount of detail in both subject and background is impressive. The texts describe the bird’s size and appearance, its distribution, habitat etc. Although called ‘British’ birds of prey, surprising inclusions are the Spotted Eagle which, as far as I know, has not been ‘spotted’ in this country, and the Iceland Falcon whose only sighting was in the Channel Islands in 1876. Size 80 x 62mm
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British Birds of Prey Series 1 2006

British Birds of Prey Series 1 2006

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths British Birds of Prey Series 2 2008 British Birds of Prey Series 2 2008 L20 - I for one hadn’t realised there were so many different birds of prey in this country, so this set is a real eye-opener. The fine artwork illustrates eagles, owls, harriers, hawks and falcons, among them the Merlin, Britain’s smallest bird of prey. I’m not too sure whether some of the subjects such as the Red-Footed Falcon and Griffin Vulture can be genuinely classed as ‘British’. Fully descriptive backs. Size 80 x 63mm.
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British Birds of Prey Series 2 2008

British Birds of Prey Series 2 2008

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths British Butterflies (1841) Series 1 2008 British Butterflies (1841) Series 1 2008 L20 - Gerald Segasby of G.D.S. Cards here reproduces a series of paintings by H.N. Humphreys, dating from 1841. Each shows two or three types of British butterfly with caterpillar and chrysalis together with the foliage of plants on which they live, with numbers on the picture referring to the appropriate line on the descriptive back. Typical is no. 14 illustrating the Peacock and Camberwell Beauty on Bedford Willow and Stinging Nettle. Size 80 x 63mm.
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British Butterflies (1841) Series 1 2008

British Butterflies (1841) Series 1 2008

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths British Butterflies (1841) Series 2 2008 British Butterflies (1841) Series 2 2008 L20 - These are a further twenty cards in the same manner as the first series. In both these sets the numbers on the illustrations are rather small and you may need a magnifier, especially for a card like no. 16 which has seventeen different references to find. Mr Humphreys the artist certainly knew his butterflies and these sets will make an interesting addition to a collection on that theme. Size 80 x 63mm.
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British Butterflies (1841) Series 2 2008

British Butterflies (1841) Series 2 2008

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G D S Cards Fish, Fishing & the Ocean British Fresh-Water Fish 2006 British Fresh-Water Fish 2006 L20 - Sensitively portrayed in colour artwork by A.F. Lydon, we see in this series many of the varieties of fish to be found in British rivers and lakes, from Salmon and Pike down to humble Dace and Gudgeon. In some cases more than one fish is depicted showing closely related species. The Rev. W. Houghton describes the fish’s characteristics, habitat, bait, etc and, for some, British record weights, more than 21kgs for the Pike! Size 80 x 62mm.
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British Fresh-Water Fish 2006

British Fresh-Water Fish 2006

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G D S Cards Ships & Shipping Clippers and Yachts 2007 Clippers and Yachts 2007 L20 - These are colour pictures of 19th century sailing vessels, mostly American, but including also the yacht “Cambria” winner of the 1870 Great Ocean Race against the American “Dauntless” (also in the set), and British yacht “Thistle” built specifically to challenge for the America’s Cup, unsuccessful. Descriptive backs give each ship’s history. Size 80 x 60mm
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Clippers and Yachts 2007

Clippers and Yachts 2007

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G D S Cards Dogs and Pets Dogs 2006 Dogs 2006 L20 - These colour pictures have a period look, demonstrated by the toy group where the Yorkshire Terrier, Italian Greyhound and Pug are shown in a formal setting with a Victoria-style tennis racquet and balls, and by the Terriers posing with a walking cane and gloves in the foreground. A mixture of singles, pairs and groups is an effective ploy which makes the series stand out from the other dogs sets. The texts describing various aspects of the breed give a suspicion of American origin. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Dogs 2006

Dogs 2006

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf Horses 2008 Horses 2008 L20 - More familiar territory for ex-jockey Gerald Segasby, responsible for previous equine card series, this latest set reproduces colour chromolithograph plates from “The Book of the Horse” published in 1874, with a brief description on the back. The wide variety includes 1864 Derby and St. Leger winner Blair Atholl, Stubb’s painting of Mambrino, a huntsman in full cry, carriage horses, Clydesdales and so on. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Horses 2008

Horses 2008

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G D S Cards Native North American Indians and Cowboys Indian Tribes of North America 2007 Indian Tribes of North America 2007 L20 - In more “portraits from the works of McKenney & Hall” we see braves and warriors from various tribes such as Sioux, Shawnee, Seminole and Choctaw, chiefs and prophets, women and the inventor of the Cherokee alphabet, all impeccably displayed in their colourful costumes and fully described on the card backs. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Indian Tribes of North America 2007

Indian Tribes of North America 2007

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Parakeets and Parrots (1903) by David Seth-Smith 2008 Parakeets and Parrots (1903) by David Seth-Smith 2008 L20 - GDS continues to employ artwork from more than a century ago as the basis for another card series, this time David Seth-Smith’s colourful illustrations of tropical birds, each showing either one or two specimens perched on a branch, whilst the backs describe their physical characteristics, diet, habitat and geographical range. Some are clearly coming under pressure for example, the White-eared Parakeet is in serious decline due to deforestation in Brazil. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Parakeets and Parrots (1903) by David Seth-Smith 2008
G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Poultry 2006 Poultry 2006 L20 - With the style of artwork matching the other GDS series in this review these cards in the main depict a pair of birds, a cock and a hen, for each of various chicken breeds, Cochins, Minorcas, Brahmas, Wyandottes, etc., backed by text which describes their origin, appearance and other characteristics, with references to the American Poultry Association, “the British” and “travelled across the country with the pioneers” implying an American source. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Poultry 2006

Poultry 2006

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Tropical Birds 2007 Tropical Birds 2007 L20 - This collection of colourful birds from the tropics includes a sprinkling of Cockatoos and Parrakeets, plus Birds of Paradise, Chinese Water Pheasant, Toucan, Hummingbirds etc., and perhaps surprisingly among ‘tropical birds’ the European Bee-Eater, which winters in warm climes but breeds as far north as northwest Europe. Size 80 x 61mm
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Tropical Birds 2007

Tropical Birds 2007

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf Trotters (American Style Horse Racing) 2006 Trotters (American Style Horse Racing) 2006 L20 - Trotting is an American style of racing where the horse pulls the jockey on a light-weight two (occasionally four) wheeled chariot, as we see in these colour pictures which are copies of Currier & Ives 19th century lithographs. Variable amounts of information on the backs may include sire and dam, owner, driver and record feat/s. Amongst them is the celebrated racing mare Pocahontas, who paced a mile in a record 2min17sec, and other champions from the 1960s to the 1890s. Size 80 x 62mm
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Trotters (American Style Horse Racing) 2006

Trotters (American Style Horse Racing) 2006

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds by C.R. Bree 2007 Birds by C.R. Bree 2007 L25 - Gerald Segasby of GDS Cards has chosen twenty-five examples from around the world, arranged alphabetically from the Black Headed Plover of Central Africa to the Willett, a large North American Sandpiper. In fact very few are visitors to our U.K shores (the Teal being one), so C.R. Bree’s colour artwork complimented with detailed descriptions on the backs will acquaint us with many unfamiliar species. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Birds by C.R. Bree 2007

Birds by C.R. Bree 2007

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds by Cassell (1860) 2007 Birds by Cassell (1860) 2007 L25 - I assume the 1860 in the title refers to the date when a Mr. Cassell painted these pictures of birds from around the globe. But the descriptions are very much up-to-date, telling us, for example, about the Puffins at the RSPB reserves and that the bird is on the Amber List for being at risk. Among the other subjects are the colourful like the Scarlet Macaw and the plain like the Blue Granal from the foothills of the Himalayas. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Birds by Cassell (1860) 2007

Birds by Cassell (1860) 2007

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths European Birds 2007 European Birds 2007 L20 - European they are, but all are to be found in the British Isles either as residents or visitors at one time of the year or another. The colour portraits surrounded by a blue border, feature a selection of land birds, some common such as the Bullfinch, Cuckoo and Swallows, others quite scarce like the Rose-Coloured Starling and the Mountain Sparrow. The backs describe their appearance, habitat, diet, migratory pattern etc. Size 80 x 68mm
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European Birds 2007

European Birds 2007

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf Famous Jockeys 2001 Famous Jockeys 2001 L20 - A ‘must’ for all racing-lovers, this is a set of colour photo head and shoulders portraits of top jockeys from 2000 and yesterday. Among the latter are Scobie, Breasley, Willie Carson, Frankie Durr and Walter Swinburn. Pat Eddery was still notching up wins as he approached the age of 50 and appears alongside ‘youngsters’ such as Tony Dobbin, Richard Johnson, Michael Kinane and Adrian Maguire. Extensive career details on the back. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Famous Jockeys 2001

Famous Jockeys 2001

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf Famous Trainers (Horse Racing) 2001 Famous Trainers (Horse Racing) 2001 L20 - Clive Brittain, Henry Cecil, Luca Cumani, John Dunlop, Josh Clifford, Michael Stoute and Somerset’s own Martin Pipe (who’s trained over 3000 winners – more than any other British trainer ever) are just a few of the big names pictured on these colour photo head and shoulders portraits with full details on the back. Size 80 x 62mm
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Famous Trainers (Horse Racing) 2001

Famous Trainers (Horse Racing) 2001

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Hawks and Owls of The America 2007 Hawks and Owls of The America 2007 L25 - Comprised of North American birds of prey, among them the iconic bald eagle, the burrowing owl which nests in holes made by badgers etc, or digs one for itself and the dwarf screech owl which typically weighs only six ounces, information gleaned from the cards backs. Size 80 x 61mm.
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Hawks and Owls of The America 2007

Hawks and Owls of The America 2007

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G D S Cards Native North American Indians and Cowboys Indian Chiefs of North America Series 1 2006 Indian Chiefs of North America Series 1 2006 L25 - Card depicting Native Americans are popular on both sides of the Atlantic, so these should go down well with collectors. The head and shoulders colour portraits feature chiefs from many Indian tribes including the Sioux, Cherokee, Pawnee and Winnebago from the late 18th and first half of the 19th century when white expansion westwards resulted in much territorial conflict and bloodshed, as we discover from the descriptive backs. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Indian Chiefs of North America Series 1 2006

Indian Chiefs of North America Series 1 2006

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G D S Cards Native North American Indians and Cowboys Indian Chiefs of North America Series 2 2007 Indian Chiefs of North America Series 2 2007 L25 - A follow-up to series 1, Series 2 introduces us to another twenty-five tribal leaders from the 18th and 19th century, this time in colour portraits from the works of McKenney & Hall. Mad Wolf, Crouching Eagle, The Snake and Big Elk were some of the names by which white men knew these chiefs, but some really did have European names, William McIntosh, Major Ridge, John Ross and David Vann and their stories are told on the card backs. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Indian Chiefs of North America Series 2 2007

Indian Chiefs of North America Series 2 2007

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G D S Cards Military & Armed Forces Light Infantries and Regiments by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008 Light Infantries and Regiments by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008 L25 - Here we have a selection of pictures reproducing Richard Simkin’s artwork illustrating infantry soldiers engaged in a variety of activities in defensive formation bayonets fixed, marching, on parade, at ease by the Pyramids, with regimental mascot etc. from such illustrious names as the Durham Light Infantry, Connaught Rangers and Welsh Regiment, twenty-five in all, with up-to-date histories on the backs. Size 80 x 62mm
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Light Infantries and Regiments by Richard Simkin (1890-1905) 2008
G D S Cards Animals & Wildlife Monkeys by J.G. Keulemans 2007 Monkeys by J.G. Keulemans 2007 L25 - J.G. Keulemans is the artist responsible for these pictures of monkeys from African, South America and South East Asia, plus the Orang-utan which is an ape rather than a monkey. The illustrations demonstrate the amazing diversity of this group of primates, and the texts, as well as describing their habitat, appearance and lifestyle, also brings us up-to-date on their risk status, such as the bald-headed Uakan being “considered ‘near threatened’ by the 2004 World Conservation Union Red List”. Size 80 x 61mm.
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Monkeys by J.G. Keulemans 2007

Monkeys by J.G. Keulemans 2007

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Parrots 2007 Parrots 2007 L25 - Parakeets, Cockatiel, Cockatoo, Macaws, Lovebirds and Parrots, not to mention Lories and Conures, are among the most exotic of tropical and sub-tropical birds and many are popular as cage birds. Some particularly fine specimens from every warm clime are pictured in this series including the extremely rare Golden Parrot (pictured) discovered by a Dr. Greene in a remote area of Brazil in 1887. Size 80 x 61mm
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Parrots 2007

Parrots 2007

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Poultry by Harrison Weir 1904 (2008) Poultry by Harrison Weir 1904 (2008) L25 - The ‘Harrison Weir 1904’ presumably points to the origin of these fine colour portraits of chickens, ducks and geese with descriptive backs written from a nineteenth century perspective. The names will be familiar to anyone with an interest in poultry, Plymouth Rocks, Black Orpingtons, White Leghorns, Aylesbury Ducks etc., and a note on the back of ‘Black-Breasted Derby Red Old English Game’ says the birds are “the property of Mr Harrison Weir”. Size 80 x 63mm.
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Poultry by Harrison Weir 1904 (2008)

Poultry by Harrison Weir 1904 (2008)

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G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Worlds Birds of Prey (1876) Series 2 2008 Worlds Birds of Prey (1876) Series 2 2008 L25 - This set includes Europe’s largest bird of prey the Sea Eagle, the Common Buzzard frequently to be seen circling the sky in this area of Somerset, Southern Europe’s Short-Toed Eagle (whose diet consists of snakes 95%!), Peregrines whose population is now recovering from a low point in the 1960s and a couple of birds which also appear in Series 1, the Marsh Harrier and Imperial Eagle, but with different illustrations and texts. Size 80 x 63mm
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Worlds Birds of Prey (1876) Series 2 2008

Worlds Birds of Prey (1876) Series 2 2008

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf Derby Winners 1953-1968 (1994) Derby Winners 1953-1968 (1994) L16 -
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Derby Winners 1953-1968 (1994)

Derby Winners 1953-1968 (1994)

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf Lester Piggotts Classic Winners 1994 Lester Piggotts Classic Winners 1994 L16 -
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Lester Piggotts Classic Winners 1994

Lester Piggotts Classic Winners 1994

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf 1950s Racehorse Winners 2008 1950s Racehorse Winners 2008 L25 - A new set from Gerald Segasby which contains a couple of National winners, Freebooter (1950) and Sundew (1957), among the twenty-five sepia photos of horses and jockeys in which we see also the likes of Gordon Richards on 1953 Derby winner Pinza and Lester Piggott on Never Say Die in the following year’s Derby. Incidentally, Sundew’s card back refers (rightly) to Fred Winter as the winning rider in the 1957 National, but also states Sundew won with Tim Maloney in 1952 (that race was won by Teal with A.P. Thompson on board). Size 80 x 63mm.
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1950s Racehorse Winners 2008

1950s Racehorse Winners 2008

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf 1960s Racehorse Winners 2007 1960s Racehorse Winners 2007 L20 - It was back in 1994 that G.D.S began issuing cards, and their early series were on racehorses, not surprising since Gerald D. Segasby (G D S) is an ex-jockey. This latest series in monochrome within an orange border features some pretty aristocratic horse-flesh including Derby winners (St. Paddy, Sea Bird, Royal Palace, Relko and Blakeney) and Grand National champions such as Team Spirit, Kilmore and Foinavon, with career histories on the backs. Size 80 x 63mm.
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1960s Racehorse Winners 2007

1960s Racehorse Winners 2007

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G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf 1970s Racehorse Winners 2007 1970s Racehorse Winners 2007 L25 - Ex-jockey Gerald Segasby returns to his beloved turf for inspiration with colourful photographs of brilliant thoroughbreds, among them some of the greatest names in horse-racing history, including three-times Grand National winner Red Rum, Lester Piggott’s 1970 Derby winner Nijinsky and twice Champion Hurdle winner Sea Pigeon, with details of their success on the backs. Size 80 x 62mm.
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1970s Racehorse Winners 2007

1970s Racehorse Winners 2007

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