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Sporting Profiles Football World Cup 1966 England 2002 World Cup 1966 England 2002 L15 - Sporting Profiles have taken a different approach to that of other set issuers. Beginning with a colour reproduction of the programme for the final on 30th July 1966, the series then takes us through a series of black and white action photos on which the ball is highlighted in orange (as in the opening credits for the TV programme “They Think It’s All Over”) finishing with Bobby Moore Holding aloft the Jules Rimet Trophey. Size 78 x 60mm.
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World Cup 1966 England 2002

World Cup 1966 England 2002

Sporting Profiles - L15 in set

£9.00

Sporting Profiles Football Charles Buchans Football Monthly Magazine Covers 2004 Charles Buchans Football Monthly Magazine Covers 2004 L20 - These are colour reproductions of magazine covers dating between 1954 and 1957, Charles Buchan’s Football Monthly, one shilling and sixpence (two shillings overseas), great football action with the likes of John Charles and Len Shackleton, some with special contents adverts – “no mean rivals – the story of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur” (June 1957), “World Cup Special” (July 1957) and “Special Cup Souvenir” (May 1955). The backs make up into a giant picture of boys playing football in the street. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Charles Buchans Football Monthly Magazine Covers 2004

Charles Buchans Football Monthly Magazine Covers 2004

Sporting Profiles - L20 in set

£9.50

Sporting Profiles Boxing Iron Mike Tyson 2004 Iron Mike Tyson 2004 L30 - At twenty he became the youngest world heavyweight champion in history. That was in 1986 and since then Brooklyn born Mike Tyson has been a controversial figure in and out of the ring. This series illustrates his career with colour reproductions of official programme covers, with details of his and his opponents on the backs, over a period of 17 years through to February 2003 when Iron Mike knocked out Etienne in round 1 by which time he had lost only four out of 55 contests. Included are two fights against Frank Bruno (both knockouts). Unnumbered size 78 x 60mm
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Iron Mike Tyson 2004

Iron Mike Tyson 2004

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing Larry Holmes Programme Covers 2006 Larry Holmes Programme Covers 2006 L36 - These programme covers tell an incredible story because they feature fights over a 25-year period from 1978 to 2002 during which “the Easton Assassin” Larry Holmes, fought all-comers to gain or defend, the world heavyweight championship. Included are the matches against Ali in 1980 and Tyson in 1988 and, of course, there’s plenty of that special boxing hype, “A September to Remember”, “Duel in the Dome”, “Star Wars” and so on. The backs make a picture of the champ. Size 78 x 64mm.
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Larry Holmes Programme Covers 2006

Larry Holmes Programme Covers 2006

Sporting Profiles - L36 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing Lennox Lewis Programme Covers 2006 Lennox Lewis Programme Covers 2006 L30 - “The birth of a champion. Be in at the beginning” says the programme for boxing at the Royal Albert Hall on 27th June 1989. Lennox Lewis duly won the contest with a knock-out in the second round. The series of colour reproductions takes us to 25 other fights, the latest being in Los Angeles in 2003 where Lewis again did the business, disposing of the Ukrainian Klitschko in round six. In between are matches against the likes of Tyson, Holyfield and Ruddock. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Lennox Lewis Programme Covers 2006

Lennox Lewis Programme Covers 2006

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Movie Idols Alfred Hitchcock 2005 Movie Idols Alfred Hitchcock 2005 L30 - When one of Hollywood’s most famous film directors, Alfred Hitchcock died, he had earned himself the title “master of suspense” for a string of thrillers spanning half a century, thirty of which are featured in these colour reproductions of contemporary cinema advertising posters, among them The 39 Steps, Dial M for Murder, Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest and The Birds. The cast and their roles are listed on the backs. Size 78 x 60mm
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Movie Idols Alfred Hitchcock 2005

Movie Idols Alfred Hitchcock 2005

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Movie Idols Errol Flynn 2004 Movie Idols Errol Flynn 2004 L30 - For their third series of Movie Idols, Sporting Profiles have chosen swash-buckling heartthrob, Australian-born Errol Flynn in colour reproductions of film posters from 1935 to 1959 starting with “Captain Blood” in which Basil Rathbone plays Captain Levasseur, via “The Adventures of Robin Hood”, Rathbone’s in this one too, and wartime “Desperate Journey” co-starring Ronald Reagan, through to the last film he made before he died in 1959, “Cuban Rebel Girls”. Cast details on the backs. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Movie Idols Errol Flynn 2004

Movie Idols Errol Flynn 2004

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Movie Idols Humphrey Bogart Films 2003 Movie Idols Humphrey Bogart Films 2003 L30 - These are colour reproductions of original cinema posters for thirty of Bogey’s films, beginning with ‘Call It Murder’ (1934), ending with the 1955 film ‘We’re No Angels’ and including cult movies such as ‘High Sierra’, ‘The Maltese Falcon’ and, of course, ‘Casablanca’, the premier Hollywood film from World War II plus ‘To Have and to Have Not’ where he met his fourth wife Lauren Bacall, ‘The Big Sleep’, ‘Key Largo’ and ‘The African Queen’ for which he won an Oscar for his role alongside Katherine Hepburn. Cast members are listed on the backs. Pure Nostalgia! Size 78 x 60mm.
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Movie Idols Humphrey Bogart Films 2003

Movie Idols Humphrey Bogart Films 2003

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Movie Idols John Wayne Series 2 (Cowboy Films) 2006 Movie Idols John Wayne Series 2 (Cowboy Films) 2006 L30 - Continuing the popular Movie Idols series this set features 30 reproductions of original cinema posters featuring the cowboy films of John Wayne. It has been said that nobody portrayed the cowboy better than John Wayne and all the favourite westerns are included such as The Sons of Katie Elder, which also starred Dean Martin, True Grit, Rio Bravo, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, How The West Was Won, Rooster Cogburn etc. Although titled Volume 2 this set has in fact been issued before Volume 1 (featuring his non-cowboy films). Size 78 x 60mm.
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Movie Idols John Wayne Series 2 (Cowboy Films) 2006

Movie Idols John Wayne Series 2 (Cowboy Films) 2006

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Movie Idols Marlon Brando 2004 Movie Idols Marlon Brando 2004 L30 - This card set follows the established format by illustrating in colour the posters advertising some of the star’s major films between 1950 and 1996, including “The Wild One”, “A Streetcar Named Desire”, “Mutiny on The Bounty”, “On The Waterfront”, “The Godfather”, “Last Tango in Paris” and “Apocalypse Now”, some of the most acclaimed and successful movies of our time. Size 78 x 60mm with cast members listed on the backs.
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Movie Idols Marlon Brando 2004

Movie Idols Marlon Brando 2004

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing Sugar Ray Robinson Programme Covers 2017 Sugar Ray Robinson Programme Covers 2017 L40 - American boxer Sugar Ray Robinson is remembered as one of the top boxers of all time. He was born Walker Smith Jr and turned professional in 1940 when just 19. In order to enter a tournament when still only 15 he borrowed the Amateur Athletic Union card of friend Ray Robinson and he continued to use the name. The ‘Sugar’ part was added when someone referred to him as ‘sweet as sugar’. These programme covers chart his boxing history starting in 1939, continuing through the late forties and early fifties when he held the welterweight title, his comeback from retirement in 1955 and ending with his fight against Armand Vanucci in 1963 which he won. The numbered backs have the name of his opponent and the year and result of his fight shown over a black and white picture of the great man. A lovely set for boxing fans. Size 88 x 60mm
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Sugar Ray Robinson Programme Covers 2017

Sugar Ray Robinson Programme Covers 2017

Sporting Profiles - L40 in set

£10.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing Henry Cooper 1997 Henry Cooper 1997 L40 -
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Henry Cooper 1997

Henry Cooper 1997

Sporting Profiles - L40 in set

£10.50

Sporting Profiles Boxing Muhammad Ali Sports Illustrated 2002 Muhammad Ali Sports Illustrated 2002 L30 - This is not the first time Sporting Profiles have showcased Ali. For this set they have achieved amazingly good quality colour reproductions of Muhammad’s (or Cassius Clay as he was) numerous appearances on the front cover of Sports Illustrated in the run-up to some of his big fights. “Did you know” backs come up with some interesting facts about this flamboyant showman and hugely talented boxer. Size 78 x 60mm
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Muhammad Ali Sports Illustrated 2002

Muhammad Ali Sports Illustrated 2002

Sporting Profiles - L30 in set

£12.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing The Greatest Muhammad Ali 1993 The Greatest Muhammad Ali 1993 L50 - This set celebrates the achievements of the legendary boxer who was born Cassius Marcellus Clay in January 1942, but changed his name in 1964 after converting to Islam. The colour pictures are taken from fight posters and programmes whilst the backs are full of information about his career and life. Included is the programme for the 1960 Olympics in Rome where he became Olympic light-heavyweight champion. Immediately after this success Ali turned professional and the rest, as they say, is history. Supremely talented and famed for his outrageous self-promotion he won 56 of his fights, but is most famous for the so called “Thriller in Manilla” against Joe Frazier which he won but only after 14 rounds. This is a comprehensive set which takes us on a journey from Rome all the way to his last fight in 1981. What a boxer, what a set! Cards size 78 x 60mm.
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The Greatest Muhammad Ali 1993

The Greatest Muhammad Ali 1993

Sporting Profiles - L50 in set

£12.00

Sporting Profiles Boxing Joe Louis A Career History 2000 Joe Louis A Career History 2000 L25 - These are colour pictures of programme covers recording the career of Joe Louis, the Brown Bomber, thought by many to be the greatest heavyweight champion of all time. Starting with the fight against Carnera at the Yankee Stadium in June 1935, via the famous ‘Aryan supremacy’ match against \\r\\nMax Schmelling to his defeast by Rocky Marciano in October 1951, beaten by ‘Father Time’, but it was only the third time he had lost in 31 fights. Text and match ticket picture on the numbered backs. Size 80 x 60mm.
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Joe Louis A Career History 2000

Joe Louis A Career History 2000

Sporting Profiles - L25 in set

£12.50

 
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