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Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Christmas Greeting Card 1938 Christmas Greeting Card 1938 1 -
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Christmas Greeting Card 1938

Christmas Greeting Card 1938

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£2.50

Churchman Cigarette and Tobacco Packets c1940 Tenner Medium empty 10s cigarette packet c1940 Tenner Medium empty 10s cigarette packet c1940 1 -
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Tenner Medium empty 10s cigarette packet c1940
Churchman Golf Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989) Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989) L12 -
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Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989)

Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989)

Churchman - L12 in set

£6.00

Churchman Reprinted Series Interesting Door Knockers 1928 (CCS reprint 2000) Interesting Door Knockers 1928 (CCS reprint 2000) 25 - You would be forgiven for thinking this unusual set, originally produced in 1928, but reprinted in 2000, would be a study of ornate door fittings and whilst this is true in some cases many of the knockers are rather plain. The key to why these were included is that they adorned the door of a well-known building or a building where someone famous lived. For instance card number 25 features a knocker at Windsor Castle, whilst the simple knocker on card number 8 is revealed to come from the house where Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist. Another, at Craven Street, Charing Cross, takes the form of a head and may have been the inspiration for Marley’s Ghost in another Dickens tale, the Christmas Carol. That is quite a rare knocker, but by no means as unusual as that at Chepstow Castle which is an ancient cannonball suspended on two massive chain links. With plenty of interesting facts on the numbered backs this is a fascinating set. Size 68 x 36
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Interesting Door Knockers 1928 (CCS reprint 2000)
Churchman Reprinted Series Pipes of the World 1927 (CCS reprint 2000) Pipes of the World 1927 (CCS reprint 2000) 25 - Originally issued in 1927, this highly unusual set depicts what it says, an incredible variety of pipes used for smoking by people from all over the world. Now available as a reprint size 68 X 36mm
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Pipes of the World 1927 (CCS reprint 2000)

Pipes of the World 1927 (CCS reprint 2000)

Churchman - 25 in set

£6.50

Churchman Reprinted Series Eastern Proverbs 1st Series (CCS reprint 2001) Eastern Proverbs 1st Series (CCS reprint 2001) 25 - This charming little set originally issued in 1931, but reprinted in 2001, features colourful illustrations of ancient proverbs from the East. The informative backs give us an idea of the meaning and also compares similar sayings from other countries including Britain. For instance the Indian proverb ‘Call on God, but row away from the rocks’ is compared to the Persian ‘Trust in Allah but spread not your prayer-carpet in a wet place and Cromwell’s ‘Trust in God but keep your powder dry’. The meaning of some is obvious just from the pictures and text on the front such as ‘Look at the mother before becoming engaged to the daughter’ however some are more obscure such as ‘Picking up a large stone is a sign it won’t be thrown’ or ‘Look the other way when the girl at the tea house smiles’. A lovely set size 68 x 36mm.
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Eastern Proverbs 1st Series (CCS reprint 2001)

Eastern Proverbs 1st Series (CCS reprint 2001)

Churchman - 25 in set

£8.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Howlers 1936 Howlers 1936 L16 - It’s not hard to understand the popularity of Howlers. The schoolboy type of unconscious humour is a real classic. The colour illustrations are funny enough in themselves and the misunderstood definitions on the backs are highly entertaining. The artist Rene Bull had worked previously for Churchmans producing the successful Eastern Proverbs series issued between 1931 and 1934. The detail and characterisation in the Howlers pictures make this set a true classic. Size 82 x 63mm
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Howlers 1936

Howlers 1936

Churchman - L16 in set

£8.00

Churchman Boxing Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990) Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990)

Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990)

Churchman - 50 in set

£8.50

Churchman Reprinted Series Frisky 1935 (reprint 1994) Frisky 1935 (reprint 1994) 52 -
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Frisky 1935 (reprint 1994)

Frisky 1935 (reprint 1994)

Churchman - 52 in set

£8.50

Churchman Railways Landmarks in Railway Progress 1931 (reprint 1994) Landmarks in Railway Progress 1931 (reprint 1994) 50 -
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Landmarks in Railway Progress 1931 (reprint 1994)
Churchman Golf Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989/1993) Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989/1993) 50 -
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Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989/1993)

Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989/1993)

Churchman - 50 in set

£8.50

Churchman Dogs and Pets Racing Greyhounds 1934 (reprint 1989) Racing Greyhounds 1934 (reprint 1989) 50 -
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Racing Greyhounds 1934 (reprint 1989)

Racing Greyhounds 1934 (reprint 1989)

Churchman - 50 in set

£8.50

Churchman Reprinted Series Pioneers (unissued) 1956 (reprint 2000) Pioneers (unissued) 1956 (reprint 2000) 50 - Originated in the mid 1950s but never released, this series has now been produced as a re-print. The colour pictures in a mixture of vertical and horizontal format depict pioneers in a variety of fields - Science, medicine, aviation, exploration etc from Christopher Columbus to Baden Powell. The most up-to-date illustrations being of a Consul motor car on the assembly line at Dagenham with Henry Ford inset, and a Royal Navy helicopter on the Igor Sikorsky card. All cards numbered and text on the back. Size 68x36mm
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Pioneers (unissued) 1956 (reprint 2000)

Pioneers (unissued) 1956 (reprint 2000)

Churchman - 50 in set

£9.50

Churchman Cricket Cricketers 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) Cricketers 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Originally produced in 1936, this series of oval head and shoulders colour portraits features some of the great names in pre-war English cricket including Verity, Sutcliffe, Ames and Hammond, with backs recalling some find performances for county and country. Now available as a reprint Size 68 x 36mm
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Cricketers 1936 (CCS reprint 1999)

Cricketers 1936 (CCS reprint 1999)

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£10.00

Churchman Reprinted Series In Town To-Night 1938 (CCS reprint 1999) In Town To-Night 1938 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - In the 1930,s the Saturday evening radio show was ‘In Town Tonight’ which began with the cry of a Piccadilly flower seller in the background as “we stop the roar of London’s traffic.” The recording was the voice of Mrs Emma Baker whose picture appears on card no. 2 in Churchman’s 1938 series of fifty, which takes its title from the programme. The basis of the show, and the cards, was to meet people from all walks of life who happened to be in London that night. So on these cards we meet the likes of Cyclone Danny Carter, the international stunt rider; John Tussaud, Madame Tussaud’s great grandson; Christina Foyle of booksellers fame; Dante, the master magician; Prince Monolulu, the racing tipster; Captain Slocum, British Airways pilot; and engine-driver William Hagland who apparently used the cigarette card of himself to prove his identity when appearing as a witness in court. Size 68 x 36mm. This is the reprinted issue originally issued in 1938
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In Town To-Night 1938 (CCS reprint 1999)

In Town To-Night 1938 (CCS reprint 1999)

Churchman - 50 in set

£10.00

Churchman Reprinted Series Story of Navigation 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) Story of Navigation 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - When Queen Mary launched the new Cunard liner which bore her name in September 1934 it was like a tonic for a nation emerging from the long years of the depression. The superb vessel marked the latest chapter in a struggle to conquer the sea, a story which had begun thousands of years earlier when primitive man first crossed a river by floating on a log. It was these two extremes which Churchmans chose for the first and last cards in this series. The set continues with a Welsh coracle, a Viking ship and an Elizabethan galleon as well as Nelson’s flagship “Victory” which is now preserved at Portsmouth for all to admire. Also included are the magnificent clipper “Cutty Sark” which is still a major tourist attraction at Greenwich, “S.S. Great Britain” which is permanently on display in Bristol as a lasting tribute to Isambard Kingdom Brunel her talented designer plus great liners of the 20th century such as “Mauretania” which for more than 20 years was the speed queen of the North Atlantic and of course, the “Queen Mary” which is now a tourist attraction at Long Beach, California. You can re-live these great moments in maritime history with this finely produced colour series with plenty of facts on the reverse. These cards are size 67 x 36mm. This set was originally printed in 1936.
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Story of Navigation 1936 (CCS reprint 1999)

Story of Navigation 1936 (CCS reprint 1999)

Churchman - 50 in set

£10.00

Churchman Royalty The Kings Coronation 1937 The Kings Coronation 1937 L15 - Produced early in 1937 to mark the then forthcoming ceremony of The Kings Coronation at Westminster Abbey by means of a fine series of colour pictures tracing the historical connections, and featuring the regalia, robes and regal trappings which make the coronation such a glittering occasion. Size 80 x 62mm
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The Kings Coronation 1937

The Kings Coronation 1937

Churchman - L15 in set

£12.00

Churchman Royalty The Kings Coronation 1937 The Kings Coronation 1937 50 - Produced early in 1937 to mark the then forthcoming ceremony of The Kings Coronation at Westminster Abbey by means of a fine series of colour pictures tracing the historical connections, and featuring the regalia, robes and regal trappings which make the coronation such a glittering occasion. Size 68 x 36mm
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The Kings Coronation 1937

The Kings Coronation 1937

Churchman - 50 in set

£12.50

Churchman Reprinted Series The Kings Coronation 1937 (CCS Reprint 2001) The Kings Coronation 1937 (CCS Reprint 2001) 50 - This is a reprint of the 1937 set featuring the coronation of His Majesty King George V. This colourful set comprehensively covers everything relating to the coronation including the King in imperial robes, legends and traditions associated with the ceremony, scenes from inside Westminster Abbey, the regalia used, royal buildings and even the Royal State Barge. The card backs are full of fascinating facts, for instance we learn that in former days a royal herbwoman was appointed to ensure sweet smelling herbs were strewn along the route to mask unpleasant odours or that royal ornaments are brought to the Jerusalem Chamber in Westminster Abbey the day before the coronation where they remain under guard until the ceremony. Size 68 by 36mm
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The Kings Coronation 1937 (CCS Reprint 2001)

The Kings Coronation 1937 (CCS Reprint 2001)

Churchman - 50 in set

£12.50

Churchman Ships & Shipping The Story of Navigation 1935 The Story of Navigation 1935 L12 -
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The Story of Navigation 1935

The Story of Navigation 1935

Churchman - L12 in set

£15.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Howlers 1937 Howlers 1937 40 -
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Howlers 1937

Howlers 1937

Churchman - 40 in set

£16.00

Churchman Military - General Series R A F At Work 1938 (reprint 1995) R A F At Work 1938 (reprint 1995) M48 - This shows personnel and planes going about their business just before the outbreak of the Second World War. The well-rounded look at life in the R.A.F includes men relaxing in the Airmen’s Club at Abu Sueir in Egypt, lowering a float-plane onto the sea, parachute jumping, cooks at work, fabric workers covering a wing, refueling a plane in the desert, engine maintenance, fitting torpedoes, inspecting a Vickers ‘Wellesley’ Bomber etc. It shows too the range of vehicles used by the R.A.F on land such as fire engines, armoured cars and motor boats. The numbered backs give plenty of information on the roles and duties of staff. For instance a Wireless Operator must also know about electricity and be capable of manufacturing the less complicated parts of wireless equipment. Size 68 x 53mm
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R A F At Work 1938 (reprint 1995)

R A F At Work 1938 (reprint 1995)

Churchman - M48 in set

£16.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Eastern Proverbs 4th Series 1934 Eastern Proverbs 4th Series 1934 L12 - Churchman produced a number of sets of Eastern Proverbs and is their 4th Series of 12 large cards produced in 1934. The humorous colour artwork ilustrates proverbs from India, Arabia, China etc. such as “The house with two mistresses is unswept”, “The washerwoman knows the defects of the village” or “The woman who sells fans often shades her eyes with her hand”. The backs give further information on the saying and relate it to similar maxims from other parts of the world including Britain. For instance “It’s no use calling the tiger to chase away the dog” equates to our “out of the frying pan into the fire”. Many of the themes are universal although “The rain of tears is necessary for the harvest of learning” might be frowned upon these days referring as it does to the beating of children to encourage them to learn. The well known western equivalent of this proverb is “Spare the rod and spoil the child”. These detailed and entertaining cards are a worthy addition to any collection and are sure to raise a chuckle.Size 82 x 63mm
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Eastern Proverbs 4th Series 1934

Eastern Proverbs 4th Series 1934

Churchman - L12 in set

£18.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Legends of Britain 1936 Legends of Britain 1936 L12 -
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Legends of Britain 1936

Legends of Britain 1936

Churchman - L12 in set

£18.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Treasure Trove 1935 Treasure Trove 1935 L12 - The discovery of treasure always creates excitement, none more so than when it is the subject of mystery and legend, as when Howard Carter opened Tut-Ankh-Amen'stomb in 1922 - you may recall Lord Carnarvon, Carter's associate, died in mysterious circumstances in Egypt a few month's later, a victim of the Pharoah's curse, they say. Howard Carter is pictured opening the boy king's solid gold coffin on the first card in Churchman's series of 12 large size Treasure Trove cards, a fascinating series which illustrates and describes several historic finds including silver-ware buried at Pompeii ever since Vesuvius erupted in A.D.79, the Stoke Prior hoard discovered in a Herefordshire rabbit burrow by a man ferreting in 1891, the Iron Agebronzes recovered from the bed of the River Thames when Batterseaand Waterloo Bridges were being built, and Sir Mortimer Wheeler's discovery of Wonderful mosaics at Verulamium, the Roman city near St Albans. We also learn that in 1928 Mussolini ordered the draining of Lake Nemi near Naples so that two imperial Roman galleys belonging to the Emperor Tiberius - floating palaces complete with marble baths and swimming pools - could be reclaimed, whilst two of the cards are given over to the then greatest ever feat of maritime salvage, the recovery of tons of gold bullion from the wreck of the P & O liner 'Egypt' lying on the floor of the Atlantic after a collision in 1922. All are thrilling stories, with superb colour illustrations. Size 82 x 63mm
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Treasure Trove 1935

Treasure Trove 1935

Churchman - L12 in set

£18.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Eastern Proverbs 1st Series 1931 Eastern Proverbs 1st Series 1931 25 - This charming little set originally issued in 1931, features colourful illustrations of ancient proverbs from the East. The informative backs give us an idea of the meaning and also compares similar sayings from other countries including Britain. For instance the Indian proverb ‘Call on God, but row away from the rocks’ is compared to the Persian ‘Trust in Allah but spread not your prayer-carpet in a wet place and Cromwell’s ‘Trust in God but keep your powder dry’. The meaning of some is obvious just from the pictures and text on the front such as ‘Look at the mother before becoming engaged to the daughter’ however some are more obscure such as ‘Picking up a large stone is a sign it won’t be thrown’ or ‘Look the other way when the girl at the tea house smiles’. A lovely set size 68 x 36mm. The set was also reprinted in 2001,
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Eastern Proverbs 1st Series 1931

Eastern Proverbs 1st Series 1931

Churchman - 25 in set

£20.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards In Town Tonight 1938 In Town Tonight 1938 50 - In the 1930,s the Saturday evening radio show was ‘In Town Tonight’ which began with the cry of a Piccadilly flower seller in the background as “we stop the roar of London’s traffic.” The recording was the voice of Mrs Emma Baker whose picture appears on card no. 2 in Churchman’s 1938 series of fifty, which takes its title from the programme. The basis of the show, and the cards, was to meet people from all walks of life who happened to be in London that night. So on these cards we meet the likes of Cyclone Danny Carter, the international stunt rider; John Tussaud, Madame Tussaud’s great grandson; Christina Foyle of booksellers fame; Dante, the master magician; Prince Monolulu, the racing tipster; Captain Slocum, British Airways pilot; and engine-driver William Hagland who apparently used the cigarette card of himself to prove his identity when appearing as a witness in court. Size 68 x 36mm
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In Town Tonight 1938

In Town Tonight 1938

Churchman - 50 in set

£20.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Modern Wonders 1938 Modern Wonders 1938 M48 -
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Modern Wonders 1938

Modern Wonders 1938

Churchman - M48 in set

£20.00

Churchman Ships & Shipping The Story of Navigation 1936 The Story of Navigation 1936 50 - When Queen Mary launched the new Cunard liner which bore her name in September 1934 it was like a tonic for a nation emerging from the long years of the depression. The superb vessel marked the latest chapter in a struggle to conquer the sea, a story which had begun thousands of years earlier when primitive man first crossed a river by floating on a log. It was these two extremes which Churchmans chose for the first and last cards in this series. The set continues with a Welsh coracle, a Viking ship and an Elizabethan galleon as well as Nelson’s flagship “Victory” which is now preserved at Portsmouth for all to admire. Also included are the magnificent clipper “Cutty Sark” which is still a major tourist attraction at Greenwich, “S.S. Great Britain” which is permanently on display in Bristol as a lasting tribute to Isambard Kingdom Brunel her talented designer plus great liners of the 20th century such as “Mauretania” which for more than 20 years was the speed queen of the North Atlantic and of course, the “Queen Mary” which is now a tourist attraction at Long Beach, California. You can re-live these great moments in maritime history with this finely produced colour series with plenty of facts on the reverse. These cards are size 67 x 36mm. This set was also reprinted in 1999.
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The Story of Navigation 1936

The Story of Navigation 1936

Churchman - 50 in set

£20.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Treasure Trove 1937 Treasure Trove 1937 50 -
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Treasure Trove 1937

Treasure Trove 1937

Churchman - 50 in set

£20.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Wings Over the Empire 1939 Wings Over the Empire 1939 M48 - It was rather unfortunate timing for Churchman’s to issue a series called Wings Over the Empire in July 1939, when Britain was on the brink of war and the only wings which the empire would see over them for several years were those belonging to German and Japanese aircraft. That having been said this is an excellent series of colour pictures including many breathtakingly beautiful views. The first twenty cover the British Isles working out from London to the west of Ireland before flying past Gibraltar and Malta to India, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and Burma, followed by Southern and Central Africa, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The fascinating text include some nice little touches like New Zealand is “the pocket edition of the world” or the text for the picture of Sydney cricket ground which reads “cricket is essentially an English sport”! The set also refers to Bombay (now Mumbai) as the “Manchester of India” and says that Blackpool “possesses all the essentials of a health resort”? The inclusion of Mount Everest stretches things a little because the peak was not actually within the Empire, nor indeed was Eire (of which Dublin and Killarney are pictured). These aerial views take us on a tour of a world that was soon to change forever at a time when faraway places were still exotic and the sun never set on the Empire. These cards are size 68 x 53mm.
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Wings Over the Empire 1939

Wings Over the Empire 1939

Churchman - M48 in set

£20.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards World Wonders Old and New Unissued c1955 World Wonders Old and New Unissued c1955 50 - This set features some remarkable subjects, some of which are not covered elsewhere on cards. These were never actually issued, but the text was prepared around 1953 as the latest date quoted in the texts was November 1952 for the explosion of the first hydrogen bomb. The colourful cards include natural marvels such as the Victoria and Niagara Falls, the Grand Canyon and Mount Everest, phenomena such as tidal waves, water spouts, geysers, Krakatoa and the Aurora Australis, man-made wonders like the Pyramids, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Colosseum, Stonehenge and Great Wall of China as well as twentieth century engineering feats such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Empire State Building, Panama Canal and liner the Queen Elizabeth. Most interesting of all are ten modern developments which had particular significance in the decade leading up to 1952, especially the war years. Fascinating stuff. Card size 66 x 36mm.
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World Wonders Old and New Unissued c1955

World Wonders Old and New Unissued c1955

Churchman - 50 in set

£20.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Well Known Ties 1st Series 1934 Well Known Ties 1st Series 1934 L12 -
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Well Known Ties 1st Series 1934

Well Known Ties 1st Series 1934

Churchman - L12 in set

£21.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Well Known Ties 2nd Series 1934 Well Known Ties 2nd Series 1934 L12 - These cards are very much of their time when class was everything and old school ties and the fact that you could recognize them were a sign you belonged. That said, in addition to the Old Alleynians, Cliftonians, Etonians, Harrovians, Millhillians and Rugbeians, the set also includes a Blackheath Rugby Football Club tie & I Zingari cricket tie plus regimental ties of the Royal Marines, Household Brigade, Greenjackets and London Scottish. The fronts picture the tie, in colour, across one corner and a relevant black and white picture on the rest, so for instance the Royal Marines’ card pictures Gibraltar which was one of their great battle honours, whilst the London Scottish card shows them on ceremonial parade. As you would expect the cards featuring schools picture ties and relevant buildings associated with them and the sports cards show players in action. There is comprehensive text on the reverse and the cards are size 79 x 62mm. A 1st series in the same format was also produced.
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Well Known Ties 2nd Series 1934

Well Known Ties 2nd Series 1934

Churchman - L12 in set

£21.00

Churchman Military & Armed Forces The Navy at Work 1937 The Navy at Work 1937 M48 - The composition of the set was ideal for the period, presenting the navy as a modern well-trained and well-organised force offering interesting and varied careers, starting with boy entry at 15 through various trades up to warrant officer rank. Each black and white picture shows the man concerned carrying out a typical specialist task, whilst a small insert depicts his badge of rank. The text on the backs gives a full description of the various jobs to make you realise what a fantastic collection of skills are needed by a team manning a modern warship. Within two years, many of the men shown here going about their day-to-day lives on board would be at war, inspired perhaps by Nelson's famous signal 'England expects that every man will do his duty'. Size 68 x 53mm
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The Navy at Work 1937

The Navy at Work 1937

Churchman - M48 in set

£24.00

Churchman Flags, Arms & Maps Holidays in Britain (Views and Maps) 1937 Holidays in Britain (Views and Maps) 1937 M48 -
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Holidays in Britain (Views and Maps) 1937

Holidays in Britain (Views and Maps) 1937

Churchman - M48 in set

£25.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Holidays in Britain (Views only) 1938 Holidays in Britain (Views only) 1938 M48 -
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Holidays in Britain (Views only) 1938

Holidays in Britain (Views only) 1938

Churchman - M48 in set

£25.00

Churchman Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Italian Art Exhibition 1930 2nd Series 1931 Italian Art Exhibition 1930 2nd Series 1931 L12 -
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Italian Art Exhibition 1930 2nd Series 1931

Italian Art Exhibition 1930 2nd Series 1931

Churchman - L12 in set

£30.00

Churchman Sports Miscellaneous Kings of Speed 1939 Kings of Speed 1939 50 - This set of Churchman cards features sepia photos of fifty men who were the fastest in their field and who thrilled the world in the immediate pre-war years. They include Howard Hughes the millionaire airman and film producer who flew round the world in a record time of 3 days, 19 hours and 17 minutes, the Australian born Speedway Champion Arthur 'Bluey' Wilkinson, world water speed record holder Sir Malcolm Campbell and legendary athlete Jesse Owens, winner of four gold medals at the Berlin Olympics. All the cards give plenty of detail on the reverse concerning the sporting stars and celebrated record holders. Size 68 x 36mm
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Kings of Speed 1939

Kings of Speed 1939

Churchman - 50 in set

£30.00

Churchman Railways Wonderful Railway Travel 1937 Wonderful Railway Travel 1937 50 -
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Wonderful Railway Travel 1937

Wonderful Railway Travel 1937

Churchman - 50 in set

£30.00

 
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