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Brindley Cricket Cricketing Greats W.G. Grace 1987 Cricketing Greats W.G. Grace 1987 EL1 -
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Cricketing Greats W.G. Grace 1987

Cricketing Greats W.G. Grace 1987

Brindley - EL1 in set

£0.50

Brindley Motoring Motor Car The Bentley (postcard back) 1992 Motor Car The Bentley (postcard back) 1992 EL1 - This card shows a colour picture of a 1929 41/2 litre Bentley motor car on a pale green background. Postcard format back advertises Brindley’s printer. Size 146 x 95mm.
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Motor Car The Bentley (postcard back) 1992

Motor Car The Bentley (postcard back) 1992

Brindley - EL1 in set

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Brindley Golf Old Golfing Greats H Vardon 1987 Old Golfing Greats H Vardon 1987 EL1 -
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Old Golfing Greats H Vardon 1987

Old Golfing Greats H Vardon 1987

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£0.50

Brindley Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Fish (postcard back) 1989 Fish (postcard back) 1989 EL3 - Fine looking specimens of three freshwater fish – Common Carp, Pike and Roach – grace the fronts of these cards which bear also their Latin names. Postcard backs advertise Brindley’s printery. These would look good framed if you are a fan of Angling. Size 146 x 95mm.
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Fish (postcard back) 1989

Fish (postcard back) 1989

Brindley - EL3 in set

£1.50

Brindley Military & Armed Forces Regimental Drum Majors 1992 Regimental Drum Majors 1992 EL6 -
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Regimental Drum Majors 1992

Regimental Drum Majors 1992

Brindley - EL6 in set

£3.00

Brindley Pop Stars & Singers Pop Stars (Series of 15 but only 8 cards issued) c1993 Pop Stars (Series of 15 but only 8 cards issued) c1993 8 - It is believed that these eight cards were intended to be part of a larger set of fifteen but in fact only eight different cards were printed sometime around 1993. The backgrounds to the fronts are in varying light to dark shades of gold/olive with an oval black and white picture of the pop star or stars in the centre performing on stage. The stars concerned are Bob Geldof, Freddie Mercury, Brian Ferry, Phil Collins, Sting, Elton John, Paul McCartney and Pete Townsend & Roger Daltry. The backs are numbered 1 to 4, 7 and 13 to 15 and as well as the printer’s details the backs feature the words “With Compliments Orpheus Records” and their address, but other than this are blank save for the star’s name. Size 70 x 38mm.
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Pop Stars (Series of 15 but only 8 cards issued) c1993
Brindley Boxing World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993) World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993) M6 -
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World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993)

World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993)

Brindley - M6 in set

£4.50

Brindley Motoring Car Badges and Emblems 1987 Car Badges and Emblems 1987 20 - As the name suggests these colour pictures feature the logos of famous car brands including the likes of Porsche, Ferrari, Rolls Royce, BWM, Jaguar and MG. Sadly there is no text on the backs, but if you cover over the names on the fronts they would make a good quiz. Some like Rover are easily recognized, but would you recognize Cadillac. Incidentally there are two different badges for Maserati.
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Car Badges and Emblems 1987

Car Badges and Emblems 1987

Brindley - 20 in set

£6.00

Brindley Cricket Hampshire Cricket Sunday League Era 1987 Hampshire Cricket Sunday League Era 1987 24 - This is a series of colour photographic action shots by Patrick Eagar which were taken during Hampshire Sunday League matches between the late 1960s and the early 1980s. Two are horizontal and the rest are vertical and the cricketers include C.G. Greenidge, T.E. Jesty, M.D. Marshall, B.A. Richards, M.N.S. Taylor, T.M. Tremlett and D.W. White. The numbered backs have blue text giving the series title, the cricketer’s name, career details, averages for batting and bowling etc. These cards come in their own white box and are size 71 x 39mm.
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Hampshire Cricket Sunday League Era 1987

Hampshire Cricket Sunday League Era 1987

Brindley - 24 in set

Catalogue Price £6.00 Special Offer £5.00

Brindley Horse Racing and the Turf Horse Racing 1987 Horse Racing 1987 20 - This is a set of colour artists impressions of racehorses and jockeys. Among the well-known horses are ‘Dancing Brave’ the outstanding European racehorse of 1986, ‘Touching Wood’ who won both the St. Leger and Irish St. Leger in 1982 and ‘Nijinsky’ the outstanding two-year old in 1969 who became the first horse in 35 years to win the English triple crown. Pat Eddery, Lester Piggott and Willie Carson are some of the jockeys featured whilst trainer Ryan Price also appears. The name of the horse or jockeys is given on the front along with the card number and the green text on the back contains details of the issuer and their services. Cards size 70 x 38mm.
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Horse Racing 1987

Horse Racing 1987

Brindley - 20 in set

£6.00

Brindley A Special Offer of £2, £3 and £5 Sets Military 1987 Military 1987 20 - These vertical colour pictures of British military uniforms appear to be taken from a variety of sources including paintings by Harry Payne, the well-known military artist. The horizontal numbered backs contain just the title and details of the issuer. Amongst the regiments featured are the Grenadier Guards, Life Guards, Royal Engineers, Royal Field Artillery, East Yorks, 5th Irish Lancers, Black Watch, Gordon Highlanders, Sherwood Foresters and Northumberland Fusiliers. Size 70 x 38mm
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Military 1987

Military 1987

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Brindley Motoring Old Motor Cycles 1993 Old Motor Cycles 1993 12 - The good coloured artwork covers British motor-cycles made between 1907 and 1949 and is sure to gladden the heart of any cycle enthusiast. Many of the glossy fronted pictures show bikes and riders against appropriate backgrounds and the blue text on the numbered backs gives brief details such as the year, make and model. An attractive set with cards size 70 x 38mm.
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Old Motor Cycles 1993

Old Motor Cycles 1993

Brindley - 12 in set

£6.00

Brindley Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Fish 1989 Fish 1989 18 -
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Fish 1989

Fish 1989

Brindley - 18 in set

£7.00

Brindley Railways Trains London and South Western Railways 1992 Trains London and South Western Railways 1992 20 - These are green bordered black and white photographs of railway locomotives built between the 1880s and 1911 that worked the London and South Western railways with blue text on the numbered back giving details of class, construction, locomotive designer and working details. Among them is an ‘Ilfracombe’ goods engine designed by W.G. Beattie, an “Ironclad” built by Beyer Peacock, a “Jubilee” passenger engine built in 1887, a “B4” shunting engine designed by W. Adams, a “Saddle” shunting engine which originally worked Southampton Docks and a “Drummonds” 0-4-4T passenger engine built in 1911. Sure to appeal to any train enthusiast. Cards size 70 x 38mm.
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Trains London and South Western Railways 1992

Trains London and South Western Railways 1992

Brindley - 20 in set

£7.00

Brindley Cricket Cricket Old Timers 1993 Cricket Old Timers 1993 20 -
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Cricket Old Timers 1993

Cricket Old Timers 1993

Brindley - 20 in set

£7.50

Brindley Birds, Butterflies & Moths British Birds of Prey 1995 British Birds of Prey 1995 M12 -
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British Birds of Prey 1995

British Birds of Prey 1995

Brindley - M12 in set

£8.00

Brindley Cricket Cricketing Greats 1987 Cricketing Greats 1987 25 -
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Cricketing Greats 1987

Cricketing Greats 1987

Brindley - 25 in set

£8.00

Brindley Railways Locos 1987 Locos 1987 20 - These glossy colour pictures of railway engines just have the title of the railway and loco on the backs accompanied by an advert for the issuer, but they are definitely worth adding to any train collection. Among the locos pictured are a North Staffordshire Express 86, a L.N.E.R G E Section 761, an Atlantic type Express 251, L.B. & S.C. Remembrance 333, Caledonian Railway 179, an N.E.R. Express 1238, a G.W.R 3387, Midland Class 483 etc. Cards size 70 x 38mm.
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Locos 1987

Locos 1987

Brindley - 20 in set

Catalogue Price £8.00 Special Offer £5.00

Brindley Railways S.E.C.R. Locos 1995 S.E.C.R. Locos 1995 20 - These contain fine colour pictures of railway engines with just the title of the railway and engine on the backs accompanied by an advert for John Brindley. These include a North Staffs Express 86, L.N.E.R. G E Section 761, an Atlantic Type Express 251, L.B. & S.C. Remembrance 333, Caledonian Railway 179, N.E.R Express 1238, G.W.R 3387, Midland Class 483 etc. Ideal for any train enthusiast. Cards size 70 x 38mm.
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S.E.C.R. Locos 1995

S.E.C.R. Locos 1995

Brindley - 20 in set

£8.00

Brindley Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Sea Fish 1992 Sea Fish 1992 16 - Anglers will appreciate this set which pictures examples of the type of fish which can be caught around our coast. These are depicted in black and white drawings on a light blue background with darker blue border. Included are the John Dory, Wrasse, Bream, Bass, Pollack, Cod, Flounder, Plaice, Red Gurnard etc. The backs contain brief information such as what bait they like or other names by which they are known etc. The set also include the Ribbon Fish which we are told lives at great depths and “only surfaces when wounded or dying”. An interesting set with cards size 70 x 38mm
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Sea Fish 1992

Sea Fish 1992

Brindley - 16 in set

£8.00

Brindley Cricket Cricket Surrey v Yorkshire 1988 Cricket Surrey v Yorkshire 1988 30 - These pale green bordered cards contain black and white photos of players from Surrey or Yorkshire over the years in a mixture of portraits and action shots. The white text on green backs tell us these were a limited edition produced by John Brindley and there is a line or two of text explaining the picture. Included in this set are Surrey’s Jack Hobbs and John Edrich and Yorkshire bowlers Freddie Trueman and Brian Close as well as the Surrey team in 1974 when they won the Benson & Hedges Cup and both teams in the 1890s. There is also a portrait of Walter Read who played in 1873 and is listed as cricketer, footballer, walker and skater – now that’s what you call and all-rounder! An interesting cricket set with cards size 70 x 37mm.
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Cricket Surrey v Yorkshire 1988

Cricket Surrey v Yorkshire 1988

Brindley - 30 in set

£9.00

Brindley Pop Stars & Singers Famous Operatic Roles 1992 Famous Operatic Roles 1992 18 - This series comprises black and white photographic reproductions of opera stars from the late 19th/early 20th century as they appeared in famous roles so, for instance, we see Caruso as Vasco Da Gamma, Calvé as Salome, Jean De Reszke as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet etc. The pictures are framed by a red border and the text in blue on the backs give basic information about the opera concerned. Card size 70 x 38mm.
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Famous Operatic Roles 1992

Famous Operatic Roles 1992

Brindley - 18 in set

£9.00

Brindley Railways London, Brighton and South Coast Railway 1986 London, Brighton and South Coast Railway 1986 30 -
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London, Brighton and South Coast Railway 1986

London, Brighton and South Coast Railway 1986

Brindley - 30 in set

£9.00

Brindley Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds of Britain 1st Series Numbers 1 to 20 1991 Birds of Britain 1st Series Numbers 1 to 20 1991 M20 - Between 1991 and 1993 Brindley produced five sets of M20 Birds of Britain with glossy fronts which are numbered consecutively from 1 to 100. These colour pictures have the look of old prints and contain a range of different British birds, some of which are in danger and some that are only seasonal visitors to these shores. Included in this 1st Series are the Wren, Nuthatch, Great Tit, Grasshopper Warbler, Blackcap, Robin, Redstart, Wheatear, Song Thrush and Mealy Redpoll. Most have the cards have two birds on them either different varieties of the bird or an adult male with a female or young. The backs give plenty of information, but the print is quite small and overprinted on a blue and white diagram of bird parts. An excellent bird set with cards size 70 x 64mm
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Birds of Britain 1st Series Numbers 1 to 20 1991

Birds of Britain 1st Series Numbers 1 to 20 1991

Brindley - M20 in set

£10.00

Brindley Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds of Britain 2nd Series Numbers 21 to 40 1992 Birds of Britain 2nd Series Numbers 21 to 40 1992 M20 - Between 1991 and 1993 Brindley produced five sets of M20 Birds of Britain with glossy fronts which are numbered consecutively from 1 to 100. These colour pictures have the look of old prints and contain a range of different British birds, some of which are in danger and some that are only seasonal visitors to these shores. Included in this 2nd Series, numbered 21 to 40, are the Tree-Creeper, Grey Wagtail, Curlew, Great Crested Grebe, Black Guillemot, Greater Black-Backed Gull, Arctic Skua, Kittiwake Gull, Common Tern, Woodcock, Dunlin and Oyster Catcher. Most have the cards have two birds on them either different varieties of the bird or an adult male with a female or young. The backs give plenty of information, but the print is quite small and overprinted on a blue and white diagram of bird parts. An excellent bird set with cards size 70 x 64mm
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Birds of Britain 2nd Series Numbers 21 to 40 1992
Brindley Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds of Britain 3rd Series Numbers 41 to 60 1993 Birds of Britain 3rd Series Numbers 41 to 60 1993 M20 - Between 1991 and 1993 Brindley produced five sets of M20 Birds of Britain with glossy fronts which are numbered consecutively from 1 to 100. These colour pictures have the look of old prints and contain a range of different British birds, some of which are in danger and some that are only seasonal visitors to these shores. Included in this 3rd Series, numbered 41 to 60, are the Red-Backed Shrike, Waxwing, Spotted Flycatcher, Sand Martin, Greenfinch, Goldfinch, Tree-Sparrow, Chaffinch, Linnet, Bullfinch, Crossbill, Snow Bunting, Starling, Jay, Magpie and Jackdaw. Most have the cards have two birds on them either different varieties of the bird or an adult male with a female or young. The backs give plenty of information, but the print is quite small. An excellent bird set with cards size 70 x 64mm
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Birds of Britain 3rd Series Numbers 41 to 60 1993
Brindley Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds of Britain 4th Series Numbers 61 to 80 1993 Birds of Britain 4th Series Numbers 61 to 80 1993 M20 - Between 1991 and 1993 Brindley produced five sets of M20 Birds of Britain with glossy fronts which are numbered consecutively from 1 to 100. These colour pictures have the look of old prints and contain a range of different British birds, some of which are in danger and some that are only seasonal visitors to these shores. Included in this 4th Series, numbered 61 to 80, are the Rook, Skylark, Swift, the Wryneck which we must admit we hadn’t heard of, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Kingfisher, Cuckoo, Barn, Long-Eared and Tawny Owls, Golden Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, Kestrel, Shag, Bittern, Sheld-Duck, Shoveller, Wigeon and Tufted Duck. Most have the cards have two birds on them either different varieties of the bird or an adult male with a female or young. The backs give plenty of information, but the print is quite small. An excellent bird set with cards size 70 x 64mm
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Birds of Britain 4th Series Numbers 61 to 80 1993
Brindley Birds, Butterflies & Moths Birds of Britain 5th Series Numbers 81 to 100 1993 Birds of Britain 5th Series Numbers 81 to 100 1993 M20 - Between 1991 and 1993 Brindley produced five sets of M20 Birds of Britain with glossy fronts which are numbered consecutively from 1 to 100. These colour pictures have the look of old prints and contain a range of different British birds, some of which are in danger and some that are only seasonal visitors to these shores. Included in this 5th Series, numbered 81 to 100, are the Fieldfare, Blackbird, Stonechat, Nightingale, Ped Wagtail, Lapwing, Golden and Ringed Plovers, Stone Curlew, Moor-Hen, Partridge, Red Grouse, Turtle Dove, Red-Breasted Merganser and Common Scoter. Most have the cards have two birds on them either different varieties of the bird or an adult male with a female or young. The backs give plenty of information, but the print is quite small. An excellent bird set with cards size 70 x 64mm.
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Birds of Britain 5th Series Numbers 81 to 100 1993
Brindley Cricket Cricketers 4th Series 1985 Cricketers 4th Series 1985 30 -
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Cricketers 4th Series 1985

Cricketers 4th Series 1985

Brindley - 30 in set

£10.00

Brindley Cricket Cricketers 5th Series 1985 Cricketers 5th Series 1985 L20 -
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Cricketers 5th Series 1985

Cricketers 5th Series 1985

Brindley - L20 in set

£10.00

Brindley Cricket Cricketers of the 1880s (1992) Cricketers of the 1880s (1992) 20 -
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Cricketers of the 1880s (1992)

Cricketers of the 1880s (1992)

Brindley - 20 in set

£10.00

Brindley Golf Golf 1987 Golf 1987 20 - This is a colour series of artists impressions of famous golfers from the 1980s such as Sandy Lyle, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Lee Trevino, Bernard Gallacher, Peter Alliss, Arnold Palmer, Sam Torrance, Greg Norman, Nick Faldo, Tony Jacklin, Bernhard Langer and Seve Ballesteros. These have the player’s name on the front at the top and the card number at the bottom, but the green text on the back is restricted to an advert for Brindley services. It has to be said that some of the pictures are better than others, but this is something unusual for any golf lover with cards size 70 x 38mm.
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Golf 1987

Golf 1987

Brindley - 20 in set

£10.00

Brindley Football Players of the Past 1930s Football 1992 Players of the Past 1930s Football 1992 16 -
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Players of the Past 1930s Football 1992

Players of the Past 1930s Football 1992

Brindley - 16 in set

£10.00

Brindley Motoring Bentley Cars 1993 Bentley Cars 1993 30 - Well-known for their luxury cars the company was founded by Walter Owen Bentley in 1919 and became famous for wining the 1924 24 hours Le Mans race. Walter Bentley began by selling foreign cars, but always wanted to produce his own and when he got the chance he made sure they were attractive and reliable. Some of the best models are pictured in this series taking us from the early days to an Empress II of the 1990s. The cars are pictured against pale pastel backgrounds with a shiny surface and the backs give details of the model and in many cases the year these came out, but sadly no other facts. An ideal set for any Bentley enthusiast. Cards size 70 x 37mm.
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Bentley Cars 1993

Bentley Cars 1993

Brindley - 30 in set

£12.00

Brindley Cricket Cricket The Old School 1987 Cricket The Old School 1987 30 -
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Cricket The Old School 1987

Cricket The Old School 1987

Brindley - 30 in set

£12.00

Brindley Cricket Cricketers 3rd Series 1985 Cricketers 3rd Series 1985 L16 -
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Cricketers 3rd Series 1985

Cricketers 3rd Series 1985

Brindley - L16 in set

£12.00

Brindley Military & Armed Forces Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 1st Series 1990 Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 1st Series 1990 EL35 - These colourful cards show examples of uniforms from regiments of the British Army before the First World War set against an appropriate background, whilst the backs show their cap badge and motto as well as details of their formation, battle honours and traditions. This set is part of a series of five on the subject which are all numbered consecutively from 1 to 175. This first series contains the likes of the Grenadier Guards, Royal Horse Artillery, Army Service Corps (in the background of which you can spot a traction engine), Royal Irish Rifles, Gloucestershire Regiment, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Royal Horse Guards (The Blues), The Highland Light Infantry, 21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers (with a superb drawing of a horse), the Manchester Regiment and the Berkshire Yeomanry. An excellent military set with cards size 100 x 86mm
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Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 1st Series 1990
Brindley Military & Armed Forces Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 2nd Series 1990 Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 2nd Series 1990 EL35 - These colourful cards show examples of uniforms from regiments of the British Army before the First World War set against an appropriate background, whilst the backs show their cap badge and motto as well as details of their formation, battle honours and traditions. This set is part of a series of five on the subject which are all numbered consecutively from 1 to 175. This second series contains the likes of the Coldstream Guards, the Northumberland Fusiliers, Military Mounted Police, Prince Albert’s Somerset Light Infantry, 9th (Queen’s Royal) Lancers showing moving horses, the South Wales Borderers, Shropshire Yeomanry, the Black Watch, Denbighshire Hussars Yeomanry in very fetching uniforms, the Royal Irish Rifles who are pictured next to a fox hunt and the Royal Field Artillery. An excellent military set with cards size 100 x 86mm
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Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 2nd Series 1990
Brindley Military & Armed Forces Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 3rd Series 1990 Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 3rd Series 1990 EL35 - These colourful cards show examples of uniforms from regiments of the British Army before the First World War set against an appropriate background, whilst the backs show their cap badge and motto as well as details of their formation, battle honours and traditions. This set is part of a series of five on the subject which are all numbered consecutively from 1 to 175. This third series contains the likes of the 19th (Queen Alexandra’s Own Royal) Hussars (and very fine they look on their glossy coated horses), Durham Light Infantry, North Somerset Yeomanry, Gordon Highlanders, Northamptonshire Regiment, Royal Garrison Artillery with warship in the background, South Staffordshire Regiment with the men playing cricket in the background, Royal Flying Corps. with various airborne craft, the Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment), Royal Army Medical Corps with early ambulance in the background, Queen’s Own Dorset Yeomanry and The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). An excellent military set with cards size 100 x 86mm
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Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 3rd Series 1990
Brindley Military & Armed Forces Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 4th Series 1990 Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 4th Series 1990 EL35 - These colourful cards show examples of uniforms from regiments of the British Army before the First World War set against an appropriate background, whilst the backs show their cap badge and motto as well as details of their formation, battle honours and traditions. This set is part of a series of five on the subject which are all numbered consecutively from 1 to 175. This fourth series contains the likes of The Lincolnshire Regiment (with Edwardian ladies in the background, the Hampshire Regiment, Rifle Brigade, Essex Yeomanry, Durham Light Infantry, 20th Hussars with an excellently drawn horse, men from the Prince of Wales’s (North Staffordshire Regiment) playing billiards, the tartan trousered Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Royal Engineers with hot air balloon, Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment), men of the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry with lovely lady behind them, Surry (Queen Mary’s Regiment) Yeomanry, the Scots Guards, Royal Marines, 1st Life Guards, 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons and the Army Veterinary Crops. An excellent military set with cards size 100 x 86mm
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Full Dress Uniforms of the British Army c1914 4th Series 1990
 
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