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Cardlynx Birds, Butterflies & Moths Butterflies 2007 Butterflies 2007 L6 - Cardlynx are to be congratulated for producing some exceptionally find artwork to illustrate six of these beautiful creatures of which three , the Red Admiral, Swallowtail and Peacock, are native to Great Britain, the others, such as the Tailed Birdwing from the forest of New Guinea, being rather more exotic. Good descriptive backs. Size 80 x 62mm
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Butterflies 2007

Butterflies 2007

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Birds, Butterflies & Moths Eagles 2007 Eagles 2007 L6 - Cardlynx have selected six of these magnificent birds from around the world, including the largest wing bird of prey, the mighty Australian Wedge-tailed Eagle with a 7ft wingspan. We also see the Phillipine Monkey-eating Eagle, the African Martial Eagle, the Short-toed Eagle of Southern Europe, our own Golden Eagle and the U.S.A’s national symbol, the Bald Eagle. Excellent artwork and descriptive backs. Sixe 79 x 63mm.
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Eagles 2007

Eagles 2007

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Miscellaneous Trade Cards Gangsters 2005 Gangsters 2005 L6 - The pictures are colour caricatures of some of America’s most notorious criminals from the lawless early 1930s, among them Al Capone’s sidekick ‘Baby Face’ Nelson, ‘public enemy number one’ John Dillinger, George ‘machine gun’ Kelly and Bonnie and Clyde. Excellent descriptive backs. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Gangsters 2005

Gangsters 2005

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Golf Golfers 2006 Golfers 2006 L6 - This is a beautifully done little series portraying six of golf’s all-time greats with high-quality artwork showing each subject full-length and head and shoulders, with each player’s biography on the backs. We see Bobby Jones, the only player ever to win all four majors in the same year, James Braid, Harry Varden and Tom Morris Sr. with thirteen British Opens between them and American champion golfers Walter Hagen and Gene Sarazen. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Golfers 2006

Golfers 2006

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Animals & Wildlife Horses 2007 Horses 2007 L6 - With so many different breeds it must have been difficult to choose just six for this set. Of these, probably the Shire, the quintessential English draught horse will be the most familiar, together with the Arab, one of the purest and oldest breeds. Less well-known to the layman will be the Irish Draught, Friesian, Quarter and Missouri Fox Trotter. Subjects skilfully portrayed. Descriptive backs. Size 79 x 63mm.
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Horses 2007

Horses 2007

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Pop Stars & Singers Jazz Greats 2005 Jazz Greats 2005 L6 - You can guess who’s going to be number one in this series. You’re right, it’s old Satchmo himself, Louis Armstrong. Next in this set of colour head and shoulders portraits comes Cotton Club band leader Cab Calloway, then Charlie Parker the influential saxophonist and founder of 1940s bebop. And so on, to finish with Ella Fitzgerald, America’s most popular female singer for more than half a century. Informative texts on the backs. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Jazz Greats 2005

Jazz Greats 2005

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Ships & Shipping Lighthouses 2008 Lighthouses 2008 L6 - An intriguing little series, these cards feature six lighthouses each with a story to tell, from the Pharos of Alexandria, the earliest known lighthouse, dating from 283BC, to the present-day structure at North Foreland on the Kent Coast, and including the remains of the Roman Pharos at Dover, and Hook Head, Ireland, which has seen 800 years of service. Colour artwork with text backs. Size 79 x
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Lighthouses 2008

Lighthouses 2008

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Birds, Butterflies & Moths Owls 2004 Owls 2004 L6 - Characterised by good colour artwork, there series illustrates and describes six types of this distinctive bird of prey, the Barn Own, Tawny Owl and Little Owl with which we are familiar in this country, plus others from further afield including the European Eagle Owl which is the world’s largest and can happily tackle a roe deer. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Owls 2004

Owls 2004

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Birds, Butterflies & Moths Parrots 2004 Parrots 2004 L6 - The vibrant colours of these birds’ plumage is made all the more intense by a plain white background. These find birds from South America, Australia and Africa include the Greater Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo which is a great mimic, but prone to unpleasant screeching. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Parrots 2004

Parrots 2004

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Birds, Butterflies & Moths Poultry 2005 Poultry 2005 L6 - There’s an immense diversity in their appearance, as demonstrated by these find specimens which include the Old English Game (the original cock-fighting bird) and the Cochin (Queen Victoria’s favourite), all well described on the card backs. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Poultry 2005

Poultry 2005

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Birds, Butterflies & Moths Poultry Breeds 2007 Poultry Breeds 2007 L6 - This is Cardlynx’s third series on poultry, this one featuring colour illustrations by J.Ludlow in 1900 to show cock and hen for each of six varieties of bird, with descriptive backs giving the origin of the breed and its principal characteristics. The subjects are Ancona, Andalusian, Houdan, Indian Game, Plymouth Rock and Wyandotte. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Poultry Breeds 2007

Poultry Breeds 2007

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Sea Shells 2008 Sea Shells 2008 L6 - It must have been a difficult exercise to chose just six specimens from all the thousands of possible varieties in the oceans of the world, but Cardlynx have chosen wisely to show the wonderful diversity of shape and colour exhibited by these creatures, mostly from the Pacific, including the Triton used by natives as a war-trumpet, the Textile Cone with a deadly sting, and the Cowry formerly used as a currency. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Sea Shells 2008

Sea Shells 2008

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£3.00

Cardlynx Aviation & Space Space Firsts 2004 Space Firsts 2004 L6 - These are colour caricatures of six astronauts who made headlines in the space race, beginning, perhaps surprisingly, with Alan Shepherd, whereas the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, is at number 2 in what is otherwise a chronological series, with Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, at number 4 and ending with Yang Liwei, pilot of China’s Shenzhou 5 spacecraft in 2003. Size 79 x 66mm.
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Space Firsts 2004

Space Firsts 2004

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Birds, Butterflies & Moths Victoria Poultry 2007 Victoria Poultry 2007 L6 - Two breeds of duck and four of chickens are pictured in fine illustrations by Harrison Weir, with their history and principal characteristics on the backs, from which we learn, for instance, that Queen Victoria is said to have kept Brahmas, securing their wider appeal, and 160 years later they still have a strong following of admirers, whilst the Aylesbury duck flourished because of proximity to the London markets. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Victoria Poultry 2007

Victoria Poultry 2007

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Cardlynx Miscellaneous Trade Cards Bookmark High Grade Series 2008 Bookmark High Grade Series 2008 EL6 - This is a novel idea, which, as far as I know, has only entered the hobby once before with Player’s 1905 series of bookmarks. Each of the new cards illustrates a subject from one of Cardlynx’s recent issues, namely Butterflies, Eagles, Golfers, Horses, Poultry Breeds and Victorian Poultry, all six titles being listed on the card, but with the subject concerned highlighted in red print. The backs are printed as postcards. Size 170 x 80mm.
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Bookmark High Grade Series 2008

Bookmark High Grade Series 2008

Cardlynx - EL6 in set

£4.50

Cardlynx Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art UFOs & Aliens from Space 2010 UFOs & Aliens from Space 2010 EL6 - Featuring specially commissioned artwork by Jeff Crawford, this ‘limited edition’ series of colour illustrations shows close encounters with UFOs and aliens from space based on legends and sightings down through history, from ancient Egypt through to U.S. airforce pilot Capt. Lawrence J. Coyne. The picture is repeated on one half of the card back, the other half listing the titles of fourteen other sets produced by the company. Size 100 x 70mm
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UFOs & Aliens from Space 2010

UFOs & Aliens from Space 2010

Cardlynx - EL6 in set

£4.50

Cardlynx Native North American Indians and Cowboys Wild West Outlaws 2013 Wild West Outlaws 2013 EL6 - Cardlynx are already known to collectors for their distinctive card issues, and this is another dual-purpose set. The fronts are colour pictures (artwork by Jeff Crawford) of U.S. 19th century outlaws, Jesse James, Butch Cassidy, Billy the Kid etc. The backs bear a ‘wanted’ poster on the left whilst on the right is a colour photo and description of one of the ‘World’s Most Wanted Collectables’ which include the Swedish Treskilling Yellow Stamp, U.S. Double Eagle Coin and the 1909 Honus Wagner Pittsburg Pirates Baseball Card ($2.8 million). Size 99 x 70mm.
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Wild West Outlaws 2013

Wild West Outlaws 2013

Cardlynx - EL6 in set

£4.50

Cardlynx American Football, Baseball, Basketball & Ice Hockey Wizards Past Present and Future ? World?s Most Valuable Baseball Cards 2010 Wizards Past Present and Future ? World?s Most Valuable Baseball Cards 2010 EL6 - Artwork by Jeff Crawford combines two totally unrelated subjects into one card series, the fronts being fanciful colour illustrations of wizards with mystical symbols bearing titles such as ‘Voodoo taboo’ and ‘computer wizard’. On the backs the left hand side is occupied by a black and white wizard picture, whilst on the right are colour pictures of valuable baseball cards with description and value, from Honus Wagner ($2.8 million) through to Joe Di Maggio. Size 100 x 70mm
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Wizards Past Present and Future ? World?s Most Valuable Baseball Cards 2010
 
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