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Morning Foods Ships & Shipping The Cunard Line (black back) 1957 The Cunard Line (black back) 1957 12 -
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The Cunard Line (black back) 1957

The Cunard Line (black back) 1957

Morning Foods - 12 in set

£3.00

Morning Foods Railways World Locomotives 1956 World Locomotives 1956 25 - 25 World Locomotives featuring engines working on railways around the globe, hauling illustrious trains such as the Golden Arrow, Melbourne Limited and the Twentieth Century Limited to give a snap shot of rail travel more than half a century ago. Size 68 x 36mm
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World Locomotives 1956

World Locomotives 1956

Morning Foods - 25 in set

£3.50

Morning Foods Ships & Shipping The Cunard Line (blue back) 1957 The Cunard Line (blue back) 1957 12 -
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The Cunard Line (blue back) 1957

The Cunard Line (blue back) 1957

Morning Foods - 12 in set

£4.00

Morning Foods Miscellaneous Trade Cards Advertisement Card c1955 Advertisement Card c1955 1 -
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Advertisement Card c1955

Advertisement Card c1955

Morning Foods - 1 in set

£5.00

Morning Foods A Special Offer of £2, £3 and £5 Sets British Uniforms 1954 British Uniforms 1954 25 -
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British Uniforms 1954

British Uniforms 1954

Morning Foods - 25 in set

£6.00

Morning Foods Miscellaneous Trade Cards Our England 1955 Our England 1955 50 - This set covers a wide range places and things associated with England. Places include Stonehenge, Richmond Castle, Herstmonceaux Castle, a windmill at Chesterton, The Globe Theatre, Sir Isaac Newton’s birthplace, the Plymouth lighthouse of 1655, old London Bridge, the Menai Bridge, Manchester Ship Canal and Battersea Power Station. There are not perhaps the places that everyone would choose to represent England, but some of the other selections are even stranger. These include a Druid, ancient British war chariot, Roman pottery, weapons and armour through the ages, furniture both ancient and modern, a sedan chair, old dress and coins, the Gunpowder Plot, Titus Oates in the Pillory, a spinning wheel, highwaymen, the ‘Rocket’, reaping machine, duelling, bathing costume, early bath, croquet, a horse tram, early motor car, streamlined train ‘The Silver Jubilee’ etc. All in all quite an eclectic mix, nicely illustrated with interesting facts on the reverse. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Our England 1955

Our England 1955

Morning Foods - 50 in set

£7.50

Morning Foods Aviation & Space British Planes (unnumbered) 1953 British Planes (unnumbered) 1953 25 - A series of 24 in-flight photographs of British planes, issued in 1953 by Morning Foods with their “Mornflake” oats. At that time the British aeronautic industry was a world leader and many of the aircraft in this set will be familiar today, among them the Canberra, Valient, Venom, Vulcan and Britannia. Details of design, equipment and performance include topical data such as the Swift jet fighter being in “super-priority” production for the R A F and having flown from Brussels to London on 10th July 1952 in 18 minutes, and the De Havilland 110 having broken the sound barrier on 9th April 1952, piloted by the late John Derry. Less well-known, perhaps, is the Saunders-Roe A/1, the first jet propelled flying boat fighter ever built and the Bristol 173, Britain’s first twin-rotor helicopter. Size 68 x 37mm
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British Planes (unnumbered) 1953

British Planes (unnumbered) 1953

Morning Foods - 25 in set

£15.00

Morning Foods Motoring Modern Cars 1954 Modern Cars 1954 50 - Among the cars made in the U.K. is the Morris Minor. Conceived during the dark days of the Second World War by Alec Issigonis, the Morris Minor made its debut at the 1948 Motor Show and was an instant success. Also in this set we see Ford’s two new models, the Consul and Zephyr, Vauxhall’s due Wyvern and Velox, Austin’s A30 and A40, Humbers including the Pullman Limousine, as used by Mr Churchill, the Rolls Royce, as supplied to General Franco and the Renault 750. Yes, a Renault built in Britain and priced at £470 to undercut the Austin A30 by a fiver! More expensive was the Frazer Nash sports car and the MG Miget. Size 68 x 36mm
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Modern Cars 1954

Modern Cars 1954

Morning Foods - 50 in set

£20.00

Morning Foods Cricket Test Cricketers 1953 Test Cricketers 1953 25 -
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Test Cricketers 1953

Test Cricketers 1953

Morning Foods - 25 in set

£85.00

Morning Foods Aviation & Space British Planes (numbered) 1953 British Planes (numbered) 1953 25 -
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British Planes (numbered) 1953

British Planes (numbered) 1953

Morning Foods - 25 in set

£175.00

 
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