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Sinclair Reprinted Series British Sea Dogs 1926 (reprint 1997) British Sea Dogs 1926 (reprint 1997) 50 -
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British Sea Dogs 1926 (reprint 1997)

British Sea Dogs 1926 (reprint 1997)

Sinclair - 50 in set

£8.50

Sinclair Football Well Known Footballers Scottish The error and corrected cards of number 7 1938 Well Known Footballers Scottish The error and corrected cards of number 7 1938 2 - The two varieties of card number 7. One with caption on front I Brown the other J Brown
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Well Known Footballers Scottish The error and corrected cards of number 7 1938
Sinclair Dogs and Pets Champion Dogs 1st Series 1938 Champion Dogs 1st Series 1938 L52 - This lovely set contains black and white photos of Cruft’s prize-winning pooches with their name given on the front and the informative backs giving us details of their bloodline, wins, owners etc. It has to be said that some of their names are rather silly like the Dachshund called Fernwood Radio, the Scottish Terrier called Heather Realisation or the poor Poodle who has had the indignity of having his rear end shorn of hair and is then named Stillington Jeremie. He was four times time champion so perhaps we shouldn’t feel too bad for him. Joking aside this set is full of wonderful examples of different breeds including a superior looking small Aghan Hound called Shah Shuja of Guefron who appears on two cards in the set, a Golden Retriever owned by the hon. Mrs D. Carnegie called Heydown Guider, the adorably named Kerry Blue Terrier Hell-of-A-Fellow, a Bull Terrier called Brendon Bang, a vey hairy Old English Sheepdog called Bouncer of Pickhurst, the grandly named King Charles Spaniel Ashtonmore Barritone and a Springer Spaniel known as Roundwood Lass. A must for any dog lover with cards size 76 x 64mm. This set was also issued as a smaller size series size 68 x 36mm with some of the pictures slightly different.
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Champion Dogs 1st Series 1938

Champion Dogs 1st Series 1938

Sinclair - L52 in set

£40.00

Sinclair Dogs and Pets Champion Dogs 1st Series 1938 Champion Dogs 1st Series 1938 54 - This lovely set contains black and white photos of Cruft’s prize-winning pooches with their name given on the front and the informative backs giving us details of their bloodline, wins, owners etc. It has to be said that some of their names are rather silly like the Dachshund called Fernwood Radio, the Scottish Terrier called Heather Realisation or the poor Poodle who has had the indignity of having his rear end shorn of hair and is then named Stillington Jeremie. He was four times time champion so perhaps we shouldn’t feel too bad for him. Joking aside this set is full of wonderful examples of different breeds including a superior looking small Aghan Hound called Shah Shuja of Guefron who appears on two cards in the set, a Golden Retriever owned by the hon. Mrs D. Carnegie called Heydown Guider, the adorably named Kerry Blue Terrier Hell-of-A-Fellow, a Bull Terrier called Brendon Bang, a vey hairy Old English Sheepdog called Bouncer of Pickhurst, the grandly named King Charles Spaniel Ashtonmore Barritone and a Springer Spaniel known as Roundwood Lass. A must for any dog lover with cards size 68 x 36mm. This set was also issued as a larger size series size 76 x 64mmwith some of the pictures slightly different.
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Champion Dogs 1st Series 1938

Champion Dogs 1st Series 1938

Sinclair - 54 in set

£40.00

Sinclair Football Well Known Footballers North East Counties 1938 Well Known Footballers North East Counties 1938 50 - John Sinclair was a Newcastle-based family business which was taken over by Carreras in the early 1930s, but retained a large degree of independence and continued issuing their own card series until 1939. In 1938 they issued two sets of Well-Known Footballers one Scottish and the other, this set, which features North Eastern Counties. The cards are distinctive in that photographs of the players’ heads have been added to body caricatures drawn by “Bos” – a style later adopted by Carreras for several of their own Turf slide series. The players include Sunderland’s Patrick Gallacher, Middlesbrough’s George Camsell and Norman Tapken of Newcastle. The photographs were supplied by Topical Times magazine and the backs are full of information about the footballers. Cards size 68 x 35mm
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Well Known Footballers North East Counties 1938
Sinclair Football Well Known Footballers Scottish 1938 Well Known Footballers Scottish 1938 50 - John and Robert Sinclair set up their tobacco business in Newcastle-on-Tyne in 1856, but the partnership was dissolved in 1885. Each continued to trade independently until John’s company was taken over by Carreras in 1930 and Robert’s became an associate of I.T.C. Several photo-based series were issued by John Sinclair in the 1930s including this one, which unsurprisingly in view of the firm’s dominance in the North East and Scotland, looks at Scottish footballers. All were playing for Scottish clubs in 1938 and most of the major clubs are represented such as Celtic, Aberdeen, Dundee, Hearts, Hibs and Falkirk, with the surprising exception of Glasgow Rangers. Players include Willie Buchan, Tommy Walker and Bob Shankley. The presentation is unusual as photographs of player’s heads have been superimposed on caricature bodies drawn by the artist ‘Bos’. The backs give first-rate write-ups of each player’s history. An obvious “must” for anyone interested in football this set should have wider appeal. Cards Size 98 x 36mm.
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Well Known Footballers Scottish 1938

Well Known Footballers Scottish 1938

Sinclair - 50 in set

£60.00

Sinclair Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Film Stars Nd 55 to 108 (1937) Film Stars Nd 55 to 108 (1937) 54 - This is an excellent series of black and white photos taken from films of the 1930s era. Many cards show two stars and there are some famous film partnerships shown such as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers or Frederick March and Greta Garbo whilst others contain a single head and shoulders photo. The backs are full of information about the star and are numbered 55 to 108. Included in the set are Robert Montgomery and Ann Harding, Warner Baxter and Myrna Loy in ‘Strictly Confidential’, Cary Grant and Elissa Landi in ‘Enter Madame’, Fred MacMurray and Katherine Hepburn, child actors Shirley Temple and Baby Leroy, Robert Young and Claudette Colbert, Leslie Howard and Merle Oberon in ‘The Scarlet Pimpernel’, Henry Fonda, Joan Crawford, Robert Donat, Norma Shearer, Bing Crosby and Gary Cooper and Marlene Dietrich in ‘Desire’. This set is a must for any fan of old movies. Card size 68 x 36mm.
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Film Stars Nd 55 to 108 (1937)

Film Stars Nd 55 to 108 (1937)

Sinclair - 54 in set

£70.00

Sinclair Football English and Scottish Football Stars 1935 English and Scottish Football Stars 1935 50 - These are a mixture of black and white action shots and head and shoulders portraits and the numbered backs give career information on the players. For instance we learn that Sunderland’s R. Gurney joined the club in 1925 aged 17½, that J Morton transferred to West Ham for a fee of £600, that A. James played 30 games for Arsenal during 1934/35 and that J Nieuwenhuys who was born in South Africa was the third highest scorer for the club in 1934/35. Among those featured are Arsenal & England players E. Hapgood, E.J. Drake and G.C. Male, Derby’s H. Gallacher who created a Scottish International record by scoring 5 goals against Ireland, Everton legend Dixie Dean, Spurs defender F. Channell, Wales and Aston Villa player D. Astley and Chelsea’s J. Bambrick. Size 68 x 36mm
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English and Scottish Football Stars 1935

English and Scottish Football Stars 1935

Sinclair - 50 in set

£75.00

Sinclair Dogs and Pets Champion Dogs 2nd Series 1939 Champion Dogs 2nd Series 1939 L52 -
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Champion Dogs 2nd Series 1939

Champion Dogs 2nd Series 1939

Sinclair - L52 in set

£185.00

 
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