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Golden Era Motoring British Lorries of the 1950s (numbered 081-084) 1999 British Lorries of the 1950s (numbered 081-084) 1999 EL4 -
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British Lorries of the 1950s (numbered 081-084) 1999
Golden Era Motoring Classic Jaguar Series 1 (numbered 153-156) 2010 Classic Jaguar Series 1 (numbered 153-156) 2010 EL4 - Classics indeed, the four models selected for this card series are the XK120, the aluminium-bodied sports car introduced at the London Motor Show of 1948, the Mk II of which more than 100,000 were built between 1959 and 1967, the fabulous high-performance V-12 launched in 1961 and the 420 saloon dating from 1966. K.W.’s colour artwork pictures each model at an angle from the front, repeated in miniature and followed by descriptive text down the left side of the postcard-format backs. Size 143 x 104mm.
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Classic Jaguar Series 1 (numbered 153-156) 2010

Classic Jaguar Series 1 (numbered 153-156) 2010

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Golden Era Motoring Jaguar at Le Mans (numbered 029-032) 1995 Jaguar at Le Mans (numbered 029-032) 1995 EL4 -
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Jaguar at Le Mans (numbered 029-032) 1995

Jaguar at Le Mans (numbered 029-032) 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Jaguar E-Type (numbered 149 -152) 2010 Jaguar E-Type (numbered 149 -152) 2010 EL4 - For many it represented the climax of the true British sports car, and it still turns heads today. The original 3.8 model pictured on the first of these four cards was a hit from the moment it was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show of 1961. The other three cards follow developments in style and performance with the SI FHC (1964), SII DHC and the SIII DHC of 1971 depicted as one of the last 50 special edition black E-Types. Postcard-format backs. Size 143 x 104mm.
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Jaguar E-Type (numbered 149 -152) 2010

Jaguar E-Type (numbered 149 -152) 2010

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Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Legends Series 1 (Numbered 093-096) 2000 Land Rover Legends Series 1 (Numbered 093-096) 2000 EL4 - These cards show Land Rover Legends, four in all, with descriptions on the postcard format backs. Included in this first set are a 1952 80-inch Truck Cab, a 1949 80-inch in Automobile Association colours, a 107-inch Pick-up and a 1957 88-inch Hard top model all rather charmingly set against an appropriate background. The cards are numbered 093-096 (the numbering continues from Golden Era’s Volkswagen Transport Series which was number 089-092). Size 152 x 105mm
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Land Rover Legends Series 1 (Numbered 093-096) 2000
Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Legends Series 2 (Numbered 097-100) 2000 Land Rover Legends Series 2 (Numbered 097-100) 2000 EL4 - Following on from there 1st series we now have another 4 Land Rover Legends including, an 88-inch Pick-up/Truck-cab, a 1960s recovery vehicle used by the Mersey Tunnel Authority Police based on the Series II 88-inch chassis, a 109-inch One-ton version and a 1962 110-inch forward control model in British Telecom colours. All are pictured in colour against an appropriate background and there is a brief description on the postcard format back. The cards, numbered 097-100, are size 152 x 105mm.
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Land Rover Legends Series 2 (Numbered 097-100) 2000
Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Legends Series 3 (Numbered 101-104) 2000 Land Rover Legends Series 3 (Numbered 101-104) 2000 EL4 - Here we have another four Land Rover models shown against suitable backgrounds in the same format as the previous two series. In this batch numbered 101-102 are a 1982 109-inch Station-Wagon, a Metropolitan Police version of the 109-inch Hard-top, a RAF Airfield Crash Rescue vehicle from 1971 and a Series III 88-inch in Coastguard livery. The cards have a postcard format back with brief text. Size 152 x 105mm.
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Land Rover Legends Series 3 (Numbered 101-104) 2000
Golden Era Motoring Land Rover Ninety, One Ten and Defender (Numbered 105-108) 2000 Land Rover Ninety, One Ten and Defender (Numbered 105-108) 2000 EL4 - In the same format as their Land Rover Legends series these are a set of four Land Rovers including the Ninety model used by the British Army, a One Ten used by Liverpool Airport Fire Service, a 1991 Defender 110 Country Station Wagon and the 1997 Defender 90 with alloy wheels. The vehicles are illustrated in colour against an appropriate background and the postcard format backs contain a brief text relating to the vehicle. Size 152 x 105mm.
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Land Rover Ninety, One Ten and Defender (Numbered 105-108) 2000
Golden Era Motoring London Buses of the Post-War Years (numbered 069-072) 1999 London Buses of the Post-War Years (numbered 069-072) 1999 EL4 - Amongst these four are two of London Transport’s most famous buses, the RT introduced in 1946 and the RM (Routemaster), a superb vehicle which entered full scale service in 1959. Also in the set is the RF single-decker and the DMS. Cards are numbered 069 to 072 and have text on the back. Size 152 x 105mm
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London Buses of the Post-War Years (numbered 069-072) 1999
Golden Era Motoring London Buses of the Pre-War Years (numbered 065-068) 1999 London Buses of the Pre-War Years (numbered 065-068) 1999 EL4 - These are four subjects selected from the firm’s 1997 set and produced as glossy colour postcards. Two double-deckers and two singles, Cards are numbered 065 to 068 and have text on the back. The set includes the chunky-looking LTL six-wheel single-decker bus. Size 152 x 105mm
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London Buses of the Pre-War Years (numbered 065-068) 1999
Golden Era Motoring Londons Country Buses (Numbered 061-064) 2000 Londons Country Buses (Numbered 061-064) 2000 EL4 - These postcard size cards feature four buses. These were the green buses and Green Line coaches operated by London Transport outside the red bus area into Hertfordshire, Surrey etc. Included are an RT, an RF and an RMC (Routemaster double-deck coach with rear platform doors by AEC Park Royal). The series was numbered 061-064. Size 152 x 105mm
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Londons Country Buses (Numbered 061-064) 2000

Londons Country Buses (Numbered 061-064) 2000

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Golden Era Motoring M.G. Greats (Cars) (numbered 033-036) 1995 M.G. Greats (Cars) (numbered 033-036) 1995 EL4 -
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M.G. Greats (Cars) (numbered 033-036) 1995

M.G. Greats (Cars) (numbered 033-036) 1995

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Golden Era Motoring M.G.B Cars (numbered 037-040) 1995 M.G.B Cars (numbered 037-040) 1995 EL4 -
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M.G.B Cars (numbered 037-040) 1995

M.G.B Cars (numbered 037-040) 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Midland Red Buses (Numbered 117-120) 2000 Midland Red Buses (Numbered 117-120) 2000 EL4 - These postcard size cards feature four buses. Midland Red were one of the country’s largest operators and were notable for some ground-breaking innovations like the S6, the first under-floor-engined single-decker and their pre-war front-entrance double-deckers, both of which are included in this set, with descriptive backs and numbered 117 to 120. Size 152 x 105mm
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Midland Red Buses (Numbered 117-120) 2000

Midland Red Buses (Numbered 117-120) 2000

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Golden Era Motoring Mini Cooper (numbered 001-004) 1994 Mini Cooper (numbered 001-004) 1994 EL4 -
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Mini Cooper (numbered 001-004) 1994

Mini Cooper (numbered 001-004) 1994

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Golden Era Motoring Mini Cooper (numbered 161-164) 2010 Mini Cooper (numbered 161-164) 2010 EL4 - A British car with the wow factor, the Mini Cooper launched in 1961 with its 997cc engine was a huge improvement on the standard car. The Austin Mk I Cooper features first, followed by the 1967 ‘S’, Mk II, the Mk III 1275 S and finally the Mini Cooper-Cooper Car Co. in British Racing Green with white stripes as driven by the Cooper Works Team on the circuit during the 1960s. I had a 1959 Mini and my aspiration to own a Cooper was never achieved! Postcard-format backs. Size 143 x 104mm.
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Mini Cooper (numbered 161-164) 2010

Mini Cooper (numbered 161-164) 2010

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Golden Era Motoring Mini Vans (numbered 025-028) 1995 Mini Vans (numbered 025-028) 1995 EL4 -
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Mini Vans  (numbered 025-028) 1995

Mini Vans (numbered 025-028) 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Morris Minor (numbered 045-048) 1995 Morris Minor (numbered 045-048) 1995 EL4 -
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Morris Minor (numbered 045-048) 1995

Morris Minor (numbered 045-048) 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Morris Minor Vans (numbered 005-008) 1994 Morris Minor Vans (numbered 005-008) 1994 EL4 -
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Morris Minor Vans (numbered 005-008) 1994

Morris Minor Vans (numbered 005-008) 1994

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Golden Era Motoring Police Vehicles (numbered 013-016) 1994 Police Vehicles (numbered 013-016) 1994 EL4 -
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Police Vehicles  (numbered 013-016) 1994

Police Vehicles (numbered 013-016) 1994

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Golden Era Motoring Southdown Buses (Numbered 121-124) 2000 Southdown Buses (Numbered 121-124) 2000 EL4 - These postcard size cards feature four buses. This major south-coast company had a large and diverse fleet of vehicles, including the excellent coach version of the Leyland Tiger Cub and Guy Arab double-deckers, the latter as pictured in this set being an advertisement for Kensitas cigarettes and gifts so appropriate for the early 1950s. Nos. 121 to 124. Size 152 x 105mm
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Southdown Buses (Numbered 121-124) 2000

Southdown Buses (Numbered 121-124) 2000

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Golden Era Motoring Sporting Mini Cooper (numbered 157-160) 2010 Sporting Mini Cooper (numbered 157-160) 2010 EL4 - Performance was what the Cooper was all about and this card set gets right in there with the first card showing John Rhodes in a Cooper Car Co. Mini Cooper racing at Snetterton in 1968. Next, the 1963 RAC Rally with a Cooper ‘8 EMO’ driven by Paddy Hopkirk and Henry Liddon, whilst no. 3 is Steve Neal in the 1969 British Saloon Car Championship, which was won by Alex Poole in an Equipe Arden Car illustrated on No. 4. Postcard-format backs. Size 143 x 104mm.
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Sporting Mini Cooper (numbered 157-160) 2010

Sporting Mini Cooper (numbered 157-160) 2010

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Golden Era Miscellaneous Trade Cards Teddy Bears (numbered 021- 024) 1995 Teddy Bears (numbered 021- 024) 1995 EL4 -
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Teddy Bears (numbered 021- 024) 1995

Teddy Bears (numbered 021- 024) 1995

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Golden Era Miscellaneous Trade Cards Teddy Bears Families (numbered 017-020) 1995 Teddy Bears Families (numbered 017-020) 1995 EL4 -
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Teddy Bears Families (numbered 017-020) 1995

Teddy Bears Families (numbered 017-020) 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Traction Engines (Numbered 109-112) 2000 Traction Engines (Numbered 109-112) 2000 EL4 - This set contains four steam giants, powerful beasts widely used in agriculture, road building, fairgrounds etc. and now a big attraction at steam rallies. The set has postcard format backs and contain a brief text relating to the vehicle. Numbered 109-112. Size 152 x 105mm.
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Traction Engines (Numbered 109-112) 2000

Traction Engines (Numbered 109-112) 2000

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Golden Era Motoring A.J.S. Motor Cycles 1995 A.J.S. Motor Cycles 1995 L7 -
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A.J.S. Motor Cycles 1995

A.J.S. Motor Cycles 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Alfa Romeo (Cars) 1998 Alfa Romeo (Cars) 1998 L7 -
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Alfa Romeo (Cars) 1998

Alfa Romeo (Cars) 1998

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Golden Era Miscellaneous Trade Cards Antique Dolls 1996 Antique Dolls 1996 L7 -
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Antique Dolls 1996

Antique Dolls 1996

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Golden Era Motoring Ariel Motor Cycles 1995 Ariel Motor Cycles 1995 L7 -
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Ariel Motor Cycles 1995

Ariel Motor Cycles 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Aston Martin (Cars) 1993 Aston Martin (Cars) 1993 L7 -
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Aston Martin (Cars) 1993

Aston Martin (Cars) 1993

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Golden Era Motoring Aston Martin Post-War Competition Cars 2001 Aston Martin Post-War Competition Cars 2001 L7 - Using original artwork by Chris Dugan, this series pictures Aston Martins from the DB2 at Le Mans in 1951 to the AMR1 at Le Mans in 1989 and including the DRB1 in which Stirling Moss, partnered by Jack Fairman, recorded a marvellous hat-trick for Aston Martin at Nurburgring in 1959 following the team’s victories in 1957 and 1958. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Aston Martin Post-War Competition Cars 2001

Aston Martin Post-War Competition Cars 2001

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Golden Era Motoring Austin Healey Motor Cars 1995 Austin Healey Motor Cars 1995 L7 -
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Austin Healey Motor Cars 1995

Austin Healey Motor Cars 1995

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Golden Era Motoring British Tanks of WWII 2000 British Tanks of WWII 2000 L7 - Reproduced from original illustrations by Philip Emms, these are excellent colour pictures of six British tanks including the Churchill and Crusader, with full information on the camouflage card backs. The seventh is a title card and shows the corps badge. Size 79x62mm
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British Tanks of WWII 2000

British Tanks of WWII 2000

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Golden Era Motoring British Vans of the 1950s 2002 British Vans of the 1950s 2002 L7 - When the Bedford CA van first appeared in 1952 what a wonderfully futuristic design it was compared to what was around at the time. This classic vehicle graces the introductory card to this original series which includes the Morris JB in Royal Mail livery, a Commer Q25 (Lyons Ice Cream), Trojan Senior (B.R.S.) etc., all with good descriptions on the backs. Size 79 x 61mm.
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British Vans of the 1950s 2002

British Vans of the 1950s 2002

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Golden Era Motoring British Vans of the 1960s 2002 British Vans of the 1960s 2002 L7 - Does the ubiquitous Ford Transit really date back as far as 1965? Apparently so, according to the title card and number 6 in this set illustrating six of the best of British from that era, including the Morris J2 in Post Office Telephones livery, the Morris LD (Royal Mail) and Austin J4 (Police) among others. Useful text backs. Size 79 x 61mm.
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British Vans of the 1960s 2002

British Vans of the 1960s 2002

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Golden Era Motoring BSA (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993 BSA (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993 L7 -
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BSA (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993

BSA (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993

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Golden Era Motoring BSA (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1999 BSA (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1999 L7 - B.S.A. stands for Birmingham Small Arms and at one time was the biggest motorcycle manufacturer on earth. Here we see six classic models produced in the 1960s including the magnificent DBD34 Gold Star, in excellent artwork with descriptive backs .The seventh card is an introductory/checklist, Size 79 x 62mm
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BSA (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1999

BSA (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1999

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Golden Era Motoring Capri Mk1 1969-74 (2007) Capri Mk1 1969-74 (2007) L7 - Golden Era deservedly have a high reputation for their productions and their speciality is transport. The colour artwork is excellent and are based on contemporary advertising material and, as such, are completely different from previous Golden Era issues featuring these models. Size 80 x 64mm
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Capri Mk1 1969-74 (2007)

Capri Mk1 1969-74 (2007)

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Golden Era Motoring Capri Mk3 1978-86 (2007) Capri Mk3 1978-86 (2007) L7 - Golden Era deservedly have a high reputation for their productions and their speciality is transport. The colour artwork is excellent and are based on contemporary advertising material and, as such, are completely different from previous Golden Era issues featuring these models. Size 80 x 64mm
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Capri Mk3 1978-86 (2007)

Capri Mk3 1978-86 (2007)

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Golden Era Motoring Citroen (Cars) 2001 Citroen (Cars) 2001 L7 - Citroen have produced many innovative cars over the years and this new series pictures seven of them, from the ultra-basic 2CV “Duck” unkindly referred to as a dustbin on wheels, via the Traction Avant “Maigret-mobile” from the immediate post-war period (26,000 of them built in Britain) and the self-levelling D519 – a favourite of Parisian taxi-drivers in the 1960s – to the Citroen G5 of which 1.7 million were turned out in the ‘70s. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Citroen (Cars) 2001

Citroen (Cars) 2001

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