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Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Museum Series Booklet Cover for large size issue Museum Series Booklet Cover for large size issue EL1 -
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Museum Series Booklet Cover for large size issue
Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Museum Series 1927 Museum Series 1927 25 - This set contains black and white pictures of items from the British and London Museums with detailed descriptions on the card backs. The first card pictures the grand edifice of the British Museum then includes items such as the Elgin Marbles, the Rosetta Stone which provided invaluable clues to deciphering the writings of ancient Egypt, the First Folio of the works of William Shakespeare, Greek Jury Tickets, masks from Sri Lanka etc. Card 18 pictures the old London Museum (which in more recent years amalgamated with other London collections to form the Museum of London near the Barbican) and some of its artefacts such as the remains of a Roman Galley, a model of the Old London Bridge in 1603, early fire-fighting appliances, tally sticks, Roman lights and London apprentice relics. There are two holes punched on the left-hand side of the cards and the backs tell us that once you collected a set you could forward these and the company would bind them into an artistic cover at no cost. This particular set is the standard size descriptive back issue which was also issued in New Zealand with ‘Box 524 Christchurch’ address. This was also available in a large size in the UK (with descriptive or advert backs) and in New Zealand and Australia. This is a fascinating set with cards size 68 x 39mm.
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Museum Series 1927

Museum Series 1927

Sarony - 25 in set

£7.50

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Museum Series Descriptive back 1927 Museum Series Descriptive back 1927 L25 - This set contains black and white pictures of items from the British and London Museums with detailed descriptions on the card backs. The first card pictures the grand edifice of the British Museum then includes items such as the Elgin Marbles, the Rosetta Stone which provided invaluable clues to deciphering the writings of ancient Egypt, the First Folio of the works of William Shakespeare, Greek Jury Tickets, masks from Sri Lanka etc. Card 18 pictures the old London Museum (which in more recent years amalgamated with other London collections to form the Museum of London near the Barbican) and some of its artefacts such as the remains of a Roman Galley, a model of the Old London Bridge in 1603, early fire-fighting appliances, tally sticks, Roman lights and London apprentice relics. There are two holes punched on the left-hand side of the cards and the backs tell us that once you collected a set you could forward these and the company would bind them into an artistic cover at no cost. This particular set is the large size descriptive back issue which was also issued in Australia and New Zealand with different addresses to send off to. A set was also produced in Britain with a back without descriptions or holes but advertising the company’s cigarettes and a booklet cover was available for these large size cards. In the case of the British and New Zealand descriptive issues these were also available in a standard size. This is a fascinating set with cards size 78 x 64.
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Museum Series Descriptive back 1927

Museum Series Descriptive back 1927

Sarony - L25 in set

£7.50

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Links with the Past 2nd Series Christchurch Issue 1926 Links with the Past 2nd Series Christchurch Issue 1926 L25 - Issued a year after the 1st Series this 2nd Series continues the look at historic things and places in the British Isles such as Traitors’ Gate at the Tower of London, the Woolsack in the House of Lords, H.M.S. Victory, Carnarvon Castle, Stonehenge, Edinburgh Castle, The Guildhall in Exeter, Battle Abbey, The Shambles in York, The White Horse at Ashdown in Berkshire, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Rye House in Hertfordshire. These are shown in black and white pictures and all are fully described on the back. The left-hand side of the cards contains two holes and the backs tell us that when the set was complete it could be sent to the company to be bound in an artistic cover free of charge. This is the large size set with an address in Christchurch, but this set was also produced in a small size with the Christchurch address as well as a small and large version with a Sydney address and a small and large home issue version plus a large home issue with an advert back instead of the descriptive one. These large cards are size 78 x 63mm
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Links with the Past 2nd Series Christchurch Issue 1926
Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Links with the Past 2nd Series 1926 Links with the Past 2nd Series 1926 L25 - Issued a year after the 1st Series this 2nd Series continues the look at historic things and places in the British Isles such as Traitors’ Gate at the Tower of London, the Woolsack in the House of Lords, H.M.S. Victory, Carnarvon Castle, Stonehenge, Edinburgh Castle, The Guildhall in Exeter, Battle Abbey, The Shambles in York, The White Horse at Ashdown in Berkshire, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Rye House in Hertfordshire. These are shown in black and white pictures and all are fully described on the back. The left-hand side of the cards contains two holes and the backs tell us that when the set was complete it could be sent to the company to be bound in an artistic cover free of charge. This is the large size home issue set with descriptive back but this was also produced in a large size with an advert back and a standard size as well as a small and large version with either a Christchurch or Sydney address. These cards are size 78 x 63mm.
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Links with the Past 2nd Series 1926

Links with the Past 2nd Series 1926

Sarony - L25 in set

£12.50

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards National Types of Beauty 1928 National Types of Beauty 1928 M36 -
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National Types of Beauty 1928

National Types of Beauty 1928

Sarony - M36 in set

£14.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Links with the Past 1st Series 1925 Links with the Past 1st Series 1925 25 -
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Links with the Past 1st Series 1925

Links with the Past 1st Series 1925

Sarony - 25 in set

£15.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Links with the Past 2nd Series 1926 Links with the Past 2nd Series 1926 25 - Issued a year after the 1st Series this 2nd Series continues the look at historic things and places in the British Isles such as Traitors’ Gate at the Tower of London, the Woolsack in the House of Lords, H.M.S. Victory, Carnarvon Castle, Stonehenge, Edinburgh Castle, The Guildhall in Exeter, Battle Abbey, The Shambles in York, The White Horse at Ashdown in Berkshire, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Rye House in Hertfordshire. These are shown in black and white pictures and all are fully described on the back. The left-hand side of the cards contains two holes and the backs tell us that when the set was complete it could be sent to the company to be bound in an artistic cover free of charge. This is the standard size home issue set which was also produced in a large size with either a descriptive or advert back as well as a small and large version with either a Christchurch or Sydney address. These cards are size 68 x 39mm.
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Links with the Past 2nd Series 1926

Links with the Past 2nd Series 1926

Sarony - 25 in set

£15.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Museum Series Christchurch Issue 1927 Museum Series Christchurch Issue 1927 25 - This set contains black and white pictures of items from the British and London Museums with detailed descriptions on the card backs. The first card pictures the grand edifice of the British Museum then includes items such as the Elgin Marbles, the Rosetta Stone which provided invaluable clues to deciphering the writings of ancient Egypt, the First Folio of the works of William Shakespeare, Greek Jury Tickets, masks from Sri Lanka etc. Card 18 pictures the old London Museum (which in more recent years amalgamated with other London collections to form the Museum of London near the Barbican) and some of its artefacts such as the remains of a Roman Galley, a model of the Old London Bridge in 1603, early fire-fighting appliances, tally sticks, Roman lights and London apprentice relics. There are two holes punched on the left-hand side of the cards and the backs tell us that once you collected a set you could forward these and the company would bind them into an artistic cover at no cost. This particular set is the standard size descriptive back issue with ‘Box 524 Christchurch’ address but was also issued in Britain. This was also available in a large size in the UK (with descriptive or advert backs) and in New Zealand and Australia. This is a fascinating set with cards size 68 x 39mm.
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Museum Series Christchurch Issue 1927

Museum Series Christchurch Issue 1927

Sarony - 25 in set

£15.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Museum Series Christchurch Issue 1927 Museum Series Christchurch Issue 1927 L25 - This set contains black and white pictures of items from the British and London Museums with detailed descriptions on the card backs. The first card pictures the grand edifice of the British Museum then includes items such as the Elgin Marbles, the Rosetta Stone which provided invaluable clues to deciphering the writings of ancient Egypt, the First Folio of the works of William Shakespeare, Greek Jury Tickets, masks from Sri Lanka etc. Card 18 pictures the old London Museum (which in more recent years amalgamated with other London collections to form the Museum of London near the Barbican) and some of its artefacts such as the remains of a Roman Galley, a model of the Old London Bridge in 1603, early fire-fighting appliances, tally sticks, Roman lights and London apprentice relics. There are two holes punched on the left-hand side of the cards and the backs tell us that once you collected a set you could forward these and the company would bind them into an artistic cover at no cost. This particular set is the large size and was issued in New Zealand with the address to send them for binding listed as ‘Box 524 Christchurch’, the set was also issued in Australia with a Sydney and Melbourne address on the back and in the UK with a descriptive back and also a back without descriptions advertising the company’s cigarettes. In the case of the British and New Zealand descriptive back issues these were also available in a standard size. This is a fascinating set with cards size 78 x 64
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Museum Series Christchurch Issue 1927

Museum Series Christchurch Issue 1927

Sarony - L25 in set

£17.50

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Museum Series Sydney Issue 1927 Museum Series Sydney Issue 1927 L25 - This set contains black and white pictures of items from the British and London Museums with detailed descriptions on the card backs. The first card pictures the grand edifice of the British Museum then includes items such as the Elgin Marbles, the Rosetta Stone which provided invaluable clues to deciphering the writings of ancient Egypt, the First Folio of the works of William Shakespeare, Greek Jury Tickets, masks from Sri Lanka etc. Card 18 pictures the old London Museum (which in more recent years amalgamated with other London collections to form the Museum of London near the Barbican) and some of its artefacts such as the remains of a Roman Galley, a model of the Old London Bridge in 1603, early fire-fighting appliances, tally sticks, Roman lights and London apprentice relics. There are two holes punched on the left-hand side of the cards and the backs tell us that once you collected a set you could forward these and the company would bind them into an artistic cover at no cost. This particular set is the large size and was issued in Australia with the address to send them for binding listed as ‘P.O. Box 2138 Sydney or 94 Queen St., Melbourne’, the set was also issued in New Zealand with a Christchurch address on the back and in the UK with a descriptive back and also a back without descriptions advertising the company’s cigarettes. In the case of the British and New Zealand descriptive back issues these were also available in a standard size. This is a fascinating set with cards size 78 x 64.
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Museum Series Sydney Issue 1927

Museum Series Sydney Issue 1927

Sarony - L25 in set

£17.50

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Saronicks 1929 Saronicks 1929 M50 - ‘Saronicks’ illustrating limericks quoted on the backs together with a statement that they are from the “Complete Limerick Book”. The same series of cards was also produced by Major Drapkin under the title ‘Limericks’. Sarony’s ‘Saronicks’ came in two sizes, standard and medium (This one being the medium size) enjoy the comic situations portrayed by the artist in black and red on a white background, not always politically correct for today’s climate, the Jews at the bus stop in Kew, the colonial bellowing at his Indian servant, etc, but they all raise a smile, and the style is definitely 1920s. Size 76 x 52mm
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Saronicks 1929

Saronicks 1929

Sarony - M50 in set

£20.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Saronicks 1929 Saronicks 1929 50 - ‘Saronicks’ illustrating limericks quoted on the backs together with a statement that they are from the “Complete Limerick Book”. The same series of cards was also produced by Major Drapkin under the title ‘Limericks’. Sarony’s ‘Saronicks’ came in two sizes, standard and medium (This one being the standard size) enjoy the comic situations portrayed by the artist in black and red on a white background, not always politically correct for today’s climate, the Jews at the bus stop in Kew, the colonial bellowing at his Indian servant, etc, but they all raise a smile, and the style is definitely 1920s. Size 64 x 35mm
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Saronicks 1929

Saronicks 1929

Sarony - 50 in set

£20.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards National Types of Beauty 1928 National Types of Beauty 1928 36 -
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National Types of Beauty 1928

National Types of Beauty 1928

Sarony - 36 in set

£22.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Celebrities and Their Autographs 1st Series numbers 1 to 25 1923 Celebrities and Their Autographs 1st Series numbers 1 to 25 1923 L25 -
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Celebrities and Their Autographs 1st Series numbers 1 to 25 1923
Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Celebrities and Their Autographs 2nd Series numbers 26 to 50 Small numerals 1924 Celebrities and Their Autographs 2nd Series numbers 26 to 50 Small numerals 1924 L25 -
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Celebrities and Their Autographs 2nd Series numbers 26 to 50 Small numerals 1924
Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Celebrities and Their Autographs 2nd Series numbers 26 to 50Large numerals 1924 Celebrities and Their Autographs 2nd Series numbers 26 to 50Large numerals 1924 L25 -
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Celebrities and Their Autographs 2nd Series numbers 26 to 50Large numerals 1924
Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Celebrities and Their Autographs 3rd Series numbers 51 to 75 1924 Celebrities and Their Autographs 3rd Series numbers 51 to 75 1924 25 -
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Celebrities and Their Autographs 3rd Series numbers 51 to 75 1924
Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Celebrities and Their Autographs 4th Series numbers 76 to 100 1925 Celebrities and Their Autographs 4th Series numbers 76 to 100 1925 25 -
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Celebrities and Their Autographs 4th Series numbers 76 to 100 1925
Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Celebrities and Their Autographs 4th Series numbers 76 to 100 1925 Celebrities and Their Autographs 4th Series numbers 76 to 100 1925 L25 -
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Celebrities and Their Autographs 4th Series numbers 76 to 100 1925
Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Museum Series Advertisement back 1927 Museum Series Advertisement back 1927 L25 - This set contains black and white pictures of items from the British and London Museums with adverts for Sarony’s ‘Silk Cut Virginia Cigarettes’ on the card backs. The first card pictures the grand edifice of the British Museum then includes items such as the Elgin Marbles, the Rosetta Stone which provided invaluable clues to deciphering the writings of ancient Egypt, the First Folio of the works of William Shakespeare, Greek Jury Tickets, masks from Sri Lanka etc. Card 18 pictures the old London Museum (which in more recent years amalgamated with other London collections to form the Museum of London near the Barbican) and some of its artefacts such as the remains of a Roman Galley, a model of the Old London Bridge in 1603, early fire-fighting appliances, tally sticks, Roman lights and London apprentice relics. The backs tell us that once you collected a set you could forward these and the company would bind them into an artistic cover at no cost. This set was also issued in the large size with descriptive backs in the UK, Australia and New Zealand and a booklet cover (UK only). In the case of the British and New Zealand descriptive issues these were also available in a standard size. This is a fascinating set with cards size 78 x 64.
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Museum Series Advertisement back 1927

Museum Series Advertisement back 1927

Sarony - L25 in set

£25.00

Sarony Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Cinema Studies 1929 Cinema Studies 1929 25 -
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Cinema Studies 1929

Cinema Studies 1929

Sarony - 25 in set

£30.00

Sarony Animals & Wildlife Life at Whipsnade Zoo 1934 Life at Whipsnade Zoo 1934 54 -
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Life at Whipsnade Zoo 1934

Life at Whipsnade Zoo 1934

Sarony - 54 in set

£32.50

Sarony Ships & Shipping Ships of all Ages 1929 Ships of all Ages 1929 50 - Issued in 1929 this lovely and colourful set begins in prehistoric times with a dug-out canoe, bringing us forward in time via the Romans and Vikings, Christopher Colubus, the “Mayflower”, the clipper “Thermopylae”, the Nore Lightship, an oil tanker, lifeboat, “Mauretania” etc., right through to the new German liner “Bremen”, the descriptive back of which includes the warning that she “is the most striking maritime sign of industrious Germany’s recovery…and is a challenge to the world at large and English designers and builders in particular”. With well-executed pictures and informative text on the back this is an ideal addition to any collection. Cards size 64 x 37mm. This was also issued in a medium size (76 x 51mm).
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Ships of all Ages 1929

Ships of all Ages 1929

Sarony - 50 in set

£40.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Around the Mediterranean 1926 Around the Mediterranean 1926 50 -
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Around the Mediterranean 1926

Around the Mediterranean 1926

Sarony - 50 in set

£60.00

Sarony Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Around the Mediterranean 1926 Around the Mediterranean 1926 L50 -
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Around the Mediterranean 1926

Around the Mediterranean 1926

Sarony - L50 in set

£60.00

Sarony Ships & Shipping Ships of all Ages 1929 Ships of all Ages 1929 M50 - Issued in 1929 this lovely and colourful set begins in prehistoric times with a dug-out canoe, bringing us forward in time via the Romans and Vikings, Christopher Colubus, the “Mayflower”, the clipper “Thermopylae”, the Nore Lightship, an oil tanker, lifeboat, “Mauretania” etc., right through to the new German liner “Bremen”, the descriptive back of which includes the warning that she “is the most striking maritime sign of industrious Germany’s recovery…and is a challenge to the world at large and English designers and builders in particular”. With well-executed pictures and informative text on the back this is an ideal addition to any collection. Cards size 64 x 37mm. This was also issued in a standard size (64 x 37mm).
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Ships of all Ages 1929

Ships of all Ages 1929

Sarony - M50 in set

£60.00

Sarony Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Cinema Stars 5th Series 1931 Cinema Stars 5th Series 1931 EL25 -
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Cinema Stars 5th Series 1931

Cinema Stars 5th Series 1931

Sarony - EL25 in set

£125.00

 
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