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Rockwell Aviation & Space Airship The Story of the R101 2003 Airship The Story of the R101 2003 10 - This series of stunning photographs illustrates the tragic demise of Britain’s great pioneering airship the R101. Heralded as the dawn of a new era of air travel, the R101 was the largest flying machine ever. Built at the government airship works at Cardington, Bedfordshire, she made her debut on 12th October, 1929, but major design problems became apparent in test flights, and doubts remained after large scale alterations. Grossly over-loaded and in gale-force winds the R101 began its maiden flight to India on 4th October, 1930, crashing and exploding in Northern France seven hours after take-off. Half a million people lined the streets of London for the funeral. The text backs tell the full story. size 68 X 36mm
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Airship The Story of the R101 2003

Airship The Story of the R101 2003

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Rockwell Football Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010 Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010 10 - “The modern era” in this context extends from the 1960s (Joe Baker and John Radford) through to 2006/7 with Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henri, ten in all shown in sepia full length action photos with excellent, very comprehensive descriptive backs full of interesting facts about each player and his career, Ian Wright, for instance, worked on a building site until his early twenties, Malcolm MacDonald was snapped up for £333,333, Frank Stapleton departed Highbury on a sour note, and Thierry Henri won the English player of the year award a record three times before departing for Barcelona. Size 67 x 36mm
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Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010

Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010

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Rockwell Cricket Bodyline The Fight For The Ashes 1932-3 (2005) Bodyline The Fight For The Ashes 1932-3 (2005) 10 - Using photographs (black and white, of course) taken at the time, this series pictures the M.C.C. team selected for the 1932-3 Test Tour of Australia, together with incidents during the matches which became notorious for the ‘bodyline’ bowling tactics executed by Harold Larwood to counter the opposition’s phenomenal batting ability led by Don Bradman. The resulting acrimonious exchanges caused problems. In the relationship between the two countries. The full story unfolds on the backs of these cards. Size 68 X 36mm. (This set was also issued in a larger sizes 80 x 63mm)
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Bodyline The Fight For The Ashes 1932-3 (2005)
Rockwell Railways Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005 Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005 10 - A double treat for railway buffs, this set not only depicts platform views of stations which were closed from the 1950s onwards, many due to Dr. Beeching’s cuts, but each photo also shows a train, including the Pines Express steaming through Blandford Forum on the old Somerset & Dorset. Among the other stations are Mold, Long Melford and Midsomer Norton. Very comprehensive and interesting text backs. size 68 X 36mm
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Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005

Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005

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Rockwell Motoring British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 10 - Armoured cars, trucks, amphibious vehicles, self-propelled guns and, of course, tanks formed the motorised hardware of the British Army, as shown in this new colour series by Rockwell. Vast quantities were required including over 200,000 Bedford MWD trucks, more than 8,000 Valentine tanks etc., so we are informed on the numbered text backs. All stirring stuff. This set is also available in a large size. Size 68mm x 36mm.
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British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001
Rockwell Military & Armed Forces British Fighting Jets 2003 British Fighting Jets 2003 10 - These are colour side-on views of aircraft on a white background, beginning with the Gloster Meteor which first flew in 1943 and was the only Allied jet fighter to experience combat in World War 2, through to the Tornado still in service with the R A F in 2003. Among the other on show are the Vampire, Hawker Hunter, Buccaneer, Lightning and the Harrier. Descriptive backs. Size 67 x 37mm (this series was also issued in a larger size).
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British Fighting Jets 2003

British Fighting Jets 2003

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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces British Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 British Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 10 - In the side-on view style of their previous issues on the World War I aircraft and the Spitfire. This new set includes the Wellington, Halifax and Blenheim bombers, the Hurricane, Spitfire, Mosquito and so on. It\'s based on illustrations from aerospace, with first class descriptions on the numbered backs.(Set also available in a larger size of 80x62mm) Size 67x36mm
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British Warplanes of the Second World War 2000
Rockwell Miscellaneous Trade Cards Bygone Chingford 1998 Bygone Chingford 1998 10 -
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Bygone Chingford 1998

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Rockwell Miscellaneous Trade Cards Bygone Highams Park 1998 Bygone Highams Park 1998 10 -
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Bygone Highams Park 1998

Bygone Highams Park 1998

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Rockwell Miscellaneous Trade Cards Childrens Book Illustrators of the Golden Age 2005 Childrens Book Illustrators of the Golden Age 2005 10 - Top marks for a subject not covered on cards before, and a very interesting series it makes, showing in colour typical work by ten of the 20th century’s greatest illustrators, including Arthur Rackham (Wind in the Willows), Charles Folkard (Alice), Mabel Lucie Attwell (Cute Kiddies) and a couple who will be familiar to card collectors – George Studdy (Bonzo Dog) and Lawson Wood (Gran-Pop). Well-composed biographies on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm
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Childrens Book Illustrators of the Golden Age 2005
Rockwell Football Classic Football Teams Before The First World War 2000 Classic Football Teams Before The First World War 2000 10 - The team names will be just as familiar today as they were then – Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton, Tottenham, Aston Villa etc., although the kit was somewhat different. Indeed the 1886 Blackburn Rovers F.A. Cup winning team look as if they are wearing long-johns! Also available in a larger (79 x 62mm) size, these are good clear black and white photographs within a colour border and the backs have a first-class history of the club up to the date of the picture. Size 67 x 36mm.
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Classic Football Teams Before The First World War 2000
Rockwell Football Classic Football Teams of the 1960s (1999) Classic Football Teams of the 1960s (1999) 10 - Recalling a golden age of English football, these are black and white pictures within a coloured border featuring top teams in their glory years, namely Liverpool, Arsenal, Leeds, Manchester City and United, Everton, Burnley, Wolves, Spurs and West Ham with text backs summarizing their achievements. Also available in a larger size. This set is size 67 x 35mm.
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Classic Football Teams of the 1960s (1999)

Classic Football Teams of the 1960s (1999)

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Rockwell Football Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010 Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010 7 - Here we see sepia photographs of six Arsenal teams from 1931 League Champions through to the victorious 1989 side which under George Graham narrowly lifted the title from Liverpool. Included also are 1971 League/Cup double winners of 1971 (Charlie George looks a bit grumpy on the front row) and the 1936 F.A. Cup winners with Hapgood, Bastin and Ted Drake (who scored the winner). Good informative texts. The seventh card provides interesting facts about the club’s history and achievements. Size 67 x 36mm. (These are basically a smaller version of the set issued in 2001, but without the red border and with red captions instead of yellow).
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Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010

Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010

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Rockwell Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Classic Sci-Fi B Movies 2007 Classic Sci-Fi B Movies 2007 10 - A peculiar genre of the 1950s was the science-fiction ‘B’ movie, low-budget thrillers generally involving creatures from outer-space and scantily-clad women in peril, and here we have reproductions of cinema posters featuring ten of the best know, such as Forbidden Planet, The Mean from Planet X, The Day The Earth Stood Still (with Michael Rennie) and Queen of Outer Space (Zsa Zsa Gabor), with details of director, writers and stars on the back. Size 67 x 36mm
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Classic Sci-Fi B Movies 2007

Classic Sci-Fi B Movies 2007

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Rockwell Football Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2010 Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2010 7 - The Gunners north London rivals, Spurs, have many famous victories to cherish, as we discover on the back of the unnumbered ‘Cover’ card, the front of which pictures, I believe, Danny Blanchflower lifting the 1961 F.A. Cup, the year Tottenham did the League/Cup double as shown on the fourth card in this series of sepia team photographs which begin with the 1901 F.A. Cup winners and ends with the 1981 side when Ricardo Villa scored the winner in the Cup Final replay against Manchester City. Size 67 x 36mm. (These are basically a smaller version of the set issued in 2002 but with blue captions instead of yellow).
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Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2010

Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2010

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Rockwell Ships & Shipping Cunard in the 1950s 2003 Cunard in the 1950s 2003 10 - The 1950s were golden years for Cunard. With wartime austerity fading there was a boom in travel on transatlantic services dominated by the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, plus a big expansion in cruise holidays. The two queens are shown in excellent colour artwork along with Carinthia III, Mouretania II, Sylvania II and so on, plus the Media, built by John Brown on Clydebank, which was Cunard’s first new post-war ship and was unusual for being first-class only on the Atlantic run. Descriptive backs. Size 67 x 37mm (this series was also issued in a larger size).
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Cunard in the 1950s 2003

Cunard in the 1950s 2003

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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Early Allied Warplanes 2000 Early Allied Warplanes 2000 10 - Also available in a large (79 x 62mm) and LT (89 x 64mm) size, these are flying machines from World War I, all of which flew with the Royal Flying Corps or the Royal Naval Air Service, including the Sopwith “Camel” and “Pup”. The planes are pictured in colour on a white background with numbered descriptive backs. Size 67 x 36mm.
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Early Allied Warplanes 2000

Early Allied Warplanes 2000

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Rockwell Aviation & Space Early Balloon Flight 2001 Early Balloon Flight 2001 10 - All praise to Rockwell for producing a series on an out-of-the-ordinary subject and illustrating it with top quality colour pictures on a white background. Starting with the Montgolfier Brothers first manned flight in 1783 and finishing with the discovery in 1930 of The Eagle, which had taken off from Spitzbergen in 1897, this set describes in fine detail the pioneering days of balloon flight. This first class set size 67 x 36mm is also available in a larger size.
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Early Balloon Flight 2001

Early Balloon Flight 2001

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Rockwell Railways Early Locomotives Series One 2005 Early Locomotives Series One 2005 10 - The pioneering days of the railways are recalled in this series illustrating steam engines built between 1825 and 1847. It’s no surprise that no. 1 is George Stephenson’s ‘Locomotion’, the first to run on a public railway when the Stockton and Darlington line opened, whilst no. 2 is Robert Stephenson’s ‘Rocket’ which won the 1829 Rainhill Trials. The most recent is Crampton’s ‘London’ which could run at more than 50mph. size 68 x 37mm
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Early Locomotives Series One 2005

Early Locomotives Series One 2005

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Rockwell Railways Early Locomotives Series Two 2005 Early Locomotives Series Two 2005 10 - This selection of early steam engines takes us forward from the mid-nineteenth century with performance constantly improving. The Jenny Lind (1847) was constructed for a number of railway companies at a peak production of one per week, whilst Gooch’s 8-footer was built to demonstrate Brunnel’s Great Western Railway was superior to the standard 4’8” guage. As with the first series, the locos. are shown in colour on a white background, with text backs. size 68 X 37mm
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Early Locomotives Series Two 2005

Early Locomotives Series Two 2005

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Rockwell Motoring Family Cars of the 1950s (2000) Family Cars of the 1950s (2000) 10 - Those were the days when virtually every car on British roads was British built, and don't these names bring back memories - Himber Hawk, Hillman Minx , Morris Oxford, Austin A70, Standard 8, etc. The cars are pictured in colour as they appeared in advertisements of the time. Also available in different sizes. Size 67x36mm
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Family Cars of the 1950s (2000)

Family Cars of the 1950s (2000)

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Rockwell Football Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) 10 - Two seasons in the 1960s brought glory to West Ham United. Under manager Ron Greenwood and an enviable youth system the Hammers had established themselves amongst England’s elite football clubs, culminating in their 1964 victory in the F.A. Cup, beating Preston 3-2 at Wembley, followed by a draw with Liverpool in the Charity Shield, and then, in 1965 they lifted the European Cup Winners Cup under captain Bobby Moore. Action photos of these great matches are depicted on these cards, with full descriptions on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005)

Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005)

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Rockwell Motoring German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 10 - Rockwell 10 German Armoured Vehicles of World War II\r\nFollowing on from the British Armoured Vehicles sets that Rockwell issued here we see what the other side had in the way of armoured vehicles, presented in the same format as the British sets and also available in large (79 x 62mm) and LT size (89 x 64mm). The Panzer tanks were perhaps the most famous and the set includes the V Panther, based on the Soviet T34 which had earlier given German models a nasty mauling. A measure of its quality was the U.S. Army’s view that five Shermans were needed to knock out a single Panther. Size 68 x 36mm.\r\n
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German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001

German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001

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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 10 - Junkers, Heinkel,Dornier and Messerschmitt are names which will still send a chill through the older generation. Included here is the night-fighter version of the Junkers 88 which, with its advanced radar, is credited with downing more RAF bombers than any other type, and the rocket powered Messerschmitt Komet with a spectacular speed of nearly 600mph. In the same format as the British warplanes series (Numbered and descriptive backs) however excluding this set there are 2 other sizes available large 80x62mm and extra large 90x64mm. Size 67x36mm
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German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000

German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000

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Rockwell Miscellaneous Trade Cards Heath Robinson At The Seaside 2010 Heath Robinson At The Seaside 2010 10 - 72 years after his death, artist William Heath Robinson is still renowned for his humorous drawings showing complicated and flimsy machinery designed to perform the simplest of tasks using the maximum number of operatives, examples of which in a seaside context are demonstrated in this card series with such improbable contraptions a “safety deckchair for giving warning of the approaching tide” and a machine for spraying oil on waves for the benefit of bathers in rough weather! Size 67 x 36
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Heath Robinson At The Seaside 2010

Heath Robinson At The Seaside 2010

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Rockwell Miscellaneous Trade Cards Heath Robinson Sporting Eccentricities 2010 Heath Robinson Sporting Eccentricities 2010 10 - Heath Robinson was famous for his outrageous ideas and weird contraptions defying the laws of nature. Here Rockwell reproduce some of the great man’s drawings with titles such as “Fish Tennis”, Tortoise Coursing”, “Off to the Ski Picnic” and so on, under the banner of Sporting Eccentricities, humorous situations imagined and exploited by the artist in great detail. Size 68 x 36mm
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Heath Robinson Sporting Eccentricities 2010

Heath Robinson Sporting Eccentricities 2010

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Rockwell Miscellaneous Trade Cards Heath Robinson Urban Life 2010 Heath Robinson Urban Life 2010 10 - Black and white illustrations show some incredible Heath Robinson inventions designed for life in the city, top flat rescue apparatus, resuscitating railway scones, a wart-removal chair, gardens for flat-dwellers etc., amusingly complicated solutions to non-existent problems. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Heath Robinson Urban Life 2010

Heath Robinson Urban Life 2010

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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Hurricane Flying Colours 2002 Hurricane Flying Colours 2002 10 - This series commemorates the celebrated Battle of Britain aircraft, the Hawker Hurricane in various flying colours, described briefly on the backs. Including those flown by the R A F in Europe and the Western Desert, the Royal Navy (Sea Hurricane), the Australian Air Force, etc. Size 67 x 37mm (this series was also issued in a larger size).
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Hurricane Flying Colours 2002

Hurricane Flying Colours 2002

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Rockwell Military - General Series Images of World War One 1999 Images of World War One 1999 10 - These colour patriotic illustrations are taken from postcards produced during the 1914-18 war and some will be familiar to cigarette card collectors, Arf a Mo’ Kaiser” being a case in point and the wounded soldier holding a Union flag under the caption “We are proud of you” attributed to Lord Kitchener. The details on the back include the publisher’s names, among them Dobsom, Molle & Co. and Gale & Polden both of whom also printed cigarette cards in their time. Also available in a large (79 x 62mm) and LT (89 x 64mm) size. This set is size 69 x 37mm.
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Images of World War One 1999

Images of World War One 1999

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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Lost Warships of WWII 2002 Lost Warships of WWII 2002 10 - The Prince of Wales, bombed by the Japanese; Ark Royal torpedoed by a U-Boat; and Hood sunk by the Bismarck which in turn was sent into the depths by aircraft from Ark Royal. These great vessels are pictured and their demise described in this set by Rockwell which also features the Graf Spee, Scharnhorst, Yamato, Lexington and Roma. Size 68 x 37mm. Also available in a larger size.
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Lost Warships of WWII 2002

Lost Warships of WWII 2002

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Rockwell Aviation & Space Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006 Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006 10 - Those of us who are of ‘a certain age’ were brought up with Meccano, but today’s youngsters have more modern distractions. In its time the Meccano model system, invented by Frank Hornby in 1902, was a huge success, as was Meccano Magazine, published from 1916 to 1981. Here we see copies of some of the covers between 1933 and 1957, each illustrating in colour an aircraft of the day, from the Bristol Bulldog and Mosquito through to the Vulcan and Hercules. Size 68 x 36mm
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Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006

Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006

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Rockwell Railways Meccano The Railway Covers 2006 Meccano The Railway Covers 2006 10 - More front covers from the heyday of Meccano Magazine dated between 1929 and 1963 are illustrated by dramatic pictures of Britain’s steam railway history – a Flying Scotsman-type Pacific, the 1939 “New Coronation Scot”, “The White Rose” departing Leeds in 1951, a Britannia Loco hauling the westbound “Merchant Venturer” in 1952, a magnificent Gresley A4 streamlined Pacific leaving Kings Cross with “The Norseman” for Newcastle in 1956, express goods from Aberdeen on the Forth Bridge and so on. Terrific. Size 68 x 36mm
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Meccano The Railway Covers 2006

Meccano The Railway Covers 2006

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Rockwell Boxing Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004 Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004 10 - The “Might Atoms” are boxers pictured during famous fights, World Champions all, from Joe Gans, World Lightweight Champion in 1906 through to Julio Chavez, World Light Welterweight Champion in the 1990s. Included is our own Jimmy Wilde from Glamorgan who held the World Flyweight Championships from 1916 to 1923 and reckoned to be “pound for pound, probably Britain’s greatest ever boxer”. Numbered text backs with mini head and shoulders photo. size 68 X 36mm
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Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004
Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 1st Series 2004 Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 1st Series 2004 10 - These monochrome photos show us ten great names in women’s tennis, all of them ladies’ singles champions more than once, an amazing nine times in the case of Martina Navratilova, as we discover in the list of Wimbledon achievements on the card backs (Martina’s honours take us through to 2003 mixed doubles, her fourth, the first being in 1985!). Steffi Graf, Chris Evert, Evonne Goolagong, Billie Jean King, Maria Bueno, and more all-time greats. size 68 x 37mm
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Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 1st Series 2004
Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005 Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005 10 - These black and white photographs capture moments in tennis history as the world’s finest women tennis players fought for the ultimate recognition, Wimbledon Ladies Champion and three of them are British, Angela Mortimer (1961), Ann Jones (1969) and Virginia Wade (1977). Numbered in chronological order, the series finishes with the Williams sisters Venus and Serena who between them lifted the trophy in four consecutive tournaments from 2000 to 2003. The players’ achievements are listed on the backs. size 68 X 36mm
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Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005
Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004 Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004 10 - The men’s champions are in chronological order from Lew Hoad 1956 to Pete Sampras 2000 (his seventh championship) via Laver, Emerson, Newcombe, Connors, Borg, McEnroe, Becker and Edberg, the pictures again either black and white or with mauve tinge and with trophy inset at base. size 68 x 37mm
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Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004
Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005 Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005 10 - More Centre Court thrills are recalled in this set, starting off with Jack Kramer, singles champion in 1947 and familiar to viewers as one of the commentators at recent Wimbledons. Another popular American, Arthur Ashe, the 1975 winner, didn’t enjoy such longevity, dieing at the age of only 50, as we discover from the information on the card backs. Closer to the present day, we see Germany’s Michael Stich (1991) and Andre Agassi (USA, 1992). size 68 x 36mm
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Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005
Rockwell Football Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004 Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004 10 - Nine League grounds abandoned for re-development whilst their clubs built modern stadia on pastures new, plus Wembley, are pictured in this series, The small size cards are colour photographs of the old grounds. Descriptive backs Size 68 x 37mm
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Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004
Rockwell Miscellaneous Trade Cards Solar System 2001 Solar System 2001 10 - Starting with the Sun and working outwards through the planets from Mercury to Pluto, a total of ten, which is just the right number of subjects for a Rockwell set. The fine colour pictures are backed by well informed texts such as warning us that Earth’s nearest neighbour Venus has a carbon dioxide atmosphere giving an extreme “greenhouse effect” boosting the temperature to 460°c. Size 67 x 36mm this set is also available in a larger size.
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Solar System 2001

Solar System 2001

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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 10 - That most legendary of British fighting aircraft, the Spitfire is shown side-on in this series of ten cards depicting some of its “flying colours in the service not only of the R.A.F., but the Royal Australian Air Force, U.S.A.F, South African Air Force, etc. In various theatres of war from Burma and the Med, to the D-Day beaches of Normandy, with numbered descriptive backs. Size 66 x 36mm (also available in large size (79 x 62mm) and Large Trade card size 89 x 64mm.
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Spitfire Flying Colours 1999

Spitfire Flying Colours 1999

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