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Rockwell Football Classic Everton F.C. 2005 Classic Everton F.C. 2005 L7 - Nine times League Champions, victorious in the F.A. Cup on five occasions, and winners of the European Cup Winners Cup, Everton football club, founded in 1878, have a distinguished history. This set of cards pictures on sepia photographs six of the winning teams from 1906 to 1984, backed by Rockwell’s characteristically well-written, comprehensive texts. The 1939 champion side which includes 20-year-old hero Tommy Lawton, scorer of 34 goals that season. Size 80 x 63mm
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Classic Everton F.C. 2005

Classic Everton F.C. 2005

Rockwell - L7 in set

£5.00

Rockwell Football Classic Liverpool F.C. 2005 Classic Liverpool F.C. 2005 L7 - The Toffees’ Merseyside rivals have an even more impressive record, proven by the statistics on the back of the title card in this set. The other six cards are sepia photos of teams which were League Champions between 1923 and 1984, the year when the Reds topped the First Division for a record fifteenth time as well as winning the League Cup (victory over old rivals Everton) and the European Cup Winners Cup, away to AS Roma. Size 80 x 63mm.
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Classic Liverpool F.C. 2005

Classic Liverpool F.C. 2005

Rockwell - L7 in set

£5.00

Rockwell Railways Early Locomotives Series One 2005 Early Locomotives Series One 2005 L10 - 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 80 x 63mm
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Early Locomotives Series One 2005

Early Locomotives Series One 2005

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

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

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Railways Early Locomotives Series Two 2005 Early Locomotives Series Two 2005 L10 - 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 80 x 63mm
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Early Locomotives Series Two 2005

Early Locomotives Series Two 2005

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

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

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Football Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) L10 - 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 80 x 63mm.
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Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005)

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

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Lychgate Press Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Kings of Comedy 2005 Kings of Comedy 2005 10 - The artist responsible for these colour pictures deserves a prize. Not only is each instantly recognisable, but he also seems to have expressed the character of each individual. The legends of film and TV comedy include Tony Hancock, Tommy Cooper, Jimmy Edwards, Norman Wisdom, Spike Milligan, W.C. Fields and Laurel & Hardy. The reverse sides give details of these great stars’ lives. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Kings of Comedy 2005

Kings of Comedy 2005

Lychgate Press - 10 in set

£5.00

Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Spike The Complete Story (Buffy and Angel) 2005 Spike The Complete Story (Buffy and Angel) 2005 LT72 - This set concentrates on one of the lead characters, Spike aka William the Bloody. His relationship with Buffy is described thus : “They were enemies. The Slayer hunted vampires and William the Bloody had killed two slayers. Destiny had other plans. Their complete relationship evolved over the years from hostility to alliance and lust…” Good colour pictures with more on the back together with text. Size 89 x 64mm
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Spike The Complete Story (Buffy and Angel) 2005

Spike The Complete Story (Buffy and Angel) 2005

Inkworks (USA) - LT72 in set

Catalogue Price £11.00 Special Offer £7.50

Neill Football Villa Cup Winners 1957 (Aston Villa F.C.) 2005 Villa Cup Winners 1957 (Aston Villa F.C.) 2005 12 - Aston Villa 2, Manchester United 1. That was the score in the F.A. Cup Final held at Wembley on May 4th , 1957. The eleven heroes of the winning team are remembered here in these excellent colour head and shoulders portraits. They include Peter McParland who scored Villa’s goals after United’s goalkeeper was injured, and team captain Johnny Dixon who spent all his professional career with the Villains, as we discover from the informative texts. No. 12 is a title card summarising the match highlights. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Villa Cup Winners 1957 (Aston Villa F.C.) 2005
J.F.Sporting Collectibles Motoring Wembley Speedway Stars 2nd Series 2000 Wembley Speedway Stars 2nd Series 2000 LT21 - The majority of these twenty-one stars were riding in the late 1920s and the 1930s, but a few date from the 1960s. Some we have met before in other J F Sporting sets, names from Speedway’s hall of fame such as Ove Fundin, Billy Lemont and Lionel Van Praag who was World Champion at Wembley in 1936. J F Sporting’s text says he “served in the R.A.A.F during the war and was awarded the George Medal.” Good black and white pictures with descriptive backs. Size 90 x 64mm
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Wembley Speedway Stars 2nd Series 2000

Wembley Speedway Stars 2nd Series 2000

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT21 in set

£16.00

Rockwell Football World Cup 1966 (2005) World Cup 1966 (2005) L7 - In 1966 the ‘Stratford Express’ ran the headlines ‘West Ham 4 Germany 2’, emphasising the contribution of Hurst, Moore and Peters in achieving England’s World Cup success. This sequence of sepia photos shows each of the goals being scored and there’s a lively commentary on the backs. The seventh (title) card shows Geoff Hurst kissing the trophy. Size 80 x 63mm.
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World Cup 1966 (2005)

World Cup 1966 (2005)

Rockwell - L7 in set

£5.00

Rockwell Military - General Series World War II Posters Industry 2005 World War II Posters Industry 2005 L10 - In 2001 Rockwell produced sets of World War II posters on ‘the Services’ and ‘The Home Front’. Continuing this theme of reproducing wartime posters in colour, this time those exhorting workers to even greater efforts with the likes of ‘Libya, help them finish the job’, ‘Combined operations include you’, ‘the attack begins in the factory’ and so on. All stirring stuff. Size 80 x 63mm.
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World War II Posters Industry 2005

World War II Posters Industry 2005

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Military - General Series World War II Posters Morale 2005 World War II Posters Morale 2005 L10 - ‘Let us go forward together’ is the message on a poster bearing a determined-looking Winston Churchill with tanks and fighters in the background, one of ten designed to boost morale with slogans such as ‘Together’, ‘Never was so much owed by so many to so few’ and another picturing Churchill in a revamp of the famous World War I Kitchener ‘Your country needs you’ campaign. Classic artwork punches home the message. Size 80 x 63mm.
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World War II Posters Morale 2005

World War II Posters Morale 2005

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00