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New Issues for August 2004

In August we added a further 6 issues to our stock list, they can be found below.

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Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Catwomen The Movie 2004 Catwomen The Movie 2004 LT72 - Halle Berry is the black-leather-clad star, performing many of her own stunts and spending hours in a wire harness to pounce, climb, leap and fall, as we discover in the ‘behind-the-scenes’ cards in this series. The set begins with character cards including Sharon Stone as the cosmetic queen Laurel Hedare, followed by shots from the film with the backs bearing further pictures and the story, innocent woman murdered, resurrected by ancient cat spirit, fights to save others from her killers. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Catwomen The Movie 2004

Catwomen The Movie 2004

Inkworks (USA) - LT72 in set

£12.00

Sporting Profiles Football Charles Buchans Football Monthly Magazine Covers 2004 Charles Buchans Football Monthly Magazine Covers 2004 L20 - These are colour reproductions of magazine covers dating between 1954 and 1957, Charles Buchan’s Football Monthly, one shilling and sixpence (two shillings overseas), great football action with the likes of John Charles and Len Shackleton, some with special contents adverts – “no mean rivals – the story of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur” (June 1957), “World Cup Special” (July 1957) and “Special Cup Souvenir” (May 1955). The backs make up into a giant picture of boys playing football in the street. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Charles Buchans Football Monthly Magazine Covers 2004

Charles Buchans Football Monthly Magazine Covers 2004

Sporting Profiles - L20 in set

£9.50

Rittenhouse (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Conan Art of the Hyborian Age 2004 Conan Art of the Hyborian Age 2004 LT72 - “Hither came Conan, the Cimmerian, black-haired, sullen-eyed, sword in hand; a reaver, a thief, a slayer, with gigantic melancholies and gigantic mirth, to tread the jewelled thrones of the earth under his sandaled feet.” Oh! Following checklists and an introductory card, the remaining 69 cards depict covers of “The Savage Sword of Conan the Barbarian” magazine (a Marvel comic) between 1975 and 1995 with further work by the artist concerned, as named on the checklist (except no. 50 ‘unknown’) on the fronts. Size 88 x 63mm.
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Conan Art of the Hyborian Age 2004

Conan Art of the Hyborian Age 2004

Rittenhouse (USA) - LT72 in set

£11.00

Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lord of The Rings Return of The King 2nd Series 2004 Lord of The Rings Return of The King 2nd Series 2004 LT72 - This series, numbered 91 to 162, shows scenes from the concluding instalment of director Peter Jackson’s film trilogy of Tolkein’s “The Lord of The Rings”, but the pictures and texts on the backs are of even greater interest, we see the actors on and off set, the work of the make-up artists, digital wizardry, costume designs, conceptual sketches and so on, all of which give a marvellous insight into the making of this film, one of the most financially successful and critically acclaimed movies of all time, richly deserving the eleven Academy Awards at this year’s Oscars. Size 89 x 63mm
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Lord of The Rings Return of The King 2nd Series 2004

Lord of The Rings Return of The King 2nd Series 2004

Topps (USA) - LT72 in set

£12.00

Golden Era Motoring On The Move Classic British Lorries 2004 On The Move Classic British Lorries 2004 L10 - The artwork on these cards is absolutely terrific. Top marks go to artist Mike Jeffries who has captured perfectly the heyday of British-built lorries going about their business in the 1950s and ‘60s – Atkinson, A.E.C, Foden, Guy, Leyland and Scammell whose bonneted ‘Arctic Eights’ were prominent among the few articulated lorries on the roads fifty years ago, plus ERF, which, by the 1990s, was the only remaining British owned maker of heavy commercial vehicles (apart from specialist Dennis). Excellent text backs. Size 79 x 63mm.
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On The Move Classic British Lorries 2004

On The Move Classic British Lorries 2004

Golden Era - L10 in set

£3.75

Golden Era Motoring Road Haulage Classic British Lorries 2004 Road Haulage Classic British Lorries 2004 L10 - Here we have a selection of lorries from the two decades following World War II, when Britain was a world leader in the production of heavy commercial vehicles. The finely-detailed artwork by Mike Jeffries portrays a variety of lorries by the major manufacturers including two by A.E.C, or rather three because the Maudslay shown on No. 8 was built by A.E.C. who took over Maudslays in 1948, as we discover from the highly informative texts. Size 79 x 63mm.
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Road Haulage Classic British Lorries 2004

Road Haulage Classic British Lorries 2004

Golden Era - L10 in set

£3.75