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New Issues for June 2003

In June we added a further 18 issues to our stock list, they can be found below.

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Ikon (Australia) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Buffy The Story So Far 2000 Buffy The Story So Far 2000 LT81 - Covering Buffy The Vampire Slayer seasons one to four, each with eighteen cards of scenes and characters, some with story backs, others making a sectional picture, the set ends with nine portraits of Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) with Willow, Angel, Xander, Giles etc., at Sunnydale High School in this popular TV series. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Buffy The Story So Far 2000

Buffy The Story So Far 2000

Ikon (Australia) - LT81 in set

£16.00

Inkworks (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Buffy The Vampire Slayer Connections 2003 Buffy The Vampire Slayer Connections 2003 LT72 - Inkworks are the usual source of Buffy cards and this is the 2003 series described as ‘ultra-premium’ because of the ornamental metalized surround. “Connections are the ties that bind, weaving together the lives of this slayer and her companions..” says card number 1. There are nine cards for each of the principal characters: Buffy, Angel, Spike, Willow, Xander, Giles and Anya, plus seven for Dawn and a checklist. Text backs explain the connections. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer Connections 2003

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Connections 2003

Inkworks (USA) - LT72 in set

£18.00

Fry Reprinted Series Days of Nelson 1906 (reprint 2003) Days of Nelson 1906 (reprint 2003) 25 - This set of 25 colour cards details the life of Britain’s greatest naval hero Admiral Horatio Nelson, starting with pictures of his birthplace and school and following on with representations of his exploits, battles, ships, associates, memorials etc. The fronts bear the words “Fry’s Cocoa & Chocolate Makers to H.M. The King” whilst the backs contain a banner bearing his famous lines “England Expects Every Man Will Do His Duty” and a write up relating to the card front. A fitting tribute to a great man. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Days of Nelson 1906 (reprint 2003)

Days of Nelson 1906 (reprint 2003)

Fry - 25 in set

£6.50

Fry Military - General Series Days of Wellington 1906 (reprint 2003) Days of Wellington 1906 (reprint 2003) 25 - This set of 25 colour pictures follows the life and achievements of Britain’s great military leader the Duke of Wellington. Beginning with a picture of him as a young man of 24 the set goes on to show his family house in Dublin, depictions of his many battles including Waterloo, medals as well as his funeral and monument in St Paul’s Cathedral. The fronts bear the words “Fry’s Cocoa & Chocolate Makers to H.M. The King” whilst the backs give relevant facts concerning his life. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Days of Wellington 1906 (reprint 2003)
Rittenhouse (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Farscape Season 4 2003 Farscape Season 4 2003 LT72 - Continuing on from the Season 3 set, this fourth series is numbered 217 to 288 with three cards for each of the 22 episodes of season 4 of this TV sci-fi saga. The first three cards make up into a sectional montage of the cards backed by a quote putting the story in context “My name is John Crichton. An astronaut. Three years ago I got shot through a wormhole…” etc., whilst the last three cards form another montage with checklist backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Farscape Season 4 2003

Farscape Season 4 2003

Rittenhouse (USA) - LT72 in set

£8.00

Golden Era Motoring Ferrari 1950s and 1960s (2003) Ferrari 1950s and 1960s (2003) L7 - The name Ferrari is inseparable from motor racing and the famous Italian car make has been extraordinarily successful on the track, but has also produced some stunning sports cars as we see in this series of pictures by Philip Emms, including the 250 GT SWB in which Stirling Moss won the 1960-61 Tourist Trophy, the 1964 275 GT Berlinetta which was the first Ferrari to adopt the ‘trans-axle’ layout still in use today, and the classic grand tourer 330 with its V12 engine with quality, luxury and performance at its best. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Ferrari 1950s and 1960s (2003)

Ferrari 1950s and 1960s (2003)

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Ferrari 1970s and 1980s (2003) Ferrari 1970s and 1980s (2003) L7 - This set with artwork by Philip Emms showcases the 1968 Daytona (0 to 60mph in 5.4 seconds!), the Pininfarina-styled Dino of which more than 3,700 were built between 1969 and 1974, the 308 GTS the earlier models of which had a part glassfibre bodywork and the F40 built to celebrate forty years of Ferraris and upstage the Porsche 959 to become the world’s fastest production car (201mph). Size 80 x 62mm.
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Ferrari 1970s and 1980s (2003)

Ferrari 1970s and 1980s (2003)

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Wills Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Golden Era 1999 Golden Era 1999 L10 - Produced in 1999 to mark the end of card series featured in Castella Panatella cigars this numbered set of ten “Golden Era” cards comprises one each for Britain’s Motoring History, In Search of Steam, The Donington Collection, British Aviation, Classic Sports Cars and The Tank Story, plus two cards each for Soldiers of Waterloo and Britain’s Steam Railways, all with special commemorative backs. Size 85 x 55mm.
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Golden Era 1999

Golden Era 1999

Wills - L10 in set

£20.00

Frameability Miscellaneous Trade Cards Highwaymen 2003 Highwaymen 2003 L10 - Featuring colour artwork by Peter Elliott, this series illustrates the exploits of nine of Britain’s most notorious highwaymen who wreaked terror on the roads during the 18th century, including the best-known of them all, Dick Turpin, hanged at York, his partner in crime Tom King whom Turpin shot dead by accident, and Jack Sheppard famed for his prison breaking exploits. All exciting stuff, graphically described on the card backs. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Highwaymen 2003

Highwaymen 2003

Frameability - L10 in set

£5.00

American Tobacco Co (USA) Reprinted Series Military Uniforms numbered (green net design back) 1900 (reprint 2003) Military Uniforms numbered (green net design back) 1900 (reprint 2003) 25 - These 25 cards are reproduced from the series produced in 1900 featuring excellent colour pictures of various regimental uniforms, many shown against appropriate scenic backgrounds. The cards have numbered fronts and feature soldiers from the UK and India including the Black Watch, King’s Royal Rifle Corps. and the 6th Bengal Cavalry. The backs state “These pictures are packed in the brands of cigarettes manufactured by The American Tobacco Co” with the company name in a net design oval and are marked as reprints issued by Card Promotions at the base. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Military Uniforms numbered (green net design back) 1900 (reprint 2003)

Military Uniforms numbered (green net design back) 1900 (reprint 2003)

American Tobacco Co (USA) - 25 in set

£6.50

Golden Era Motoring Porsche 356 (1950-65) 2003 Porsche 356 (1950-65) 2003 L7 - Ferdinand Porsche built the first 356 (design office blueprint number) in temporary premises in a former Austrian sawmill in June 1948 using a Volkswagen Beetle engine. Driven by Ferdie’s cousin it won its class at Innsbruck a month later. This aluminium roadster was the progenitor of a remarkable bloodline that survives to the present day. The company’s early history is told on these cards which feature 356-001, 356 coupe, 356 American roadster, 356A Speedster, 356A and 356C Carrera 2, spanning the years to 1965. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Porsche 356 (1950-65) 2003

Porsche 356 (1950-65) 2003

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Porsche 911 (1963-77) 2003 Porsche 911 (1963-77) 2003 L7 - Launched in 1963 as a replacement for the 356, the 911 is probably the most successful sports car of all time. It survived design and performance developments to retain its distinctive character and become an icon of style and automotive engineering. Here we see the original 911 of 1963, the 912, the 911S, the 911 Carrera RS introduced in 1972 with lighter body panels, the 1973 Carrera 3.0 (those for the American market has special bumpers and emission control to meet new laws) and the 911 Turbo which arrived in 1974 with a top speed of 153mph. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Porsche 911 (1963-77) 2003

Porsche 911 (1963-77) 2003

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Porsche 911 (1978-98) 2003 Porsche 911 (1978-98) 2003 L7 - Although the 911 series first came out in 1963 it remained broadly the same shape for four decades and has probably the most easily identified profile in the sports car world. This set covers 911 models produced between 1978 and 1998, starting with the 911sc ‘ world car’ built to various specifications to meet different countries’ regulations, through to the 996 coupe – the fifth generation of the 911 series bristling with digital technology and described as an ‘idiot-proof’ driving machine. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Porsche 911 (1978-98) 2003

Porsche 911 (1978-98) 2003

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Wills Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Russ Abbot Advertising Cards 1993 Russ Abbot Advertising Cards 1993 L12 - This series of 12 cards came out with Classic cigars in 1993 and features comedian Russ Abbot as ‘The man-who thinks that little bit bigger’ in various amusing situations as shown on television and poster advertisements. Size 80 x 47mm.
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Russ Abbot Advertising Cards 1993

Russ Abbot Advertising Cards 1993

Wills - L12 in set

£18.00

Gallaher Military - General Series The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003) The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003) 50 - This set of 50 cards follows on from the first series numbered 1 to 50 reproduced in 2003 and like that series are reprinted in a slightly longer, more popular size with the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. The horizontal and vertical colour pictures contain a diverse selection of things relating to the Great War from the obvious like dug outs, planes and observation balloons to the more obscure such as the Japanese method of carrying wounded, oxen hauled Servian artillery and even an Indian winding his turban. The backs contain fascinating information concerning the subject concerned. Size 68 x 36mm.
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The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003)

The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003)

Gallaher - 50 in set

£8.50

Gallaher Reprinted Series The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 5th Series 1915 (reprint 2003) The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 5th Series 1915 (reprint 2003) 25 - The colour head and shoulders portraits commemorate acts of bravery rewarded with Britain’s highest honour during the first two years of World War I, as told on the descriptive backs. These have been reproduced in a slightly longer size than the original to make them standard size, the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. Series 8 features numbers 101 to 125 and is the second in a series of reprint sets on this subject, the dimensions of which vary slightly. Size 68 x 37mm.
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The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 5th Series 1915 (reprint 2003)
Gallaher Reprinted Series The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 7th Series 1915 (reprint 2003) The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 7th Series 1915 (reprint 2003) 25 - The colour head and shoulders portraits commemorate acts of bravery rewarded with Britain’s highest honour during the first two years of World War I, as told on the descriptive backs. These have been reproduced in a slightly longer size than the original to make them standard size, the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. Series 7 features numbers 151 to 175 and is the second in a series of reprint sets on this subject, the dimensions of which vary slightly. Size 68 x 37mm.
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The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 7th Series 1915 (reprint 2003)
Gallaher Reprinted Series The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 8th Series 1915 (reprint 2003) The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 8th Series 1915 (reprint 2003) 25 - The colour head and shoulders portraits commemorate acts of bravery rewarded with Britain’s highest honour during the first two years of World War I, as told on the descriptive backs. These have been reproduced in a slightly longer size than the original to make them standard size, the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. Series 8 features numbers 175 to 200 and is the second in a series of reprint sets on this subject, the dimensions of which vary slightly. Size 68 x 37mm.
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The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 8th Series 1915 (reprint 2003)