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Ewbanks Animals & Wildlife Animals of the Farmyard 1960 Animals of the Farmyard 1960 25 - This set contains lovely colour photos of sixteen of the best horses from the 1960s and 1970s including such great names as Arkle, Night Nurse, Red Rum, L’Escargot, Bustino and Crow. The burgundy on white numbered backs list basic facts such as owner, trainer and major wins with additional information on the Arkle card including details of his last race. A fine set for fans of the turf with cards size 80 x 62mm.
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Animals of the Farmyard 1960

Animals of the Farmyard 1960

Ewbanks - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £8.00 Special Offer £5.50

Amalgamated Tobacco Aviation & Space Into Space 1958 Into Space 1958 25 - This set takes us from early balloon flight through to Sputnik and the space race, plus dramatic visions of the future of space travel. The subjects covered on these colour cards are an eclectic mix or real and fantasy and include the Wright Brothers plane, gliding over the Alps, ‘Laika’ the Sputnik dog, American’s Jupiter ‘C’ rocket, diagrams and pictures of what they thought space suits and rockets would look like, an imaginary atom powered plane and pictures of the Royal Navy’s Sea Slug rockets in action. All the action is described on the number backs. This was also issued by John E. Esslemont Ltd in 1966, Musgrave Brothers Ltd in 1961 and A. S Wilkin Ltd in 1960. An interesting set with cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Into Space 1958

Into Space 1958

Amalgamated Tobacco - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £8.00 Special Offer £5.50

General Foods (S Africa) Animals & Wildlife Animals and Birds 1973 Animals and Birds 1973 L50 - This set contains excellent colour photos of creatures which range from standard farm animals like pigs, cows, goats, sheep and horses to the more exotic like kangaroos, rock jumping penguins, sea lions, emus, Jaguar cub, dromedary camels, ringtailed lemurs, flamingos, polar bears etc. There are also some lovely dog and cat pictures. The text on the back is in English and Afrikaans and the cards are size 90 x 60mm. An album was also produced to house this series which could be obtained by writing with 20 cents to General Foods in Johannesburg.
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Animals and Birds 1973

Animals and Birds 1973

General Foods (S Africa) - L50 in set

Catalogue Price £9.00 Special Offer £6.00

Futera (UK) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Chicken Run Stickers (Aardman Dreamworks Film) 2000 Chicken Run Stickers (Aardman Dreamworks Film) 2000 M180 - These stickers are from the brilliant Chicken Run animated film produced by Aardman (distributed in the U.S by Dreamworks), their first feature length film. It tells the story of a group of chickens led by the feisty Ginger (voiced by Julia Sawalha) as they try to escape from Tweedy’s Chicken Farm before they are turned into chicken pies. When a rooster named Rocky (voiced by Mel Gibson) crash lands in their pen they believe they have finally found a way out as he can teach them to fly over the fence. There then follow some humorous scenes as he tries to teach the chickens to fly whilst hiding the fact that he cannot fly either. Rocky falls for the clever Ginger and in the end the chickens pull together to make a plane which allows them all to escape to the safety of a deserted island. Good clean family fun that never goes out of favour as it is regularly repeated on television. Some of the colourful stickers can be assembled into blocks making up scenes from the film within an orange border, whilst others are individual pictures. The backs are numbered with company details of the issuers and distributing companies but no other information. Size 68 x 54mm.
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Chicken Run Stickers (Aardman Dreamworks Film) 2000

Chicken Run Stickers (Aardman Dreamworks Film) 2000

Futera (UK) - M180 in set

Catalogue Price £9.50 Special Offer £7.00

Duo (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Gone with the Wind 1996 Gone with the Wind 1996 LT90 - Produced in 1939 the film is set during the American Civil War and starred Vivien Leigh as spoilt plantation owner’s daughter Scarlett O’Hara opposite Clark Gable as Rhett Butler. The set contains film posters, shots from the film, portraits of the stars etc. Like many a romance the path of true love doesn’t run smooth. Scarlett loves another, Ashley, but he loves Melanie. By the time Scarlett realizes that it is Rhett she loves it is too late and he has left her, although the film ends with her vowing to win him back. The backs are full of trivia and facts, for instance we are told to film the burning of Atlanta they created the largest blaze in film history. Size 89 x 69mm
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Gone with the Wind 1996

Gone with the Wind 1996

Duo (USA) - LT90 in set

Catalogue Price £9.50 Special Offer £7.00

Anonymous Tobacco (China) Football Hints on Association Football (Ref ZE3-2) 1934 Hints on Association Football (Ref ZE3-2) 1934 48 - These colourful cards date from around 1930 and contain drawings of Chinese footballers in action so you see shots on goal, throw-ins, diving saves etc. We particularly like the last card in the set which shows a busy goal-mouth scene with players jostling for position and you can just see the ball coming in at the top right-hand corner. The backs contain Chinese text which we assume from the title give tips concerning the game and all are numbered. A fine football set worth collecting just for the illustration. The cards are size 62 x 36mm.
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Hints on Association Football (Ref ZE3-2) 1934

Hints on Association Football (Ref ZE3-2) 1934

Anonymous Tobacco (China) - 48 in set

Catalogue Price £10.00 Special Offer £7.00

Amalgamated Tobacco Stamps, Coins & Banknotes British Coins and Costumes 1958 British Coins and Costumes 1958 25 - This is an interesting set which details the history of British money from the ring money of the ancient Celts to the George II shilling, but as well as picturing the coins we also see an example of the type of dress worn in the period. So for instance we see a Roman coin of Augustus and a citizen in his toga or an Edward IV angel coin accompanied by a man in a suit of armour. Among the interesting coins is a William and Mary shilling which pictures both heads on the coin and a Cromwell sixpence which is extremely rare. The numbered backs give a brief write up about the coin and contain an advert for “Mills Filtertips”. This set was also produced as an anonymous issue without the advert. The cards are size 68 x 36mm.
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British Coins and Costumes 1958

British Coins and Costumes 1958

Amalgamated Tobacco - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £12.50 Special Offer £8.50

Empson Birds, Butterflies & Moths Tropical Birds 1966 Tropical Birds 1966 25 - This colourful set showcases exotic and beautiful examples from the avian world and the text on the card backs give plenty of information about the featured bird. We learn for instance that the Violet Plantain Eater of West Africa has flight feathers which contain a copper compound (turacin) which is so soluble it washed out in the rain, or that the King Bird of Paradise from New Guinea has two middle feathers of wire-like shafts with a metallic emerald disc at the end. Other birds include the Carmine Bee Eater which native watch in flight to locate the bee nests and get honey, the West African Crowned Crane which stands 4ft high and has been kept for ornamental purposes, the Grey-Headed Kingfisher which lives in dry savannahs, the Toco Toucan which has a long feathered tongue which is highly sensitive, Roseate Spoonbills and American species with a figure of eight convolution of the windpipe, Long Tailed Parrakeet, Swallow-Tailed Kite and the unusual King of Saxony’s Bird of Paradise with its two extremely long scalloped eye-plumes to name just a few. This set was also issued by Browne Bros., Musgrave Brothers, Northern Co-Op, Sketchley Cleaners and Wilcocks & Wilcocks and these are the same except for the company name on the reverse. These cards are size 63 x 36mm.
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Tropical Birds 1966

Tropical Birds 1966

Empson - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £12.50 Special Offer £8.50

G D S Cards Horse Racing and the Turf Great Racehorses of Our Time 1994 Great Racehorses of Our Time 1994 L16 - This set contains lovely colour photos of sixteen of the best horses from the 1960s and 1970s including such great names as Arkle, Night Nurse, Red Rum, L’Escargot, Bustino and Crow. The burgundy on white numbered backs list basic facts such as owner, trainer and major wins with additional information on the Arkle card including details of his last race. A fine set for fans of the turf with cards size 80 x 62mm.
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Great Racehorses of Our Time 1994

Great Racehorses of Our Time 1994

G D S Cards - L16 in set

Catalogue Price £14.00 Special Offer £9.50

Fax Pax Golf Golf 1986 Golf 1986 L36 - Produced as part of the ‘Knowledge in a Nutshell’ series this set comes with rounded corners in its own box and pictures in full colour golfers from the era including Bernhard Langer, Ian Woosnam, Nick Faldo, John Miller, Seve Ballesteros, Sandy Lyle, Ian Baker-Finch, Greg Norman, Lee Trevino, Jack Nicklaus etc. The backs give facts like their date of birth, height, hobbies, career earnings and successful tournaments as well as their world ranking. A must for any fan of the game. Cards size 102 x 64mm.
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Golf 1986

Golf 1986

Fax Pax - L36 in set

Catalogue Price £15.00 Special Offer £11.00

Mister Softee Pop Stars & Singers Mister Softees Top 20 1963 Mister Softees Top 20 1963 20 - Reminisce with the sound of the ‘sixties, courtesy of our Mister Softee’s Top 20 with the likes of Acker Bilk and Kenny Ball, Cliff Richard and The Shadows, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Shirley Bassey, Lonnie Donegan, Adam Faith and Connie Francis, plus ten more big names all pictured at the peak of their careers, as described by “New Record Mirror” for Mister Softee’s ice cream.
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Mister Softees Top 20 1963

Mister Softees Top 20 1963

Mister Softee - 20 in set

Catalogue Price £15.00 Special Offer £11.00

Ewbanks Sports Miscellaneous Sports and Games 1958 Sports and Games 1958 25 - This is a lovely and unusual set featuring colour pictures of different sports from the common such as athletics, tennis, football, rugby, boxing, cricket and golf to the less well-represented on cards such as fencing, swimming, bob-sleighing, T.T racing, archery, skiing, greyhound racing, rowing, canoeing, ice hockey, climbing, net ball, table tennis and yachting. Included also is fox-hunting which these days would not be regarded as either a sport or game and even on the card is described as a pastime. The backs contain plenty of information about the subject, for instance, we are told table tennis was formerly called ping-pong or that ice hockey is said to be the fastest game in the world. This set was also issued by Amalgamated Tobacco and in 1964 by Lamberts. The cards are size 67 x 36mm.
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Sports and Games 1958

Sports and Games 1958

Ewbanks - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £15.00 Special Offer £11.00

Gallery Of Legends Golf The British Open Golf Collection 1999 The British Open Golf Collection 1999 72 - Produced to commemorate the 1998 Open at Royal Birkdale, the series depicts all 68 champions from 1860 onwards in colour artwork by David Foster. The four additional cards showing the champions belt, trophy, acknowledgments and a list of the 21 players who won the event more than once, led by six-times winner Harry Vardon. The numbered, descriptive green on white backs give a pen portrait and statistics. The portraits show a pleasing variety of action shots and poses. Size 68 x 36mm
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The British Open Golf Collection 1999

The British Open Golf Collection 1999

Gallery Of Legends - 72 in set

Catalogue Price £15.00 Special Offer £11.00

Amalgamated Tobacco Aviation & Space Aircraft of the World 1958 Aircraft of the World 1958 25 - This company issued a number of fine series after the war which were for export only and this set is one of them. It contains colour drawings of aircraft such as a Bristol Helicopter, Vulcan bomber, Gloster Javelin, Fairey F.D.2, Lockheed Super Constellation, Avro Canada C.F 100 Arctic defence fighter plane, Hawker Hunter two-seater fighter, Saunders Roe Skeeter light helicopter, American Grumman F11F-1 Tiger, MIG 19, English Electric P.1A and Canberra, D.H -110 Naval fighter, Bristol Britannia passenger liner, Soviet Tupolev-Myasishchey Bear and De Havilland Vampire. The numbered backs contain plenty of information about the aircraft as well as an advert in French advertising the firm’s “Mills Filtertips”.. These cards are size 68 x 37mm. This set was also produced by Halpin’s Willow Tea in 1958 as a standard and double picture medium size set
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Aircraft of the World 1958

Aircraft of the World 1958

Amalgamated Tobacco - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £20.00 Special Offer £13.00

Gaycon Birds, Butterflies & Moths British Butterflies 1963 British Butterflies 1963 25 - There is much to love about this butterfly set not least the fact that it also features the caterpillar and chrysalis of each butterfly, which are pictured in colour against a light blue background and the backs give basic information such as food, the type of area it likes and where it can be found. It was originally intended that a 2nd series of 25 cards would be issued making a series of 50 in total, as referred to on the card backs, but in fact no further series was issued. An album was also originally available to house these cards which was obtainable from the issuers for a 1/- postal order, as mentioned on the back. Included in this set is a Swallow Tail which is perhaps one of our most beautiful butterflies, the Speckled Wood butterfly who’s chrysalis looks a bit like a Cornish pasty, the Small White which is the enemy of all gardeners, the Silver-washed Fritillary which loves dog-violets and the Red Admiral which migrates over long distances. The cards are size 69 x 36mm
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British Butterflies 1963

British Butterflies 1963

Gaycon - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £20.00 Special Offer £14.00

Anonymous Tobacco (China) Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Chinese Views and Scenes (Ref ZE9-49) c1930 Chinese Views and Scenes (Ref ZE9-49) c1930 10 - These cards contain charming black drawings depicting views and scenes in China such as bridges, gateways, junks on the river, the mountains, pagodas etc., with Chinese text on the backs. An attractive set for any collection but of special interest to anyone from China. The cards are size 59 x 36mm.
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Chinese Views and Scenes (Ref ZE9-49) c1930

Chinese Views and Scenes (Ref ZE9-49) c1930

Anonymous Tobacco (China) - 10 in set

Catalogue Price £20.00 Special Offer £13.00

Epol (South Africa) Dogs and Pets Dogs 1974 Dogs 1974 M30 - At the time these were issued Epol were the largest manufacturers of animal food in South Africa and were associated with Associated British Foods in the UK. These cards were packed in one of their smaller retail and supermarket packs and for ten cents the collector could order an album to hold them. The cards are very fine and when the set was reviewed in our magazine 1974 we reported that Epol had said that “the photographing was a major exercise. They are all champion dogs and between them have won many prizes throughout South Africa. They were all photographed on the same day in a studio in Cape Town and had to be taken in and out of the studio with military precision to avoid what could have been some ugly scenes! You will notice that there is no shadow or demarcation of the floor on which the dog is standing, or a wall. This is because a technique was used where the dogs stood on a different coloured curtain..” The black bordered cards contain the breed at the top in English and Afrikaans and the bilingual numbered backs give information on the breed. The pictures are the real star though and their photograph technique really helps the dogs stand out. Among the breeds featured are the Irish Wolfhound, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Labrador Retriever, Pomeranian, Chihuahua, Welsh Corgi, Dalmatian, Pyrenean Mountain Dog, Pug and a Basset Hound with very expressive eyes. Lovely cards size 79 x 54mm.
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Dogs 1974

Dogs 1974

Epol (South Africa) - M30 in set

Catalogue Price £20.00 Special Offer £13.50

Anstie Military - General Series Lord Kitchener (Woven Silk Issue) c1915 Lord Kitchener (Woven Silk Issue) c1915 L1 - This is an image of Lord Kitchener printed on silk and set within a decorated oval with two British flags at the top. Lord Kitchener was a senior British army officer and colonial administrator who attained notoriety for his campaigns against the Boers in South Africa and for his role in the First World War. He was made Secretary of State for War at the start in 1914 and he is most famous as the face of recruitment posters for volunteers for the army which featured the slogan “Your Country Needs You”. At the time he was a popular figure, but after the war when the country faced up to the vast loss of life he became vilified. By then he was already dead having been killed following the sinking of HMS Hampshire in 1916. Modern historians looking back at his war service have gone some way to restoring his reputation, by pointing out that he had said from the start it would be a long war and had pointed out many of the difficulties as well as being a good organiser. This silk measuring 89 x 72mm would have adorned many a patriotic home during the First World War and it is well worth adding this little slice of history to your collection.
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Lord Kitchener (Woven Silk Issue) c1915

Lord Kitchener (Woven Silk Issue) c1915

Anstie - L1 in set

Catalogue Price £20.00 Special Offer £14.00

Abdulla Flowers and the Garden Old Favourites (Flowers) 1936 Old Favourites (Flowers) 1936 25 - Titled Old Favourites the 25 cards contain lovely colour pictures of more traditional garden flowers and the numbered backs give information about the plants including uses and flowering times. Some of the beauties included are the Tulip, which flowers at this time of year, the Tritoma which is better known as the Red Hot Poker, the Sunflower whose oily seeds we are told are enjoyed by chickens, the Snapdragon, the scented Stock, Sweet William, Polyanthus which was formerly known as “bunch-primrose” we are told, the stunning Peony, spring-flowering Pansy and Daffodil, easy to grow Nasturtium, cottage garden favourites the Lupin and Hollyhock, purple Iris, the Foxglove which the card tells us is the source of the drug digitalis, the quickly spreading Forget-Me-Not, plus the stunning Dahlia and Chrysanthemum, the fragrant Cabbage Rose and the later flowering Aster which puts on a show in September and October. Incidentally the back of the Lupin card tells us it will grow in poor soil as it has the power of utilizing nitrogen from the air to enrich the ground in which it grows making it suitable for any garden. This series is also issued by G Phillips.
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Old Favourites (Flowers) 1936

Old Favourites (Flowers) 1936

Abdulla - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £20.00 Special Offer £13.00

Topps (UK) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Black Hole (White card UK printing) 1980 The Black Hole (White card UK printing) 1980 LT88 - Based on the 1979 space film this set pictures scenes from the film set within a blue space border. The film was produced by Walt Disney Productions and has the distinction of being their first P.G film. It told the story of staff returning to Earth after a long mission who come across a lost spaceship which is mysteriously parked near a black hole, but somehow avoiding its gravitational pull. On investigation it is discovered that this ship is captained by a scientist and crewed by android drones and a sinister robert known as Maximilian. The scientist explains that he is preparing to explore the black hole, but when some of the other crew discover the droids are in fact zombie like members of the old crew things turn nasty. The film ended on a bit of a cliff-hanger as they are all forced into the black hole and enter a hellish landscape from which the heroes escape by following a white light to reach a planet on the other side. The backs make up into three different pictures from the film. The cards are size 89 x 64mm
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The Black Hole (White card UK printing) 1980

The Black Hole (White card UK printing) 1980

Topps (UK) - LT88 in set

Catalogue Price £22.00 Special Offer £17.00

Amalgamated Tobacco Military & Armed Forces Army Badges Past and Present 1961 Army Badges Past and Present 1961 25 - These colour cards show the insignia of military regiments both current and ancient, but unusually picture them against the relevant regimental tie. Amongst the regiments included are the Durham Light Infantry, Gloucestershire Regiment, Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, the Life Guards, Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Army Educational Corps, Intelligence Corps, Army Catering Corps, Royal Service Corps, Corps of the Royal Military Police, Royal Corps of Signals and Royal Army Ordnance Corps. The text on the backs gives details of their motto, history and details of their badge. An interesting military set with cards 68 x 36mm
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Army Badges Past and Present 1961

Army Badges Past and Present 1961

Amalgamated Tobacco - 25 in set

Catalogue Price £25.00 Special Offer £17.00

Anonymous Tobacco Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Cinema Stars Set 6 (Plain Back) 1935 Cinema Stars Set 6 (Plain Back) 1935 30 - This set, known as "Set 6" comprises thirty plain back cards with sepia hand-coloured pictures issued in 1935, according to the catalogue. We suspect it was issued slightly earlier. There are clues - Vilma Banky is noted as having been voted most popular actress in 1927. Early talkies such as "The Jazz Singer"and "The Ghost Train" (1928) are mentioned. Dolores DelRio was born in 1904 and we are told she married for the second time at the age of 26 - which takes us to 1930. (Incidentally, another Dolores, Dolores Costello was married to John Barrymore). But there the date clues run out, except by omission - for instance Bebe Daniels' prominent role in "42nd Street" is not included in her list, so we're going to stick our necks out and suggest this set dates from around 1932, and certainly pre-October 1933 because no review ever appeared in Card Collectors News, which began publication that month. Strangely, Esther Ralston appears twice in the set - at numbers 10 and 29 - both with exactly the same texts but different portraits. Why? This set leaves many questions unanswered and could provide film buffs with a lot of research opportunities! Size 67 x 36mm. The set was also issued with hand-coloured pictures and text back by Cavanders.
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Cinema Stars Set 6 (Plain Back) 1935

Cinema Stars Set 6 (Plain Back) 1935

Anonymous Tobacco - 30 in set

Catalogue Price £30.00 Special Offer £22.00

Facchino Miscellaneous Trade Cards How or Why 1937 How or Why 1937 K50 - Facchino's chocolate wafers, details of how they are made, or at least how they were made in 1937, will be found on one of the cards in their series of fifty How or Why?.We particularly like this wide-ranging 'do you know' series, which covers such diverse topics as why cats see in the dark and how the rainbow is formed, as well as answering a multitude of other questions including those in the picture below. Good colourful artwork graces the fronts, whilst the backs give us all the information needed. An interesting series with many pictures reminiscent of pre-war times, the set is offered in finest condition. Size 57 x 35mm
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How or Why 1937

How or Why 1937

Facchino - K50 in set

Catalogue Price £30.00 Special Offer £22.00

Adcock Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Ancient Norwich (11 different from the set of 12 minus No 6) 1928 Ancient Norwich (11 different from the set of 12 minus No 6) 1928 11 out of 12 - The company, which was based in the town, originally produced this as a set of twelve but in fact hardly any number 6 cards were issued and all our sets are of eleven cards only. These unusual monochrome pictures show many of the important old buildings and streets in Norwich including the fabulous Cathedral whose foundations were laid in 1096, the Market Place, Norwich Castle, the mediaeval Guildhall in front of which stands the 1927 War Memorial, Erpingham Gate which is decorated with the figures of twenty six saints, Bridewell Alley with St. Andrew’s Church in the background, the curiously named Stranger’s Hall and Elm Hill which is one of the oldest streets in Norwich. The backs contain a wealth of information such as dates of construction, building materials, builders etc.
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Ancient Norwich (11 different from the set of 12 minus No 6) 1928

Ancient Norwich (11 different from the set of 12 minus No 6) 1928

Adcock - 11 out of 12 in set

Catalogue Price £33.00 Special Offer £24.00

Anstie Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Places of Interest Varnished Front 1939 Places of Interest Varnished Front 1939 40 - This series of black and white pictures with varnished fronts, as the title might suggest, show us buildings and views from England and Wales with plenty of interesting information on the reverse. For instance we learn that the Dew Pond, Hindover, Sussex was supplied with water by condensation of the thick mists and heavy dews frequent upon the downs on cool summer nights or that Toplady the curate of Blagdon wrote the hymn “Rock of Ages..” whilst sheltering from a storm at Burrington Combe in Somerset. Also included are St. Michael’s Mount, Durdle Door, Lulworth, the George Inn at Norton St. Philip, the Roman Bath at Bath, Wye Bridge in Hereford, Chepstow Castle in Monmouth, Shakespeare’s House in Stratford-on-Avon, The Pavilion at Brighton, Dover Castle and the White Horse of Westbury. This was also originally available with an unvarnished front. An interesting set with cards size 67 x 37mm
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Places of Interest Varnished Front 1939

Places of Interest Varnished Front 1939

Anstie - 40 in set

Catalogue Price £36.00 Special Offer £25.00

Abdulla Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Screen Stars 1939 Screen Stars 1939 40 - These cards contain fine colour head and shoulders portraits of female movie stars such as Myrna Loy, Norma Shearer, Luise Rainer, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Margaret Lockwood, Vivien Leigh, Merle Oberon and Joan Blondell. Their names are given on the front and the numbered backs give details of their studio and the issuing company. There are really lovely pictures making this worth adding to any collection. Cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Screen Stars 1939

Screen Stars 1939

Abdulla - 40 in set

Catalogue Price £50.00 Special Offer £38.00

 
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Starter Collections

Ideal for the new collector. We have put togther 2 bargain offers of sets of cards in mint condition saving well over 50% off catalogue prices.

Bargain 10 Offer

10 sets for £35.00
10 Sets selected from Section 1 'British Tobacao Issuers' of our catalogue, issued between 1936 and 1979. These are all original sets and not reprents in top condition Catalogued at £93.00 for a bargain price of £35.00. Sets included in this bargain offer are:

  • Carreras - 50 British Birds 1976
  • Carreras - 50 Military Unifiorms 1976
  • Carreras - 50 Sport Fish 1978
  • Carreras - 50 Vintage Cars 1976
  • Carroll - 25 Birds 1940
  • Murray - 40 Bathing Belles 1939
  • Murray - 50 The Story of Ships 1940
  • Players - 24 The Golden Age of Motoring 1975
  • Teofani - 12 London Views 1936
  • Wills - 25 Pond and Auquarium 1st Series 1950

Price: £35.00

Bargain 20 Offer

20 sets for £30.00
We have selected 20 sets from Section 4 'Trade Card Issuers' of our catalogue, issued between the 1950's and the 1990's, chosen for their wide variety of interesting subjects. All in top condition. Each set is individually catalogued at £3.00 or more, so this collection represents a huge saving on normal prices.

Price: £30.00


Sampler Collections

We have taken one card from each of 450 post-war standard size series and assembled them into nine different groups of 50. These are particularly useful for the collector who wishes to see sample cards before buying complete sets, and are also a great foundation for a "type" collection. Each group of 50 costs £7.00

Price: £7.00


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