Aaahh! Real Monsters Colouring Cards 1995
Fleer (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Aaahh! Real Monsters Colouring Cards 1995 Aaahh! Real Monsters Colouring Cards 1995 LT10 - As you can guess from the title, these cards continue to exploit Nickelodeon’s Aaahh! Real Monsters kids TV programme with a further selection of coloured pictures numbered 1 to 10. On the backs are black line drawings on a plain white background, intended for drawing in. Size 89 x 68mm.
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Aaahh! Real Monsters Colouring Cards 1995

Issuer: Fleer (USA) Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: As you can guess from the title, these cards continue to exploit Nickelodeon’s Aaahh! Real Monsters kids TV programme with a further selection of coloured pictures numbered 1 to 10. On the backs are black line drawings on a plain white background, intended for drawing in. Size 89 x 68mm. Number of cards in set: LT10 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

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