British Vans of the 1950s 2002
Golden Era Motoring British Vans of the 1950s 2002 British Vans of the 1950s 2002 L7 - When the Bedford CA van first appeared in 1952 what a wonderfully futuristic design it was compared to what was around at the time. This classic vehicle graces the introductory card to this original series which includes the Morris JB in Royal Mail livery, a Commer Q25 (Lyons Ice Cream), Trojan Senior (B.R.S.) etc., all with good descriptions on the backs. Size 79 x 61mm.
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British Vans of the 1950s 2002

Issuer: Golden Era Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: When the Bedford CA van first appeared in 1952 what a wonderfully futuristic design it was compared to what was around at the time. This classic vehicle graces the introductory card to this original series which includes the Morris JB in Royal Mail livery, a Commer Q25 (Lyons Ice Cream), Trojan Senior (B.R.S.) etc., all with good descriptions on the backs. Size 79 x 61mm. Number of cards in set: L7 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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