Cardiff City Legends 2003
South Wales Echo Football Cardiff City Legends 2003 Cardiff City Legends 2003 L36 - Issued with the South Wales Echo newspaper, this series of 36 cards pictures Cardiff City footballers between 1913 and 2003, mostly action shots, some back & white some in colour, with descriptions on the backs. Included is Fred Keenor who captained the team at two finals in the 1920s despite having been wounded in World War I, ‘Golden Boy’ Ivor Allchurch, John Toshack, and ‘Gentle Giant’ John Charles. size 91 x 56mm
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Cardiff City Legends 2003

Issuer: South Wales Echo Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Issued with the South Wales Echo newspaper, this series of 36 cards pictures Cardiff City footballers between 1913 and 2003, mostly action shots, some back & white some in colour, with descriptions on the backs. Included is Fred Keenor who captained the team at two finals in the 1920s despite having been wounded in World War I, ‘Golden Boy’ Ivor Allchurch, John Toshack, and ‘Gentle Giant’ John Charles. size 91 x 56mm Number of cards in set: L36 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

Price for complete set: Only £7.50

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