Dogs captions in block letters 1934
Gallaher Dogs and Pets Dogs captions in block letters 1934 Dogs captions in block letters 1934 24 - For pedigree dogs Cruft’s is still the premier dog show. Judging is tough and it is difficult to tell how today’s champions compare with yesteryear’s, but you can bet that “Crackley Sure Thing”, the Fox Terrier (Wire) who won the Kennel Club’s “Best in Show” in 1933 would give a good account of himself. He is just one of 24 dogs pictured in this set again a yellow background and with smaller action picture in the righthand corner. Other bid show-circuit winners in the series include the amusingly-named English Setter “Whizbang Steadfast Lady”, a Cocker called “Whoopee of Ware” and “Wild Woolley” winner of the 1932 Greyhound Derby at White city in a record 29.72 seconds. A lovely doggie set with plenty of interesting facts on the reverse. These cards are size 68 x 38mm but this set is also available in a large 80 x 62mm size set. They were also issued with captions in script letters in small (68 x 38mm) and large (80 x 62mm) sizes
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Dogs captions in block letters 1934

Issuer: Gallaher Condition: Very Good to Excellent * These are original and NOT reprints Description: For pedigree dogs Cruft’s is still the premier dog show. Judging is tough and it is difficult to tell how today’s champions compare with yesteryear’s, but you can bet that “Crackley Sure Thing”, the Fox Terrier (Wire) who won the Kennel Club’s “Best in Show” in 1933 would give a good account of himself. He is just one of 24 dogs pictured in this set again a yellow background and with smaller action picture in the righthand corner. Other bid show-circuit winners in the series include the amusingly-named English Setter “Whizbang Steadfast Lady”, a Cocker called “Whoopee of Ware” and “Wild Woolley” winner of the 1932 Greyhound Derby at White city in a record 29.72 seconds. A lovely doggie set with plenty of interesting facts on the reverse. These cards are size 68 x 38mm but this set is also available in a large 80 x 62mm size set. They were also issued with captions in script letters in small (68 x 38mm) and large (80 x 62mm) sizes Number of cards in set: 24

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