Flowers 1936
Carreras Flowers and the Garden Flowers 1936 Flowers 1936 50 - Tulips and daffodils, wallflowers and primulas paint a colourful picture with this set. Card collectors needn’t look outdoors to enjoy nature’s celebration, because this set portrays fifty superb examples in glorious colour set against a black background. On the card backs the cultivation notes by the editor of Amateur Gardening magazine ensure that even the least green-fingered of us cannot fail to turn our gardens into a miniature Chelsea Flower Show. Size 68 x 36mm
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Flowers 1936

Issuer: Carreras Condition: Very Good to Excellent * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Tulips and daffodils, wallflowers and primulas paint a colourful picture with this set. Card collectors needn’t look outdoors to enjoy nature’s celebration, because this set portrays fifty superb examples in glorious colour set against a black background. On the card backs the cultivation notes by the editor of Amateur Gardening magazine ensure that even the least green-fingered of us cannot fail to turn our gardens into a miniature Chelsea Flower Show. Size 68 x 36mm Number of cards in set: 50

Price for complete set: Only £25.00

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