Historic Hampshire 1996
Harbour Digital Miscellaneous Trade Cards Historic Hampshire 1996 Historic Hampshire 1996 24 - This is a series of pleasant colour prints reproduced from 19th cemtury paintings of Hampshire views, tranquil scenes from coast, town and country, including six of Winchester, two of Old Basing, and Hambledon, home of English cricket. The view is named on the back, together with the series title, but note number 24 has the wrong series title ie "Ships that Battle the Seas". There is no number 17, but two number 15s. Size 70 x 38mm.
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Historic Hampshire 1996

Issuer: Harbour Digital Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: This is a series of pleasant colour prints reproduced from 19th cemtury paintings of Hampshire views, tranquil scenes from coast, town and country, including six of Winchester, two of Old Basing, and Hambledon, home of English cricket. The view is named on the back, together with the series title, but note number 24 has the wrong series title ie "Ships that Battle the Seas". There is no number 17, but two number 15s. Size 70 x 38mm. Number of cards in set: 24

Price for complete set: Only £6.00

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