Jazz on a Sunday 2010
Just Jazz Magazine Pop Stars & Singers Jazz on a Sunday 2010 Jazz on a Sunday 2010 EL12 - Jazz is an unusual subject for a modern card set (c2010) so this is a welcome addition. The postcard format backs give information on the band members and their instruments whilst the colour fronts picture them in action. Amongst those featured are the Yorkshire Stompers, the Tuxedo Jazz Band who we are told plan the music of New Orleans, the Tame Valley Stompers who were the Magazine’s Band of the Year in 2008/9, Roy Potts Five and a Penny, Millennium Eagle Jazz Band which featured a teen drummer, Manchester’s Harlem Hot Stompers and the bizarrely named Chicago Teddy Bears Society Jazz Band who are based in the Cheshire/South Lancashire area etc. These cards are size 146 x 105mm \\\\r\\\\n
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Jazz on a Sunday 2010

Issuer: Just Jazz Magazine Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Jazz is an unusual subject for a modern card set (c2010) so this is a welcome addition. The postcard format backs give information on the band members and their instruments whilst the colour fronts picture them in action. Amongst those featured are the Yorkshire Stompers, the Tuxedo Jazz Band who we are told plan the music of New Orleans, the Tame Valley Stompers who were the Magazine’s Band of the Year in 2008/9, Roy Potts Five and a Penny, Millennium Eagle Jazz Band which featured a teen drummer, Manchester’s Harlem Hot Stompers and the bizarrely named Chicago Teddy Bears Society Jazz Band who are based in the Cheshire/South Lancashire area etc. These cards are size 146 x 105mm \\\\r\\\\n Number of cards in set: EL12 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 £6.00

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