Jets-Rockets-Spacemen 1951 (W.T.W. reprint 1985)
Bowman (USA) Aviation & Space Jets-Rockets-Spacemen 1951 (W.T.W. reprint 1985) Jets-Rockets-Spacemen 1951 (W.T.W. reprint 1985) M108 - WTW 1985 reprints of the Bowman gum set produced in 1951 and mixing Sci-Fi space travel fantasy, rocket ships, moonbase, Martian city, etc., together with 1950s aviation reality with the latest jet aircraft such as America’s Voodoo fighter and Britain’s delta-wing Avro 707, with the artwork presented in comic book style. Size 80 x 54mm.
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Jets-Rockets-Spacemen 1951 (W.T.W. reprint 1985)

Issuer: Bowman (USA) Condition: Mint Description: WTW 1985 reprints of the Bowman gum set produced in 1951 and mixing Sci-Fi space travel fantasy, rocket ships, moonbase, Martian city, etc., together with 1950s aviation reality with the latest jet aircraft such as America’s Voodoo fighter and Britain’s delta-wing Avro 707, with the artwork presented in comic book style. Size 80 x 54mm. Number of cards in set: M108 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 £9.00

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