Police of All Nations 1922 (reprint 2005)
Union Jack Military - General Series Police of All Nations 1922 (reprint 2005) Police of All Nations 1922 (reprint 2005) M8 - Police of eight nations would have been a more appropriate title for these cards originally issued with Union Jack Magazine on consecutive Thursdays in May and June 1922. Apart from the British representative (a Beefeater), the colour pictures feature a New York Officer with dogs, a Canadian Mounty, Spanish Civil Guard, Chinese, Indian and two different Italians. Size 70 x 45mm.
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Police of All Nations 1922 (reprint 2005)

Issuer: Union Jack Condition: Mint Description: Police of eight nations would have been a more appropriate title for these cards originally issued with Union Jack Magazine on consecutive Thursdays in May and June 1922. Apart from the British representative (a Beefeater), the colour pictures feature a New York Officer with dogs, a Canadian Mounty, Spanish Civil Guard, Chinese, Indian and two different Italians. Size 70 x 45mm. Number of cards in set: M8 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

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