Speedway Programme Covers 4th Series The Fabulous 40s 2004
Aston Cards Motoring Speedway Programme Covers 4th Series The Fabulous 40s 2004 Speedway Programme Covers 4th Series The Fabulous 40s 2004 LT24 - Subtitled “The Fabulous 40s”, this new series from Aston Cards takes us forward from “the early years” to the period immediately after the war when old tracks re-opened and new ones were inaugurated. The fronts of these cards reproduce programme covers and the backs are a mine of information, for example Wembley Speedway at the Empire Stadium, home to “the Lions” , League Champions in 1946, ’47 and ’49, National Trophy winners in 1938 and British Speedway Cup Winners in 1947. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Speedway Programme Covers 4th Series The Fabulous 40s 2004

Issuer: Aston Cards Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Subtitled “The Fabulous 40s”, this new series from Aston Cards takes us forward from “the early years” to the period immediately after the war when old tracks re-opened and new ones were inaugurated. The fronts of these cards reproduce programme covers and the backs are a mine of information, for example Wembley Speedway at the Empire Stadium, home to “the Lions” , League Champions in 1946, ’47 and ’49, National Trophy winners in 1938 and British Speedway Cup Winners in 1947. Size 90 x 64mm. Number of cards in set: LT24 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 £16.00

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