Speedway Programme Covers 6th Series More Early Years 1920/40s (2006)
Aston Cards Motoring Speedway Programme Covers 6th Series More Early Years 1920/40s (2006) Speedway Programme Covers 6th Series More Early Years 1920/40s (2006) LT24 - This further batch of twenty-four programme covers from speedway’s early years includes on from West Ham with the largest capacity of any stadium in England (120,000), the cover from the first every meeting at Walthamstow on 16th August 1934, White City Manchester ( “We’ll buy your old card for cash”), White City Cardiff, White City Glasgow and, of course, White City London, down to the short-lived Caxton circuit, home to the Newmarket Motorcyle Club “years of operation 1931”, but the programme is from May 1932. Size 90 x 64mm
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Speedway Programme Covers 6th Series More Early Years 1920/40s (2006)

Issuer: Aston Cards Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: This further batch of twenty-four programme covers from speedway’s early years includes on from West Ham with the largest capacity of any stadium in England (120,000), the cover from the first every meeting at Walthamstow on 16th August 1934, White City Manchester ( “We’ll buy your old card for cash”), White City Cardiff, White City Glasgow and, of course, White City London, down to the short-lived Caxton circuit, home to the Newmarket Motorcyle Club “years of operation 1931”, but the programme is from May 1932. 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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