The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003)
Gallaher Military - General Series The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003) The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003) 50 - This set of 50 cards follows on from the first series numbered 1 to 50 reproduced in 2003 and like that series are reprinted in a slightly longer, more popular size with the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. The horizontal and vertical colour pictures contain a diverse selection of things relating to the Great War from the obvious like dug outs, planes and observation balloons to the more obscure such as the Japanese method of carrying wounded, oxen hauled Servian artillery and even an Indian winding his turban. The backs contain fascinating information concerning the subject concerned. Size 68 x 36mm.
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The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003)

Issuer: Gallaher Condition: Mint Description: This set of 50 cards follows on from the first series numbered 1 to 50 reproduced in 2003 and like that series are reprinted in a slightly longer, more popular size with the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. The horizontal and vertical colour pictures contain a diverse selection of things relating to the Great War from the obvious like dug outs, planes and observation balloons to the more obscure such as the Japanese method of carrying wounded, oxen hauled Servian artillery and even an Indian winding his turban. The backs contain fascinating information concerning the subject concerned. Size 68 x 36mm. Number of cards in set: 50

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