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G D S Cards Military & Armed Forces Military (1890-1905) by Richard Simkin 2008 Military (1890-1905) by Richard Simkin 2008 EL4 - Simkin’s attention to detail portraying soldiers from the late Victorian era is clearly demonstrated in these pictures of officers and men, mounted or on foot, from the Cameronians, Duke of York’s Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars, The Queen’s and Queen’s Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry Cavalry, with their story told on the backs. Postcard size 148 x 103mm.
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Military (1890-1905) by Richard Simkin 2008

G D S Cards - EL4 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Buses in Britain 1960s (2005) Buses in Britain 1960s (2005) LT10 - A treat for bus fans, this is a celebration of British-built public service vehicles of the 1960s, the AEC Routemaster in B.E.A. colours, Daimler Freeline (Great Yarmouth), Leyland Atlantean (Ribble Motor Services) and so on. The luxury “Gay Hostesses” version of the Atlantean took advantage of the new motorways to run express services from the North-West to London. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Buses in Britain 1960s (2005)

Golden Era - LT10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Railways Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005 Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005 10 - A double treat for railway buffs, this set not only depicts platform views of stations which were closed from the 1950s onwards, many due to Dr. Beeching’s cuts, but each photo also shows a train, including the Pines Express steaming through Blandford Forum on the old Somerset & Dorset. Among the other stations are Mold, Long Melford and Midsomer Norton. Very comprehensive and interesting text backs. size 68 X 36mm
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Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Railways Early Locomotives Series Two 2005 Early Locomotives Series Two 2005 10 - This selection of early steam engines takes us forward from the mid-nineteenth century with performance constantly improving. The Jenny Lind (1847) was constructed for a number of railway companies at a peak production of one per week, whilst Gooch’s 8-footer was built to demonstrate Brunnel’s Great Western Railway was superior to the standard 4’8” guage. As with the first series, the locos. are shown in colour on a white background, with text backs. size 68 X 37mm
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Early Locomotives Series Two 2005

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004 Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004 10 - The men’s champions are in chronological order from Lew Hoad 1956 to Pete Sampras 2000 (his seventh championship) via Laver, Emerson, Newcombe, Connors, Borg, McEnroe, Becker and Edberg, the pictures again either black and white or with mauve tinge and with trophy inset at base. size 68 x 37mm
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Rockwell Military - General Series World War II Posters The Home Front 2001 World War II Posters The Home Front 2001 10 - “Dig for Victory”, “Careless Talk Costs Lives”, “Switch Off The Light” and “Is Your Journey Really Necssary” are just some of the poster campaigns designed to aid the war effort on the Home Front. Particularly appealing is the “Save Kitchen Waste to Feed the Pigs” card with six little piggies saying “Thanks”. They get the message over with a catchy slogan and some brilliant artwork that would put to shame some of today’s advertising efforts. Churchill’s on the back pointing his finger. This large size set, issued in 2001, is also available in a standard size. This set is size 79 x 62mm.
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World War II Posters The Home Front 2001

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Cardlynx Native North American Indians and Cowboys Wild West Outlaws 2013 Wild West Outlaws 2013 EL6 - Cardlynx are already known to collectors for their distinctive card issues, and this is another dual-purpose set. The fronts are colour pictures (artwork by Jeff Crawford) of U.S. 19th century outlaws, Jesse James, Butch Cassidy, Billy the Kid etc. The backs bear a ‘wanted’ poster on the left whilst on the right is a colour photo and description of one of the ‘World’s Most Wanted Collectables’ which include the Swedish Treskilling Yellow Stamp, U.S. Double Eagle Coin and the 1909 Honus Wagner Pittsburg Pirates Baseball Card ($2.8 million). Size 99 x 70mm.
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Wild West Outlaws 2013

Cardlynx - EL6 in set

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Book Books The Card Issues of R & J Hill Limited Reference Book The Card Issues of R & J Hill Limited Reference Book 1 - This is a reprint of the book originally published in 1942 this 32-page, reprint book contains a short history of the firm then takes a look at their card issues with listing of subject titles where the sets are unnumbered and further information is required. The sets appear alphabetically beginning with Animal Series and ending with Zoological Series and the text gives information such as number in set, date of issue, type of printing etc. A useful reference work for anyone interested in this company.
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Golden Era Military & Armed Forces Famous Bombers (Aircraft) 1997 Famous Bombers (Aircraft) 1997 LT10 -
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Famous Bombers (Aircraft) 1997

Golden Era - LT10 in set

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Cadet Military & Armed Forces Evolution of the Royal Navy 1960 Evolution of the Royal Navy 1960 25 - These white bordered cards contain colour pictures of naval vessels from a ship of the time of Alfred the Great through to the aircraft carrier ‘HMS Eagle’ which had not long entered service. Along the way we see the ‘Sovereign of the Seas’ launched in 1637, examples of a Corvette, Frigate and Sloop, as well as ‘HMS Victory’, ‘Warrior’ which was Britain’s first ironclad ship, ‘HMS Hood’, ‘HMS Warspite’ and examples of a warship and submarine. There is plenty of information about the subject on the numbered card backs. This set was also issued by Swettenham Tea and Amalgamated Tobacco in 1957. A very good naval set with cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Evolution of the Royal Navy 1960

Cadet - 25 in set

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Rockwell Motoring British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 10 - Armoured cars, trucks, amphibious vehicles, self-propelled guns and, of course, tanks formed the motorised hardware of the British Army, as shown in this new colour series by Rockwell. Vast quantities were required including over 200,000 Bedford MWD trucks, more than 8,000 Valentine tanks etc., so we are informed on the numbered text backs. All stirring stuff. This set is also available in a large size. Size 68mm x 36mm.
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Rockwell Motoring Family Cars of the 1950s (2000) Family Cars of the 1950s (2000) 10 - The 1950s were a time when virtually every car on British roads was British built and don’t these names bring back memories – Humber Hawk, Hillman Minx, Morris Oxford, Austin A70, Standard 8 etc. The cars are pictured in colour as they appeared in adverts of the time and the card backs give details of performance, specifications etc. This is the standard size set measuring 67 x 36mm but this was also produced in a large and large trade size.
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Family Cars of the 1950s (2000)

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005 Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005 10 - More Centre Court thrills are recalled in this set, starting off with Jack Kramer, singles champion in 1947 and familiar to viewers as one of the commentators at recent Wimbledons. Another popular American, Arthur Ashe, the 1975 winner, didn’t enjoy such longevity, dieing at the age of only 50, as we discover from the information on the card backs. Closer to the present day, we see Germany’s Michael Stich (1991) and Andre Agassi (USA, 1992). size 68 x 36mm
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Rockwell Military - General Series World War II Posters The Services 2001 World War II Posters The Services 2001 10 - As with other World War II Poster series by Rockwell Churchill again appears on the back of these cards. The fronts contain a series of colour posters of classy artwork cajoling civilians to join the war effort in various guises such as The Women’s Land Army, A.T.S., Wrens, R.A.F., Pioneer Corps., National Fire Service etc. Some of the slogans would not be politically correct these days and the R.A.F. poster features what looks like a World War I dogfight and not a spitfire in sight. This large size set is also available in a small format and is 79 x 62mm.
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World War II Posters The Services 2001

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Sporting Profiles Football England World Cup 1966 (Programme Covers, Posters and Ticket) 2006 England World Cup 1966 (Programme Covers, Posters and Ticket) 2006 L6 - We all know the result from when England played West Germany in the final at Wembley to win the Jules Rimet Cup on July 30th, 1966 and the souvenir programme (price 2/6) cover is on one of the cards in this set, which also includes a copy of the “World Cup Willy” poster and other memorabilia including a ticket (South Stand £5) for the final. Can we meet and beat the Germans on their turf next time? We’ll soon know. The backs make up into a picture of the team. Size 78 x 64mm.
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Ringtons Tea Railways Trains of the World 1970 Trains of the World 1970 25 - This is a well-produced and colourful series of locomotives from around the world with descriptive text on the reverse. Among those featured are the Virginian R.R. USA Mallet Locomotive which as capable of hauling a mile-long train of coal, the Pennsylvania Railroad electric loco, New Zealand Government Railways Class JA locomotives, a French Visa-Dome railcar, the New York Central R.R locomotive 999 which broke speed records in the 1890s, a Dutch T.E.E. diesel, the French speed breaker BB 9000 loco, a Canadian 4-8-4 express, New South Wales freight loco, a South African Beyer-Garratt engine, a 4-6-0 express loco which used to haul mail between Bombay and Calcutta and the world famous “Mallard” which set a speed record of 126mph. This fascinating set was also issued by Glengettie in 1966 and Hitchman’s Dairies in 1970. A must for any train enthusiast with cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Trains of the World 1970

Ringtons Tea - 25 in set

£4.50

Golden Era Military & Armed Forces Famous Fighters (Aircraft) 1997 Famous Fighters (Aircraft) 1997 LT10 -
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Famous Fighters (Aircraft) 1997

Golden Era - LT10 in set

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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces British Fighting Jets 2003 British Fighting Jets 2003 10 - These are colour side-on views of aircraft on a white background, beginning with the Gloster Meteor which first flew in 1943 and was the only Allied jet fighter to experience combat in World War 2, through to the Tornado still in service with the R A F in 2003. Among the other on show are the Vampire, Hawker Hunter, Buccaneer, Lightning and the Harrier. Descriptive backs. Size 67 x 37mm (this series was also issued in a larger size).
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British Fighting Jets 2003

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Football Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) 10 - Two seasons in the 1960s brought glory to West Ham United. Under manager Ron Greenwood and an enviable youth system the Hammers had established themselves amongst England’s elite football clubs, culminating in their 1964 victory in the F.A. Cup, beating Preston 3-2 at Wembley, followed by a draw with Liverpool in the Charity Shield, and then, in 1965 they lifted the European Cup Winners Cup under captain Bobby Moore. Action photos of these great matches are depicted on these cards, with full descriptions on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Rockwell Football Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004 Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004 10 - Nine League grounds abandoned for re-development whilst their clubs built modern stadia on pastures new, plus Wembley, are pictured in this series, The small size cards are colour photographs of the old grounds. Descriptive backs Size 68 x 37mm
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 10 - That most legendary of British fighting aircraft, the Spitfire is shown side-on in this series of ten cards depicting some of its “flying colours in the service not only of the R.A.F., but the Royal Australian Air Force, U.S.A.F, South African Air Force, etc. In various theatres of war from Burma and the Med, to the D-Day beaches of Normandy, with numbered descriptive backs. Size 66 x 36mm (also available in large size (79 x 62mm) and Large Trade card size 89 x 64mm.
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Spitfire Flying Colours 1999

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Sport In View Sports Miscellaneous The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 7 General Sport 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 7 General Sport 2012 EL5 - Featuring sporting events, which took place between May and September 1907, Ramsbottom captures the essence of a Lacrosse Test Match, the Crewe Athletic Festival, the A.A.A. Championships, the Manchester Wheelers Meet (cycling) and The Gulliver of Games in his customary inimitable style. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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Tweezers Vouchers & Other Collecting Accessories Tweezers including cover case Tweezers including cover case 1 - Quality manufactured nickel tweezers with straight smooth tips, ideal for pulling cards out of the luxury album leaves. They come with a plastic cover case for safe storage, a perfect addition to your collecting accessories and a must for when pulling out cards without damage occurring such as bending the card when using your hands.
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Tweezers including cover case

Tweezers - 1 in set

£4.95

 
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