A Selection of Cigarette Card Sets Obtainable for £20.00 and under

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Churchman Golf Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989) Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989) L12 -
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Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989)

Churchman - L12 in set

£6.00

Taddy Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Advertisement Cards (shaped) 1980 Advertisement Cards (shaped) 1980 8 -
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Advertisement Cards (shaped) 1980

Taddy - 8 in set

£6.00

Lambert & Butler Motoring Hints and Tips For Motorists 1929 (reprint 1994) Hints and Tips For Motorists 1929 (reprint 1994) 25 -
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Hints and Tips For Motorists 1929 (reprint 1994)

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£6.00

Players Ships & Shipping Golden Age of Sail 1978 Golden Age of Sail 1978 L24 -
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Golden Age of Sail 1978

Players - L24 in set

£6.00

Taddy Reprinted Series Clowns and Circus Artistes 1920 (reprint 1991) Clowns and Circus Artistes 1920 (reprint 1991) 20 -
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Lusby Reprinted Series Scenes From Circus Life c1900 (reprint 2001) Scenes From Circus Life c1900 (reprint 2001) 25 -
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Wills Reprinted Series National Costumes 1895 (reprint 1999) National Costumes 1895 (reprint 1999) 25 -
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Welfare (Henry) Reprinted Series Prominent Politicians c1911 (reprint 2001) Prominent Politicians c1911 (reprint 2001) 22 -
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Prominent Politicians c1911 (reprint 2001)

Welfare (Henry) - 22 in set

£6.00

Teofani Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards London Views c1936 London Views c1936 12 -
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London Views c1936

Teofani - 12 in set

£6.00

Amalgamated Tobacco Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Freshwater Fish 1958 Freshwater Fish 1958 25 - With white border and colour pictures these are rather nice cards. The fish drawings are detailed and the backs full of information. Amongst the fish featured are the Stone Loach, Gudgeon, Minnow, Rainbow Trout, Grayling, Eel, Ruffe, Twaite Shad, Barbel, Salmon, Chub, Perch, Pike, Char, Bream and Roach. These were issued as an export brand and although the text is in English the advert for their ‘Mills Filtertips’ is in French. Ideal for any angler these cards are size 68 x 36mm.
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Freshwater Fish 1958

Amalgamated Tobacco - 25 in set

£6.00

Duke (USA) Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Fishers c1890 (reprint 2002) Fishers c1890 (reprint 2002) 25 - Originally issued in 1890 Duke’s charming colour series of 25 Fishers was reprinted in 2002. The fronts each feature a pretty girl shown full length but with a larger head and each girl has a fishing pole with a different fish attached. The card backs list the fish found in the series from Porcupine Fish to Lamprey Eel. This is an unusual and colourful set. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Fishers c1890 (reprint 2002)

Duke (USA) - 25 in set

£6.00

British American Tobacco (with firms name) Reprinted Series Beauties Blossom Girls c1904 (reprint 2001) Beauties Blossom Girls c1904 (reprint 2001) 25 -
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Beauties Blossom Girls c1904 (reprint 2001)

British American Tobacco (with firms name) - 25 in set

£6.00

Mitchell Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Angling 1928 (reprint 1993) Angling 1928 (reprint 1993) 25 -
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Angling 1928 (reprint 1993)

Mitchell - 25 in set

£6.00

Lambert & Butler Reprinted Series London Characters 1934 (reprint 1992) London Characters 1934 (reprint 1992) 25 -
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London Characters 1934 (reprint 1992)

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£6.00

Globe Cigarette Co Reprinted Series Actresses French c1900 (reprint 2001) Actresses French c1900 (reprint 2001) 25 -
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Actresses French c1900 (reprint 2001)

Globe Cigarette Co - 25 in set

£6.00

Franklyn Davey Boxing Boxing 1924 (reprint 2002) Boxing 1924 (reprint 2002) 25 - The Bristol firm of Franklyn Davey produced a series of 25 boxing cards in 1924 (the same as Ogden’s 1914 series) and these were reprinted in 2002. These colour cards should more accurately be called boxing lessons since they take you through the different moves necessary in the noble art. The fronts picture one or two boxers demonstrating a technique whilst the card backs give full details of how to achieve this, starting with the basic position through to stopping a left handed punch whilst preparing to land one. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Boxing 1924 (reprint 2002)

Franklyn Davey - 25 in set

£6.00

Taddy Reprinted Series Natives of the World 1900 (reprint 1999) Natives of the World 1900 (reprint 1999) 25 -
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Baker Tobacco Reprinted Series Star Girls c1898 (reprint 2001) Star Girls c1898 (reprint 2001) 25 -
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Star Girls c1898 (reprint 2001)

Baker Tobacco - 25 in set

£6.00

Hill Reprinted Series Types of the British Army 1914 (reprint 2001) Types of the British Army 1914 (reprint 2001) 20 -
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Teofani Military - General Series Past and Present Weapons of War 1938 (reprint 2001) Past and Present Weapons of War 1938 (reprint 2001) 24 - These are reprints of the set originally produced in 1938 The subjects are \'paired\' with an example from the past being followed by one from the present - that is 1938. It is amazing how close the analagies are. Even the tank had its prototype in the \'Tortoise\' of the Middle Ages the only difference being an improvement in mechanical effectiveness. Obviously there have been many further advances in weaponry in the seventy years or so since these cards were issued and the excellent colour pictures and informative texts have the additional interest of allowing us to compare present-day armaments with what was state of the art in 1938. Size 68 x 37mm.
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Lambert & Butler Motoring Motor Cars 1934 (reprint 1992) Motor Cars 1934 (reprint 1992) 25 -
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Motor Cars 1934 (reprint 1992)

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£6.50

American Tobacco Co (USA) Reprinted Series Military Uniforms numbered (green net design back) 1900 (reprint 2003) Military Uniforms numbered (green net design back) 1900 (reprint 2003) 25 - These 25 cards are reproduced from the series produced in 1900 featuring excellent colour pictures of various regimental uniforms, many shown against appropriate scenic backgrounds. The cards have numbered fronts and feature soldiers from the UK and India including the Black Watch, King’s Royal Rifle Corps. and the 6th Bengal Cavalry. The backs state “These pictures are packed in the brands of cigarettes manufactured by The American Tobacco Co” with the company name in a net design oval and are marked as reprints issued by Card Promotions at the base. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Ogdens Birds, Butterflies & Moths Poultry 1st Series 1915 (reprint 1998) Poultry 1st Series 1915 (reprint 1998) 25 -
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Hudden Boxing Famous Boxers 1927 (reprint 1992) Famous Boxers 1927 (reprint 1992) 25 -
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Famous Boxers 1927 (reprint 1992)

Hudden - 25 in set

£6.50

Taddy Reprinted Series Territorial Regiments 1908 (reprint 1996) Territorial Regiments 1908 (reprint 1996) 25 -
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Lambert & Butler Motoring Motor Cars 2nd Series 1923 (reprint 1988) Motor Cars 2nd Series 1923 (reprint 1988) 25 -
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Motor Cars 2nd Series 1923 (reprint 1988)

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£6.50

Taddy Reprinted Series Thames Series 1903 (reprint 1996) Thames Series 1903 (reprint 1996) 25 -
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Thames Series 1903 (reprint 1996)

Taddy - 25 in set

£6.50

Mitchell Reprinted Series Money 1913 (CCS reprint 1999) Money 1913 (CCS reprint 1999) 25 - This set originally issued in 1913 is not just about notes and coins, but also the many varied materials, feathers, whales’ teeth, beads, shells etc. used as currency during the various ages of mankind. Now available as a reprint Size 68 x 36mm
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Money 1913 (CCS reprint 1999)

Mitchell - 25 in set

£6.50

Gallaher Reprinted Series The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 6th Series 1915 (reprint 2017) The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 6th Series 1915 (reprint 2017) 25 - As the title suggests this is a 6th set of Victoria Cross winners from the Great War. The heroes are pictured in colour with a Victoria Cross medal superimposed. Among this batch are Lieut. W.L Robinson who won his award for bringing down an airship, Rev. W.R.F Addison who carried a wounded man to safety, Corpl. G. Sanders who with 30 men held a position for 36 hours without food or water, Sergt. C.C. Castleton and Lieut. G.S. Cather who on separate occasions ventured into ‘No Man’s Land’ under intense fire to rescue the wounded and were killed, Pte. J Hutchinson who not only shot to enemy soldiers, but covered the rest of his regiment whilst the wounded were removed safely, Pte. Albert Hill who attacked the enemy capturing two prisoners, Pte. M. O’Mera who carried ammunition and bombs through heavily shelled trenches and Pte. W.F. McFadzean who saved his comrades by throwing himself on top of exploding bombs which had slipped into the trench. The backs tell their stories of courage and sacrifice. A fitting tribute to mark Armistice Day. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Taddy Reprinted Series V.C. Heroes Boer War (Nos. 41-60) 1901 (reprint 1997) V.C. Heroes Boer War (Nos. 41-60) 1901 (reprint 1997) 20 -
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Taddy Reprinted Series V.C. Heroes Boer War (Nos. 61-80) 1901 (reprint 1997) V.C. Heroes Boer War (Nos. 61-80) 1901 (reprint 1997) 20 -
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Taddy Reprinted Series V.C. Heroes Boer War (Nos. 81-100) 1902 (reprint 1997) V.C. Heroes Boer War (Nos. 81-100) 1902 (reprint 1997) 20 -
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Cope Reprinted Series Uniforms of Soldiers and Sailors 1898 (reprint 1996) Uniforms of Soldiers and Sailors 1898 (reprint 1996) 25 -
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Taddy Reprinted Series Victoria Cross Heroes (Nos. 1-20) 1900 (reprint 1996) Victoria Cross Heroes (Nos. 1-20) 1900 (reprint 1996) 20 -
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Smith Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Cinema Stars 1920 (reprint 1987) Cinema Stars 1920 (reprint 1987) 25 -
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Cinema Stars 1920 (reprint 1987)

Smith - 25 in set

£6.50

Taddy Reprinted Series Victoria Cross Heroes (Nos. 21-40) 1900 (reprint 1996) Victoria Cross Heroes (Nos. 21-40) 1900 (reprint 1996) 20 -
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British American Tobacco (without firms name) Military - General Series Drum Horses 1910 (reprint 2001) Drum Horses 1910 (reprint 2001) 32 -
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Drum Horses 1910 (reprint 2001)

British American Tobacco (without firms name) - 32 in set

£6.50

Gallaher Reprinted Series The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 1st Series 1915 (reprint 2001) The Great War Victoria Cross Heroes 1st Series 1915 (reprint 2001) 25 - The colour head and shoulders portraits commemorate acts of bravery rewarded with Britain’s highest honour during the first two years of World War I, as told on the descriptive backs. These have been reproduced in a slightly longer size than the original to make them standard size, the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. Series 1 features numbers 1 to 25 and is the first in a series of reprint sets on this subject, the dimensions of which vary slightly. Size 68 x 37mm.
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Churchman Reprinted Series Pipes of the World 1927 (CCS reprint 2000) Pipes of the World 1927 (CCS reprint 2000) 25 - Originally issued in 1927, this highly unusual set depicts what it says, an incredible variety of pipes used for smoking by people from all over the world. Now available as a reprint size 68 X 36mm
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Churchman Reprinted Series Interesting Door Knockers 1928 (CCS reprint 2000) Interesting Door Knockers 1928 (CCS reprint 2000) 25 - You would be forgiven for thinking this unusual set, originally produced in 1928, but reprinted in 2000, would be a study of ornate door fittings and whilst this is true in some cases many of the knockers are rather plain. The key to why these were included is that they adorned the door of a well-known building or a building where someone famous lived. For instance card number 25 features a knocker at Windsor Castle, whilst the simple knocker on card number 8 is revealed to come from the house where Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist. Another, at Craven Street, Charing Cross, takes the form of a head and may have been the inspiration for Marley’s Ghost in another Dickens tale, the Christmas Carol. That is quite a rare knocker, but by no means as unusual as that at Chepstow Castle which is an ancient cannonball suspended on two massive chain links. With plenty of interesting facts on the numbered backs this is a fascinating set. Size 68 x 36
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