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Players Reprinted Series Picturesque London 1931 (reprint 1997) Picturesque London 1931 (reprint 1997) L25 -
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Picturesque London 1931 (reprint 1997)

Players - L25 in set

£8.50

Players Reprinted Series Treasures of Britain 1931 (reprint 1996) Treasures of Britain 1931 (reprint 1996) L24 - This set looks at important treasures from around the British Isles many of which are now housed in London Museums. We are not just talking about precious stones such as those found in the Alfred or Phoenix Jewels because many are historical or religious treasures such as Roman glass vessels, the beautiful Lindisfarne Gospels, the world famous Domesday Book, a Canterbury Pilgrim’s Sign, the Gloucester Candlestick made in 1110 and now in the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Cantilupe Shrine at Hereford Cathedral, the shield and surcoat of the Black Prince in Canterbury Cathedral, the Coronation Chair at Westminster Abbey, the Leigh Cup presented by Sir Thomas Leigh to the Mercers’ Company in 1554, the Mostyn Salt, Royal State Coach, mace of the House of Commons, the Pegasus Vase presented to the British Museum in 1786 by Josiah Wedgewood, a carved mirror frame attributed to Grinling Gibbons and the figures of Gog and Magog from the Guildhall in London. All are depicted in colour with an informative description on the reverse. An excellent set with cards 80 x 62mm. This is a reprint set first reprinted in 1996, the original set was issued in 1931
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Treasures of Britain 1931 (reprint 1996)

Players - L24 in set

£8.50

British American Tobacco (without firms name) Reprinted Series Lighthouses 1926 (reprint 2000) Lighthouses 1926 (reprint 2000) 50 - These cards take a look at lighthouses around the British Isles. Some are well-known like those at Dungeness, Spurn Head, Bishop Rock on the Isles of Scilly, Flamborough Head near Scarborough, Smeaton Tower or Eddystone Lighthouse in Plymouth or Corbiere Lighthouse on Jersey, but no matter where they are they have all at some time or another been built to prevent shipping from disaster. When this set was produced many of these structures were still manned and in use and you have to admire the courage of the lighthouse keepers in their lonely structures buffeted by wind and sea. The lighthouses are pictured in colour on the front and the backs give the history, details of the range of its light and fog warning system. This set was also produced by British American Tobacco and by Wills with their ‘Three Castles’ overseas brand. A fascinating set with cards size 67 x 35mm.
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Lighthouses 1926 (reprint 2000)

British American Tobacco (without firms name) - 50 in set

£8.50

Wills Golf Famous Golfers 1930 (reprint 1987) Famous Golfers 1930 (reprint 1987) L25 - Featuring colour likenesses of famous golfers from the 1900 to 1930s which include T E Cotton, Walter J Hagen, Miss J Wethered and the legendary Harry Vardon, who we are told has been champion golfer oftener than any man. The likenesses are reproduced from paintings by H.H. Harris and show the golfers in action shots on the fairway. The backs give interesting details on the golfers style as well as general information concerning their background and competitions won. This is an impressive set and ideal for anyone who likes golf. Size 80 x 62mm
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Famous Golfers 1930 (reprint 1987)

Wills - L25 in set

£8.50

Lambert & Butler Animals & Wildlife Horsemanship 1938 (reprint 1994) Horsemanship 1938 (reprint 1994) 50 -
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Horsemanship 1938 (reprint 1994)

Lambert & Butler - 50 in set

£8.50

Players Cricket Cricketers Caricatures by Rip 1926 (reprint 1993) Cricketers Caricatures by Rip 1926 (reprint 1993) 50 -
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Players Birds, Butterflies & Moths Poultry 1931 (reprint 1993) Poultry 1931 (reprint 1993) 50 -
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Poultry 1931 (reprint 1993)

Players - 50 in set

£8.50

Players Animals & Wildlife Types of Horses 1939 (reprint 1998) Types of Horses 1939 (reprint 1998) L25 -
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Types of Horses 1939 (reprint 1998)

Players - L25 in set

£8.50

Gallaher Reprinted Series Army Badges 1939 (reprint 2001) Army Badges 1939 (reprint 2001) 48 - This set of 48 cards feature colour pictures of army badges from around the country and were reprinted in a slightly longer size than the originals with the extra space being take up with a decorative scroll. Some of the regiments featured include the Buffs, Life Guards, Rifle Brigade, Royal Scots Greys and the Grenadier Guards. The backs of the cards give details about the regiment , including honours won and interesting facts. Reprinted in 2001 these cards are size 68 x 36mm.
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Army Badges 1939 (reprint 2001)

Gallaher - 48 in set

£8.50

Churchman Golf Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989/1993) Prominent Golfers 1931 (reprint 1989/1993) 50 -
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Wills Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Fish and Bait 1910 (reprint 1990) Fish and Bait 1910 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Fish and Bait 1910 (reprint 1990)

Wills - 50 in set

£8.50

Wills Reprinted Series Rugby Internationals 1929 (reprint 1996) Rugby Internationals 1929 (reprint 1996) 50 -
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Players Reprinted Series Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1938 (reprint 1990) Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1938 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Players Golf Golf 1939 (reprint 1986) Golf 1939 (reprint 1986) L25 -
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Golf 1939 (reprint 1986)

Players - L25 in set

£8.50

Players Reprinted Series Uniforms of the Territorial Army 1939 (reprint 1990) Uniforms of the Territorial Army 1939 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Wills Reprinted Series Naval Dress and Badges 1909 (reprint 1997) Naval Dress and Badges 1909 (reprint 1997) 50 -
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Players Horse Racing and the Turf Derby and Grand National Winners 1933 (reprint 1988) Derby and Grand National Winners 1933 (reprint 1988) 50 -
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Players Birds, Butterflies & Moths Wild Birds 1934 (reprint 1997) Wild Birds 1934 (reprint 1997) L25 -
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Wild Birds 1934 (reprint 1997)

Players - L25 in set

£8.50

Churchman Boxing Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990) Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990) 50 - This is a reprint of the 1938 set of sepia photos which look at some of the big names in boxing including Max Baer, Jack (Kid) Berg, Eric Boon, Georges Carpentier, Arthur Danahar, Jack Dempsey, Jack Doyle, Tommy Farr, Len Harvey, Joe Louis, Walter Neusel, Jack Petersen, Max Schmeling and Gene Tunney. Also included are boxing promoters, managers and referees. The numbered backs are full of facts such as whilst in London in 1937 Max Baer acted in a film or that British boxer Dave Crowley was also an expert water-skier, swimmer and dancer. A must for any boxing collection with cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Boxing Personalities 1938 (reprint 1990)

Churchman - 50 in set

£8.50

Carreras Aviation & Space Famous Airmen and Airwomen 1936 (reprint 1996) Famous Airmen and Airwomen 1936 (reprint 1996) 50 -
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Wills Flowers and the Garden Old English Garden Flowers 2nd Series 1913 (reprint 1994) Old English Garden Flowers 2nd Series 1913 (reprint 1994) 50 -
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Players Dogs and Pets Dogs Heads (silver-grey backgrounds) 1940 (reprint 1994) Dogs Heads (silver-grey backgrounds) 1940 (reprint 1994) 50 -
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Churchman Dogs and Pets Racing Greyhounds 1934 (reprint 1989) Racing Greyhounds 1934 (reprint 1989) 50 -
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Racing Greyhounds 1934 (reprint 1989)

Churchman - 50 in set

£8.50

Sinclair Reprinted Series British Sea Dogs 1926 (reprint 1997) British Sea Dogs 1926 (reprint 1997) 50 -
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British Sea Dogs 1926 (reprint 1997)

Sinclair - 50 in set

£8.50

Players Birds, Butterflies & Moths Aviary and Cage Birds 1935 (reprint 1987) Aviary and Cage Birds 1935 (reprint 1987) L25 -
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Players Reprinted Series Military Series 1900 (reprint 1983) Military Series 1900 (reprint 1983) 50 -
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Military Series 1900 (reprint 1983)

Players - 50 in set

£8.50

Players Reprinted Series Racing Yachts 1938 (reprint 1987) Racing Yachts 1938 (reprint 1987) L25 -
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Racing Yachts 1938 (reprint 1987)

Players - L25 in set

£8.50

Gallaher Reprinted Series Lawn Tennis Celebrities 1928 (reprint 1997) Lawn Tennis Celebrities 1928 (reprint 1997) 50 -
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Lea Flowers and the Garden Flowers to Grow 1913 (reprint 1997) Flowers to Grow 1913 (reprint 1997) 50 -
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Ogdens Flags, Arms & Maps Flags and Funnels of Leading Steamship Lines 1906 (reprint 1997) Flags and Funnels of Leading Steamship Lines 1906 (reprint 1997) 50 -
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Morris Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Horoscopes cream card 1936 Horoscopes cream card 1936 12 - None of us can be certain as to what is in store. Nonetheless it can be fun to dabble in our horoscopes imagining that the stars influence our fortunes, and you can join in with the help of Morris’s 1936 series of 12 Horoscopes with a card for each month of the year. Take someone born in January; their card will tell them about their birth sign (Aquarius), birthday jewel (garnet), colour (sky blue) and flower (primrose), a list of dates which will be your lucky days and a horoscope, the details of which we will not reveal here. Find out what your horoscope is, and those of you friends and relatives with this set. Size 68 x 36mm
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Horoscopes cream card 1936

Morris - 12 in set

Catalogue Price £8.50 Special Offer £5.00

Players Reprinted Series Regimental Standards and Cap Badges 1930 (reprint 1993 and 1997) Regimental Standards and Cap Badges 1930 (reprint 1993 and 1997) 50 - This set originally produced in 1930, was initially reprinted in 1993, and as stated on the card backs these were reprinted in 1997 for the Card Collectors Society. These attractive cards feature the regimental colours and cap badges of British regiments and are backed with comprehensive text on the reverse. Included are the Durham Light Infantry who had 37 battalions during the Great War and who’s cap badge is a bugle, the Gordon Highlanders nicknamed the “Gay Gordons” who march to the air of ‘Highland Laddie’ and the Leicestershire regiment who have a tiger on their badge honouring their service in India. Sadly many of these units are no more as they have merged in subsequent cost-cutting measures. Card size 68 x 36mm.
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Gallaher Reprinted Series Types of the British Army Nd. 1-50 (1900) (reprint 1995) Types of the British Army Nd. 1-50 (1900) (reprint 1995) 50 -
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Cope Reprinted Series British Warriors 1912 (reprint 1996) British Warriors 1912 (reprint 1996) 50 -
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Cohen Weenen Reprinted Series Home and Colonial Regiments 1901 (reprint 1998) Home and Colonial Regiments 1901 (reprint 1998) 40 -
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Players Animals & Wildlife Britains Endangered Wildlife Doncella Issue 1984 Britains Endangered Wildlife Doncella Issue 1984 L32 - Originally issued with Player’s Doncella brand this is a first-class series of clear colour photographs featuring species either rarely seen or benefitting from conservation efforts. The cards are a mixture of horizontal and vertical format and the backs are numbered with comprehensive and informative text concerning distribution, breeding and the reason why they are vulnerable. The backs also tell us about a free album that could be obtained from the manufacturers. Amongst the creatures featured are the Greater Horseshoe Bat which we are told can only be found in the south-west and Wales, the Natterjack Toad which used to be found on sandy heaths all over Britain and the Bittern which we are told is in worrying decline with less than 50 pairs left. This set was also issued with Player’s Grandee Cigars with the same pictures and text but with Grandee instead of Doncella. These beautiful and informative cards, size 90 x 50mm, add greatly to the appreciation of our wildlife.
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Walters Tobacco Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Angling Information 1939 Angling Information 1939 L6 - This is an unusual set the fronts of which have blank lines in which to write notes as suggested by the ‘Notes’ heading and two small fish drawings at the top with the company name at the bottom. The backs however are full of information on all aspects of fishing giving information on the different types of bait, fishing season, the use of flies, record catches, famous stretches of water and details of the most famous fisherman of them all Izaak Walton. Plenty to interest any Angler with cards size 80 x 62mm.
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Angling Information 1939

Walters Tobacco - L6 in set

Catalogue Price £9.00 Special Offer £6.00

Players Animals & Wildlife Britains Wayside Wildlife (Flowers, Animals etc) 1988 Britains Wayside Wildlife (Flowers, Animals etc) 1988 L30 - These were issued with Player’s ‘Grandee’ cigars and were prepared by Bruce Burton a naturalist and author who had been responsible for some of Player’s other wildlife issues. These use colour photographs from a variety of sources to show with superb clarity some of the rich variety of animals, birds, reptiles, insects and plants to be found in Britain’s hedgerows and wayside verges, an environment which has become increasingly important as a wildlife reserve. The excellent pictures (6 vertical and 24 horizontal, with some having two pictures showing different aspects such as a caterpillar and butterfly) have a white border and the numbered and titled backs are full of fascinating facts. Among our favourite pictures are the Stoat which is standing on its hind legs, the beautifully marked Kestral and a stunning close-up of a Thick-legged Flower Beetle on a yellow flower. A 16-page album was also originally issued to house this set with additionally information. A very impressive set with cards 89 x 50mm.
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Phillips Animals & Wildlife Animal Studies 1936 Animal Studies 1936 M30 - We just love the pictures in this set which have so much character they include the Indian Rhino, Lion, Tiger, Northern Fur Seal, Elk, Reindeer, Polar Bear, Indian Wild Boar, Elephant, Hippopotamus, Chamois, Walrus, Zebra, Tasmanian Devil, Puma, Red Kangaroo, Cheeta, and Black-backed Jackal many of which are today is in danger due to habitat loss or poaching. There are a couple of more familiar UK creatures too such as the Fox and Badger. The lovely colour pictures are backed by a small write-up about the creature concerned. For instance we learn that the Black-backed Jackal is the enemy of the sheep farmers who pay a reward of seven or sixpence per tail for its destruction. We are also told that the Puma is fond of horse-flesh, but is noted for its friendly disposition towards man – we don’t think it would be a good idea to put that to the test! The cards are size 60 x 53mm.
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Animal Studies 1936

Phillips - M30 in set

£9.00

Wills Military - General Series World of Firearms 1982 World of Firearms 1982 M36 - Originally inserted with Embassy Slim Panatelas these cards contain colour drawings of a firearm together with an action picture of the weapon in use. They range from “an early English hand gun” (which looks like a cannon on a stick) to the ‘L1A1 Rifle’ a semi-automatic weapon used by the British Army. Along the way we are introduced to a ‘matchlock musket’, ‘wheel-lock pistol’, the ‘blunderbuss’ which was issued to mail coach guards, the ‘Kentucky rifle’ used for hunting and in the American Civil War, a ‘flintlock duelling pistol’, a ‘Deringer percussion pistol’ of the type used to assassinate President Lincoln, a ‘Colt Navy Model revolver’, the odd looking ‘Apache pistol’ without a barrell, ‘Winchester rifle’, Webley revolver’ as used in WWI, a ‘Luger P08 pistol’, ‘Colt .45 automatic’, ‘Lee-Enfield Mk3’, ‘Bren Gun’, Russian ‘Kalashnikov AK47’ and a ‘Uzi submachine gun’ which is reputed to be the finest of its type ever made. An album was original available to house the set. The informative text on the backs make this a fascinating set with cards size 70 x 44mm.
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World of Firearms 1982

Wills - M36 in set

£9.00

 
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