A Selection of sets relating to Motoring

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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Motoring Stars of Scottish Speedway 2002 Stars of Scottish Speedway 2002 LT25 - The speedway stars featured are from the 1940s and ‘50s and include a fair smattering of Australians and Scandinavians. Among the antipodeans is Jack Young who signed for Edinburgh and became, in 1951, the first Second Division rider to win the World Championship. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Stars of Scottish Speedway 2002

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT25 in set

£17.50

Prescott Pickup Motoring Tramcyclopaedia 1979 Tramcyclopaedia 1979 EL60 -
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Tramcyclopaedia 1979

Prescott Pickup - EL60 in set

£18.00

F One Sports Card Marketing Inc. (Canada) Motoring Grid Formula 1 Racing 1992 Grid Formula 1 Racing 1992 LT200 - The 200-card boxed presentation set features Formula 1 drivers, cars and racing circuits around the world in excellent colour photos (plus the occasional black and white for oldies such as Graham Hill), including an 11-card Villeneuve subset and two checklists. Descriptive backs also have a second mini picture different from those on the fronts. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Grid Formula 1 Racing 1992

F One Sports Card Marketing Inc. (Canada) - LT200 in set

£20.00

Morning Foods Motoring Modern Cars 1954 Modern Cars 1954 50 - Among the cars made in the U.K. is the Morris Minor. Conceived during the dark days of the Second World War by Alec Issigonis, the Morris Minor made its debut at the 1948 Motor Show and was an instant success. Also in this set we see Ford’s two new models, the Consul and Zephyr, Vauxhall’s due Wyvern and Velox, Austin’s A30 and A40, Humbers including the Pullman Limousine, as used by Mr Churchill, the Rolls Royce, as supplied to General Franco and the Renault 750. Yes, a Renault built in Britain and priced at £470 to undercut the Austin A30 by a fiver! More expensive was the Frazer Nash sports car and the MG Miget. Size 68 x 36mm
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Modern Cars 1954

Morning Foods - 50 in set

£20.00

Bassett Motoring Motor Cars Vintage and Modern 1968 Motor Cars Vintage and Modern 1968 25 - This excellent set runs chronologically from the 1903 Renault in which Marcel Renault was killed whilst racing in the Paris-Madrid race of 1903 through to a 1968 Matra 530 with sleek lines and removable hardtop. Along the way we see a 1904 Cadillac, 1907 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud, a 1920 Stanley Steamer, 1921-28 Bentley, the cheap and economical to run 1922 Austin 7, a 1924 Wolseley, 1926 M.G, 1929 Alfa Romeo, a racing 1932 British Talbot, 1933 Fiat, 1940 Aston Martin, 1945 Hillman Minx, a 1948 Morris Minor which was one of the most popular of all British cars, a 1949 Buick, 1957 Vauxhall Victor, the revolutionary 1959 Mini, 1966 Mercedes 230 SL etc. The attractive colour drawings on the front are accompanied by informative text on the reverse. Card size 68 x 36mm.
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Motor Cars Vintage and Modern 1968

Bassett - 25 in set

£20.00

Mobil Oil Motoring Story of Grand Prix Motor Racing 1970 Story of Grand Prix Motor Racing 1970 EL36 -
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Story of Grand Prix Motor Racing 1970

Mobil Oil - EL36 in set

£20.00

Brook Motors Motoring Traction Engines 1968 Traction Engines 1968 EL12 - This company are renowned for their fine issues and this is no exception. The set contains twelve beautiful pictures in full colour of old traction engines and the odd steam roller. Amongst the engines are a Fowler No. 15813 built in 1921, a Burrell No. 3526 ‘Lightening 11’, a McLaren 1421 ‘Captain Scott’ which was used for threshing in Derbyshire between 1926-45, an Aveling & Porter No. 11839 ‘Oberon’ which used to work on the road mending gang and an Aveling & Porter Showman type No. 12115 built in 1928. The numbered backs have a short descriptive text about the engine, plus a general discourse on steam traction engines and an advert and illustration different Brook Motors products. The subject is not that common so is a must for all transport fans. Cards size 119 x 76mm.
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Traction Engines 1968

Brook Motors - EL12 in set

£24.00

Fizzy Fruit Motoring Buses and Trams c1960 Buses and Trams c1960 25 -
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Buses and Trams c1960

Fizzy Fruit - 25 in set

£25.00

Players Motoring Famous M.G. Marques 1981 Famous M.G. Marques 1981 L28 - There were originally issued with Grandee Cigars and are reproductions of paintings by James Dugdale, a Lancastrian who specialised in paintings of transport. The write-ups on the backs are by John Thornley OBE who was associated with the MG Car Company and the MG Car Club for many years and he gives an informative but concise history of the car and the changes in design that occurred. Card number 1 shows “Old Number One” (1923/25) which we are told was not the first MG to be made, but was built specifically for competition and the final card shows the MGB (1975-80) which was made to American specifications. Between these two cards are many racing cars of the era together with those models which have been and still are admired. This is a fine series of cards commemorating the Golden Jubilee of the MG Car Club and an album/wall chart was originally produced to house these. The cards are size 89 x 50mm
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Famous M.G. Marques 1981

Players - L28 in set

£25.00

Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues History of the Motor Car Re issue Special Album (without price, inside cover white) History of the Motor Car Re issue Special Album (without price, inside cover white) 1 -
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Patrick (Garages) Motoring The Patrick Collection (motor cars) with coupon 1986 The Patrick Collection (motor cars) with coupon 1986 M24 - Issued in Birmingham at PMG Garages selling ICI petrol, the cards bear colour photos of cars in The Patrick Collection, the earliest being a 1931 Invicta, the latest a 1985 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Centenary (one of only twenty such ‘specials’ built). Others include a 1934 Austin with Patrick coachwork body (one of only three known to exist) and a 1939 Alvis whose first owner was Joseph Patrick who founded the firm in 1930. Descriptive backs with ICI petrol logo followed by “Collection Cash Cards”, with a coupon attached in connection with a prize competition. size 130 x 55mm.
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The Patrick Collection (motor cars) with coupon 1986

Patrick (Garages) - M24 in set

£25.00

Amaran Tea Motoring Veteran Racing Cars 1966 Veteran Racing Cars 1966 25 -
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Veteran Racing Cars 1966

Amaran Tea - 25 in set

£25.00

Players Motoring History of Motor Racing (Ltd printing) 1986 History of Motor Racing (Ltd printing) 1986 M30 - Combining Graham Turner’s superb artwork with wonderfully informative and evocative texts, the cards begin the story with a 20mph Panhard in the 1890s and end with the 1985 John Player Special Lotus with carbon fibre chassis from the Lotus factory on a former wartime aerodrome at Hethel near Norwich. The early years culminate with the 1937 Mercedes-Benz W125 which established a Monaco lap record which would stand for eighteen years. After the war we find foreign makers such as Maserati, Ferrari, Matra, Alfa and Renault joined by British Vanwall, Cooper, Tyrrell, Williams and BRM, the last named featuring on no. 19 Graham Hill at the wheel winning in the rain at the Nurburgring in the 1962 World Championship. Size 74 x 57mm
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Prescott Confectionery Motoring Speed Kings 1966 Speed Kings 1966 L36 - This set is billed as the “thrills and spills of speed kings” and there are plenty of card featuring illustrations of cars crashing, catching fire etc., but as if that were not enough the set also includes the ‘new Bluebird jet’ (1966), the ‘Avenger’ which Paula Murphy used to set a new woman’s land speed record, the ‘Spirit of America’ and ‘Bluebird which broke land speed records and the ‘Whispering Ghost’ a Rover gas turbine car which took part in the 1965 Le Mans 24-hour race. What really sets this apart is the inclusion of artists impressions of future vehicles such as rocket looking dragsters, a police car of 2066 and an automated car. Automated cars are of course already in production, but we have to say they look quite boring compared to the example show on card 16 with its nose cone and huge glass panel, indeed if the actual cars looked more like this everyone would be clamouring to have one! A fascinating set, complete with checklist, which is backed by plenty of interesting snippits. Size 77 x 57mm.
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Speed Kings 1966

Prescott Confectionery - L36 in set

£27.00

Priory Tea Motoring Cars 1964 Cars 1964 50 - This excellent coloured set pictures many types of car, both British and Continental, from the small German Isetta ‘bubble’ car to the luxurious Vanden Plas Princess 4-litre Austin, all shown against appropriate town or country backgrounds. In fact the majority of the models are British. Ah, nostalgia indeed! The text backs describe each model and the base reminds collectors that a special 32-page album could be had for 6d. Big Chief I-Spy (Charles Worrell), inventor of the I-Spy books, joined the Daily Mail in 1948 and his column was in the paper daily until 1986. The I-Spy books were hugely popular with some 20 million being sold in the 1950s and ‘60s, and during that period the Priory Tea & Coffee Company issued a dozen or so series of I-Spy cards, including this one. Size 68 x 36mm
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Cars 1964

Priory Tea - 50 in set

£30.00

Ching Motoring Veteran and Vintage Cars 1960 Veteran and Vintage Cars 1960 50 - Holidaymakers in Jersey back in the 1960s would remember coming across the local Best Virginia Cigarettes made on the island by Ching & Co. with which were packed cards, 50 Veteran and Vintage Cars. In 1960 the definition of ‘veteran’ was cars produced before 1916, whilst ‘vintage’ applied to those from 1916 to 1930, and indeed all the subjects fall into those two categories. However, the series falls into two parts, numbers 1 to 25 being logically arranged chronologically from Hammell 1886 through to Pierce-Arrow 1916 – all veterans. But if you expected numbers 26 to 50 to be the follow-on vintage group you would be wrong, because this second part goes back to 1892 before progressing through to 1923, and, in fact only the last three cards are ‘vintage’! The final card is the three-litre Bentley, the prototype of which took to the road in 1919 and went on to gain victories at Le Mans in the 1920s. “This sports car remained in production, with added improvements, as long as the firm of Bentley existed as an independent unit” we are told. We believe this was 1931 when Rolls-Royce took the business over. Lots of fascinating information on these cards, with colourful illustration. Size 68 x 36mm
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Veteran and Vintage Cars 1960

Ching - 50 in set

£30.00

Montagu Motor Museum Motoring Veteran and Vintage Cars 1st Series Special Album 1961 Veteran and Vintage Cars 1st Series Special Album 1961 1 -
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Veteran and Vintage Cars 1st Series Special Album 1961

Montagu Motor Museum - 1 in set

£30.00

Wills Motoring Classic Sports Cars 1996 Classic Sports Cars 1996 L30 -
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Classic Sports Cars 1996

Wills - L30 in set

£36.00

Wills Motoring Donington Collection 1993 Donington Collection 1993 L30 - Donington Park in Derbyshire is home to the largest showcase of Grand Prix racing cars in the world and many of these fine examples can be found depicted on these cards. The superb colour drawings being with Austin Sevens of 1922 and continue chronologically ending with a 1992 Williams FW10. Along the way we see a 1933 Maserati 8CM, a 1935 Alfa Romeo Bimotore, 1939 Bugatti T73C, 1949 Ferrari 125, a Cooper Norton, British Racing Motor’s P15, the 1958 Lotus 16, 1961 Porsche 718, a Ferguson P99, 1966 Repco Brabham BT19, 1969 March 701, 1971 Tyrell 003, McLaren M23 and Brabham Alfa BT48. The backs are full of information about the cars and contain details of a free album which was also available to accompany the set. Cards size 85 x 55mm.
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Donington Collection 1993

Wills - L30 in set

£36.00

Players Motoring History of Motor Racing (Plc printing) 1986 History of Motor Racing (Plc printing) 1986 M30 - Combining Graham Turner’s superb artwork with wonderfully informative and evocative texts, the cards begin the story with a 20mph Panhard in the 1890s and end with the 1985 John Player Special Lotus with carbon fibre chassis from the Lotus factory on a former wartime aerodrome at Hethel near Norwich. The early years culminate with the 1937 Mercedes-Benz W125 which established a Monaco lap record which would stand for eighteen years. After the war we find foreign makers such as Maserati, Ferrari, Matra, Alfa and Renault joined by British Vanwall, Cooper, Tyrrell, Williams and BRM, the last named featuring on no. 19 Graham Hill at the wheel winning in the rain at the Nurburgring in the 1962 World Championship. Size 74 x 57mm
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Wills Motoring The Tank Story 1997 The Tank Story 1997 L30 -
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The Tank Story 1997

Wills - L30 in set

£36.00

Rospa Motoring Veteran Cars 1st Series 1955 Veteran Cars 1st Series 1955 24 - In 1956 motorists calling at Cleveland garages could collect a card with every gallon of petrol purchased, ironically just before the Suez crisis led to petrol rationing. The cards concerned, were from a series of 24 Veteran Cars produced by the Royal Society for The Prevention of Accidents, showing colour photographs of motors built between 1902 and 1916, from the early De Dion Bouton of which the text tells us 'more of this make of veteran car survive in this country than any other', through to a prototype Morris-Cowley whose 'engine was made by the Continental Motor Manufacturing Co. of Detroit, U.S.A.' Many unusual pieces of information can be gleaned from these backs, which also contain a section headed 'To drivers of motor vehicles' giving legal and Highway Code information. Size 67 x 36mm
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Veteran Cars 1st Series 1955

Rospa - 24 in set

£36.00

Wills Motoring Britains Motoring History 1991 Britains Motoring History 1991 M30 -
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Britains Motoring History 1991

Wills - M30 in set

£42.00

Rolls Royce Motoring Bentley Motor Cars 1st Series, 2nd Edition (Thich frameline to two sides) 1987 Bentley Motor Cars 1st Series, 2nd Edition (Thich frameline to two sides) 1987 M25 -
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Rolls Royce Motoring Bentley Motor Cars 2nd Series 1987 Bentley Motor Cars 2nd Series 1987 M25 -
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Bentley Motor Cars 2nd Series 1987

Rolls Royce - M25 in set

£50.00

Rospa Motoring Modern British Cars 1954 Modern British Cars 1954 24 -
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Modern British Cars 1954

Rospa - 24 in set

£50.00

Players Motoring Motor Cars 2nd Series Home issue with I T C Clause 1937 Motor Cars 2nd Series Home issue with I T C Clause 1937 50 -
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Mitcham Foods Motoring Motor Racing 1957 Motor Racing 1957 25 -
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Motor Racing 1957

Mitcham Foods - 25 in set

£50.00

Rolls Royce Motoring Rolls Royce Motor Cars 1st Series, 2nd Edition 1987 Rolls Royce Motor Cars 1st Series, 2nd Edition 1987 M25 -
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Rolls Royce Motoring Rolls Royce Motor Cars 2nd Series 1987 Rolls Royce Motor Cars 2nd Series 1987 M25 -
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Rolls Royce Motor Cars 2nd Series 1987

Rolls Royce - M25 in set

£50.00

Ardath Aviation & Space Speed Land Sea and Air 1938 Speed Land Sea and Air 1938 EL25 -
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Speed Land Sea and Air 1938

Ardath - EL25 in set

£50.00

Weston (Australia) Motoring Veteran and Vintage Cars 1st Series 1961 Veteran and Vintage Cars 1st Series 1961 L24 -
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Veteran and Vintage Cars 1st Series 1961

Weston (Australia) - L24 in set

£50.00

Lambert & Butler Motoring How Motor Cars Work 1931 How Motor Cars Work 1931 25 - In 1931 mass-production had reduced car prices to within the reach of millions and demand was matched by huge new factories such as the new opened Ford plant at Dagenham. How motor cars worked was no longer the interest solely of a wealthy minority of enthusiasts it was vital information for a new generation of motorists unfamiliar with what was under the bonnet so this set much have been very helpful. It begins with generalities such as the engine structure and main working parts, then quickly turns to specifics such as the lubrication system, clutch, gear box, ignition, brakes etc. All are shown in excellent detailed colour diagrams backed with comprehensive explanations. The principals are largely the same today, although the details are somewhat different. Enjoy this set for what it is – a first class production which gives an intriguing glimpse of the motor car as it was in the 1930s. Card size 68 x 36mm
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How Motor Cars Work 1931

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£55.00

Rolls Royce Motoring Bentley Motor Cars 1st Series (Thin frameline back) 1985 Bentley Motor Cars 1st Series (Thin frameline back) 1985 M25 -
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Avon Rubber Co Motoring Leading Riders of 1963 (Motor Cyclists) Leading Riders of 1963 (Motor Cyclists) 30 -
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Leading Riders of 1963 (Motor Cyclists)

Avon Rubber Co - 30 in set

£60.00

Matchbox Motoring Matchbox Models 1985 Matchbox Models 1985 75 -
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Matchbox Models 1985

Matchbox - 75 in set

£60.00

Lambert & Butler Motoring Motor Cars 1st Series 1922 Motor Cars 1st Series 1922 25 -
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Motor Cars 1st Series 1922

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£65.00

Lambert & Butler Motoring Motor Cars 2nd Series 1923 Motor Cars 2nd Series 1923 25 -
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Motor Cars 2nd Series 1923

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£65.00

Michael (Geoffrey) Publishers Motoring Modern Motor Cars (issued in 8 cards per booklet and 5 booklets per set) 1953 Modern Motor Cars (issued in 8 cards per booklet and 5 booklets per set) 1953 40 -
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Players Motoring Motor Cars 1st Series 1936 Motor Cars 1st Series 1936 50 -
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Motor Cars 1st Series 1936

Players - 50 in set

£75.00

 
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