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Rogerstock Motoring Ferrari Classic Ferrari Models 1958-92 (2007) Ferrari Classic Ferrari Models 1958-92 (2007) LT13 - Thoroughbreds all, these classic Ferrari models with their elegant lines are captured by artist Philip Emms in stylish illustrations fro the 1958 GT California Spyder to the 1988 F40, so named as it was built to celebrate forty years of Ferrari cars. In between we see the 250 GT in which Stirling Moss won the 1960/61 Tourist Trophy and the formidable 250 GTO Testarossa. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Ferrari Classic Ferrari Models 1958-92 (2007)

Rogerstock - LT13 in set

£6.50

Players Motoring Golden Age of Motoring 1975 Golden Age of Motoring 1975 L24 - This set contains colour photos of British-built cars from 1920 to 1939. The superb pictures and texts bring to life the achievements of these historic vehicles which include a 1920 Vauxhall E-Type, a 1922 Rover Eight, a two-seat Bentley tourer, the 1923 Austin Seven which is described as the 1920’s equivalent of the Mini, a 1924 Sunbeam, the unconventional Trojan PB of 1924, the Morris Cowley named after William Morris who was described as the Henry Ford of the British motor industry, a 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom 1 formerly owned by the second Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, a 1930 M.G. Midget, the 1933 Aston Martin 1 ½ litre used at Le Mans, a Morgan Super Sports three-wheeler, the quiet running Talbot 105, a 1935 Austin Ten Lichfield, the 1937 Wolseley 25hp given by the workers to Lord Nuffield and the sleek Lagonda V-12 from 1939. Interestingly the bottom of the card gives details of the price, top speed and fuel consumption of the cars. Size 90 x 50mm..This set was also issued by Sharman Newspapers .
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Golden Age of Motoring 1975

Players - L24 in set

Catalogue Price £6.50 Special Offer £5.00

Rogerstock Motoring Jaguar Classic Jaguar Models 1950-96 (2007) Jaguar Classic Jaguar Models 1950-96 (2007) LT13 - This series is devoted to the classic machines built by one of Britain’s most iconic motor manufacturers, Jaguar, between 1950 and 1996 and begins with the famous C-Type which won the Le Mans 24-hours race at its first attempt in 1951 (see C.C.N. September). Included, of course, is the E-Type, the MkII, the most successful production model to come from Browns Lane in the 1960s (Inspector Morse had one) and the XK8. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Jaguar Classic Jaguar Models 1950-96 (2007)

Rogerstock - LT13 in set

£6.50

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

Gallaher Motoring Motor Cars 1934 (reprint 1995) Motor Cars 1934 (reprint 1995) 25 - This set was originally issued in 1934 as a set of 24, but when these were reprinted in 1995 an additional title card was included making it a set of 25. The title card tells us this was included to “enable you to display the set in a standard 25 card frame if required”. It is easy to see why you might wish to display these as the cards contain lovely colour pictures of old motors with their logos separately displayed at the top. Included are the Alvis “Speed Twenty” saloon, the Riley Nine Stream-lined “Kestral” saloon, an Austin Seven Saloon De Luxe, Singer Fourteen Continental saloon, Wolseley E.W. Daytona Special, Talbot “102” sports saloon, Bentley 3½ Litre, 12.8hp Sunbeam “Dawn”, Armstrong-Siddeley “15” saloon, Daimler “15” sports coupe, Rolls-Royce 40/50 limousine, Morris Ten Four saloon, Invicta Saloon De Luxe etc. The backs give plenty of information about the vehicle including all the specifications a petrol-head could want. An attractive set with cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Motor Cars 1934 (reprint 1995)

Gallaher - 25 in set

£6.50

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

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Motoring Big Rigs at Work Special Album 1987 Big Rigs at Work Special Album 1987 1 -
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Big Rigs at Work Special Album 1987

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - 1 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Motoring British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 L10 - This is the same and Rockwell’s standard size set only in a larger format and as before includes the armoured cars, trucks, amphibious vehicles, tanks etc., which were available to the British Army during World War II. The numbered backs contain interesting facts about the vehicle and its use in the war. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Sanitarium (New Zealand) Motoring Exotic Cars Special Album 1987 Exotic Cars Special Album 1987 1 -
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Exotic Cars Special Album 1987

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - 1 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Motoring Family Cars of the 1950s 2000 Family Cars of the 1950s 2000 L10 - Those were the days when virtually every car on British roads was British built, and don't these names bring back memories - Himber Hawk, Hillman Minx , Morris Oxford, Austin A70, Standard 8, etc. The cars are pictured in colour as they appeared in advertisements of the time. Also available in different sizes. Size 80x62mm
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Family Cars of the 1950s 2000

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Motoring German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 L10 - Following on from the British Armoured Vehicles sets that Rockwell issued here we see what the other side had in the way of armoured vehicles, presented in the same format as the British sets and also available in small (68 x 36mm) and LT size (89 x 64mm). The Panzer tanks were perhaps the most famous and the set includes the V Panther, based on the Soviet T34 which had earlier given German models a nasty mauling. A measure of its quality was the U.S. Army’s view that five Shermans were needed to knock out a single Panther. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Rockwell Motoring Modern Family Cars 2001 Modern Family Cars 2001 15 -
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Modern Family Cars 2001

Rockwell - 15 in set

£7.00

Wilson Motoring Vintage Agricultural Tractions 2003 Vintage Agricultural Tractions 2003 L6 - Following up his previous set of vintage tractors R.J. Wilson has spread his net wider to encompass both old tractors and traction engines in this series of colour photographs snapped at shows and rallies in Lincolnshire in 2003. Included is the rare Ferguson 4 x 4 of which only four are known. The models shown were manufactured between 1913 and 1942. Gold borders and descriptive backs. Size 78 x 63mm.
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Vintage Agricultural Tractions 2003

Wilson - L6 in set

£7.00

Wills Motoring Britains Motoring History (size 149 x 104mm) 1991 Britains Motoring History (size 149 x 104mm) 1991 EL6 - This set with postcard backs were issued in 1991. Imperial Tobacco’s Eric Bottomley did the artwork for the 30-card series issued with Castella cigars at that time and six of the subjects are reproduced on these cards. The titles are:- Austin Seven, Bedford OB Coach, BSA Bantam, Bristol Tram, Jaguar XK120, Nottingham Tram. Size 149 x 104mm.
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Golden Era Motoring British Motor Cycles of the Fifties 1993 British Motor Cycles of the Fifties 1993 L25 -
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British Motor Cycles of the Fifties 1993

Golden Era - L25 in set

£7.50

Golden Era Motoring Classic British Motor Cars 1992 Classic British Motor Cars 1992 L26 -
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Classic British Motor Cars 1992

Golden Era - L26 in set

£7.50

Golden Era Motoring Classic British Motor Cycles of the 50s and 60s 1993 Classic British Motor Cycles of the 50s and 60s 1993 L25 -
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Rockwell Motoring Family Cars of the 1950s 2000 Family Cars of the 1950s 2000 LT10 - Those were the days when virtually every car on British roads was British built, and don't these names bring back memories - Himber Hawk, Hillman Minx , Morris Oxford, Austin A70, Standard 8, etc. The cars are pictured in colour as they appeared in advertisements of the time. Also available in different sizes. Size 90x64mm
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Family Cars of the 1950s 2000

Rockwell - LT10 in set

£7.50

New South Wales Fire Service (Australia) Motoring Fire Appliances and Equipment 10th Series 1989 Fire Appliances and Equipment 10th Series 1989 L10 -
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Fire Appliances and Equipment 10th Series 1989

New South Wales Fire Service (Australia) - L10 in set

£7.50

New South Wales Fire Service (Australia) Motoring Fire Appliances and Equipment 11th Series 1990 Fire Appliances and Equipment 11th Series 1990 L10 -
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Fire Appliances and Equipment 11th Series 1990

New South Wales Fire Service (Australia) - L10 in set

£7.50

New South Wales Fire Service (Australia) Motoring Fire Appliances and Equipment 8th Series 1987 Fire Appliances and Equipment 8th Series 1987 L10 -
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Fire Appliances and Equipment 8th Series 1987

New South Wales Fire Service (Australia) - L10 in set

£7.50

New South Wales Fire Service (Australia) Motoring Fire Appliances and Equipment 9th Series 1988 Fire Appliances and Equipment 9th Series 1988 L10 -
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Fire Appliances and Equipment 9th Series 1988

New South Wales Fire Service (Australia) - L10 in set

£7.50

Rockwell Motoring German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 LT10 - Following on from the British Armoured Vehicles sets that Rockwell issued here we see what the other side had in the way of armoured vehicles, presented in the same format as the British sets and also available in small (68 x 36mm) and large size (79 x 62mm). The Panzer tanks were perhaps the most famous and the set includes the V Panther, based on the Soviet T34 which had earlier given German models a nasty mauling. A measure of its quality was the U.S. Army’s view that five Shermans were needed to knock out a single Panther. Size. 89 x 64mm.
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Golden Era Motoring Grand Prix The Early Years (Cars) 1992 Grand Prix The Early Years (Cars) 1992 L26 - Arranged more or less chronological order, this series of twenty-five pictures takes us from 1920 to 1962. The cards depicted a selection of the most thrilling and spectacular racing cars ever to grace the Grand Prix circuits of the world, driven by the famous and legendary of the day. Delage, Bugatti, Duesenberg and Auto Union of pre-war years give way to Maserati, Ferrari and B.R.M. of the post-war era. All “Stirling” stuff, if you’ll pardon the pun (Stirling Moss is pictured at the wheel on card no.20). The 26th card is a certificate of authenticity and what looks like a Lancia D50. Size 79 X 62mm
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Grand Prix The Early Years (Cars) 1992

Golden Era - L26 in set

£7.50

Sporting Profiles Motoring Great British Cars of the 1950s 2004 Great British Cars of the 1950s 2004 L15 - Somewhat similar to Rockwell’s Family Cars of the 1950s, this set from Sporting Profiles is also in the form of colour adverts from the period in which we see the latest products of the British motor industry in ‘aspirational’ settings. For instance the Ford Consul has Buckingham Palace and the Guards as a backdrop, the Sunbeam Rapier is in the Alps, the Hunter Hawk (and the Wolseley 4/50) awaits passengers who are elegant in evening attire and so on. The pictures recapture the essence of ‘fifties’ motoring, whilst the backs are very informative. Size 78 x 60mm
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Great British Cars of the 1950s 2004

Sporting Profiles - L15 in set

£7.50

Maxilin Motoring Motor Cars 1951 Motor Cars 1951 25 -
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Motor Cars 1951

Maxilin - 25 in set

£7.50

Weston (Australia) Motoring Veteran and Vintage Cars 2nd Series 1962 Veteran and Vintage Cars 2nd Series 1962 L24 - This set contains wonderful colour photos of old vehicles ranging from the 1899 Cannstatt-Daimler through to a 1950 Jaguar XK-120 many of which are housed in the Montagu Motor Museum in England. Included are the Panhard 7hp from 1902 which was robust enough to cope with being driven from Venice to Athens, the 1904 Brushmobile 6hp which regularly takes part in the London to Brighton run, a Sunbeam 12hp which was driven by Sir Malcolm Campbell, the 1909 Rolls-Royce ‘Silver Ghost’ reputed to be the best car in the world, a 1912 Hispano-Suiza, 1913 Fiat Tipo 51, 1914 Vauxhall ‘Prince Henry’ capable of over 85mph, 1914 Singer 10hp used by allied armies in World War I, the 1920 Sunbeam 350hp built to attack the world speed record, 1925 Bugatti Type 30, 1924 Morris-Cowley which was known for being reliable, a 1926 M.G 14/28hp which was the ancestor of the famous ‘Midget’ series, 1927 Morgan ‘Aero which only had three wheels, the ‘Golden Arrow’ in which Sir Henry Seagrave took the land speed record in 1929 in Daytona and a racing Austin 750cc from1936. There is plenty of information about the cars on the reverse making this an ideal set for any motor enthusiast. A 1st Series of these was also produced and a collector’s album was originally available from the company for 2/- to house these. Cards size 75 x 50mm.
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Veteran and Vintage Cars 2nd Series 1962

Weston (Australia) - L24 in set

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Carreras Motoring Vintage Cars 1976 (with word Filter Thick card bright red oblong at top) Vintage Cars 1976 (with word Filter Thick card bright red oblong at top) 50 - This set contains excellent colour pictures of vintage cars beginning with a 1919 Ballot racing car from France and ending with a stylish 1931 Alfa Romeo. In between there are plenty of weird and wonderful sports cars including the 1920 Briggs & Stratton, USA, ‘Flyer’ which was the only five-wheeler car to see production and had virtually no bodywork, a 1921 Heine Velox which was America’ most costly car, the British 1922 Stoneleigh in which the drive sat centrally, a 1923 Chevrolet of which only two are known to survive, the cheap British baby car the Austin Seven of 1924, the 1¾ ton 1924 Hispano-Suiza, a 1924 Renault, a 1925 M.G., a 1926 Bugatti, a 509 Fiat from 1926, classic 1927 Bentley, 1928 Packard, boat-tailed 1929 Auburn, 1940 Cadillac and the classy 1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II. The backs contain plenty of information about the different models and have the word ‘Filter’ in a while oval at the top. This set was also produced without the word ‘Filter’ in the white oval at the top. Card size 70 x 35mm.
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Sanitarium (New Zealand) Motoring Cars of the Seventies Special Album 1976 Cars of the Seventies Special Album 1976 1 -
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Cars of the Seventies Special Album 1976

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - 1 in set

£8.00

Shell Oil (New Zealand) Motoring Cars of the World 1992 Cars of the World 1992 M40 -
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Cars of the World 1992

Shell Oil (New Zealand) - M40 in set

£8.00

Wills Motoring Classic Sports Cars 1996 Special Album Classic Sports Cars 1996 Special Album 1 -
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Victoria Gallery Motoring Formula One 91 (Motor Racing Cars) 1991 Formula One 91 (Motor Racing Cars) 1991 L10 - Wayne Vickery’s superb colour artwork takes us back in style to the 1991 F1 season with ten cards featuring the marques involved in the championship chase – Bennetton B191 (Michael Schumacher), Ferrari 643/129 (Alain Prost), Lotus 102B (Mika Hakkinen), Williams FW14 (Nigel Mansell), McLaren MP4/6 (Ayrton Senna) and so on, with their achievements described on the backs – capped by Senna who won seven races and clocked up 96 points. Size 80 x 63mm.
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Formula One 91 (Motor Racing Cars) 1991

Victoria Gallery - L10 in set

£8.00

Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues History of the Motor Car Original Special Album (with price, inside cover cream) History of the Motor Car Original Special Album (with price, inside cover cream) 1 -
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Lambert & Butler Motoring Motor Cars 1st Series 1922 (reprint 1988) Motor Cars 1st Series 1922 (reprint 1988) 25 -
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Motor Cars 1st Series 1922 (reprint 1988)

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£8.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Motoring New Zealand Rod and Custom Cars Special Album 1979 New Zealand Rod and Custom Cars Special Album 1979 1 -
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New Zealand Rod and Custom Cars Special Album 1979

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - 1 in set

£8.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Motoring Vintage Cars 1973 Vintage Cars 1973 M20 -
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Vintage Cars 1973

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - M20 in set

£8.00

Wills Motoring Military Motors 1916 (reprint 1994) Military Motors 1916 (reprint 1994) 50 -
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Military Motors 1916 (reprint 1994)

Wills - 50 in set

£8.50

Players Motoring Motor Cars 1st Series 1936 (reprint 1990) Motor Cars 1st Series 1936 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Lambert & Butler Motoring Motor Cycles 1923 (reprint 1990) Motor Cycles 1923 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Motor Cycles 1923 (reprint 1990)

Lambert & Butler - 50 in set

£8.50

Harbour Digital Motoring Cars at the Turn of the Century 1996 Cars at the Turn of the Century 1996 30 -
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Cars at the Turn of the Century 1996

Harbour Digital - 30 in set

£9.00

 
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