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Wills Reprinted Series Rugby Internationals 1929 (reprint 1996) Rugby Internationals 1929 (reprint 1996) 50 -
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Gallaher Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Signed Portraits of Famous Stars 1935 (reprint 1997) Signed Portraits of Famous Stars 1935 (reprint 1997) 48 - Fred Astaire, Katharine Hepburn, Douglas Fairbanks, Marlene Dietrich and Gertrude Lawrence, famous stars indeed whose names are as familiar today as they were in 1935 when Gallahers pictured them in their series of 48 Portraits of Famous Stars. The cinema in the mid-1930s was at the peak of its popularity, with U.K. admissions exceeding fifty million a week. And one of the biggest box office successes was the film version of John Buchan's "The Thirty-Nine Steps" The two stars, Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll, both feature in this card series, reviving memories of their gripping adventure as fugitives, a classic portrayal that has never been equalled in the several remakes. Not all the stars in the set are instantly recognisable to-day such as Tomari Desni or Grete Natzler. Excellent colour portraits are backed by informative texts. Size 63 x 37mm
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Ogdens Reprinted Series Soldiers of the King 1909 (reprint 1993) Soldiers of the King 1909 (reprint 1993) 50 -
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Gallaher Reprinted Series South African Series 1901 (Boer War Uniforms) Nos. 101-150 (reprint 2000) South African Series 1901 (Boer War Uniforms) Nos. 101-150 (reprint 2000) 50 - Gallaher originally issued a set of 111 cards in 1901 during the Boer War and 100 of these have now been reprinted as two sets of 50. This first set of 50 is numbered 101-150 and these are all named British Empire soldiers in uniform, some on horseback, in colour full-length portraits. Included are famous names such as Field-Marshall Lord Roberts. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Gallaher Reprinted Series South African Series 1901 (Boer War Uniforms) Nos. 151-200 (reprint 2000) South African Series 1901 (Boer War Uniforms) Nos. 151-200 (reprint 2000) 50 - Gallaher originally issued a set of 111 cards in 1901 during the Boer War and 100 of these have now been reprinted as two sets of 50. This second set of 50 is numbered 151-200 and these are all named British Empire soldiers in uniform, some on horseback, in colour full-length portraits. Included in the sets are famous names such as Baden-Powell. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Cohen Weenen Reprinted Series Star Artistes 1905 (reprint 1998) Star Artistes 1905 (reprint 1998) 50 -
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Star Artistes 1905 (reprint 1998)

Cohen Weenen - 50 in set

£8.50

Ogdens Reprinted Series Story of the Lifeboat c1950 (without Ogdens) (reprint 2001) Story of the Lifeboat c1950 (without Ogdens) (reprint 2001) 50 - This set of 50 cards is unusual in that although technically a reprint it is not marked as such. This is because although prepared for Ogdens this set was never printed. The colour pictures on the fronts cover everything relating to lifeboats, from Lt. Col. Sir William Hillary the founder of the Life-boat Service to famous Coxswains, including some of the boats, pictures of actual rescues, even diagrams and pictures of how things work. The backs contain comprehensive information on the subject and a mini black and white storm picture at the bottom. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Gallaher Military - General Series The Great War Nos 1-50 1915 (reprint 2001) The Great War Nos 1-50 1915 (reprint 2001) 50 - This set of 50 cards numbered 1 to 50 was reproduced in 2001 from the 1915 original series and a second series numbered 51 to 100 also from 1915 was reproduced in 2003. These cards are reprinted in a slightly longer, more popular size with the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. The horizontal and vertical colour pictures contain a diverse selection of things relating to the Great War from the obvious motor ambulances and field telephones to the more obscure such as Belgian dog transport, washing up and a Canadian mud plough. The backs contain fascinating information concerning the subject concerned. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Gallaher Military - General Series The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003) The Great War Nos.51-100 1915 (reprint 2003) 50 - This set of 50 cards follows on from the first series numbered 1 to 50 reproduced in 2003 and like that series are reprinted in a slightly longer, more popular size with the extra space being occupied by a decorative scroll. The horizontal and vertical colour pictures contain a diverse selection of things relating to the Great War from the obvious like dug outs, planes and observation balloons to the more obscure such as the Japanese method of carrying wounded, oxen hauled Servian artillery and even an Indian winding his turban. The backs contain fascinating information concerning the subject concerned. Size 68 x 36mm.
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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

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 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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Gallaher Reprinted Series Types of the British Army Nd. 51-100 (1900) (reprint 1996) Types of the British Army Nd. 51-100 (1900) (reprint 1996) 50 -
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Woods Reprinted Series Types of Volunteers and Yeomanry 1902 (reprint 1996) Types of Volunteers and Yeomanry 1902 (reprint 1996) 25 - Originals are pretty rare, so these reprints are an opportunity for collectors to appreciate a piece of military history from the Boer War era impeccably illustrated in colour which enhances the amazing variety of uniforms. The firm’s Purple Heather cigarettes are described on the backs as being “as good as they are beautiful” which could equally apply to the cards. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Players Reprinted Series Uniforms of the Territorial Army 1939 (reprint 1990) Uniforms of the Territorial Army 1939 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Cohen Weenen Reprinted Series V C Heroes (of World War I) 1915 (reprint 1998) V C Heroes (of World War I) 1915 (reprint 1998) 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

Lambert & Butler Railways Worlds Locomotives 1912 (reprint 1988) Worlds Locomotives 1912 (reprint 1988) 50 -
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Worlds Locomotives 1912 (reprint 1988)

Lambert & Butler - 50 in set

£8.50

Bowman (USA) Aviation & Space Jets-Rockets-Spacemen 1951 (W.T.W. reprint 1985) Jets-Rockets-Spacemen 1951 (W.T.W. reprint 1985) M108 - WTW 1985 reprints of the Bowman gum set produced in 1951 and mixing Sci-Fi space travel fantasy, rocket ships, moonbase, Martian city, etc., together with 1950s aviation reality with the latest jet aircraft such as America’s Voodoo fighter and Britain’s delta-wing Avro 707, with the artwork presented in comic book style. Size 80 x 54mm.
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Jets-Rockets-Spacemen 1951 (W.T.W. reprint 1985)

Bowman (USA) - M108 in set

£9.00

Wills Reprinted Series Musical Celebrities 2nd Series including 8 varieties 1914 (reprint 1987) Musical Celebrities 2nd Series including 8 varieties 1914 (reprint 1987) 58 -
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Churchman Reprinted Series Pioneers (unissued) 1956 (reprint 2000) Pioneers (unissued) 1956 (reprint 2000) 50 - Originated in the mid 1950s but never released, this series has now been produced as a re-print. The colour pictures in a mixture of vertical and horizontal format depict pioneers in a variety of fields - Science, medicine, aviation, exploration etc from Christopher Columbus to Baden Powell. The most up-to-date illustrations being of a Consul motor car on the assembly line at Dagenham with Henry Ford inset, and a Royal Navy helicopter on the Igor Sikorsky card. All cards numbered and text on the back. Size 68x36mm
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Pioneers (unissued) 1956 (reprint 2000)

Churchman - 50 in set

£9.50

Mitchell Reprinted Series A Gallery of 1935 (CCS reprint 1999) A Gallery of 1935 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Originally issued in 1936, this series features fifty people in the public eye, from royalty and politics through to sport and entertainment. Included are Walt Disney, Vivien Leigh, Shirley Temple, Joe Louis, Fred Perry, Lawrence of Arabia and Princess Margaret. Now available as a reprint Size 68 x 36mm
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A Gallery of 1935 (CCS reprint 1999)

Mitchell - 50 in set

£10.00

Ogdens Military - General Series Air Raid Precautions 1938 (CCS reprint 1999) Air Raid Precautions 1938 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - When Imperial Tobacco issued Air-Raid Precautions with Ogden’s cigarettes (also Churchman’s, Hignett’s and Wills’) in 1938, the then Home Secretary, Samuel Hoare, said “I commend a study of these cards to your attention.” The authorities were keen to give these simple life-saving measures the maximum possible exposure, hence the blatant coverage in ITC brands. The Ogden’s version has now been reprinted, size 68 x 36mm
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Players Animals & Wildlife Animals of The Countryside 1939 (CCS reprint 1999) Animals of The Countryside 1939 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - These excellent pictures, originally released in 1939, do justice to the wonderful diversity of Britain’s wild animals, reptiles and amphibia, from Adder to Weasel, with their characteristics, habitat, diet, etc, described on the backs. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 37mm.
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Wills Flags, Arms & Maps Arms of Companies 1913 (CCS reprint 1999) Arms of Companies 1913 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - One of several heraldic series issued by Wills, Arms of Companies appeared in 1913. As well as illustrating the arms of the well-known ancient livery companies of the City of London, such as the Weavers, Mercers and Drapers, we go further afield to Sheffield (Cutlers), Bristol (Merchant Venturers) and even Hudson’s Bay (Canada); fascinating historical texts on the backs. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 37mm.
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Players Reprinted Series British Empire Series 1904 (CCS reprint 1999) British Empire Series 1904 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Produced in 1904 when the British Empire was at its zenith, these superb pictures show the incredible variety, people, activities and traditions around the world, from the Indians of Canada and Aborigines of Australia to the quote “somewhat lazy land of Burmah”. Interesting texts on the back. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Ogdens Flags, Arms & Maps By The Roadside 1932 (CCS reprint 2000) By The Roadside 1932 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - This series, originally produced in 1932, pictures ancient buildings in towns and villages all over England (plus two in Scotland) together with a local map in a circle to show its location, described on the backs with a note of distance from large centres of population. A unique format, the set is now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Ogdens Reprinted Series Champions of 1936 (mainly sports) (CCS reprint 2000) Champions of 1936 (mainly sports) (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - As well as the obvious, Arsenal F.C., Fred Perry, Harold Larwood, Gordon Richards, Jesse Owens, Malcolm Campbell, etc, who excelled in 1936, this excellent series ranges widely with dogs, pigeons, horses, cattle, shooting, coursing, bowls, chess and a host of other activities superbly illustrated and informatively described. Now available as a reprint. 68 x 36mm.
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Kimball (USA) Reprinted Series Champions of Games and Sports c1890 (reprint 2001) Champions of Games and Sports c1890 (reprint 2001) 50 -
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Smith Reprinted Series Champions of Sport (un-numbered) 1902 (reprint 2001) Champions of Sport (un-numbered) 1902 (reprint 2001) 50 -
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Players Reprinted Series Cities of the World 1900 (CCS reprint 1999) Cities of the World 1900 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - This set was originally issued in 1900. Cities as they were more than a century ago with sailing ships, trams and horse-drawn vehicles, are depicted in exceptional colour artwork n this John Player set, including London, New York, Rome etc. and Nottingham ‘highly reputed for tobacco.’ Now available as a reprint size 68 x 36mm
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Churchman Cricket Cricketers 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) Cricketers 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Originally produced in 1936, this series of oval head and shoulders colour portraits features some of the great names in pre-war English cricket including Verity, Sutcliffe, Ames and Hammond, with backs recalling some find performances for county and country. Now available as a reprint Size 68 x 36mm
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Cricketers 1936 (CCS reprint 1999)

Churchman - 50 in set

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Players Cricket Cricketers 1938 (CCS reprint 2000) Cricketers 1938 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - Many of the great British and Australian cricketers of the late 1930s, Compton, Edrich, Hammond, Hutton, Washbrook, Bradman, etc, some of whom were to excite the crowds again after the war, are included in this set of colour head and shoulders portraits with county (or state in the case of the Australians) badge inset. the set is now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Cricketers 1938 (CCS reprint 2000)

Players - 50 in set

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Ogdens Cricket Cricketers and Sportsmen c1898 (reprint 2001) Cricketers and Sportsmen c1898 (reprint 2001) 50 -
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Wills Reprinted Series Do You Know 2nd Series 1924 (CCS reprint 2003) Do You Know 2nd Series 1924 (CCS reprint 2003) 50 - This set originally issued in 1924 but reproduced in 2003 answers all sorts of questions such as which animals live the longest? (the giant land tortoise by the way!), why apples go brown when cut, where the world’s oldest buildings are, why a camel has a hump, why a cock is used on church weather-vanes, how flies walk upside-down etc. The colourful pictures on the front admirably illustrate the subject whilst the backs provide all the necessary explanation. Some questions make sense, such as which is the most beautiful building in the world? (the Taj Mahal in case you were wondering), but you have to wonder who would ask why the horse straightens its fore-legs first and the cow its hind-legs when rising? A fine set for any collection.. Size 68 x 36mm
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Players Dogs and Pets Dogs Full Length 1931 (CCS reprint 2000) Dogs Full Length 1931 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - This reprint set is time from the 1930s and featuring pictures of dogs against a white background. Among the breeds featured are the ever-popular Alsatian, Collie, Dachshund, Greyhound, Golden Retriever, Cocker, Springer and King Charles Spaniels, Bulldog, Irish Setter and West Highland White Terrier. Due to their size or characteristics some types have gone out of fashion, but we can still admire them in this set. They include the Bloodhound, Afghan Hound, Chow Chow, Borzoi, Deer, Fox and Otter Hounds, Irish Wolfhound, Great Dane, Harrier, Mastiff, Newfoundland, St. Bernard, Bull Terrier, Dandie Dinmont Terrier etc. Lovely pictures backed by informative text and ideal for any canine lover. Size 68 x 36mm
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Dogs Full Length 1931 (CCS reprint 2000)

Players - 50 in set

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International Chewing Gum (USA) Reprinted Series Don't Let It Happen Over Here 1938 (WTW reprint 1984) Don't Let It Happen Over Here 1938 (WTW reprint 1984) M24 - This is a WTW reprint from 1984. The original came out in 1938 in the States and uses colour artwork to illustrate the horrors of war as they were unfolding in China, Spain, Ethiopia etc. as the Japanese, Germans and Italians spread terror in the run-up to World War II. Includes Nazi concentration camps and gas masks in Britain, all with graphically descriptive backs ending with “Don’t let it happen over here”. A prophetic series, highly recommended. Size 80 x 64mm.
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Don't Let It Happen Over Here 1938 (WTW reprint 1984)

International Chewing Gum (USA) - M24 in set

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Wills Reprinted Series Double Meaning 1898 (CCS reprint 1999) Double Meaning 1898 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - This set was originally issued in 1898. This amusing set uses delightful colour artwork to illustrate double meanings such as ‘brothers in arms’, ‘the dark side of nature’ (not p.c. this one!) etc. now available as a reprint, Size 68 x 36mm
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Wills Reprinted Series Engineering Wonders 1927 (CCS reprint 1999) Engineering Wonders 1927 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Sydney Harbour Bridge, blast furnace, an escalator, a skyscraper, the Nile Dam, an aircraft carrier and tunnelling for the London Underground, all cutting edge technology when Wills issued their series of Engineering Wonders in 1927 and impressive even today, as you can see in this reprinted set. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Singleton & Cole Boxing Famous Boxers 1930 (reprint 1992) Famous Boxers 1930 (reprint 1992) 35 -
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Famous Boxers 1930 (reprint 1992)

Singleton & Cole - 35 in set

£10.00

 
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