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Mitchell Reprinted Series Famous Scots 1933 (CCS reprint 1999) Famous Scots 1933 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Originally produced in 1933, this series is effectively a history of Scotland and its people, arranged chronologically from Macbeth (died 1057) to J.M. Barrie (still alive at the time of issue) via Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots, Rob Roy, Burns, Livingstone etc., with each subject’s reason for fame explained on the backs. Magnificent! Now available as a reprint Size 68 x 36mm.
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Famous Scots 1933 (CCS reprint 1999)

Mitchell - 50 in set

£10.00

Mitchell Reprinted Series First Aid 1938 (CCS reprint 2001) First Aid 1938 (CCS reprint 2001) 50 - These monochrome cards with informative backs, originally issued in 1928, were designed to be stored in a medicine chest where we are told they would prove invaluable in the case of an emergency. The cards take us through basics such as equipment for a first aid kid and how to tie various slings and bandages, but then get\\\\r\\\\nserious as we are shown an x-ray of a fracture and encouraged to use household items including golf clubs, umbrellas and broom handles as splints. We are advised not to move the patient until the splint is secured, but frankly I would have thought it ambitious to move a patient with a fractured thigh or kneecap no matter how well splinted. We then learn how to approach an electric shock victim, treat choking, scalds, remove foreign bodies from ears and eyes, remove fish hooks from hands and what to use as antidotes to common poisons, then he last card graphically shows a lady on fire. A useful but somewhat scary set! Size 68 x 36mm.
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First Aid 1938 (CCS reprint 2001)

Mitchell - 50 in set

£10.00

Wills Flowers and the Garden Flower Culture In Pots 1925 (CCS reprint 2000) Flower Culture In Pots 1925 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - Another classic Wills series from the 1920s is a delight on the eye with superb specimens of popular pot plants colourfully pictured on a black background, Azalea, Begonia, Cactus, Cyclamen, Freesia, Fuchsia, Hyacinth, to name but a few, with detailed instructions for successful cultivation on the backs. Now available as a reprint set, size 68 x 36mm,
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Cohen Weenen Football Football Captains 1907-8 (reprint 1998) Football Captains 1907-8 (reprint 1998) 60 - This is a reprint of the 1908 set which contains surprisingly colourful head and shoulders pictures of players from the era. The numbered backs give a brief description of their club, position and playing style, for instance we learn that T. Crawshaw of Sheffield Wednesday played centre half-back and had been captain of his team for several season and won an English cup medal in 1906-07 or that A. Gardner of Newcastle United “is very prominent in his tackling, Is clever at heading and a good shot”. Also included are A.G. Morris of Notts. Forest who also captained Wales, J. Taylor of Everton who had apparently “a deadly shot at goal”, P. R Sands of Arsenal, Burnley’s F. Farron, Derby right half-back Ben Warren and F. Thorpe of Southampton who were then playing in the Southern League. An excellent set for any football fan with cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Football Captains 1907-8 (reprint 1998)

Cohen Weenen - 60 in set

£10.00

Singleton & Cole Football Footballers c1905 (reprint 2001) Footballers c1905 (reprint 2001) 50 -
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Footballers c1905 (reprint 2001)

Singleton & Cole - 50 in set

£10.00

Laceys Football Footballers c1925 (reprint 2001) Footballers c1925 (reprint 2001) 50 -
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Footballers c1925 (reprint 2001)

Laceys - 50 in set

£10.00

Players Birds, Butterflies & Moths Game Birds and Wild Fowl 1927 (CCS reprint 1999) Game Birds and Wild Fowl 1927 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Superb artwork by Roland Green graced Player’s Game Birds and Wild Fowl in 1927, and you can admire it now in this new C.C.S. reprint. The backs tell us about the birds, some nature, others visitors to our shores, describing their habitat, appearance, breeding etc. – truly exceptional in every respect. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Wills Flowers and the Garden Gardening Hints 1923 (CCS reprint 2003) Gardening Hints 1923 (CCS reprint 2003) 50 - Gardening is a popular pastime in this country as the growth in the number of garden centres shows so this set is sure to appeal. The colourful, detailed drawings cover all manner of gardening tips and although produced in 1923 and reprinted in 2003 are still relevant today. As well as hints on propagation the set shows you how to grow water-lilies in a tub, how to level or plant a lawn, how to make your own propagating frame, hints on planting and growing and even how to make an earwig trap. The later tip is ingenious and uses a plant pot on a stick filled with dry moss. We are told if this is examined every morning and the trapped earwigs destroyed the pest will be controlled The backs give you all the information you will need. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Wills Reprinted Series Gems of Belgian Architecture 1915 (CCS reprint 2001) Gems of Belgian Architecture 1915 (CCS reprint 2001) 50 - These really are gems containing detailed drawings of lovely old buildings in Belgium, but sadly by the time these were issued Belgium was at war with Germany and over the course of the First World War many of these buildings were to be destroyed. This is particularly true of Ypres where the magnificent Cloth Hall and Belfry shown on card no. 4 was reduced to little more than rubble. The card backs tell us the history of the buildings and also comment on the war. We are told, for instance, that Dixmude was destroyed in fierce fighting between Belgian and Germany troops and the card picturing the Law Courts at Liege contains the poignant words “it is to be hoped that this beautiful and dignified monument has been spared by the Germans”. There are lovely views of Ghent, Brussels, Antwerp, Ostend etc. and this delightful reprint set is well worth adding to any collection. The numbered backs give interesting facts about the region. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Wills Reprinted Series Household Hints 1st Series 1927 (CCS reprint 1999) Household Hints 1st Series 1927 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Converting a gas bracket, repairing linoleum, renewing a broken sash-line. Not the kind of skills do-it-your-selvers need to acquire today, but obviously important eighty years ago. Bookbinding, re-webbing a chair and making a coal-box are projects unlikely to turn up often in this day and age. Others such as paper-hanging, erecting shelves, replacing a washer and cleaning a waste pipe, should prove useful. Originally issued in 1927, now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Mitchell Reprinted Series Humorous Drawings 1924 (CCS reprint 1999) Humorous Drawings 1924 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - This series, originally issued in 1924, recreates everyday situations of the period in delightful colour artwork with captions that will bring a smile to your face. Wonderful nostalgia in a scarce set which as a reprint will not amuse a wider audience. Size 68 x 36mm
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Humorous Drawings 1924 (CCS reprint 1999)

Mitchell - 50 in set

£10.00

Churchman Reprinted Series In Town To-Night 1938 (CCS reprint 1999) In Town To-Night 1938 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - In the 1930,s the Saturday evening radio show was ‘In Town Tonight’ which began with the cry of a Piccadilly flower seller in the background as “we stop the roar of London’s traffic.” The recording was the voice of Mrs Emma Baker whose picture appears on card no. 2 in Churchman’s 1938 series of fifty, which takes its title from the programme. The basis of the show, and the cards, was to meet people from all walks of life who happened to be in London that night. So on these cards we meet the likes of Cyclone Danny Carter, the international stunt rider; John Tussaud, Madame Tussaud’s great grandson; Christina Foyle of booksellers fame; Dante, the master magician; Prince Monolulu, the racing tipster; Captain Slocum, British Airways pilot; and engine-driver William Hagland who apparently used the cigarette card of himself to prove his identity when appearing as a witness in court. Size 68 x 36mm. This is the reprinted issue originally issued in 1938
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In Town To-Night 1938 (CCS reprint 1999)

Churchman - 50 in set

£10.00

Lambert & Butler Reprinted Series Interesting Sidelights on the Work of The GPO 1939 (CCS reprint 1999) Interesting Sidelights on the Work of The GPO 1939 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - The G.P.O. had a somewhat wider remit than just collecting and delivering the post. For a star they were responsible for the nation’s telephone system and overseas connections, police communications, telegrams, the speaking clock and a host of other activities, including the G.P.O. Film Unit which made the award-winning “Night Mail” film on the train to Scotland. This fascinating set, originally produced in 1939, now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Wills Reprinted Series Life In The Royal Navy 1939 (CCS reprint 1999) Life In The Royal Navy 1939 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - One of several series issued in the run-up to World War II presenting the services in a favourable light, this series shows happy sailors at work and play in Britain’s mighty modern fleet and the various skills for which the men are trained for gunnery practice through to making the daily bread. Originally issued in 1939, now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Players Reprinted Series Military Head-Dress 1931 (CCS reprint 1999) Military Head-Dress 1931 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - You have to admire the tremendous quality of the artwork in this series originally produced in 1931, showing the immense variety of headgear worn by British soldiers between the early 18th and early 20th centuries, from general’s cocked hats to private’s forage caps in many of Britain’s most famous regiments. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Players Motoring Motor Cars 2nd Series 1997 (CCS reprint 2000) Motor Cars 2nd Series 1997 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - A reprint of the first series has been popular and now we can add the second series, originally issued in 1937 and featuring the then latest models to be found on the roads of Britain, from humble Morris (on the road price £225, annual tax £10.10s) to luxury Rolls (2,720 and £38.5s). Perhaps best value of all is a Morgan for well under £200 with a road tax of just £7.10s. Wonderful nostalgia, Size 68 x 36mm.
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Players Animals & Wildlife Nature Series 1908 (CCS reprint 2000) Nature Series 1908 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - This nature series featuring superb colour artwork first appeared in 1908. Numbers 1 to 25 depict birds from all over the world, whilst the remainder of the set is devoted to solely British mammals, birds and reptiles. A particularly interesting card is that for Chillingham Park Cattle descended from the wild cattle of ancient Britain. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Nature Series 1908 (CCS reprint 2000)

Players - 50 in set

£10.00

Wills Reprinted Series Overseas Dominions Australia 1915 (CCS reprint 2003) Overseas Dominions Australia 1915 (CCS reprint 2003) 50 - I am sure that many of these subjects would be unrecognisable to modern day Australians and nor would they take kindly to being listed as a dominion, but that said this is a charming little set which tries to give a flavour of the vast and varied country. The views of Sydney look very different without the usual Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, neither of which were built in 1915 when the set was originally issued. Some of the other views such as the Blue Mountains, The Devil’s Coach House and Cape Pillar are unchanged, but I am guessing that horse (or oxen) and carts are no longer used for harvesting wheat and collecting pineapples, logs, wool or sugar cane. Also whilst kangaroo are still sometimes hunted I doubt this is done on horseback with dogs and I do hope that the catching of turtles for their shells and food has long since ceased. The last card deals which something which sadly has not stopped – the threat of a bush fire – which is still a problem today. A lovely set size 68 x 36mm
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Wills Reprinted Series Overseas Dominions Canada 1914 (CCS reprint 2002) Overseas Dominions Canada 1914 (CCS reprint 2002) 50 - Originally produced in 1914 these cards show the major Canadian industries of the time such as logging, farming, fishing and producing maple syrup as well as major cities, beautiful views, buildings ranging from humble backwoods cabins to government offices and even a picture of an ice-boat sailing on the frozen St. Lawrence River. I am sure much of the stunning countryside including the Rockies has hardly changed, but interestingly even in 1914 the cards described the Rockies as being largely unexplored and mapped. The numbered backs are full of fascinating information and these interesting and colourful cards are worth a place in anyone’s collection. Size 68 x 36mm. \r\n
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Kriegsfeld Reprinted Series Phrases and Advertisements c1900 (reprint 2001) Phrases and Advertisements c1900 (reprint 2001) 50 -
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Ogdens Birds, Butterflies & Moths Poultry 2nd Series 1916 (reprint 2000) Poultry 2nd Series 1916 (reprint 2000) 25 - The first series of poultry by Ogdens was reprinted in 1998 and the second series was reprinted in 2000. This set of 25 cards numbered 26 to 50 includes familiar breeds such as Orpingtons and Leghorns, plus one or two less well-known types like Bosnians. Size 68 x 36mm
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Poultry 2nd Series 1916 (reprint 2000)

Ogdens - 25 in set

£10.00

Allen & Ginter (USA) Birds, Butterflies & Moths Prize and Game Chickens c1892 (reprint 2000) Prize and Game Chickens c1892 (reprint 2000) 50 - This is a reprint of the Prize & Game Chickens set originally issued by Allen & Ginter Tobacco around 1890 in America and we just love the proud specimens strutting their stuff. The backs contain a checklist of the cards in the set and explain these were issued one card per box of cigarettes. Included are the American Light Brahma, an Andalusian Cock, Ãyãm Jallãk Malay Game Cock, Black Frizzled Fowl, Black Minorca Fowl, Brown Leghorn, Buff Cochin China Hen, Crêve-Coeur Hen, Derbyshire Red Cap, Gold-Laced Bantam, Golden-Spangled Hamburgh Cock, Guinea Fowl, Langshan, Plymouth Rock, Silver-grey Dorking Hen and Wyandotte Cock. These are lovely colour cards size 70 x 38mm
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Prize and Game Chickens c1892 (reprint 2000)

Allen & Ginter (USA) - 50 in set

£10.00

Players Reprinted Series Products of The World 1928 (CCS reprint 1999) Products of The World 1928 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Arranged alphabetically from apples to wool, twenty-three products of agriculture, fisheries and mining are covered in this set, with between one and three cards for each depending on their perceived importance three for tea, sugar and salt, two for oil and one for dates, but tobacco is a surprising omission. Originally issued in 1928 now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Hignett Horse Racing and the Turf Prominent Racehorses of 1933 (CCS reprint 2000) Prominent Racehorses of 1933 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - Originally issued in 1934, the cards show a selection of the previous season’s big-race winners in paddock surroundings, with the racing colours of each owner pictured on the left (except for no. 38 where they are on the right). Includes Golden Miller who we are told “In 1934 achieved his third consecutive success in the Cheltenham Gold Cup and won the Grand National in record time.” Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Mitchell Reprinted Series Regimental Crests, Nicknames and Collar Badges 1900 (reprint 1993) Regimental Crests, Nicknames and Collar Badges 1900 (reprint 1993) 25 - This is an interesting set of 25 colour cards. On the left of the picture the collar or cap badge of the regiment is shown, with a plaque in the middle giving one or more of their nicknames and finally on the right of the card we see the regimental crest. Regiments include the Gordon Highlanders, Scots Guards, The Life Guards and Grenadier Guards. The backs give information on the regiment concerned and carry an advert for Michell’s Prize Crop Cigarettes. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Wills Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Safety First 1934 (CCS reprint 2000) Safety First 1934 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - Road safety was a real problem in 1934 when these were originally issued and the colourful cards illustrate some of the dangers. Actually aside from issues with tramlines and using hand signals as there were no indicators most these safety instructions are still relevant today, but it is the charming vintage pictures which are the real attraction. The warnings include not overtaking on bends, not squeezing through traffic if you are a motor-cyclist, how to pass animals, how to correct a skid and not to throw anything from a moving car as well as how to cross safely. There is plenty of further information on the card backs. Cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Safety First 1934 (CCS reprint 2000)

Wills - 50 in set

£10.00

Wills Flags, Arms & Maps School Arms 1906 (CCS reprint 2000) School Arms 1906 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - Originally issued in 1906, this series gives an insight into the privileged world of public schools a century ago, illustrating the arms of fifty English and Scottish establishments with their origin, motto and recent achievements on the backs, from Eton and Harrow through to the lesser-known Denstone College and Trinity College Perth. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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School Arms 1906 (CCS reprint 2000)

Wills - 50 in set

£10.00

Mitchell Reprinted Series Scotlands Story 1929 (CCS reprint 2000) Scotlands Story 1929 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - An obvious choice of subject for Glasgow-based Stephen Mitchell, this first-rate series of cards takes us through Scotland’s turbulent history from the Roman invasion through to the mid-nineteenth century, re-living the bloody battles and historic events which are Scotland’s story. First issued in 1929, Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Scotlands Story 1929 (CCS reprint 2000)

Mitchell - 50 in set

£10.00

Wills Reprinted Series Ships Badges 1925 (CCS reprint 2000) Ships Badges 1925 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - The ships’ badges of fifty Royal Navy vessels, issued in 1925. Among the famous names are Admiral Beattie’s flagship Queen Elizabeth, on board which the surrender of the German fleet took place in 1918, the battlecruisers ‘Hood’ and ‘Repulse’, the aircraft carrier ‘Argus’ and the torpedo boat destroyer ‘Verdun’ which on 10th November 1920 brought over the body of the “Unknown Warrior” from France. Size 68 x 36mm. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 36mm
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Ships Badges 1925 (CCS reprint 2000)

Wills - 50 in set

£10.00

Churchman Reprinted Series Story of Navigation 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) Story of Navigation 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - When Queen Mary launched the new Cunard liner which bore her name in September 1934 it was like a tonic for a nation emerging from the long years of the depression. The superb vessel marked the latest chapter in a struggle to conquer the sea, a story which had begun thousands of years earlier when primitive man first crossed a river by floating on a log. It was these two extremes which Churchmans chose for the first and last cards in this series. The set continues with a Welsh coracle, a Viking ship and an Elizabethan galleon as well as Nelson’s flagship “Victory” which is now preserved at Portsmouth for all to admire. Also included are the magnificent clipper “Cutty Sark” which is still a major tourist attraction at Greenwich, “S.S. Great Britain” which is permanently on display in Bristol as a lasting tribute to Isambard Kingdom Brunel her talented designer plus great liners of the 20th century such as “Mauretania” which for more than 20 years was the speed queen of the North Atlantic and of course, the “Queen Mary” which is now a tourist attraction at Long Beach, California. You can re-live these great moments in maritime history with this finely produced colour series with plenty of facts on the reverse. These cards are size 67 x 36mm. This set was originally printed in 1936.
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Story of Navigation 1936 (CCS reprint 1999)

Churchman - 50 in set

£10.00

Ogdens Reprinted Series Swimming Diving and Life Saving 1931 (CCS reprint 2000) Swimming Diving and Life Saving 1931 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - A young woman in a one-piece costume and wearing a bathing hat demonstrates various swimming strokes in the first section of this set, and then shows how to rescue and resuscitate casualties in danger of drowning. Finally we learn how to dive, from beginners stance through to nifty acrobatics. Originally issued in 1931, now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Players Reprinted Series Tennis 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) Tennis 1936 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - This distinctive series shows top players of 1936 including Britain’s Wimbledon singles champion Fred Perry and other stars such as Jean Borstra, Bunny Austin, Dorothy Round and Helen Jacobs, each with a description and diagram of their winning strokes. A real classic, now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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Tennis 1936 (CCS reprint 1999)

Players - 50 in set

£10.00

Wills Flowers and the Garden Wild Flowers 1923 (CCS reprint 1999) Wild Flowers 1923 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - The soil and climate of the British Isles has encouraged a huge range of wild flowers to thrive, as we see on these lovely colour pictures with descriptive backs, originally issued in 1923, arranged alphabetically from Anemone to Yellow Wort. Several are to be found wild in my own garden and the adjacent field, cowslips, knapweed, scabious, teasel, valerian and alas, bindweed. Size 68 x 37mm,
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Wild Flowers 1923 (CCS reprint 1999)

Wills - 50 in set

£10.00

Wills Fish, Fishing & the Ocean Wonders of The Sea 1928 (CCS reprint 2000) Wonders of The Sea 1928 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - Marine life and maritime phenomena from above and below the waves make up this fascinating collection originally issued in 1928. From earthquake waves and icebergs, penguins and whales, strange fish and plants, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and Dorset’s Durdle Door, to King Crabs and the Giant Octopus, all vividly described, these cards will amaze you. Size 68 x 37mm,
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Boguslavsky Horse Racing and the Turf Big Events on the Turf (133x70mm) 1924 (reprint 1995) Big Events on the Turf (133x70mm) 1924 (reprint 1995) EL12 - The size of the cards really does justice to the colourful racing scenes and show actual racing scenes such as the Grand National of 23rd March 1923. The leading horses in the picture are all named with the first, second and third mentioned in the white border at the bottom which also tells us, amongst other facts, that Sergeant Murphy won by 3 lengths and that only 7 horses completed the course. Other horse racing action in the set shows the Lincolnshire Handicap, The One and Two Thousand Guineas, The Great Jubilee Handicap, The Derby and Oaks, The Gold Cup and Stewards’ Cup, St Leger plus the Cesarewitch and Cambridgeshire Stakes. The backs are full of facts and the cards are size 134 x 70mm.
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American Tobacco Co (USA) Reprinted Series Lighthouse Series 1912 (reprint 2000) Lighthouse Series 1912 (reprint 2000) L50 - This is a reprint of the American Tobacco Company’s 1912 series of colour pictures of lighthouses around the coasts of the United States, plus one on Porto Rico, but mostly from Delaware to Maine and including that most famous of landmarks, the Statue of Liberty, which surely was never intended as a lighthouse. The backs are numbered and have a brief description. Size 81 x 64mm.
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Lighthouse Series 1912 (reprint 2000)

American Tobacco Co (USA) - L50 in set

£12.00

Ogdens Boxing A B C of Sport 1927 (CCS Reprint 2002) A B C of Sport 1927 (CCS Reprint 2002) 25 - We now have in stock a reprint of the 1927 set by Ogdens which illustrates a sport for each letter of the alphabet except Z which appears on the same card as Y. The often humorous colour pictures are backed by a little rhyme such as “J is the jockey (cross-country of course!) who passes the winning-post after his horse – the steed had a notion, abrupt but intense, to see what it felt like to sit on a fence!” Some of the subjects chosen are odd, for instance D is deerstalking, but surely it would be less of a stretch to have illustrated dog racing and the entry for I is an Imbecile when obviously ice skater would be the logical choice. Also V and X clearly proved a challenge as the rhymes explain - V stands for Villikins a champion at spillikins and “X is a prefix that champions use when to their laurels they finally made their adieus”. Yachting was the obvious choice for Y, but the best they could come up with for Z is ‘Zest’. That said this is an entertaining little set with cards size 68 x 36mm
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A B C of Sport 1927 (CCS Reprint 2002)

Ogdens - 25 in set

£12.50

Players Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Boy Scout and Girl Guide Patrol Signs and Emblems 1933 (C.C.S. reprint 2001) Boy Scout and Girl Guide Patrol Signs and Emblems 1933 (C.C.S. reprint 2001) 50 - Originally issued in 1933 these reprints from 2001 picture both the patrol sign or emblem and the actual creature or plant on which this is based. The first half of the set are all Boy Scout patrol signs including the Beaver, Curlew and Panther and the text on the back tells us about the creature as well as which badges this patrol should specialize in and their call. For instance members of Fox patrol have a call or bark of “Ha Ha” and should study woodcraft and the habits of wildlife. The remainder of the set are Girl Guide emblems which are all bird or plant related and include Swallow, Robin, Primrose and Poppy. As with the backs of the Boy Scout cards the creature or plant is described on the reverse, but instead of a call the patrol motto such as that for Chaffinch Patrol of “Play the game and play it well” is given. This is an excellent set with cards size 68 x 36mm.
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Ogdens Birds, Butterflies & Moths British Birds 1905 (CCS reprint 2000) British Birds 1905 (CCS reprint 2000) 50 - Originally issued over hundred years ago, these birds are beautifully portrayed in colour pictures with a background typical of their habitat, from humble Hedge-Sparrow to mighty Golden Eagle. Unusually, the Great Auk is included despite it being extinct. Informative texts on the back. Now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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British Birds 1905 (CCS reprint 2000)

Ogdens - 50 in set

£12.50

Wills Reprinted Series Builders of the Empire 1898 (CCS reprint 1999) Builders of the Empire 1898 (CCS reprint 1999) 50 - Raleigh, Frobisher, Gordon, Wolfe, Livingstone, Cook, Wellington, Drake and Nelson, names renowned indeed , and all among the fifty Builders of the Empire honoured by Wills in their card series issued in 1898. This terrific set is now available as a reprint. Size 68 x 36mm
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