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Card Crazy (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Rugby Superstars Super 12 Logos Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996 Rugby Superstars Super 12 Logos Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996 LT5 - The Super 12 was a Rugby Union competition between 12 teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa and this set features the logos/emblems (again on shiny foil) for the New Zealand teams which included Otago Highlanders, Waikato Chiefs, Auckland Blues, Wellington Hurricanes and Canterbury Crusaders. The front pictures have a foil background and the numbered backs repeat the picture and tell us about their likely performance in the Super 12 competition. For instance the card for Auckland Blues describes them as “a champion side full of champion players, the Blues look set to make good on their pre-competition position as favourites” and they did indeed win the competition in 1996. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Rugby Superstars Super 12 Logos Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996

Card Crazy (New Zealand) - LT5 in set

£10.00

Croxley Card Co Rugby Union & League Saracens Series 2(Rugby Union) 2000 Saracens Series 2(Rugby Union) 2000 LT20 - Marked "Series 2" the first having been the British Lions 199 Set, these cards are colour pictures of the famous Saracens rugby players in action, with numbered text backs edited by Paul Ackford an ex-England player and current rugby correspondent for the Daily Telegraph. Among them are many internationals including Dan Luger, Tim Horanm Richard Hill, Danny Grewcock, Tony Diprose and Thomas Castaignede who achieved instant notoriety on his debut by dropping the goal which beat England in Paris. Size 89x64mm
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Saracens Series 2(Rugby Union) 2000

Croxley Card Co - LT20 in set

£10.00

Croxley Card Co Rugby Union & League Saracens Series 4 (Rugby Union) 2001 Saracens Series 4 (Rugby Union) 2001 LT21 - Following on from previous Croxley sets this is Series 4 covering the Saracens during the 2001 season. With excellent colour photos of Saracens players in action, including many Internationals, and backed by authoritative texts by Paul Ackford a former England player and rugby correspondent for the Daily Telegraph this is a classy well-produced set which includes a checklist. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Saracens Series 4 (Rugby Union) 2001

Croxley Card Co - LT21 in set

£10.00

Rugleys Rugby Union & League Wales Rugby Stars Series Ref 1001 (2000) Wales Rugby Stars Series Ref 1001 (2000) L20 -
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Wales Rugby Stars Series Ref 1001 (2000)

Rugleys - L20 in set

£10.00

Wales On Sunday Rugby Union & League World Cup Rugby Greats (including album) 1999 World Cup Rugby Greats (including album) 1999 L24 - Originally available in exchange for coupons published in the Wales on Sunday newspaper these cards are colour photographs of world-class international rugby players from England, Wales, Ireland, New Zealand etc. with career details on the numbered, titled backs. Jointly sponsored with SWALEC. Size 90 x 53mm.
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World Cup Rugby Greats (including album) 1999

Wales On Sunday - L24 in set

£10.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League 100% All Blacks Jersey (3-D) Cards (Rugby Union) 2011 100% All Blacks Jersey (3-D) Cards (Rugby Union) 2011 M30 - These cards were originally found inside specially marked packets of ‘Weet-Bix’, three cards in the 11kg packs and two in the 750g packs. Each card has a double player image which can be seen by tilting the card from top to bottom. They also have a heat-activated Thermo Panel dot on the back which when heated to 30 degrees by vigorous rubbing reveals a ‘power’ rating. Each player has 5 different power ratings ranging from 0 to 100 and children were encouraged to search for high-powered 100% rated cards. A 48-page handbook/album was originally issued containing player profiles, interesting facts, match schedule and plastic storage pockets. The players include John Afoa, Dan Carter, Cory Jane, Jerome Kaino, Ma’a Nonu, Brad Thorn, Sam Whitelock, Sonny Bill Williams and Tony Woodcock. The backs picture their All Black jersey with player number. Ideal for rugby fans. Size 50 x 60mm
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100% All Blacks Jersey (3-D) Cards (Rugby Union) 2011

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - M30 in set

£12.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League All Blacks Code Black (Rugby Union) 2013 All Blacks Code Black (Rugby Union) 2013 M30 - These Code Black Play/Score/Win cards were originally issued in sheets in Weet-Bix cereal packets in New Zealand – 4 players in the 1kg boxes and 3 players and a blank card in the 750g boxes. The numbered fronts feature a small player picture with statistics underneath such as height, position, date of birth and a ‘Did you know?’ fact. For instance the card for Tony Woodcock tells us he is the most capped Prop in All Black history. Two corners on each card rounded and the others are cut at an angle. Each card contains a code which could be entered on the Weet-Bix website with the first so many able to obtain a booklet/album. The set is divided into Captain, Cut, Dummy and Skip cards which it is believe enabled you to play a game along the lines of rock, paper scissors with captain acting as trump card. Amongst the players are Gary Whetton who with his brother Alan became the first twins to play at test level for the All Blacks, Luke Romano who we are told has size 17 feet, Israel Dagg, Tawera Kerr-Barlow, Beauden Barrett, half-back Aaron Smith, Keven Mealamu, Ben Smith who won a gold medal with the rugby sevens in the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Ma’a Nonu, Daniel Carter, Owen Franks, Kieran Read, Andrew Hore, Richie McCaw the most capped All Black and Piri Weepu who also played indoor netball. Size 60 x 50mm.
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All Blacks Code Black (Rugby Union) 2013

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - M30 in set

£12.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League All Blacks Fuel Your Dreams (Rugby Union) 2014 All Blacks Fuel Your Dreams (Rugby Union) 2014 M26 - These caricatures of All Blacks players were originally issued in sheets of 3 player cards and a competition card one sheet of which was available in each 1kg or 750g packet of Weet-Bix in New Zealand. The 25 cards feature Tony Woodcock, Kevin Mealamu, Charlie Faumunia, Jeremy Thrush, Sam Whitelock, Liam Messam, Richie McCaw, Kieran Read, Aaron Smith, Dan Carter, Aaron Cruden, Ma’a Nonu, Cory Jane, Dane Coles, Wyatt Crockett, Brodie Retallick, Sam Cane, Tom Taylor, Tawera Kerr-Barlow, Beauden Barrett, Israel Dagg, Ben Smith, Julian Savea, Ben Franks, Steve Hansen (coach) and a ‘Fuel Your Dreams prize draw card’ which enabled you to enter a competition. The backs of the player cards give personal and career information including how they like their Weet-Bix. Size 60 x 50 these have two round corners and two cut corners.
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All Blacks Fuel Your Dreams (Rugby Union) 2014

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - M26 in set

£12.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League All Blacks Team Tags (Rugby Union) 2010 All Blacks Team Tags (Rugby Union) 2010 30 - These are unusual cards in the shape of old style army ‘dog tags’ but slightly larger and with a holographic 3D action shot of an All Blacks player on the front. The cards, which were issued in New Zealand with Weet-Bix breakfast cereal (2 tags in the 750g box and 3 tags in the 1kg box), have rounded corners and a hold punched in the top so they can be worn on a chain or cord. The back of each card shows the player’s jersey number along with some biographical information including weight and height. There is also a unique code on the back of each card which could be entered onto the Weet-Bix Team Tags website with all entries going into a draw to win prizes. Several different games could also be played with these team tags. At the time you could also buy a small time to hold these cards and a set of metal dog tags on a chain. Some of the players featured include Tony Woodcock, Isaia Toeava, Brad Thorn, Kieran Read, Ma’a Nonu, Keven Mealamu, Luke McAlister, Andrew Hore,Jason Eaton, Dan Carter and John Afoa. Size 65 x 40mm these are something different for rugby fans.
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All Blacks Team Tags (Rugby Union) 2010

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - 30 in set

£12.00

Card Crazy (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League New Zealand Rugby League Superstars 1995 New Zealand Rugby League Superstars 1995 LT90 - This series features top New Zealand rugby league players in action, the World Cup Kiwis, World Superstars many of whom played for English clubs, league legends of the past, and an imaginary dream team with further pictures on the numbered descriptive backs, all on an appropriate black background. Size 89 x 64mm
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New Zealand Rugby League Superstars 1995

Card Crazy (New Zealand) - LT90 in set

£12.00

Card Crazy (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League New Zealand Rugby Union Superstars 1995 New Zealand Rugby Union Superstars 1995 LT110 - The 1996 season featuring leading players in New Zealand club rugby, starting with 15 Northern Stars followed by the Auckland A Team XV who have won more games than any other side in the Ranfurly Shield, up to 1996, the award given to New Zealand rugby in 1902 by the Governor, the Earl of Ranfurly. The shield’s story is told on the last four cards before the checklist. Size 89 x 64mm.
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New Zealand Rugby Union Superstars 1995

Card Crazy (New Zealand) - LT110 in set

£12.00

Card Crazy (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Rugby Superstars Terminators Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996 Rugby Superstars Terminators Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996 LT8 - The players, who all play for New Zealand teams, are shown in action with their heads framed by a gun-sight type target box, as if seen through the eyes of a robot perhaps, and there is an additional picture and informative text on the numbered backs. These colourful cards feature Liam Berry, Errol Brain, Michael Jones who was nicknamed ‘The Iceman’, Josh Kronfeld, Blair Larsen, Duane Monkley, Taine Randall who was described as one of the rising stars of New Zealand rugby and hard-driving number eight Glen Taylor. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Rugby Superstars Terminators Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996

Card Crazy (New Zealand) - LT8 in set

£12.00

Wales On Sunday Rugby Union & League World Cup Heroes (Rugby Union) 1995 World Cup Heroes (Rugby Union) 1995 L36 - These colourful caricatures of Rugby Union players by ‘Dorrien’ were originally only available in exchange for coupons printed in this Welsh Sunday newspaper. The set covers players from the 1987 and 1991 Rugby World Cup series including Will Carling, Tim Horan, Peter Fatialofa, Rory Underwood, Jeremy Guscott, David Campese, Jonathan Davies, Serge Blanco etc. There is an informative write up on the back concerning the player and their career. The cards are size 90 x 54mm.
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World Cup Heroes (Rugby Union) 1995

Wales On Sunday - L36 in set

£12.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League All Blacks Access (Rugby Union) 2012 All Blacks Access (Rugby Union) 2012 M29 - Originally available in perforated sheets of four in packets of Weet-Bix this set contains 29 cards with a player picture inset onto an All Blacks shirt with statistics given on the back. Every card comes with a ‘Access Code’ which you could use to gain points online and enter competitions. The codes also unlocked exclusive All Blacks information, but the promotion ended December 2012. The players featured are Jimmy Cowan, Dan Carter, Anthony Boric, Owen Franks, Ben Franks, Corey Flynn, Jerome Kaino, Richard Kahui, Cory Jane, Conrad Smith, Colin Slade, Kieran Read, Ali Williams, Sam Whitelock, Piri Weepu, Andy Ellis, Israel Dagg, Aaron Cruden, Andrew Hore, Zac Guildford, Hosea Gear, Ma’a Nonu, Keven Mealamu, Richie McCaw, Victor Vito, Isaia Toeava, Adam Tomson, Tony Woodcock and Sonny Bill Williams. The cards are size 60 x 50mm
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All Blacks Access (Rugby Union) 2012

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - M29 in set

£15.00

Rugby Football Union Rugby Union & League English Internationals 1980-1991 (1991) English Internationals 1980-1991 (1991) 50 -
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English Internationals 1980-1991 (1991)

Rugby Football Union - 50 in set

£15.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Fuelling Future All Blacks (Rugby Union issued in pairs) 2015 Fuelling Future All Blacks (Rugby Union issued in pairs) 2015 M24 - This set of 24 lenticular cards contains 12 joined-pairs and were issued in boxes of ‘Weet-Bix breakfast cereal in New Zealand. They picture a head and shoulders portrait of the player which changes to an action shot when the card is tilted. The cards aren’t specifically numbered, but each card contains a number equating to the player’s on-field position. The backs contain career details and a unique code that could be entered into the Weet-Bix website to win one of 15 ‘call ups’ to join a Junior Rugby Camp in the Auckland area. The players include Dane Coles, Israel Dagg, Dan Carter, Sam Whitelock and Kieran Read. Size 100 x 60mm (individual card size 50 x 60mm).
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Fuelling Future All Blacks (Rugby Union issued in pairs) 2015

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - M24 in set

£15.00

Card Crazy (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Rugby Superstars Express Delivery Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996 Rugby Superstars Express Delivery Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996 LT10 - The stars in this set all played for New Zealand Rugby Union sides in the 1990s and include Canterbury’s Paula Bale, Otago winger Paul Cooke, attacking full-back Simon Forest, James Kerr who was also a champion schoolboy track athlete, world famous Jonah Lomu, North Harbour’s Glen Osborne and Eric Rush, Fijian born Joeli Videri, Waikato winger Wayne Warlow and Jeff Wilson who also achieved national honour at cricket. The shiny foil card fronts are backed by informative text on the back with a different picture. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Rugby Superstars Express Delivery Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996

Card Crazy (New Zealand) - LT10 in set

£15.00

Card Crazy (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Rugby Superstars Factor J Jonah Lomu Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996 Rugby Superstars Factor J Jonah Lomu Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996 LT3 - These three cards all feature the legendary Jonah Lomu who sadly died in November 2015 aged just 40. The numbered backs are headed Speed, Momentum and Ball Skills and described his talents in these areas, for instance we are told that “if allowed to get his 120kg frame up to full speed he can polish off the 100 metres length of a football pitch in less than 11 seconds.” He was a supremely talented player whose death was a real tragedy, but he is shown here at his best. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Rugby Superstars Factor J Jonah Lomu Chase Set (Rugby Union) 1996

Card Crazy (New Zealand) - LT3 in set

£15.00

Futera (Australia) Rugby Union & League Rugby Union 1996 Predictors (Limited Edition of 4000) 1996 Rugby Union 1996 Predictors (Limited Edition of 4000) 1996 LT3 - These are limited edition Rugby Union cards, they are based around the 1996 Tri-Nations Championship between Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The fronts feature the words Predictor Card with a ball in place of the “o” with the relevant country name on it. The card backgrounds are gold, green or black depending on the country featured. The cards were part of a competition and numbered backs explain details of how to win. It would appear that whichever country won if you sent a copy of the relevant card to Futera’s Australian address you would be entered into a draw for various prizes including an Australian jersey autographed by the team, a signed Wallaby football or limited edition card series. For the record the winners were New Zealand, but it is too later to enter as the competition closed on 30th September 1996! Size 89 x 64mm.
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Rugby Union 1996 Predictors (Limited Edition of 4000) 1996

Futera (Australia) - LT3 in set

£15.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Stat Attack II New Zealand All Blacks (Rugby Union) 2008 Stat Attack II New Zealand All Blacks (Rugby Union) 2008 L44 - This unnumbered set of 44 colour cards were originally issued in packets of Weet-Bix and included in some packets, one month before the release of the cards, was a box which could be used to house the cards. The fronts show an action shot of the player together with statistics which are used to play the ‘Stat Attack’ game. The backs of the cards just have the words ‘Weet-Bix Stat Attack II’ and team picture. There are 30 standard cards plus 8 ‘Super Stat’ cards and 6 ‘New Cap’ cards. Amongst the standard players are John Afoa, Greg Somerville and Jerome Kaino, New Caps include Anthony Tuitavake and Stephen Donald and Super Stats include the likes of Dan Carter, Doug Howlett and Neemia Tilata. Size 64 x 100mm
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Stat Attack II New Zealand All Blacks (Rugby Union) 2008

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - L44 in set

£15.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League Super Fourteen Super Flyers (Rugby Union) Oval Cards 2010 Super Fourteen Super Flyers (Rugby Union) Oval Cards 2010 50 - These thick oval cards feature rugby players from New Zealand, but this time the players are taken from the Super 14 rugby competition rather than the famous All Blacks. There are 10 cards for each team including 9 current players and one legend from the past. One side shows the player’s jersey with name and number whilst the other shows the player in action with some biographical details. Between 1-3 of these Super Flyers were enclosed in specially marked New Zealand breakfast cereals such as ‘Weet-Bix’, ‘Double Crunch’, ‘Honey Puffs’, ‘Skippy Cornflakes’ and ‘Ricies’. These cards could then be used to play games or you could win prizes by using the unique codes on the Super Flyers website. The teams featured are the Blues, Chiefs, Crusaders, Hurricanes and Highlanders. An interesting set for any rugby fan. Size 65 x 45mm.\r\n
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Super Fourteen Super Flyers (Rugby Union) Oval Cards 2010

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - 50 in set

£15.00

Autograph Adicts Rugby Union & League England Rugby World Cup Winners 2003 England Rugby World Cup Winners 2003 L16 - This is a series of colour caricatures featuring the sixteen players who did England proud, beating Australia to win the Webb Ellis Trophy. Heroes all, and now household names, Jason Leonard, Phil Vickery, Martin Johnston, Lawrence Dallaglio, Ben Cohen, Jonny Wilkinson, Mike Catt, Jason Robinson, et all, the backs give facts about each of the rugby stars. Size 85 x 56mm.
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England Rugby World Cup Winners 2003

Autograph Adicts - L16 in set

£16.00

J.F.Sporting Collectibles Rugby Union & League Rugby League Stars 1940/50s 1st Series 2002 Rugby League Stars 1940/50s 1st Series 2002 LT24 - These black and white head and shoulders photographs have the benefit of proper descriptive backs bringing the stars to life. For example, Alan Prescott, capped 28 times, led his side to victory as captain in the second test against Australia in 1958 despite suffering a broken arm early in the game, as well as being man of the match at Wembley in 1956 bringing the cup to St. Helens for the first time. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Rugby League Stars 1940/50s 1st Series 2002

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT24 in set

£16.00

J.F.Sporting Collectibles Rugby Union & League Rugby League Stars in Action 1940/50s (2007) Rugby League Stars in Action 1940/50s (2007) LT24 - Captured on these black and white photos are glimpses of tough Rugby League match action in the years just after the war. Among the stars are Mick Sullivan a member of the Great Britain team that won the first World Cup, who joined Wigan in 1957 for a record fee of £9,500. In fact there are no fewer than five Wigan players in the set, the other teams represented being Workington, Warrington, St. Helens, Oldham, Leigh, Leeds, Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Bradford Northern, Batley, Barrow, Hull and Hull K.R. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Rugby League Stars in Action 1940/50s (2007)

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT24 in set

£16.00

J.F.Sporting Collectibles Rugby Union & League Rugby League Stars Pre 1950 (2016) Rugby League Stars Pre 1950 (2016) LT24 - As the title implies these are Rugby League players whose careers took place before 1950, for instance, Walter Scott of Barrow had his final game in March 1933. Amongst the others featured include Bradford Northern’s Frank Whitcome who played in five Rugby League Challenge Cup finals, Jim Denton of Featherstone Rovers who along with brother Sid played in the clubs first game in the Northern Rugby League in 1931, Duggy Clarke of Huddersfield who scored 99 tries and also enjoyed success as a World Heavyweight Wrestler as well as earning a military medal in WW1, Hull’s Billy Batten, Hunslet’s Hector Crowther, Les Adams of Leeds who was unfortunately badly burned in WW2, Australian born winger Eric Harris of Leeds, Salford’s Emilyn Jenkins, Swinton’s Henry Blewer, Hull\'s J. Harrison who was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for bravery and the legendary Jim Sullivan of Wigan. The numbered backs contain plenty of interesting details about the stars. Size 91 x 65mm.
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Rugby League Stars Pre 1950 (2016)

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT24 in set

£16.00

Futera (Australia) Rugby Union & League Rugby Union 1996 No Barriers (Limited Edition of 4000) 1996 Rugby Union 1996 No Barriers (Limited Edition of 4000) 1996 LT9 - These glossy colour, embossed cards feature nine of the stars of the 1996 Australian national Rugby Union team known as the Wallabies. The players are Jason Little who scored two solo tries against South Africa in 1993, David Campese who always wore the number 11 shirt, George Gregan who later became a sports commentator, Tim Horan who had just returned to form after a leg injury in 1994, Willie Ofahengaue the master of defence, hooker Phil Kearns, useful goal kicker John Eales, Joe Roff who later captained the Cambridge against Oxford in the 2007 varsity match and winger Damian Smith. The numbered backs contain the limited edition number and brief comments on the player. Size 89 x 64mm.\\\\r\\\\n
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J.F.Sporting Collectibles Rugby Union & League Australian Rugby League Tourists 1948 (2002) Australian Rugby League Tourists 1948 (2002) LT30 - 28 players are pictured in colour head and shoulders portraits with their autographs, followed by sepia photos of manager William Buckley and the team. The backs give career details, culminating in many cases with matches against the New Zealand "Kiwis" in 1948, quite a few having been recently demobbed from military service, including Wally O'Connell who played in all representative games during the war years and Noel Mulligan who represented Australia v England in 1946. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Australian Rugby League Tourists 1948 (2002)

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT30 in set

£21.00

Ineda (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League New Zealand All Blacks Tempered Steel (Ruby Union) 1997 (Limited Edition of 1000) New Zealand All Blacks Tempered Steel (Ruby Union) 1997 (Limited Edition of 1000) LT9 - These shiny, unusually thick cards picture All Blacks players with a silver pretend steel border. Those featured include Richard Loe, Walter Little, Michael Jones, Ian Jones, Sean Fitzpatrick, Frank Bunce, Zinzan Brooke, Mike Brewer and Graeme Bachop. The numbered backs have a different mini picture and career details like number of tests and playing position. A very nice set for rugby fans. Size 89 x 64mm
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Futera (Australia) Rugby Union & League Rugby Union 1996 World Cup XV 1991 (Limited Edition of 4000)1996 Rugby Union 1996 World Cup XV 1991 (Limited Edition of 4000)1996 LT15 - Australian Rugby Union cards, a set of 15 from 1996. Some like Jason Little, Tim Horan, David Campese, Willie Ofahengaue, John Eales and Phil Kearns also appeared in the No Barriers set, but they are joined here by master of defence Marty Roebuck, Robert Egerton a fullback who played as winger in the World Cup, cool headed Michael Lynagh who kept the Wallabies in the competition, natural leader Nick Farr-Jones, Troy Coker who wore the No. 8 shirt, Simon Poidevin who was nearing retirement, Rod McCall who proved an excellent partner to John Eales, great midfield runner Ewan McKenzie and Tony Daly who scored the World Cup Final winning try. The numbered backs have brief comments on the player and the limited edition number. Size 89 x 64mm.\\\\r\\\\n
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South Wales Constabulary Rugby Union & League The 82 Squad (Welsh Rugby Union (26 different cards from the set of 35) 1982 The 82 Squad (Welsh Rugby Union (26 different cards from the set of 35) 1982 EL26 out of 35 -
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The 82 Squad (Welsh Rugby Union (26 different cards from the set of 35) 1982

South Wales Constabulary - EL26 out of 35 in set

£32.50

News Chronicle Rugby Union & League Rochdale Hornets RFC 1955 Rochdale Hornets RFC 1955 L14 -
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Rochdale Hornets RFC 1955

News Chronicle - L14 in set

£35.00

Ineda (New Zealand) Rugby Union & League New Zealand All Blacks Elite Rookies (Rugby Union) 1997 (Limited Edition of 2000) New Zealand All Blacks Elite Rookies (Rugby Union) 1997 (Limited Edition of 2000) LT11 - The fronts show action pictures of the players on a shiny foil card with Elite Profiles and their name. The numbered backs contain an oval mini picture and playing details such as the date of their debut for the team and their height and weight. The rookies include Glenn Taylor, Con Barrell, Christian Cullen, Adrian Cashmore, Scott McLeod, Ofisa Tonu’u, Andrew Blowers, Anton Oliver, Carlos Spencer, Chresten Davis and Paul Coffin. Not sure how many of these went on to become regular members of the squad, but doubtless some of you rugby fans will know. Size 89 x 64mm.\r\n
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Worthington (Best Bitter) Cricket Sportsmen from 1920 to 1940 (Reprints from various cigarette card issues) 1992 Sportsmen from 1920 to 1940 (Reprints from various cigarette card issues) 1992 30 out of 36 - This set comprised of Famous Sports Personalities of the 1920s and 1930s six cards taken from each of the following sets. Wills Association Footballers 1939, Wills Cricketers 1928, Churchman Men of the Moment in Sport (Tennis)1928, Churchman Prominent Golfers 1931, Ogdens Jockeys 1930, Churchman Rugby Internationals 1935. Please note the Prominent Golfers cards are not included in this part set on offer. Size 68 x 36mm
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Sportsmen from 1920 to 1940 (Reprints from various cigarette card issues) 1992

Worthington (Best Bitter) - 30 out of 36 in set

£37.50

Churchman Rugby Union & League Rugby Internationals 1935 Rugby Internationals 1935 50 -
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Rugby Internationals 1935

Churchman - 50 in set

£90.00

Wills Rugby Union & League Rugby Internationals 1929 Rugby Internationals 1929 50 -
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Rugby Internationals 1929

Wills - 50 in set

£100.00

Hill Boxing Celebrities of Sport (issued by R & J Hill issue) 1939 Celebrities of Sport (issued by R & J Hill issue) 1939 50 -
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Ogdens Rugby Union & League Famous Rugby Players 1926/1927 Famous Rugby Players 1926/1927 50 -
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Famous Rugby Players 1926/1927

Ogdens - 50 in set

£130.00

Smith Rugby Union & League Prominent Rugby Players 1924 Prominent Rugby Players 1924 25 -
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Prominent Rugby Players 1924

Smith - 25 in set

£300.00

 
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