A Selection of sets relating to Tennis

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Sheridan Railways Underground Art Wimbledon 1996 Underground Art Wimbledon 1996 L7 -
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Underground Art Wimbledon 1996

Sheridan - L7 in set

£3.00

Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 1st Series 2004 Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 1st Series 2004 10 - These monochrome photos show us ten great names in women’s tennis, all of them ladies’ singles champions more than once, an amazing nine times in the case of Martina Navratilova, as we discover in the list of Wimbledon achievements on the card backs (Martina’s honours take us through to 2003 mixed doubles, her fourth, the first being in 1985!). Steffi Graf, Chris Evert, Evonne Goolagong, Billie Jean King, Maria Bueno, and more all-time greats. size 68 x 37mm
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Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005 Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005 10 - These black and white photographs capture moments in tennis history as the world’s finest women tennis players fought for the ultimate recognition, Wimbledon Ladies Champion and three of them are British, Angela Mortimer (1961), Ann Jones (1969) and Virginia Wade (1977). Numbered in chronological order, the series finishes with the Williams sisters Venus and Serena who between them lifted the trophy in four consecutive tournaments from 2000 to 2003. The players’ achievements are listed on the backs. size 68 X 36mm
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Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004 Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004 10 - The men’s champions are in chronological order from Lew Hoad 1956 to Pete Sampras 2000 (his seventh championship) via Laver, Emerson, Newcombe, Connors, Borg, McEnroe, Becker and Edberg, the pictures again either black and white or with mauve tinge and with trophy inset at base. size 68 x 37mm
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Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005 Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005 10 - More Centre Court thrills are recalled in this set, starting off with Jack Kramer, singles champion in 1947 and familiar to viewers as one of the commentators at recent Wimbledons. Another popular American, Arthur Ashe, the 1975 winner, didn’t enjoy such longevity, dieing at the age of only 50, as we discover from the information on the card backs. Closer to the present day, we see Germany’s Michael Stich (1991) and Andre Agassi (USA, 1992). size 68 x 36mm
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Players Tennis Tennis The error and corrected cards of number 24 1936 Tennis The error and corrected cards of number 24 1936 2 - Two varieties cards of number 24. One with numeral 2 omitted from picture the other with numeral 2 above player's left shoulder
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Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 1st Series 2004 Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 1st Series 2004 L10 - These monochrome photos show us ten great names in women’s tennis, all of them ladies’ singles champions more than once, an amazing nine times in the case of Martina Navratilova, as we discover in the list of Wimbledon achievements on the card backs (Martina’s honours take us through to 2003 mixed doubles, her fourth, the first being in 1985!). Steffi Graf, Chris Evert, Evonne Goolagong, Billie Jean King, Maria Bueno, and more all-time greats. size 80 x 63mm
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Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005 Post War Wimbledon Ladies Champions 2nd Series 2005 L10 - These black and white photographs capture moments in tennis history as the world’s finest women tennis players fought for the ultimate recognition, Wimbledon Ladies Champion and three of them are British, Angela Mortimer (1961), Ann Jones (1969) and Virginia Wade (1977). Numbered in chronological order, the series finishes with the Williams sisters Venus and Serena who between them lifted the trophy in four consecutive tournaments from 2000 to 2003. The players’ achievements are listed on the backs. size 80 x 62mm
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Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004 Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 1st Series 2004 L10 - The men’s champions are in chronological order from Lew Hoad 1956 to Pete Sampras 2000 (his seventh championship) via Laver, Emerson, Newcombe, Connors, Borg, McEnroe, Becker and Edberg, the pictures again either black and white or with mauve tinge and with trophy inset at base. size 80 x 63mm
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Rockwell Tennis Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005 Post War Wimbledon Mens Champions 2nd Series 2005 L10 - More Centre Court thrills are recalled in this set, starting off with Jack Kramer, singles champion in 1947 and familiar to viewers as one of the commentators at recent Wimbledons. Another popular American, Arthur Ashe, the 1975 winner, didn’t enjoy such longevity, dieing at the age of only 50, as we discover from the information on the card backs. Closer to the present day, we see Germany’s Michael Stich (1991) and Andre Agassi (USA, 1992). size 80 x 62mm
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Fax Pax Tennis Tennis 1987 Tennis 1987 L38 -
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Tennis 1987

Fax Pax - L38 in set

£8.00

Wills Reprinted Series Lawn Tennis 1931 (reprint 1988) Lawn Tennis 1931 (reprint 1988) L25 -
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Lawn Tennis 1931 (reprint 1988)

Wills - L25 in set

£8.50

Gallaher Reprinted Series Lawn Tennis Celebrities 1928 (reprint 1997) Lawn Tennis Celebrities 1928 (reprint 1997) 50 -
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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

J.F.Sporting Collectibles Tennis Tennis Stars 1950/60s 2007 Tennis Stars 1950/60s 2007 LT20 - Lew Hoad the Australian player is among the twenty stars (all men) pictured in action on these black and white photographs with biographic backs extolling their achievements. Lew Hoad’s doubles partner, fellow Australian Ken Rosewall is there, together with the likes of Jaroslaw Dobney, Pancho Gonzales and Rod Laver. Size 90 x 64mm.
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Tennis Stars 1950/60s 2007

J.F.Sporting Collectibles - LT20 in set

£13.00

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

Players Tennis Tennis 1936 Tennis 1936 50 -
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Tennis 1936

Players - 50 in set

£45.00

Ardath Tennis Cricket, Tennis and Golf Celebrities 1935 Cricket, Tennis and Golf Celebrities 1935 50 - The sporting elite in this set includes Alfred Padgham, the 1936 British Open Golf Champion (one of 8 golfers), World No. 1 and 1934 Wimbledon Champion Fred Perry among twelve tennis players which also include Helen Wills-Moody, but thirty of the fifty cards are cricketers – and what a line-up! Harold ‘Bodyline’ Larwood whose bowling infuriated the Aussies, Frank Woolley the world’s greatest left-handed batsman, Gloucester’s Wally Hammond ‘one of the greatest all-rounders in the world’, Patsy Hendren who beat W.G. Grace’s record of 126 centuries, Hedley Verity who captured fifteen Australian wickets in a Test Match at Lords, and veteran Jack Hobbs having completed thirty year’s service with Surrey and is credited with scoring 199 centuries, a record which still stands today, who had just retired from first-class cricket at the age of 52. Brilliant stuff! Size 68 x 36mm
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Wills Tennis Lawn Tennis 1931 (1931) Lawn Tennis 1931 (1931) L25 -
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Lawn Tennis 1931 (1931)

Wills - L25 in set

£250.00

 
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