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Collectable Pictures Miscellaneous Trade Cards Views of Bath 2005 Views of Bath 2005 L7 - One of the jewels in England’s crown and a World Heritage City, Bath has prospered since the Romans exploited the natural hot water springs. The Roman Baths have been remarkably preserved, as we see on one of the colour photos in this card series, another of which shows the new 21st century spa complex. Further views include Pultenay Bridge, the Royal Crescent etc., all with informative text backs. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Views of Bath 2005

Collectable Pictures - L7 in set

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Mister Softee & Cadbury Military - General Series Action Soldiers 1976 Action Soldiers 1976 12 -
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Action Soldiers 1976

Mister Softee & Cadbury - 12 in set

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Wrights Biscuits A Special Offer of £2, £3 and £5 Sets Mischief Goes to Mars Join The Mischief Club on base 1954 Mischief Goes to Mars Join The Mischief Club on base 1954 24 - Wright’s were well-known biscuit manufacturers in the North East but their biscuits became popular all over the country when they had the brilliant idea of getting famous illustrator Mabel Lucie Attwell to create a character which become their trademark. Mabel drew a small boy called Mischief and children in the 1950s could join his club and get a free badge. In 1954 the company produced a set of cards titled Mischief Goes to Mars in which the fictional boy and his sister Marie accompany their uncle Jet Wright, a rocket ship pilot, on a trip to Mars, but not before stocking up with several cartons of Wright’s biscuits! The Mars they land on is full of helicopter like aircraft and friendly martians who are used to contact with Earth. After exploring this planet they return home with Mischief vowing to become a rocket pilot like his uncle. The story is explained on the numbered backs and at the bottom is an advert to “Join the Mischief Club. Send 2½d stamp and 6 pictures of Little Mischief” Two similar series were also produced, the only different being that one has “Issued by Wright’s Biscuits Ltd’ at the base and the other has the name at the side but not at the base. see website for availability A charming little set with Thunderbird style rockets. The cards are size 68 x 36mm.
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Carreras Motoring Vintage Cars 1976 (without word Filter) Vintage Cars 1976 (without word Filter) 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 words ‘Craven Black Cat’ with the black cat logo in a while oval at the top. This set was also produced with the word ‘Filter’ in the white oval at the top. Card size 70 x 35mm.
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Vintage Cars 1976 (without word Filter)

Carreras - 50 in set

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Fax Pax Royalty Kings and Queens 1985 Kings and Queens 1985 L40 - This excellent set looking at English royalty comes in its own box and is part of the Fax Pax range of ‘Knowledge in a Nutshell’ sets which are packed full of information. The colour images begin with Queen Elizabeth II and go right back to 1066 when William I (better known as William the Conqueror) seized power. The picture of William is taken from the Bayeux Tapestry, but other images are from monuments, stained glass and coins as well as the usual paintings. This is a fine history set with plenty of facts about the king or queen on the reverse. For instance we learn that George II (1727-1760) hated both his father and his own son and held a dislike for everything English preferring to spend much of his time in Germany or that William II (1087-1100) was killed while hunting in the New Forest. A fine historical set with cards size 102 x 64mm.
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Kings and Queens 1985

Fax Pax - L40 in set

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Beaulah Aviation & Space Modern British Aircraft 1953 Modern British Aircraft 1953 24 - This excellent set of Modern British Aircraft was produced by fruit and vegetable canners Beaulah in 1953 and features superb colour pictures of planes such as a D.H. Comet I, Meteor N.F.II, D.H Chipmunk, Supermarine Swift, Fairey Gannet, Vickers Valiant, Canbera B.2, Hawker Hunter F.1, Avro Vulcan, Balliol T.2, Short S.A.4, Bristol 173 & Westland Sikorski S.51 helicopters and a Viscount 701, which are backed by informative text. The cards are size 68 x 36mm.
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Modern British Aircraft 1953

Beaulah - 24 in set

£5.00

Royal National Lifeboat Institution Ships & Shipping Lifeboats 1979 Lifeboats 1979 M16 -
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Lifeboats 1979

Royal National Lifeboat Institution - M16 in set

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Horniman Tea Animals & Wildlife Wild Animals 1958 Wild Animals 1958 48 -
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Wild Animals 1958

Horniman Tea - 48 in set

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Fax Pax Miscellaneous Trade Cards London 1992 London 1992 L40 - Originally issued in 1985 and reissued in 1992 these cards picture tourist landmarks in all their glory with detailed information on the reverse. Included are Big Ben (now known as the Queen Elizabeth Tower), H.M.S. Belfast a WWII warship birthed near Tower Bridge, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Hampton Court, Albert Hall Trafalgar Square, the Tower of London, the modern building used by Lloyds of London, the Bank of England, Old Bailey, Royal Courts of Justice, Mansion House, The Old Curiosity Shop which was made famous by Dickens, the Barbican, St Katharine Dock, Greenwich, Covent Garden and a lovely shot of Fleet Street full of old cars and buses. Also included is the Royal Hospital, Chelsea which every May is the site of the Chelsea Flower Show. Each set comes in its own box making this set ideal for both tourists although the pictures are good enough to appeal to Londoners as well. Size 102 x 64mm.
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London 1992

Fax Pax - L40 in set

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Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues British Costume blue back 1967 British Costume blue back 1967 50 - These illustrate male and female dress from 1050 to the swinging Sixties and include formal court wear, day wear and even a Scottish kilt and Welsh country dress. This is a fine historical set with plenty of information on the reverse. For instance we learn that dresses for ladies in the 1920s flattered the flat chested and men had a new soft felt hat. These colourful cards also demonstrate perfectly the excessive lengths to which being fashionable can take you – this is especially apparent in the 1880s when in addition to the incredibly tight corset an extreme bustle was attached on the back which we are told had to support the weight of the heavily-trimmed overdress. Such a dress must have severely restricted movement and it is no wonder that the Rational Dress Society was founded in that same period to promote more comfortable clothing. This blue text back set was issued in 1967 and an album was originally available to house these cards, but the set was also re-issued by Brooke Bond in 1973 with black text with a re-issue album. These provide a real guide to clothing over the centuries and the cards are size 68 x 36mm.
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British Costume blue back 1967

Brooke Bond - 50 in set

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Fax Pax Miscellaneous Trade Cards Historic Houses 1988 Historic Houses 1988 L40 - This is a fine set containing colour pictures of some of Britain’s most famous stately homes with plenty of historical and architectural information on the reverse. The cards come in their own special box and are part of the Fax Pax range of ‘Knowledge in a Nutshell’ sets. Among the gems featured are Woburn Abbey the first house to be developed as a tourist attraction, Traquair House in the Scottish borders, the iconic St. Michael’s Mount in Cornwall, George the IV’s extravagantly over-the-top Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Powis Castle in Wales, Osborne House on the Isle of Wight designed by Prince Albert, Longleat in Wiltshire better known these days for its safari park, Knowle in Kent which is one of the largest, Hatfield House in Hertfordshire where Elizabeth I was living when she became queen, Chatsworth in Derbyshire which has the highest fountain in the world, Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire where Winston Churchill was born, Blickling Hall in Norfolk once owned by the family of Anne Boleyn and Castle Howard in Yorkshire where ‘Brideshead Revisited’ was filmed. The facts on the back not only tell you about the building, but also about the family associated with them, for instance we learn that the 6th Duke of Somerset acquired Petworth House on his marriage to Elizabeth Percy, but was so proud he made his own children stand in his presence. A fascinating set with cards size 102 x 64mm.
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Historic Houses 1988

Fax Pax - L40 in set

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Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues Flags and Emblems of the World blue back 1967 Flags and Emblems of the World blue back 1967 50 -
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Barratt Miscellaneous Trade Cards Wisecracks 1st Series 1969 Wisecracks 1st Series 1969 50 - This set pictures humorous colour cartoons with a mixture of jokes, tricks and puzzles and limericks on the reverse. For instance the card picturing a doctor visiting a patient says on the back “Doctor: You’re coughing more easily this morning.. Patient: So I should be I’ve been practising all night” or “What does the big flower say to the little flower? Hiya, Bud”. Tricks include turning a glass upside down without spilling water, making a stamp disappear and telling a card by magic, whilst puzzles include how to turn a Z into a rectangle or cross and converting symbols into words etc. This would be an ideal set to help you entertain children or grandchildren over the holidays. Cards size 66 x 35mm.
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Wisecracks 1st Series 1969

Barratt - 50 in set

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Brooke Bond Aviation & Space History of Aviation 1972 History of Aviation 1972 50 - This is a comprehensive set which takes us through the developments in aviation from a Montgofier Balloon and Pilcher Hang-glider through to the Northrop HL-10 which is described as an experimental aircraft built for NASA’s space programme. The fronts contain delightful colour pictures whilst the numbered backs are full of information. Amongst other aircraft featured are the Wright brothers’ Flyer which was the first man-carrying flight, the Cornu helicopter which although unstable was the first to lift off the ground, the monoplane in which Louis Bleriot crossed the Channel, a German Fokker D.VII, a Cierva Autogiro which was a cross between and plane and helicopter, a de Havilland Moth like the one used by Amy Johnson to fly to Australia, a Hindenburg Airship, Short Empire Flying Boat, the iconic Supermarine Spitfire, the legendary Avro Lancaster, Messerschmitt 262, Russian MiG-15 jet fighter, Avro Vulcan, the Short SC.1 the first true vertical take-off and landing plane, a McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom, the very odd looking Canadair CL-84 a convertiplane with the best properties of a plane and helicopter, the iconic supersonic aircraft Concorde, a Hawker Siddeley Harrier a stunning vertical take-off aeroplane, and a Lockheed TriStar airliner. An album was also originally available to house this set. An excellent set with cards size 68 x 36mm
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History of Aviation 1972

Brooke Bond - 50 in set

£5.00

Horniman Tea Dogs and Pets Pets 1960 Pets 1960 48 -
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Pets 1960

Horniman Tea - 48 in set

£5.00

Morning Foods A Special Offer of £2, £3 and £5 Sets British Uniforms 1954 British Uniforms 1954 25 -
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British Uniforms 1954

Morning Foods - 25 in set

£6.00

Milk Marketing Board Dinosaurs Prehistoric Animals 1964 Prehistoric Animals 1964 25 -
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Prehistoric Animals 1964

Milk Marketing Board - 25 in set

£6.00

Kellogg Flowers and the Garden Gardens to Visit 1987 Gardens to Visit 1987 M20 -
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Gardens to Visit 1987

Kellogg - M20 in set

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Ewbanks Motoring Miniature Cars and Scooters 1959 Miniature Cars and Scooters 1959 25 -
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Miniature Cars and Scooters 1959

Ewbanks - 25 in set

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Beaverbrook Motoring Car Cards 1971 Car Cards 1971 L59 - These colourful unnumbered cards contain excellent pictures of new cars seen at the Motor Show in 1971. They have a title in the left hand border, but the backs are blank. These were printed on art paper rather than card and were available in packs of 12 in exchange for coupons in the Daily Express during the period of the Motor Show. They could also be used in connection with a competition in which the first person to send in a complete set could win a Mini car. Among the cars featured are a Renault 17 TS, Reliant Scimitar GT/E, Sunbeam Rapier H120, Opel Commodore, Volvo 1800 ES, Ford Capri 1600XL, Porsche 911S, Triumph TR6, Jensen Interceptor, Mini 1275 GT, MG Midget, Lotus Elan +2 S130, Triumph Stag, Mercedes Benz 350 SLC, Vauxhall Firenza, Jaguar E Type V-12, Mazda R 100, Lancia 2000 Coupe, Alfa Romeo Montreal, Aston Martin DBS V8, BMS 3.OCS, Datsun 240 Z, Ferrari 365 GTC/4, Pontiac Grand Prix, Triumph Spitfire, Lamborghini Uraco, Maserati Bora etc. Ideal for any car enthusiasts. Cards size 116 x 62mm
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Car Cards 1971

Beaverbrook - L59 in set

£6.00

Sherman Film & Stage Stars Pre-1940 Famous Film Stars 1940 Famous Film Stars 1940 EL8 -
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Famous Film Stars 1940

Sherman - EL8 in set

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Brooke Bond Aviation & Space Race Into Space blue back 1971 Race Into Space blue back 1971 50 - The race between America and the Soviets really got going in 1957 when Sputnik 1 began beeping in orbit, so this is number 1 in the series which goes on to guide us via manned space flights, Mariner 4, Apollo, Saturn V, etc. before finishing with speculation about projects of the future such as manned flights to Mars and the Space Shuttle. The excellent pictures are accompanied by comprehensive text. Exciting stuff! An album was originally issued to accompany this blue back set and a black back re-issue set and re-issue album was also produced in 1974. Cards size 68 x 37mm.
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Race Into Space blue back 1971

Brooke Bond - 50 in set

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Frame Set And Match Football Wembley Magpies 1995 Wembley Magpies 1995 25 - The club had enjoyed mixed fortunes in more modern times, but these cards look back at the star players from the Magpies’ history who helped them reach the FA Cup finals so often in the 1950s, including their victories in 1951 and 1955. These include Stan Seymour known as “Mr Newcastle” who joined the board on his retirement and led the team out at Wembley in both the 1951 and 1952 finals, Len White who scored 153 goals for the club, Bob Stokoe who took part in the 1955 final, Chilean born Ted and George Robledo, Bobby Mitchell who scored their second goal in the 1955 final, the legendary Jackie Milburn who joined the club in 1943, Vic Keeble who was especially good in the air, Welsh born Billy Foulkes, Jack Fairbrother, Ivor Broadis and Frank Brennan. The fronts picture black and white cariactures with coloured grass and sky and the numbered backs are full of interesting information about the players and their time with the club. A must for any supporter of the club. Cards size 71 x 38mm.
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Wembley Magpies 1995

Frame Set And Match - 25 in set

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Glengettie Tea Birds, Butterflies & Moths Rare British Birds 1967 Rare British Birds 1967 25 - Issued with Glengettie Tea these cards feature birds you would be very lucky to see in the wild in Britain – like the American Robin caught on Lundy in 1952 and sighted occasionally since or the Myrtle Warbler (another American species perhaps blown here accidentally) plus many other non-native species which through a freak of nature finish up in the British Isles to the delight of ornithologists. The fronts feature delightful colour drawings of the birds and the backs contain information such as the bird’s origin and how many times it has been seen here. An interesting set with cards size 68 x 36mm
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Rare British Birds 1967

Glengettie Tea - 25 in set

£6.00

Brindley Motoring Old Motor Cycles 1993 Old Motor Cycles 1993 12 -
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Old Motor Cycles 1993

Brindley - 12 in set

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Brindley Cricket Hampshire Cricket Sunday League Era 1987 Hampshire Cricket Sunday League Era 1987 24 -
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Hampshire Cricket Sunday League Era 1987

Brindley - 24 in set

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Colgate-palmolive Sports Miscellaneous Famous Sporting Trophies 1979 Famous Sporting Trophies 1979 M24 - This lovely set pictures famous trophies set against a coloured background and within a white border. These are unnumbered but are titled and described in black text on the back. These were originally issued with the company’s products and the trophies include the Amateur Athletic Association 100 Metres Challenge Cup, yachting’s America’s Cup, the Ashes, British Formula 1 Grand Prix, Golf’s British Open, Rugby Union’s Calcutta Cup, the Davis Cup, F.A. Cup, Grand National Steeplechase trophy, King George V Gold Cup, air racing’s King’s Cup, Lonsdale Belt, Olympic Gold Medal, Prince of Wales Cup (show jumping), Ryder Cup (Golf), Rugby League Challenge Cup, Stanley Cup (Ice Hockey), America’s Super Bowl, Swaythling Cup (Table Tennis), Wimbledon Ladies Plate & Men’s Singles, Speedway’s World Championship Trophy, the World Cup and Golf’s World Match-Play Championship trophy. There was also originally an album to accompany this set which was available from the issuers. An unusual and very well-done set with cards size 77 x 52mm.
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Famous Sporting Trophies 1979

Colgate-palmolive - M24 in set

£6.00

Cadbury-Schweppes Dinosaurs The Age of the Dinosaur 1971 The Age of the Dinosaur 1971 12 - These well produced colour cards depict twelve specimens of the huge creatures which roamed the earth millions of years ago. Among them are the Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Pteranodon, Tyrannosaurus, Iguadodon and Diplodocus. The backs are crammed with information, for instance we are told the Acanthopholis was protected by armoured plates and if attacked would lie flat on its stomach with its legs pulled in rather like a giant hedgehog or that the Doedicurus is a relative of the modern armadillo. All fascinating stuff and with excellent pictures – just a shame there aren’t more cards in the set!. An album was originally available to house these cards. Cards size 68 x 37mm.
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The Age of the Dinosaur 1971

Cadbury-Schweppes - 12 in set

£6.00

Teofani Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards London Views c1936 London Views c1936 12 -
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London Views c1936

Teofani - 12 in set

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Roy Rogers Gum A Special Offer of £2, £3 and £5 Sets Roy Rogers In Old Amarillo (plain back) 1955 Roy Rogers In Old Amarillo (plain back) 1955 M24 - Cowboy films were still all the rage in the early 1950s and these cards reproduce in black and white some of the action from the popular film Roy Rogers in Old Amarillo, without text on the backs. Known as the “King of the Cowboys” American actor and singer Roy Rogers was actually born in the city as Leonard Franklin Slye, but changed his name to Roy Rogers when he got his first cowboy role. His character had a TV show of the same name between 1951 and 1957 and he appeared in many western films. Such was his popularity that the Roy Rogers name was used for all sorts of endorsements including these “Roy Rogers Gum” cards and even a restaurant chain. Roy was always the good guy who with his trusty horse Trigger, dog Bullet and a number of different sidekicks, sometimes including real-life wife Dale Evans, always defeated the baddies usually ending the show with a song. In this film the baddies are a greedy landowner and a ruthless gunman who are trying to cheat locals out of their property, but needless to say Roy puts everything right. This series was also produced under the name Times Confectionery but telling the story on the back. Pure nostalgia from a time when good guys always wore white hats. Size 64 x 44mm
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Roy Rogers In Old Amarillo (plain back) 1955

Roy Rogers Gum - M24 in set

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Brindley A Special Offer of £2, £3 and £5 Sets Military 1987 Military 1987 20 - These vertical colour pictures of British military uniforms appear to be taken from a variety of sources including paintings by Harry Payne, the well-known military artist. The horizontal numbered backs contain just the title and details of the issuer. Amongst the regiments featured are the Grenadier Guards, Life Guards, Royal Engineers, Royal Field Artillery, East Yorks, 5th Irish Lancers, Black Watch, Gordon Highlanders, Sherwood Foresters and Northumberland Fusiliers. Size 70 x 38mm
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Military 1987

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Roy Rogers Gum A Special Offer of £2, £3 and £5 Sets Roy Rogers South of Caliente (plain back) 1955 Roy Rogers South of Caliente (plain back) 1955 M24 - Cowboy films were still all the rage in the early 1950s and these cards reproduce in black and white some of the action from the popular film Roy Rogers South of Caliente, but without any text on the back. Known as the “King of the Cowboys” American actor and singer Roy Rogers was actually born in the city as Leonard Franklin Slye, but changed his name to Roy Rogers when he got his first cowboy role. His character had a TV show of the same name between 1951 and 1957 and he appeared in many western films. Such was his popularity that the Roy Rogers name was used for all sorts of endorsements including these “Roy Rogers Gum” cards and even a restaurant chain. Roy was always the good guy who with his trusty horse Trigger, dog Bullet and a number of different sidekicks, defeated the baddies usually ending the show with a song. In this film he played a horse transporter hired by Doris (played by his real-life wife Dale Evans) to transport her prize racehorse. When the horse is stolen she suspects Roy, but in fact the baddie is one of her employees who is after her ranch. Needless to say Roy puts everything right after plenty of fights and action shots. This series was also produced under the name Times Confectionery but with text on the backs. Pure nostalgia from a time when good guys always wore white hats. Size 64 x 44mm
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Roy Rogers South of Caliente (plain back) 1955

Roy Rogers Gum - M24 in set

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Lyons Aviation & Space Wings of Speed (descriptive back) 1960 Wings of Speed (descriptive back) 1960 24 -
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Harbour Digital Miscellaneous Trade Cards The Romance of India 2000 The Romance of India 2000 L18 - These colour pictures, subtitled “A Story in Pictures” illustrates episodes in India’s history from Alexander the Great conquering the Punjab in 325BC, via Vasco da Gama’s voyage, the East Indian Company, Clive of India, the battle of Plassey, the Indian mutiny and so on through to the end of the 19th century, set within an ornamental archway design on a pink background. The numbered backs tell us of invasion, strife and heroics as various powers strove to gain control of the sub-continent. Size 88 x 62mm.
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The Romance of India 2000

Harbour Digital - L18 in set

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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

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Players Railways Golden Age of Steam 1976 Golden Age of Steam 1976 L24 - The series includes many of the most famous names in British railway history such as “City Truro” (100mph in 1904), “King George V” (in 1927 Britain’s most powerful loco, shipped to America for railway centenary celebrations), “Flying Scotsman” (the best known of all Gresley Pacifics), “Sir Nigel Gresley” (one of the 35 high-speed A4 streamlined Pacifics of which “Mallard” attained the world record steam speed of 126mph in 1938), and “Evening Star” (in 1960 the last steam locomotive built by British Rail at Swindon). The descriptive backs are highly informative. This is a true classic, impeccably produced, a ‘must’ for anyone with even a passing interest in railways. This set was also issued by Sharman Newspapers. Size 90 x 52mm
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Golden Age of Steam 1976

Players - L24 in set

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Wills Reprinted Series Naval Dress and Badges 1909 (Nos. 1 to 25 Naval Dress only) inscribed commissioned by Sydney Cigarette Card Company, Australia (reprint 1993) Naval Dress and Badges 1909 (Nos. 1 to 25 Naval Dress only) inscribed commissioned by Sydney Cigarette Card Company, Australia (reprint 1993) 25 - This reprint set is the first 25 cards of the classic Wills’ series of 50 issued in 1909, Featuring naval dress but not the Naval Badges, which was “commissioned by Sydney Cigarette Card Company Australia” which is worded at the side of each card. Cards range from Gunners Mate to Admiral of the Fleet. Size 68 x 36mm
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Weetabix Dogs and Pets Working Dogs 1960 Working Dogs 1960 L25 - In the early 1960s cereal manufacturers Weetabix issued a few stereoscopic sets which were designed to be viewed through their 3-D Viewer. This particular set takes a look at working dogs and the backs tell you all about the breed and its role as well a containing an advert for the 3-D Viewer which was available from Weetabix for 1’6. What is nice about this set is that even without the viewer the colour pictures (two per card) are sharp and attractive although obviously when seen through the viewer these take on a superb 3-D quality. Among the dogs featured are herding dogs like the Border Collie or Corgi, popular sporting dogs such as the Springer Spaniel and Labrador Retriever, hunting dogs like Foxhounds and Beagles, guide dogs in harness, show dogs, guard dogs like the Alsatian, the Dalmatian which was formerly a carriage dog, tracking dogs the Bloodhound, Papillons who appear to be performing in a show etc. A fine set with cards size 112 x 45mm.
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Working Dogs 1960

Weetabix - L25 in set

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Amalgamated Tobacco Aviation & Space Into Space 1958 Into Space 1958 25 - This set takes us from early balloon flight through to Sputnik and the space race, plus dramatic visions of the future of space travel which we can now compare with developments over half a century later. Size 68 x 36mm
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Into Space 1958

Amalgamated Tobacco - 25 in set

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Brooke Bond Birds, Butterflies & Moths Butterflies of the World 1964 Butterflies of the World 1964 50 - This set of butterflies contains stunning examples from around the globe and is backed by interesting facts. Included are the Gaudy Commodore which has different colours in summer and winter, the blood-red African Cymothoe sangaris, the mountain loving Parnassius autocrator, the leaf-like Orange Oakleaf, the fantastic green coloured Malabar Bonded Peacock, the beautiful Blue Mountain Swallowtail, Callicore neglecta with geometric underwings and the aptly named Dog’s Head Butterfly with dog’s head outline on the wings. Size 68 x 37mm
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Butterflies of the World 1964

Brooke Bond - 50 in set

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