A Selection of sets relating to Aviation & Space

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Wills Aviation & Space British Aviation (Beer Mats) 1994 British Aviation (Beer Mats) 1994 EL6 -
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British Aviation (Beer Mats) 1994

Wills - EL6 in set

£3.00

Sharman Aviation & Space Golden Age of Flying Special Album 1979 Golden Age of Flying Special Album 1979 1 -
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Top Trumps Aviation & Space Helicopters - Super Mini Trumps Series 1 1978 Helicopters - Super Mini Trumps Series 1 1978 M25 -
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Trucards Aviation & Space History of Aircraft 1970 History of Aircraft 1970 M30 -
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History of Aircraft 1970

Trucards - M30 in set

£3.00

Top Trumps Aviation & Space Jumbos and Jets (Aeroplanes) - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 Jumbos and Jets (Aeroplanes) - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 K25 -
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Cardlynx Aviation & Space Space Firsts 2004 Space Firsts 2004 L6 - These are colour caricatures of six astronauts who made headlines in the space race, beginning, perhaps surprisingly, with Alan Shepherd, whereas the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, is at number 2 in what is otherwise a chronological series, with Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, at number 4 and ending with Yang Liwei, pilot of China’s Shenzhou 5 spacecraft in 2003. Size 79 x 66mm.
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Space Firsts 2004

Cardlynx - L6 in set

£3.00

Halpin Aviation & Space Aircraft of the World 1958 Aircraft of the World 1958 25 - This set contains colour drawings of aircraft such as a Bristol Helicopter, Vulcan bomber, Gloster Javelin, Fairey F.D.2, Lockheed Super Constellation, Avro Canada C.F 100 Arctic defence fighter plane, Hawker Hunter two-seater fighter, Saunders Roe Skeeter light helicopter, American Grumman F11F-1 Tiger, MIG 19, English Electric P.1A and Canberra, D.H -110 Naval fighter, Bristol Britannia passenger liner, Soviet Tupolev-Myasishchey Bear and De Havilland Vampire. The numbered backs contain plenty of information about the aircraft and it was also produced in a medium size with two pictures per card and as a standard size overseas issue of 25 by Amalgamated Tobacco Co. with an advert for “Mills Filtertips” on the back. These cards are size 68 x 37mm.
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Aircraft of the World 1958

Halpin - 25 in set

£3.50

Home Counties Dairies Aviation & Space International Air Liners 1968 International Air Liners 1968 25 - Originally issued in cartons of Home Counties Dairies’ tea these cards contain colourful depictions of aircraft from around the world with plenty of informative text on the back. Amongst those featured are an Avro 748 Series 1 aircraft in use with Skyways of London, a Bristol 175-300 Britannia with Qantas logo, a Pan American Boeing 720, a British European Airways Bristol Type 171 Mk3 Sycamore helicopter, an Aer Lingus Vickers Armstrong Viscount 700 and a De Havilland Comet 4 as used by B.O.A.C. This is an attractive set with cards size 68 x 36mm. This set was also issued by Glengettie Tea
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International Air Liners 1968

Home Counties Dairies - 25 in set

£3.50

Murco Aviation & Space Airlines of the World 1978 Airlines of the World 1978 50 -
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Airlines of the World 1978

Murco - 50 in set

£4.00

Top Trumps Aviation & Space Rockets 1980 Rockets 1980 L33 -
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Rockets 1980

Top Trumps - L33 in set

£4.00

Top Trumps Aviation & Space Sports Planes - Super Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 Sports Planes - Super Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 M25 -
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Sanitarium (New Zealand) Aviation & Space The Aviation Card Series 1995 The Aviation Card Series 1995 M20 -
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The Aviation Card Series 1995

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - M20 in set

£4.00

Rockwell Aviation & Space Airship The Story of the R101 2003 Airship The Story of the R101 2003 10 - This series of stunning photographs illustrates the tragic demise of Britain’s great pioneering airship the R101. Heralded as the dawn of a new era of air travel, the R101 was the largest flying machine ever. Built at the government airship works at Cardington, Bedfordshire, she made her debut on 12th October, 1929, but major design problems became apparent in test flights, and doubts remained after large scale alterations. Grossly over-loaded and in gale-force winds the R101 began its maiden flight to India on 4th October, 1930, crashing and exploding in Northern France seven hours after take-off. Half a million people lined the streets of London for the funeral. The text backs tell the full story. size 68 X 36mm
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Airship The Story of the R101 2003

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Aviation & Space Early Balloon Flight 2001 Early Balloon Flight 2001 10 - All praise to Rockwell for producing a series on an out-of-the-ordinary subject and illustrating it with top quality colour pictures on a white background. Starting with the Montgolfier Brothers first manned flight in 1783 and finishing with the discovery in 1930 of The Eagle, which had taken off from Spitzbergen in 1897, this set describes in fine detail the pioneering days of balloon flight. This first class set size 67 x 36mm is also available in a larger size.
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Early Balloon Flight 2001

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Aviation & Space Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006 Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006 10 - Those of us who are of ‘a certain age’ were brought up with Meccano, but today’s youngsters have more modern distractions. In its time the Meccano model system, invented by Frank Hornby in 1902, was a huge success, as was Meccano Magazine, published from 1916 to 1981. Here we see copies of some of the covers between 1933 and 1957, each illustrating in colour an aircraft of the day, from the Bristol Bulldog and Mosquito through to the Vulcan and Hercules. Size 68 x 36mm
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Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Mitcham Foods Aviation & Space Aircraft of Today 1960 Aircraft of Today 1960 25 -
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Aircraft of Today 1960

Mitcham Foods - 25 in set

£5.00

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

Jones Aviation & Space Jet Aircraft of the World 1957 Jet Aircraft of the World 1957 24 -
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Jet Aircraft of the World 1957

Jones - 24 in set

£5.00

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

Brooke Bond Aviation & Space Race Into Space black back re-issue 1974 Race Into Space black back re-issue 1974 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! A re-issue album was originally issued to accompany this black back set and a blue back set and album was also produced in 1971. Cards size 68 x 37mm.
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Race Into Space black back re-issue 1974

Brooke Bond - 50 in set

£5.00

Sanitarium (New Zealand) Aviation & Space Story of New Zealand Aviation 1977 Story of New Zealand Aviation 1977 M20 -
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Story of New Zealand Aviation 1977

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - M20 in set

£5.00

Priory Tea Aviation & Space Aircraft Special Album 1961 Aircraft Special Album 1961 1 -
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Aircraft Special Album 1961

Priory Tea - 1 in set

£6.00

Lambert & Butler Aviation & Space Aviation 1915 (reprint 1997) Aviation 1915 (reprint 1997) 25 -
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Aviation 1915 (reprint 1997)

Lambert & Butler - 25 in set

£6.00

Lyons Maid Aviation & Space Famous Aircraft Special Album 1965 Famous Aircraft Special Album 1965 1 -
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Famous Aircraft Special Album 1965

Lyons Maid - 1 in set

£6.00

Players Aviation & Space Golden Age of Flying 1977 Golden Age of Flying 1977 L24 - The third in their sequence of “The Golden Age of “ cards issued with Doncella Cigars in 1977, Players teamed up with the British Aircraft Preservation Council for 24 The Golden Age of Flying featuring British-built aircraft from 1910 through to World War 2, among them the Hurricane, Spitfire and Lancaster, with superb pictures and texts which bring to life the achievements of these historic aeroplanes. Size 90 x 50mm This set was also issued by Sharman Newspapers .
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Golden Age of Flying 1977

Players - L24 in set

£6.00

Amalgamated Tobacco Aviation & Space History of Aviation 1952 (25 different cards from the set of 50 minus numbers 1 to 16, 18 to 25 and 27) History of Aviation 1952 (25 different cards from the set of 50 minus numbers 1 to 16, 18 to 25 and 27) M25 out of 50 -
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Brooke Bond Aviation & Space History of Aviation Re-issue Special Album (Glossy inside cover) History of Aviation Re-issue Special Album (Glossy inside cover) 1 -
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Sweetule Aviation & Space Modern Aircraft 1954 Modern Aircraft 1954 50 -
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Modern Aircraft 1954

Sweetule - 50 in set

£6.00

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

£6.00

Kimball Aviation & Space Space Shuttle 1992 Space Shuttle 1992 LT12 -
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Space Shuttle 1992

Kimball - LT12 in set

£6.00

Knockout Aviation & Space Super Planes of Today c1960 Super Planes of Today c1960 20 -
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Super Planes of Today c1960

Knockout - 20 in set

£6.00

Lyons Aviation & Space Wings Across the World 1961 Wings Across the World 1961 24 -
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Wings Across the World 1961

Lyons - 24 in set

£6.00

Lyons Aviation & Space Wings of Speed (descriptive back) 1960 Wings of Speed (descriptive back) 1960 24 -
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Rockwell Aviation & Space Airship The Story of the R101 2003 Airship The Story of the R101 2003 L10 - This series of stunning photographs illustrates the tragic demise of Britain’s great pioneering airship the R101. Heralded as the dawn of a new era of air travel, the R101 was the largest flying machine ever. Built at the government airship works at Cardington, Bedfordshire, she made her debut on 12th October, 1929, but major design problems became apparent in test flights, and doubts remained after large scale alterations. Grossly over-loaded and in gale-force winds the R101 began its maiden flight to India on 4th October, 1930, crashing and exploding in Northern France seven hours after take-off. Half a million people lined the streets of London for the funeral. The text backs tell the full story. size 80 x 63mm
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Airship The Story of the R101 2003

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Aviation & Space Early Balloon Flight 2001 Early Balloon Flight 2001 L10 - All praise to Rockwell for producing a series on an out-of-the-ordinary subject and illustrating it with top quality colour pictures on a white background. Starting with the Montgolfier Brothers first manned flight in 1783 and finishing with the discovery in 1930 of The Eagle, which had taken off from Spitzbergen in 1897, this set describes in fine detail the pioneering days of balloon flight. This first class set size 79 x 62mm is also available in a smaller size.
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Early Balloon Flight 2001

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Players Aviation & Space Exploration of Space 1983 Exploration of Space 1983 M32 - This fine series of cards was originally distributed with Players’ Tom Thumb cigars and reflects some of the highlights and outstanding achievements in space since the launch into orbit of the first satellite in October 1957. The cards progress through man’s first landing on the moon to more recent space shuttle missions as well as including views from space and a look at some of the planets. The full colour pictures are a mixture of vertical and horizontal within a white border and the backs are printed in blue and black on a white background and are numbered with an advert at the bottom for an album which was obtainable from the manufacturers. The text is high-informative and was compiled by H.J.P. Arnold, an expert on space matters and Managing Director of British-based company Space Frontiers Ltd. A fascinating set worthy of any collection. Cards size 74 x 57mm
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Exploration of Space 1983

Players - M32 in set

£7.00

Brooke Bond Aviation & Space History of Aviation Original Special Album (Matt inside cover) History of Aviation Original Special Album (Matt inside cover) 1 -
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Rockwell Aviation & Space Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006 Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006 L10 - Those of us who are of ‘a certain age’ were brought up with Meccano, but today’s youngsters have more modern distractions. In its time the Meccano model system, invented by Frank Hornby in 1902, was a huge success, as was Meccano Magazine, published from 1916 to 1981. Here we see copies of some of the covers between 1933 and 1957, each illustrating in colour an aircraft of the day, from the Bristol Bulldog and Mosquito through to the Vulcan and Hercules. Size 80 x 64mm
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Meccano The Aviation Covers 2006

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Primrose Aviation & Space Space Race 1969 Space Race 1969 50 -
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Space Race 1969

Primrose - 50 in set

£7.00

Huntley And Palmer (France) Aviation & Space Aviation (114 x 85mm) c1908 (reprint 2001) Aviation (114 x 85mm) c1908 (reprint 2001) EL12 -
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Aviation (114 x 85mm) c1908 (reprint 2001)

Huntley And Palmer (France) - EL12 in set

£7.50

 
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