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Sanitarium (New Zealand) American Football, Baseball, Basketball & Ice Hockey World Ball (basketball) 1997 World Ball (basketball) 1997 LT17 -
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World Ball (basketball) 1997

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - LT17 in set

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Chesdale Sports Miscellaneous Action Sports 1983 Action Sports 1983 M6 -
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Action Sports 1983

Chesdale - M6 in set

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Rockwell Football Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010 Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010 10 - “The modern era” in this context extends from the 1960s (Joe Baker and John Radford) through to 2006/7 with Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henri, ten in all shown in sepia full length action photos with excellent, very comprehensive descriptive backs full of interesting facts about each player and his career, Ian Wright, for instance, worked on a building site until his early twenties, Malcolm MacDonald was snapped up for £333,333, Frank Stapleton departed Highbury on a sour note, and Thierry Henri won the English player of the year award a record three times before departing for Barcelona. Size 67 x 36mm
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Arsenal Goalscorers The Modern Era 2010

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Cricket Bodyline The Fight For The Ashes 1932-3 (2005) Bodyline The Fight For The Ashes 1932-3 (2005) 10 - Using photographs (black and white, of course) taken at the time, this series pictures the M.C.C. team selected for the 1932-3 Test Tour of Australia, together with incidents during the matches which became notorious for the ‘bodyline’ bowling tactics executed by Harold Larwood to counter the opposition’s phenomenal batting ability led by Don Bradman. The resulting acrimonious exchanges caused problems. In the relationship between the two countries. The full story unfolds on the backs of these cards. Size 68 X 36mm. (This set was also issued in a larger sizes 80 x 63mm)
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Rockwell Football Classic Football Teams Before The First World War 2000 Classic Football Teams Before The First World War 2000 10 - The team names will be just as familiar today as they were then – Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton, Tottenham, Aston Villa etc., although the kit was somewhat different. Indeed the 1886 Blackburn Rovers F.A. Cup winning team look as if they are wearing long-johns! Also available in a larger (79 x 62mm) size, these are good clear black and white photographs within a colour border and the backs have a first-class history of the club up to the date of the picture. Size 67 x 36mm.
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Rockwell Football Classic Football Teams of the 1960s (1999) Classic Football Teams of the 1960s (1999) 10 - Recalling a golden age of English football, these are black and white pictures within a coloured border featuring top teams in their glory years, namely Liverpool, Arsenal, Leeds, Manchester City and United, Everton, Burnley, Wolves, Spurs and West Ham with text backs summarizing their achievements. Also available in a larger size. This set is size 67 x 35mm.
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Rockwell Football Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010 Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010 7 - Here we see sepia photographs of six Arsenal teams from 1931 League Champions through to the victorious 1989 side which under George Graham narrowly lifted the title from Liverpool. Included also are 1971 League/Cup double winners of 1971 (Charlie George looks a bit grumpy on the front row) and the 1936 F.A. Cup winners with Hapgood, Bastin and Ted Drake (who scored the winner). Good informative texts. The seventh card provides interesting facts about the club’s history and achievements. Size 67 x 36mm. (These are basically a smaller version of the set issued in 2001, but without the red border and with red captions instead of yellow).
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Classic Gunners (Arsenal F C) 2010

Rockwell - 7 in set

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Rockwell Football Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2010 Classic Spurs (Tottenham Hotspur F.C) 2010 7 - The Gunners north London rivals, Spurs, have many famous victories to cherish, as we discover on the back of the unnumbered ‘Cover’ card, the front of which pictures, I believe, Danny Blanchflower lifting the 1961 F.A. Cup, the year Tottenham did the League/Cup double as shown on the fourth card in this series of sepia team photographs which begin with the 1901 F.A. Cup winners and ends with the 1981 side when Ricardo Villa scored the winner in the Cup Final replay against Manchester City. Size 67 x 36mm. (These are basically a smaller version of the set issued in 2002 but with blue captions instead of yellow).
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Sporting Profiles Football England World Cup 1966 (Programme Covers, Posters and Ticket) 2006 England World Cup 1966 (Programme Covers, Posters and Ticket) 2006 L6 - We all know the result from when England played West Germany in the final at Wembley to win the Jules Rimet Cup on July 30th, 1966 and the souvenir programme (price 2/6) cover is on one of the cards in this set, which also includes a copy of the “World Cup Willy” poster and other memorabilia including a ticket (South Stand £5) for the final. Can we meet and beat the Germans on their turf next time? We’ll soon know. The backs make up into a picture of the team. Size 78 x 64mm.
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Rockwell Football Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) Flying So High West Ham United 1964-66 (2005) 10 - Two seasons in the 1960s brought glory to West Ham United. Under manager Ron Greenwood and an enviable youth system the Hammers had established themselves amongst England’s elite football clubs, culminating in their 1964 victory in the F.A. Cup, beating Preston 3-2 at Wembley, followed by a draw with Liverpool in the Charity Shield, and then, in 1965 they lifted the European Cup Winners Cup under captain Bobby Moore. Action photos of these great matches are depicted on these cards, with full descriptions on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Rockwell Miscellaneous Trade Cards Heath Robinson Sporting Eccentricities 2010 Heath Robinson Sporting Eccentricities 2010 10 - Heath Robinson was famous for his outrageous ideas and weird contraptions defying the laws of nature. Here Rockwell reproduce some of the great man’s drawings with titles such as “Fish Tennis”, Tortoise Coursing”, “Off to the Ski Picnic” and so on, under the banner of Sporting Eccentricities, humorous situations imagined and exploited by the artist in great detail. Size 68 x 36mm
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Sanitarium (New Zealand) Sports Miscellaneous Kiwi Kids Tryathlon 1999 Kiwi Kids Tryathlon 1999 LT9 - These are colour pictures of New Zealand children running, swimming and cycling. Beneath is a perforated section with words making “give it a try” (hence triathlon) which could be detached and sent off to a prize competition. The rules and a list of prizes are printed on the numbered backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Kiwi Kids Tryathlon 1999

Sanitarium (New Zealand) - LT9 in set

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Topps (UK) Football Match Attax Extra 2014/15 New Signings (The 9 foil fronted cards from the set of 21) 2015 Match Attax Extra 2014/15 New Signings (The 9 foil fronted cards from the set of 21) 2015 LT9 out of 21 - The new signings included in this part set of footballers with foil fronts are Swansea’s Kyle Naughton, Jermain Defoe of Sunderland, Stoke’s Philipp Wollscheid, Saint’s, Eljero Elia, QPR’s Mauro Zarate, Man City’s Wilfred Bony, Andrej Kramaric of Leicester, Yaya Sanogo of Crystal Palace and Charles Gil of Aston Villa. As with the Hat-Trick Hero cards these have foil fronts and club logo on the reverse. Size 88 x 64mm. For the other 12 cards in this set which have standard white fronts see Match Attax Extra 2014/15 New Signings (The 12 standard white cards from the set of 21) 2015
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Rockwell Boxing Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004 Mighty Atoms The All Time Greats (Boxers) 2004 10 - The “Might Atoms” are boxers pictured during famous fights, World Champions all, from Joe Gans, World Lightweight Champion in 1906 through to Julio Chavez, World Light Welterweight Champion in the 1990s. Included is our own Jimmy Wilde from Glamorgan who held the World Flyweight Championships from 1916 to 1923 and reckoned to be “pound for pound, probably Britain’s greatest ever boxer”. Numbered text backs with mini head and shoulders photo. size 68 X 36mm
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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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Rockwell Football Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004 Relegated to History Englands Lost Football Grounds 2004 10 - Nine League grounds abandoned for re-development whilst their clubs built modern stadia on pastures new, plus Wembley, are pictured in this series, The small size cards are colour photographs of the old grounds. Descriptive backs Size 68 x 37mm
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National Exchange Bank (USA) Golf Seven Ages of Golf c1885 (reprint 1995) Seven Ages of Golf c1885 (reprint 1995) EL9 -
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Seven Ages of Golf c1885 (reprint 1995)

National Exchange Bank (USA) - EL9 in set

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Rockwell Football Spurs 1960-63 The Glory Years (Tottenham Hotspur F C) 2005 Spurs 1960-63 The Glory Years (Tottenham Hotspur F C) 2005 10 - What a period that was for Spurs. From winning the double in 1960-1 through to victory in the European Cup Winners Cup against Athletico Madrid in 1963, the fans at White Hart Lane have never had it so good, and the full details of the glory years are revealed on the backs of these cards, including F.A Cup wins in 1961 and 1962. The sepia photos show us some of the action, and the last card pictures the Tottenham team after their 5-1 win against the Spanish side. sizes 67 x 36mm
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Rockwell Football Spurs Great Post-War Goalscorers Series 1 (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 2007 Spurs Great Post-War Goalscorers Series 1 (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 2007 10 - The first of two series of black and white photos of ten Tottenham footballers in action features some of the big names who turned out at White Hart Lane between the 1950s and 1970s scoring more than 1,300 goals between them – Gilzean, Chivers, Greaves etc – players which will be forever in Spurs’ hall of fame. Biographical and career details on the backs. Size 67 x 36mm
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Rockwell Football Spurs Great Post-War Goalscorers Series 2 (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 2007 Spurs Great Post-War Goalscorers Series 2 (Tottenham Hotspur FC) 2007 10 - For the second series we move on to goal-scorers who delighted the North London crowds fro the 1970s onwards, from John Duncan and Glen Hoddle, Crooks, Archibald and Lineker, through to Klinsmann, Sherringham and Keane – none of who could equal Jimmy Greaves’ strike-rate of 70%, Clive Allen coming closest with 84 goals in 124 appearances, as emerges from the stats on the backs. Size 67 x 36mm
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Rockwell Cricket The 1948 Australians 2006 The 1948 Australians 2006 10 - In the post-war era of austerity, Britain in 1948 eagerly awaited the visit of the Australian cricket team for the first home Ashes series for ten years, and the opportunity to admire Don Bradman on his farewell tour. This series of black and white photographs, backed by outstandingly good descriptions begins with the Aussies stepping off the boat at Tilbury in April through to their departure, undefeated, at the end of August, with actions scenes from their record-breaking matches in between. Size 68 x 36mm
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The 1948 Australians 2006

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Yorkshire Framing Co Golf The 36th Ryder Cup 2006 The 36th Ryder Cup 2006 14 - At Ireland’s K Club in September 2005 Europe beat the UA 13 ½ to 9 ½ to claim the Ryder Cup, the trophy presented to the P.G.A. in 1927 as the prize for an international competition between British and American professional golfers. This series of colour cards shows us the cup, and captain Ian Woosnam holding it triumphantly aloft, plus the twelve members of the Europe team, Olazabal, Montgomerie, Garcia, etc, with matchplay details on the backs. Size 68 x37mm.
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The 36th Ryder Cup 2006

Yorkshire Framing Co - 14 in set

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Rockwell Boxing The Great Heavyweights 2002 The Great Heavyweights 2002 10 - These are sepia photos of great heavyweight boxers in action and they are all American. Obviously the ten include Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali, but can you guess the others? They are Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunney, Rocky Marciano, Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier, George Foreman and Larry Holmes. The numbered, descriptive backs have a mini head and shoulders portrait. Size 68 x 36mm in vertical format this series is also available in a larger horizontal format.
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The Great Heavyweights 2002

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Boxing The Great Middleweights 2002 The Great Middleweights 2002 10 - There are seven American boxers in this set of Middleweights which include Jake LaMotta (the ‘Bronx Bull’), Sugar Ray Robinson who was surprisingly beaten by our own Randolph Turpin in their first contest, and more recent champ Marvin Hagler who held the world title from 1980-87. The numbered backs contain a brief career history of the boxer concerned together with a small head and shoulders portrait. Size 68 x 36mm in vertical format. Also available in horizontal format in a large size.
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The Great Middleweights 2002

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Sport In View Sports Miscellaneous The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 7 General Sport 2012 The Sporting Art of Amos Ramsbottom 1900s Set 7 General Sport 2012 EL5 - Featuring sporting events, which took place between May and September 1907, Ramsbottom captures the essence of a Lacrosse Test Match, the Crewe Athletic Festival, the A.A.A. Championships, the Manchester Wheelers Meet (cycling) and The Gulliver of Games in his customary inimitable style. Plain backs. Size 130 x 100mm.
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Sporting Profiles Football Tottenham Hotspur League Cup 2008 Programme Covers 2008 Tottenham Hotspur League Cup 2008 Programme Covers 2008 L6 - To the delight of Spurs followers the first of the 2008 season’s major football cups is now in the trophy cabinet at White Hart Lane following Tottenham’s 2-1 win over Chelsea at Wembley on February 24th, the programme cover for which is reproduced on the final card in this set which records the club’s progress from the third round tie v Middlesbrough via Blackpool, Man. City and Arsenal. Players listed on the backs. Size 78 x 60mm.
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Cardlynx American Football, Baseball, Basketball & Ice Hockey Wizards Past Present and Future ? World?s Most Valuable Baseball Cards 2010 Wizards Past Present and Future ? World?s Most Valuable Baseball Cards 2010 EL6 - Artwork by Jeff Crawford combines two totally unrelated subjects into one card series, the fronts being fanciful colour illustrations of wizards with mystical symbols bearing titles such as ‘Voodoo taboo’ and ‘computer wizard’. On the backs the left hand side is occupied by a black and white wizard picture, whilst on the right are colour pictures of valuable baseball cards with description and value, from Honus Wagner ($2.8 million) through to Joe Di Maggio. Size 100 x 70mm
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Brindley Boxing World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993) World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993) M6 -
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World Boxers 2nd Series Nos. 7-12(1993)

Brindley - M6 in set

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Lychgate Press Football 60s Soccer Stars 2006 60s Soccer Stars 2006 10 - These colour caricatures are good likenesses of ten footballers of the 1960s, including Scottish International and Leeds Captain Billy Bremner, George Cohen who joined Fulham straight from school and spent his entire professional career at the club, and Burnley’s Jimmy McIlroy who, when his playing days were over, went on to manage Bolton for just 18 days, with career history on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm
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60s Soccer Stars 2006

Lychgate Press - 10 in set

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Trade Cards Europe Football Arsenal F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 Arsenal F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 LT18 -
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Arsenal F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998

Trade Cards Europe - LT18 in set

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Sporting Profiles Football Arsenal FC F.A. Cup Winners 1930 Programme Covers 2006 Arsenal FC F.A. Cup Winners 1930 Programme Covers 2006 L8 - Arsenal’s 1930 cup run is recalled on these reproductions of programme covers (one penny or tuppence each, sixpence for the final) charting the team’s progress from the Third Round in January 1st to Wembley on April 26th, disposing of Chelsea, Birmingham City, West Ham and Hull City along the way, ultimately victorious 2-0 against Huddersfield Town. The Arsenal team for each match is listed on the backs. Interestingly, the league table on the front of the West Ham match programme shows Arsenal fifth from bottom on March 30th! Size 78 x 60mm.
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Sporting Profiles Football Arsenal FC F.A. Cup Winners 1971 Programme Covers 2006 Arsenal FC F.A. Cup Winners 1971 Programme Covers 2006 L9 - One shilling or two shillings each these programmes, some with the decimal equivalent alongside,can it really be that long since the currency changed? These colour reproductions take us from the Third Round versus Yeovil Town on January 6th, via Portsmouth, Manchester City, Leicester City and Stoke City, to Wembley on May 8th for the final in which the Gunners beat Liverpool 2-1. The team for each match is listed on the backs. Size 78 x 60mm
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Football Card Collector Football Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2012 Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2012 10 - These sepia head and shoulders photographs feature players who made their reputation in the late 1950s and/or 1960s, with name above and team below printed in the club colours, including Chelsea and England goalie Peter Bonetti who was born in Putney and strayed only as far as Stamford Bridge for a career extending to 729 matches, Johnny Morrissey who played for Liverpool before switching to arch-rivals Everton, and Manchester City’s Bobby Kennedy – one of three Scottish born stars in the set. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2012

Football Card Collector - 10 in set

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Football Card Collector Football Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2nd Series 2012 Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2nd Series 2012 10 - Following the first series, here we have another selection of sepia head and shoulders photos featuring players who made their name in the late 1950s/or 1960s, with name above and tea below printed in club colours, including Norman Hunter who played 540 league games for Leeds, Terry Venables in his time at Chelsea (misspelt Vanables on the card back) and Leicester’s goalie Gordon Banks a member of England’s 1966 World Cup side. Career details on the backs. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 2nd Series 2012

Football Card Collector - 10 in set

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Football Card Collector Football Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 3rd Series 2012 (Numbers 5 to 10 issued without makers name on back at base) Association Footballers (of the 1960s) 3rd Series 2012 (Numbers 5 to 10 issued without makers name on back at base) 10 - Following the second series mentioned in Card Collectors News in October 2012, here we have a further selection of sepia head and shoulders photos of players who made their name in the late 1950s or 1960s, with name above and team printed below in club colours, including Villa’s Peter McParland famous for scoring one of the most controversial F.A. Cup winning goals in history, full-back Tom Garrett who played more than 300 games for Blackpool and Chelsea’s wing-half Sylvan Anderton. Career details on the back. Card numbers 1 to 4 have “Football Card Collector” below the text, numbers 5 to 10 have a black strip. Size 68 x 36mm.
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Trade Cards Europe Football Aston Villa F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 Aston Villa F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998 LT18 -
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Aston Villa F.C. Fans Selection (embossed) 1998

Trade Cards Europe - LT18 in set

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General Mills(Canada) American Football, Baseball, Basketball & Ice Hockey Baseball Players (10 players per card) 1989 Baseball Players (10 players per card) 1989 LT6 -
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Baseball Players (10 players per card) 1989

General Mills(Canada) - LT6 in set

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