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Today Newspaper Miscellaneous Trade Cards Around Britain 1991 Around Britain 1991 LT14 -
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Around Britain 1991

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Golden Era Motoring Aston Martin (Cars) 1993 Aston Martin (Cars) 1993 L7 -
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Aston Martin (Cars) 1993

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Golden Era Motoring Aston Martin Post-War Competition Cars 2001 Aston Martin Post-War Competition Cars 2001 L7 - Using original artwork by Chris Dugan, this series pictures Aston Martins from the DB2 at Le Mans in 1951 to the AMR1 at Le Mans in 1989 and including the DRB1 in which Stirling Moss, partnered by Jack Fairman, recorded a marvellous hat-trick for Aston Martin at Nurburgring in 1959 following the team’s victories in 1957 and 1958. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Aston Martin Post-War Competition Cars 2001

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Austin Healey Motor Cars 1995 Austin Healey Motor Cars 1995 L7 -
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Austin Healey Motor Cars 1995

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Motor Cycle News Motoring Best of British Motor Cycling (including poster) 1988 Best of British Motor Cycling (including poster) 1988 M24 -
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Best of British Motor Cycling (including poster) 1988

Motor Cycle News - M24 in set

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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

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Clover Dairies Railways British Rail 1973 British Rail 1973 25 - This lovely colour set pictures trains including an Inter-City Diesel leaving Waverley Station in Edinburgh, No. 35017 ‘Merchant Navy’ class working the ‘Atlantic Coast Express’, an electric BoBo, Diesel-electric Class 4, a Diesel Hydraulic ‘Warship’ class D600, a ‘Golden Arrow’ express leaving Victoria, No. 7022 ‘Hereford Castle’, a ‘Royal Scot’ class Birmingham to Euston No. 46141, an Electric Pullman, an Electric Loco working the ‘Night Ferry’, a high-speed Diesel Pullman and a ‘Castle’ class 4-6-0. All are described on the numbered backs and are titled “By courtesy of British Rail”. This set was also issued by Hitchman’s Dairies and Payne Tea under the title British Railways in 1964 and 1962 respectively and in 1965 by Phillips Tea under the title British Rail. The cards are size 68 x 36mm.
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British Rail 1973

Clover Dairies - 25 in set

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Golden Era Motoring British Tanks of WWII 2000 British Tanks of WWII 2000 L7 - Reproduced from original illustrations by Philip Emms, these are excellent colour pictures of six British tanks including the Churchill and Crusader, with full information on the camouflage card backs. The seventh is a title card and shows the corps badge. Size 79x62mm
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British Tanks of WWII 2000

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring British Vans of the 1950s 2002 British Vans of the 1950s 2002 L7 - When the Bedford CA van first appeared in 1952 what a wonderfully futuristic design it was compared to what was around at the time. This classic vehicle graces the introductory card to this original series which includes the Morris JB in Royal Mail livery, a Commer Q25 (Lyons Ice Cream), Trojan Senior (B.R.S.) etc., all with good descriptions on the backs. Size 79 x 61mm.
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British Vans of the 1950s 2002

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Golden Era Motoring British Vans of the 1960s 2002 British Vans of the 1960s 2002 L7 - Does the ubiquitous Ford Transit really date back as far as 1965? Apparently so, according to the title card and number 6 in this set illustrating six of the best of British from that era, including the Morris J2 in Post Office Telephones livery, the Morris LD (Royal Mail) and Austin J4 (Police) among others. Useful text backs. Size 79 x 61mm.
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British Vans of the 1960s 2002

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Golden Era Motoring BSA (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993 BSA (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993 L7 -
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BSA (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993

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Golden Era Motoring BSA (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1999 BSA (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1999 L7 - B.S.A. stands for Birmingham Small Arms and at one time was the biggest motorcycle manufacturer on earth. Here we see six classic models produced in the 1960s including the magnificent DBD34 Gold Star, in excellent artwork with descriptive backs .The seventh card is an introductory/checklist, Size 79 x 62mm
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BSA (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1999

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Marks Motoring Buses in Luton 1991 Buses in Luton 1991 8 -
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Buses in Luton 1991

Marks - 8 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Capri Mk1 1969-74 (2007) Capri Mk1 1969-74 (2007) L7 - Golden Era deservedly have a high reputation for their productions and their speciality is transport. The colour artwork is excellent and are based on contemporary advertising material and, as such, are completely different from previous Golden Era issues featuring these models. Size 80 x 64mm
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Capri Mk1 1969-74 (2007)

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Golden Era Motoring Capri Mk3 1978-86 (2007) Capri Mk3 1978-86 (2007) L7 - Golden Era deservedly have a high reputation for their productions and their speciality is transport. The colour artwork is excellent and are based on contemporary advertising material and, as such, are completely different from previous Golden Era issues featuring these models. Size 80 x 64mm
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Capri Mk3 1978-86 (2007)

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Golden Era Motoring Citroen (Cars) 2001 Citroen (Cars) 2001 L7 - Citroen have produced many innovative cars over the years and this new series pictures seven of them, from the ultra-basic 2CV “Duck” unkindly referred to as a dustbin on wheels, via the Traction Avant “Maigret-mobile” from the immediate post-war period (26,000 of them built in Britain) and the self-levelling D519 – a favourite of Parisian taxi-drivers in the 1960s – to the Citroen G5 of which 1.7 million were turned out in the ‘70s. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Citroen (Cars) 2001

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Bentley (Cars) 1997 Classic Bentley (Cars) 1997 L7 -
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Classic Bentley (Cars) 1997

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Citroen 2CV models 2001 Classic Citroen 2CV models 2001 L7 - The 2CV or Deux Chevaux (two horses) caused a sensation when it was launched at the Paris Motor Show in 1948. It was a basic vehicle, very cheap; there were no indicators, the doors had no locks, there was no ignition key (a push button starter) and one rear lamp. In one form or another, production continued for 41 years with over 5 million being built. These cards take us through from the 1952 model A to the 1985 Dolly which came in seven different colour schemes and was particularly popular in Britain. Size 78 x 62mm.\r\n
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Classic Citroen 2CV models 2001

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Ferrari F1 1961-2000 (2002) Classic Ferrari F1 1961-2000 (2002) L7 - Ferrari is the biggest name in motor racing and this series of cards featuring original artwork by Colin Carter celebrates classic Formula One Ferrari cars and their famous drivers from 1961 when Phil Hill won the world championship through to Schumacher’s victory in 2000. The colour pictures are excellent and the backs describe the remarkable successes. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Classic Ferrari F1 1961-2000 (2002)

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Fiat 2002 Classic Fiat 2002 L7 - The Italians have a reputation for design flair and this is epitomised in the Fiat Dino Spider with Pininfarina body and Ferrari-designed engine which was probably the best mass-produced sports car of its generation. Both the Dino and 124 Spiders are in this set, as is the ultra-basic Cinque Cento which is like an enclosed 4-seat go-kart and whose production run topped 4 million we are told in the text. Size 79 x 61mm.
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Classic Fiat 2002

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Honda (Motor Cycles) 1999 Classic Honda (Motor Cycles) 1999 L7 - Just after World War 2 , Soichiro Honda started making motorbikes by bolting army surplus engines onto bicycle frames. By 1960 the firm had become the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles. Here we see seven models built between 1961 and 1978, with specifications on the backs. Size 79 x 62mm
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Classic Honda (Motor Cycles) 1999

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Kawasaki (Motor Cycles) 1999 Classic Kawasaki (Motor Cycles) 1999 L7 - Kawasaki Heavy Industries, a vast firm producing trains, boats and planes, branched out in motorcycles in 1960, rapidly establishing a reputation with light, small-capacity two-strokes before going in for the triples which earned fame for their high performance. The seven machines shown here date from 1966 to 1977, with specification backs. Size 79 x 62mm
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Classic Kawasaki (Motor Cycles) 1999

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Lambretta Golden Era of Scootering 2008 Classic Lambretta Golden Era of Scootering 2008 EL6 - Golden Era takes us back to the 1960s when motor scooters were all the craze, and the most popular of all was the Lambretta. Here we see colour advertising posters, including one with buxom film star Jayne Mansfield, with different illustrations on the backs, such as the October 1967 cover of ‘Scooter & Three Wheeler’ price one shilling, an advert for the Lambretta 125 “ours for seventeen shillings a week” and a poster for a rally at Southend (which the Mods attended en masse). Size 100 x 70mm (extra-large, not L.T)
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Golden Era Motoring Classic Lotus (Cars) 1st Series 1995 Classic Lotus (Cars) 1st Series 1995 L7 -
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Classic Lotus (Cars) 1st Series 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Lotus (Cars) 2nd Series 1997 Classic Lotus (Cars) 2nd Series 1997 L7 -
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Classic Lotus (Cars) 2nd Series 1997

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Golden Era Motoring Classic MG (Cars) 1ST Series 1992 Classic MG (Cars) 1ST Series 1992 L7 -
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Classic MG (Cars) 1ST Series 1992

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Golden Era Motoring Classic MG (Cars) 2nd Series 1994 Classic MG (Cars) 2nd Series 1994 L7 -
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Classic MG (Cars) 2nd Series 1994

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Golden Era Motoring Classic MG Sports Cars 1996 Classic MG Sports Cars 1996 L7 -
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Classic MG Sports Cars 1996

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Morgan Sports Cars 1997 Classic Morgan Sports Cars 1997 L7 -
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Classic Morgan Sports Cars 1997

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Victoria Gallery Motoring Classic Motor Cycles Harley Davidson 1993 Classic Motor Cycles Harley Davidson 1993 L6 -
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Classic Motor Cycles Harley Davidson 1993

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Rally Cars of the 70s 2001 Classic Rally Cars of the 70s 2001 L7 - This series features a selection of classic rally cards from the 1970s, including the models which dominated the international scene such as the Lancia Stratos, the first car designed specifically for rallying and which won the World Championships in 1974,1975 and 1976, the Fiat Arbarth which won in 1977, 1978 and 1980 and the Escort RS1800 which kept Ford on the winners’ lists right through to the end of the 1970s helped by champion driver Hannu Mikkola. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Classic Rally Cars of the 70s 2001

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Rally Cars of the 80s 2001 Classic Rally Cars of the 80s 2001 L7 - The cars in this series are from the Group B years of international rallying between 1983 and 1986. Under new regulations, turbo power and lightweight construction were exploited to the full, but with these exciting cars came an unacceptable toll of death and injury leading to Group B being banned and reversion to a safer specification. Among the cars pictured are the Ford RS200, Lancia Delta, Audi Quatro and Peugot 205 T16, supercars indeed. Size 78 x 62mm.
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Classic Rally Cars of the 80s 2001

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Riley 2008 Classic Riley 2008 EL6 - A Riley 2.6 would have set you back £1,412, as we discover on the back of one of these cards extolling the virtues of B.M.C’s Riley range “for magnificent motoring” back in the 1960s, using colour adverts from the period picturing the likes of the ‘Elf’ and ‘Kestral’ on the fronts with more on the backs. Size 100 x 70mm
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Classic Riley 2008

Golden Era - EL6 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Rolls Royce 1997 Classic Rolls Royce 1997 L7 -
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Classic Rolls Royce 1997

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Rover 1995 Classic Rover 1995 L7 -
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Classic Rover 1995

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Suzuki 1999 Classic Suzuki 1999 L7 - Japanese motorcycles have grabbed a dominant share of the world market and one of the leaders is Suzuki which started in 1952 with a cheap 36cc two-stroke clipped to a bicycle frame. Within two years they had produced their first complete motorcycle and went on to develop a series of fast, top quality machines, six of which, dating from the 1960s and ‘70s are illustrated in colour in this set with specifications on the reverse. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Classic Suzuki 1999

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Golden Era Motoring Classic TVR (Cars) 1997 Classic TVR (Cars) 1997 L7 -
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Classic TVR (Cars) 1997

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Golden Era Motoring Classic Vauxhalls of the 1950s and 1960s 2002 Classic Vauxhalls of the 1950s and 1960s 2002 L7 - The Viva, Victor and Viscount, examples of which can be found in this set, were all top sellers in their day at less than £1,000 and it is a tribute to the design and build of the Viva that many are still on the road today. You can enjoy these and other classic Vauxhalls in this set of 6 cards plus a title card/checklist. The backs contain useful information about the cars. Size 79 x 61mm.
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Golden Era Motoring Classic Volkswagen Karmann Ghia 1955-74 (2002) Classic Volkswagen Karmann Ghia 1955-74 (2002) L7 - This series covers Volkswagen’s sporty two-seat alternative to the Beetle, the Karmann Ghia. With Italian Ghia styling, production began at the Karmann coachworks in Onsnabruck in 1955, followed by convertible, coupe and cabriolet versions and continued until 1974 by which time a total of 363,000 had been built. Full details emerge from the descriptive backs. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Golden Era Motoring Classic Volkswagen Transporter 1950-79 (1999) Classic Volkswagen Transporter 1950-79 (1999) L7 - The goods-carrying rear-engine Panelvan introduced in 1950 was soon followed by passenger carriers with three windows on each side. This set includes four split-screen models from the early 1950-67 period, plus three “bay window” types built between 1967 and 1979 when production ceased at the incredible total of 4.8 million vehicles. With descriptive backs. Size 79 x 62mm
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