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Golden Era Motoring Spridget Austin-Healey Sprite and MG Midget 1958-79 2002 Spridget Austin-Healey Sprite and MG Midget 1958-79 2002 L7 - Cross a Sprite with a Midget and what do you get? A Spridget, of course, and that’s the title of this series which covers models from the two ranges of which more than 350,000 were made from 1958 to 1979. Amongst those illustrated are an early Sprite which sold at under £500 ex-tax ad the MG Midget 1500 Mk V with a Triumph Spitfire engine and alterations to improve safety for the U.S market. Size 79 x 61mm.
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Mister Softee Miscellaneous Trade Cards Steam Power 1978 Steam Power 1978 L10 -
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Steam Power 1978

Mister Softee - L10 in set

£3.00

Top Trumps Motoring Super Cars - Super Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 Super Cars - Super Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 M25 -
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Super Cars - Super Mini Trumps Series 2 1978

Top Trumps - M25 in set

£3.00

Top Trumps Railways Super Trains - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 Super Trains - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 K25 -
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Super Trains - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978

Top Trumps - K25 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Tanks of WWII 2000 Tanks of WWII 2000 L7 - This set shows a various range of tanks from countries such as America, Germany and Russia. Its includes the T-34, the Sherman and the mighty Tiger, a 55ton fighting machine with virtually impervious Armour and a 88mm Gun. For sheer numbers, though the Sherman, with almost 50,000 produced, outstripping all the makes put together. High quality illustrations and revealing texts make this a classic set. Size 79x62mm
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Tanks of WWII 2000

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Morning Foods Ships & Shipping The Cunard Line (black back) 1957 The Cunard Line (black back) 1957 12 -
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The Cunard Line (black back) 1957

Morning Foods - 12 in set

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Golden Era Motoring The Legend Lives On Ayrton Senna 2000 The Legend Lives On Ayrton Senna 2000 L7 - The Brazilian Ayrton Senna is thought by many to be the greatest racing driver of all time. Between his first Formula One win at Estoril in 1985 and his death in 1994 he clocked up 41 victories including a record six at Monaco. The terrific series of colour picture are by Colin Carter. Size 79x62mm
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The Legend Lives On Ayrton Senna 2000

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring The London Taxi 2001 The London Taxi 2001 L7 - As much a part of Britain’s capital as Big Ben, the London taxi is one of the most instantly recognisable vehicles in the world. Starting with the Austin FX3 from 1948, these cards show us various models including the amazingly successful FX4 of which 77,000 were made during a 40-year production run which ended in 1997, and the then latest model LT1 TX1 which was being built at the rate of 75 a week. Size 78 x 62mm.
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The London Taxi 2001

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring The Ringmaster Michael Schumacher 2002 The Ringmaster Michael Schumacher 2002 L7 - Michael Schumacher notched up his first Formula One victory in 1991, winning his first world championship crown three years later. He moved to Ferrari in 1966 and in 2000 gave them their first F1 world championship in 21 years, and another in 2001 when he became the highest F1 points scorer in history. Excellent artwork by Colin Carter is backed by first-class texts. Size 80 x 63mm.
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The Ringmaster Michael Schumacher 2002

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Kellogg Miscellaneous Trade Cards Tony Racing Stickers 1988 Tony Racing Stickers 1988 K8 - They are a set of 8 stickers all featuring Tony the cartoon tiger who appeared in TV adverts for Kellogg’s Frosties breakfast cereal. Two of them refer to the Frosties “secret formula whilst the rest have a racing theme with titles like ‘Racing Team’ or ‘Rally Champ”. The backs are plain and the overall size is 51 x 38mm.
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Tony Racing Stickers 1988

Kellogg - K8 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring TR Collection (Triumph Cars) 1992 TR Collection (Triumph Cars) 1992 L7 -
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TR Collection (Triumph Cars) 1992

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Photo Precision Motoring Traction Engines 1979 Traction Engines 1979 EL10 -
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Traction Engines 1979

Photo Precision - EL10 in set

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Frameability Motoring Traction Engines 1999 Traction Engines 1999 L6 - There are not a lot of sets featuring traction engines and this is one of the best. Here we have six excellent colour images of these fascinating steam monsters built between 1899 and 1924, four by the Thetford firm of Burrells and two by Fowlers of Leeds, the latter including the Dreadnought, a classic A5 machine used by showmen for hauling five or more trailers, information gained from the first-class texts on the card backs. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Traction Engines 1999

Frameability - L6 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Tractors of the Fifties 1999 Tractors of the Fifties 1999 L7 - Golden Era have produced cards of classic tractors, but this set takes us forward from the war years into the 1950s, described on the introductory cards as “the golden age of the tractor” when post-war demand led to a proliferation of makes and models. Among those here are David Brown, Fordson Major, Nuffield and Ferguson accurately portrayed in colour and described on the backs. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Tractors of the Fifties 1999

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Tractors of the Sixties 1999 Tractors of the Sixties 1999 L7 - Having covered the Tractors in the Fifties Golden Era now move on to the 1960s when the major manufacturers were building models on a global scale, mostly powerful four and six-cylinder machines with a burgeoning variety of add-on equipment. Those illustrated in this set of fine colour illustrations include the John Deere 4020, Fordson Dextra, Massey-Ferguson 135 and David Brown 780 all with full description on the backs. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Tractors of the Sixties 1999

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Edwards Transportation Transport Present and Future (descriptive back) 1955 Transport Present and Future (descriptive back) 1955 25 -
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Ewbanks Transportation Transport Through the Ages (Black Back) 1957 Transport Through the Ages (Black Back) 1957 25 -
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Ewbanks Transportation Transport Through the Ages (Black Back) 1957 Transport Through the Ages (Black Back) 1957 25 -
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Golden Era Motoring Triumph (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993 Triumph (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993 L7 -
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Triumph (Motor Cycles) 1st Series 1993

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Triumph (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1998 Triumph (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1998 L7 -
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Triumph (Motor Cycles) 2nd Series 1998

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Triumph Saloon Cars 1960s and 1970s (2002) Triumph Saloon Cars 1960s and 1970s (2002) L7 - The Herald, Vitesse and Dolomite, models that remain classics of British automotive engineering with their famed Michelotti styling, are show-cased in this series which includes the Dolomite Sprint one of the finest traditional sports saloons of the seventies. The descriptive backs include a miniature black and white version of the model depicted in colour on the front. Size 80 x 62mm.
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Triumph Saloon Cars 1960s and 1970s (2002)

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Triumph Spitfire 1962-80 (2007) Triumph Spitfire 1962-80 (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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Triumph Spitfire 1962-80 (2007)

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Triumph Stag Motor Cars 1995 Triumph Stag Motor Cars 1995 L7 -
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Triumph Stag Motor Cars 1995

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Triumph TR2 and TR3 1953-61 (2007) Triumph TR2 and TR3 1953-61 (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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Triumph TR2 and TR3 1953-61 (2007)

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Triumph TR4 TR5 and TR6 1961-76 (2007) Triumph TR4 TR5 and TR6 1961-76 (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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Triumph TR4 TR5 and TR6 1961-76 (2007)

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Triumph Vitesse 1962-71 (2007) Triumph Vitesse 1962-71 (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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Triumph Vitesse 1962-71 (2007)

Golden Era - L7 in set

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C H Publications Motoring Triumph World (Cars) 1st Series Nos 1-6 (1999) Triumph World (Cars) 1st Series Nos 1-6 (1999) L6 - Triumph is a good old name in British motoring with sufficient devotees to support a wide circulation magazine with which these cards were issued in 1999. They are a limited edition of colour photographs by Peter Robain featuring Triumphs from 1946 (the TV Jersey detective Bergerac’s roadster) via the Spitfire and TR6 to the Stag which ended production in 1977 with numbered text backs. Size 92 x 50mm)
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Triumph World (Cars) 1st Series Nos 1-6 (1999)

C H Publications - L6 in set

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C H Publications Motoring Triumph World (Cars) 3rd Series Nos 13-18 (2000) Triumph World (Cars) 3rd Series Nos 13-18 (2000) L6 - The Triumph Motor Company had a long and turbulent history and this set, numbered 13 to 18, features some of their cars down through the years, including the very first Triumph car. These cards were originally issued with Triumph World Magazine and have numbered descriptive backs. Size 93 x 50mm
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Triumph World (Cars) 3rd Series Nos 13-18 (2000)

C H Publications - L6 in set

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Sheridan Football Underground Art Football and Wembley 1996 Underground Art Football and Wembley 1996 L7 -
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Sheridan Railways Underground Art Rugby 1996 Underground Art Rugby 1996 L7 -
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Underground Art Rugby 1996

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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

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Golden Era Motoring US Military Vehicles of WWII 2001 US Military Vehicles of WWII 2001 L7 - The industrial might of the United States was harnessed during World War II to produce more than 3 million vehicles for the military, sufficient not only to equip U.S. forces, but also those of the Allies. Of these, 800,000 were General Motors GMC 2 ½ ton lorries and 640,000 were Jeeps, both pictured among the six in this card series (the Jeep also appears on the 7th title card). Size 78 x 62mm.
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US Military Vehicles of WWII 2001

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Velocette (Motor Cycles) 1993 Velocette (Motor Cycles) 1993 L7 -
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Velocette (Motor Cycles) 1993

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring Vespa (Motor Cycles) 2000 Vespa (Motor Cycles) 2000 L7 - Another Italian icon of the 1960\'s, the Vespa motor scooter had its origins at aircraft-maker Piaggio in 1946 with the MP5 nicknamed Paperino or Donald Duck, we were told no.1 of this series which guides us through to the high-performance 200 Rally Electronic in 1972 at a showroom price £259. Size 79x62mm
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Vespa (Motor Cycles) 2000

Golden Era - L7 in set

£3.00

Trucards Motoring Veteran and Vintage Cars 1970 Veteran and Vintage Cars 1970 M30 -
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Veteran and Vintage Cars 1970

Trucards - M30 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Vincent Motor Cycles 1995 Vincent Motor Cycles 1995 L7 -
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Vincent Motor Cycles 1995

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Photo Precision Motoring Vintage Cars (postcards) 1975 Vintage Cars (postcards) 1975 EL12 -
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Vintage Cars (postcards) 1975

Photo Precision - EL12 in set

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring Vintage Vespa 1958-1966 (2005) Vintage Vespa 1958-1966 (2005) L7 - Remember the Mods of the 1960s? The Vespa was their preferred transport, the iconic Italian-style motor scooter, British built from the 1950s on, the 125cc selling at 125 gns with the slogan “Betta Getta Vespa”, facts which emerge from this series of double-sided adverts (colour on the front, different black and white on the back) showing various models from 1959 to 1966. Size 79 x 63mm.
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Vintage Vespa 1958-1966 (2005)

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring VW Transporter 1956-1961 (2005) VW Transporter 1956-1961 (2005) L7 - Much-loved in their twilight years by globe-trotting Aussies, camper-van versions of the Volkswagen Transporter are still to be seen on the roads today. Their versatility, with double doors at the side, is demonstrated in this series of colour advertisements from the period, with more in black and white on the backs. Size 79 x 63mm.
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VW Transporter 1956-1961 (2005)

Golden Era - L7 in set

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Golden Era Motoring VW Transporter 1968-80 Bay Window Models (2007) VW Transporter 1968-80 Bay Window Models (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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