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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

£3.00

Golden Era Motoring German Military Vehicles of WWII 2001 German Military Vehicles of WWII 2001 L7 - Germany built vast numbers of specialised military vehicles in the years before and during World War II. This set covers six examples (the Hanomag being repeated on the 7th or title card) including the Volkswagen ‘Kubelwagen’ light personnel carrier, the best-known and most widely used German vehicle of the war, 52,000 having been supplied to the Wehrmacht. Also here is the Marder 38 self-propelled tank-buster and Opel Blitz lorry. Size 78 x 62mm.
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German Military Vehicles of WWII 2001

Golden Era - L7 in set

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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

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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 British Military Vehicles of WWII 2000 British Military Vehicles of WWII 2000 L10 - This series of colour pictures celebrates ten classic British military vehicles of the Second World War, such as the Daimler armoured car, Hillman light utility, Vickers Bren-gun carrier, Bedford general service truck and so on. All described on the camouflage-colour backs. Size 79x62
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British Military Vehicles of WWII 2000

Golden Era - L10 in set

£3.75

Cadet Military & Armed Forces Evolution of the Royal Navy 1960 Evolution of the Royal Navy 1960 25 -
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Evolution of the Royal Navy 1960

Cadet - 25 in set

£4.00

Rockwell Motoring British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 10 - Armoured cars, trucks, amphibious vehicles, self-propelled guns and, of course, tanks formed the motorised hardware of the British Army, as shown in this new colour series by Rockwell. Vast quantities were required including over 200,000 Bedford MWD trucks, more than 8,000 Valentine tanks etc., so we are informed on the numbered text backs. All stirring stuff. This set is also available in a large size. Size 68mm x 36mm.
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces British Fighting Jets 2003 British Fighting Jets 2003 10 - These are colour side-on views of aircraft on a white background, beginning with the Gloster Meteor which first flew in 1943 and was the only Allied jet fighter to experience combat in World War 2, through to the Tornado still in service with the R A F in 2003. Among the other on show are the Vampire, Hawker Hunter, Buccaneer, Lightning and the Harrier. Descriptive backs. Size 67 x 37mm (this series was also issued in a larger size).
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British Fighting Jets 2003

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Military & Armed Forces British Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 British Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 10 - In the side-on view style of their previous issues on the World War I aircraft and the Spitfire. This new set includes the Wellington, Halifax and Blenheim bombers, the Hurricane, Spitfire, Mosquito and so on. It\'s based on illustrations from aerospace, with first class descriptions on the numbered backs.(Set also available in a larger size of 80x62mm) Size 67x36mm
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Early Allied Warplanes 2000 Early Allied Warplanes 2000 10 - Also available in a large (79 x 62mm) and LT (89 x 64mm) size, these are flying machines from World War I, all of which flew with the Royal Flying Corps or the Royal Naval Air Service, including the Sopwith “Camel” and “Pup”. The planes are pictured in colour on a white background with numbered descriptive backs. Size 67 x 36mm.
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Early Allied Warplanes 2000

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Golden Era Military & Armed Forces Famous Bombers (Aircraft) 1997 Famous Bombers (Aircraft) 1997 LT10 -
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Famous Bombers (Aircraft) 1997

Golden Era - LT10 in set

£4.50

Golden Era Military & Armed Forces Famous Fighters (Aircraft) 1997 Famous Fighters (Aircraft) 1997 LT10 -
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Famous Fighters (Aircraft) 1997

Golden Era - LT10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Motoring German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 10 - Rockwell 10 German Armoured Vehicles of World War II\r\nFollowing on from the British Armoured Vehicles sets that Rockwell issued here we see what the other side had in the way of armoured vehicles, presented in the same format as the British sets and also available in large (79 x 62mm) and LT size (89 x 64mm). The Panzer tanks were perhaps the most famous and the set includes the V Panther, based on the Soviet T34 which had earlier given German models a nasty mauling. A measure of its quality was the U.S. Army’s view that five Shermans were needed to knock out a single Panther. Size 68 x 36mm.\r\n
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 10 - Junkers, Heinkel,Dornier and Messerschmitt are names which will still send a chill through the older generation. Included here is the night-fighter version of the Junkers 88 which, with its advanced radar, is credited with downing more RAF bombers than any other type, and the rocket powered Messerschmitt Komet with a spectacular speed of nearly 600mph. In the same format as the British warplanes series (Numbered and descriptive backs) however excluding this set there are 2 other sizes available large 80x62mm and extra large 90x64mm. Size 67x36mm
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Hurricane Flying Colours 2002 Hurricane Flying Colours 2002 10 - This series commemorates the celebrated Battle of Britain aircraft, the Hawker Hurricane in various flying colours, described briefly on the backs. Including those flown by the R A F in Europe and the Western Desert, the Royal Navy (Sea Hurricane), the Australian Air Force, etc. Size 67 x 37mm (this series was also issued in a larger size).
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Hurricane Flying Colours 2002

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Lost Warships of WWII 2002 Lost Warships of WWII 2002 10 - The Prince of Wales, bombed by the Japanese; Ark Royal torpedoed by a U-Boat; and Hood sunk by the Bismarck which in turn was sent into the depths by aircraft from Ark Royal. These great vessels are pictured and their demise described in this set by Rockwell which also features the Graf Spee, Scharnhorst, Yamato, Lexington and Roma. Size 68 x 37mm. Also available in a larger size.
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Lost Warships of WWII 2002

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 10 - That most legendary of British fighting aircraft, the Spitfire is shown side-on in this series of ten cards depicting some of its “flying colours in the service not only of the R.A.F., but the Royal Australian Air Force, U.S.A.F, South African Air Force, etc. In various theatres of war from Burma and the Med, to the D-Day beaches of Normandy, with numbered descriptive backs. Size 66 x 36mm (also available in large size (79 x 62mm) and Large Trade card size 89 x 64mm.
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Spitfire Flying Colours 1999

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Photo Precision Military & Armed Forces Fighting Aircraft of World War II 1978 (Postcards) Fighting Aircraft of World War II 1978 (Postcards) EL20 -
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Fighting Aircraft of World War II 1978 (Postcards)

Photo Precision - EL20 in set

£5.00

Crown Sports Card (USA) Military - General Series Landforce Series 2 (Military) 1991 Landforce Series 2 (Military) 1991 LT10 - This is a series of eight artist’s impressions of military vehicles in action – battle tanks, armoured personnel carrier, multiple rock launcher etc., with technical details on the numbered backs – plus a card featuring General Colin Powell and a checklist. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Landforce Series 2 (Military) 1991

Crown Sports Card (USA) - LT10 in set

£5.00

Crown Sports Card (USA) Military & Armed Forces Skyforce Series 1 (Aircraft) 1991 Skyforce Series 1 (Aircraft) 1991 LT9 - These are colour drawings of American fighter planes in action with the last card containing a check list. The aircraft featured are the A-10 Thunderbolt II of 1975, the F-117A Stealth Fighter who’s details are listed as classified, the F-14 Tomcat which entered service in 1972, a F/A-18 Hornet from 1983, the F-15 Eagle with a range of 3,750 miles, a A-6 Intruder from 1963, the 1966 A-7 Corsair and A-4 Skyhawk from 1956. The backs give details such as wingspan, weight, engine thrust, top speed etc. plus a hand-written limited edition set number. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Skyforce Series 1 (Aircraft) 1991

Crown Sports Card (USA) - LT9 in set

£5.00

Wills Reprinted Series Worlds Dreadnoughts 1910 (reprint 1994) Worlds Dreadnoughts 1910 (reprint 1994) 25 -
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Hill Reprinted Series Battleships and Crests 1901 (reprint 1995) Battleships and Crests 1901 (reprint 1995) 25 -
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Rockwell Motoring British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 British Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 L10 - This is the same and Rockwell’s standard size set only in a larger format and as before includes the armoured cars, trucks, amphibious vehicles, tanks etc., which were available to the British Army during World War II. The numbered backs contain interesting facts about the vehicle and its use in the war. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces British Fighting Jets 2003 British Fighting Jets 2003 L10 - These are colour side-on views of aircraft on a white background, beginning with the Gloster Meteor which first flew in 1943 and was the only Allied jet fighter to experience combat in World War 2, through to the Tornado still in service with the R A F in 2003. Among the other on show are the Vampire, Hawker Hunter, Buccaneer, Lightning and the Harrier. Descriptive backs. Size 79 x 62mm (this series was also issued in a smaller size).
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British Fighting Jets 2003

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Military & Armed Forces British Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 British Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 L10 - n the side-on view style of their previous issues on the World War I aircraft and the Spitfire. This new set includes the Wellington, Halifax and Blenheim bombers, the Hurricane, Spitfire, Mosquito and so on. It\'s based on illustrations from aerospace, with first class descriptions on the numbered backs.(Set also available in a Smaller size of 67x36mm)Size 80x62mm
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Early Allied Warplanes 2000 Early Allied Warplanes 2000 L10 - Also available in a small (67 x 36mm) and LT (89 x 64mm) size, these are flying machines from World War I, all of which flew with the Royal Flying Corps or the Royal Naval Air Service, including the Sopwith “Camel” and “Pup”. The planes are pictured in colour on a white background with numbered descriptive backs. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Early Allied Warplanes 2000

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Motoring German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 L10 - Following on from the British Armoured Vehicles sets that Rockwell issued here we see what the other side had in the way of armoured vehicles, presented in the same format as the British sets and also available in small (68 x 36mm) and LT size (89 x 64mm). The Panzer tanks were perhaps the most famous and the set includes the V Panther, based on the Soviet T34 which had earlier given German models a nasty mauling. A measure of its quality was the U.S. Army’s view that five Shermans were needed to knock out a single Panther. Size 79 x 62mm.
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 L10 - Junkers, Heinkel,Dornier and Messerschmitt are names which will still send a chill through the older generation. Included here is the night-fighter version of the Junkers 88 which, with its advanced radar, is credited with downing more RAF bombers than any other type, and the rocket powered Messerschmitt Komet with a spectacular speed of nearly 600mph. In the same format as the British warplanes series (Numbered and descriptive backs) however excluding this set there are 2 other sizes available Small 67x36mm and extra large 90x64mm. Size 80x62mm
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Hurricane Flying Colours 2002 Hurricane Flying Colours 2002 L10 - This series commemorates the celebrated Battle of Britain aircraft, the Hawker Hurricane in various flying colours, described briefly on the backs. Including those flown by the R A F in Europe and the Western Desert, the Royal Navy (Sea Hurricane), the Australian Air Force, etc. Size 80 x 62mm (this series was also issued in a smaller size).
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Hurricane Flying Colours 2002

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Lost Warships of WWII 2002 Lost Warships of WWII 2002 L10 - The Prince of Wales, bombed by the Japanese; Ark Royal torpedoed by a U-Boat; and Hood sunk by the Bismarck which in turn was sent into the depths by aircraft from Ark Royal. These great vessels are pictured and their demise described in this set by Rockwell which also features the Graf Spee, Scharnhorst, Yamato, Lexington and Roma. Size 80 x 62mmm. Also available in a smaller size.
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Lost Warships of WWII 2002

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 L10 - That most legendary of British fighting aircraft, the Spitfire is shown side-on in this series of ten cards depicting some of its “flying colours in the service not only of the R.A.F., but the Royal Australian Air Force, U.S.A.F, South African Air Force, etc. In various theatres of war from Burma and the Med, to the D-Day beaches of Normandy, with numbered descriptive backs. Size 79 x 62mm (also available in Small size 66 x 36mm and Large Trade card size 89 x 64mm.)\\r\\n
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Spitfire Flying Colours 1999

Rockwell - L10 in set

£7.00

Golden Era Military & Armed Forces Aircraft of the First World War 1994 Aircraft of the First World War 1994 L25 -
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Aircraft of the First World War 1994

Golden Era - L25 in set

£7.50

Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Early Allied Warplanes 2000 Early Allied Warplanes 2000 LT10 - Also available in a small (67 x 36mm) and L (79 x 62mm) size, these are flying machines from World War I, all of which flew with the Royal Flying Corps or the Royal Naval Air Service, including the Sopwith “Camel” and “Pup”. The planes are pictured in colour on a white background with numbered descriptive backs. Size. 89 x 64mm.
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Early Allied Warplanes 2000

Rockwell - LT10 in set

£7.50

Rockwell Motoring German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 German Armoured Vehicles of World War II 2001 LT10 - Following on from the British Armoured Vehicles sets that Rockwell issued here we see what the other side had in the way of armoured vehicles, presented in the same format as the British sets and also available in small (68 x 36mm) and large size (79 x 62mm). The Panzer tanks were perhaps the most famous and the set includes the V Panther, based on the Soviet T34 which had earlier given German models a nasty mauling. A measure of its quality was the U.S. Army’s view that five Shermans were needed to knock out a single Panther. Size. 89 x 64mm.
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 German Warplanes of the Second World War 2000 LT10 - Junkers, Heinkel,Dornier and Messerschmitt are names which will still send a chill through the older generation. Included here is the night-fighter version of the Junkers 88 which, with its advanced radar, is credited with downing more RAF bombers than any other type, and the rocket powered Messerschmitt Komet with a spectacular speed of nearly 600mph. In the same format as the British warplanes series (Numbered and descriptive backs) however excluding this set there are 2 other sizes available Small 67x36mm and large 80x62mm. Size 90x64mm
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Rockwell Military & Armed Forces Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 Spitfire Flying Colours 1999 LT10 - That most legendary of British fighting aircraft, the Spitfire is shown side-on in this series of ten cards depicting some of its “flying colours in the service not only of the R.A.F., but the Royal Australian Air Force, U.S.A.F, South African Air Force, etc. In various theatres of war from Burma and the Med, to the D-Day beaches of Normandy, with numbered descriptive backs. Size 89 x 64mm (also available in Small size 66 x 36mm and large size (79 x 62mm)\\r\\n
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Spitfire Flying Colours 1999

Rockwell - LT10 in set

£7.50

Lyons Military & Armed Forces H M Ships 1902-1962 (descriptive back) 1962 H M Ships 1902-1962 (descriptive back) 1962 32 -
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Players Reprinted Series Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1938 (reprint 1990) Aircraft of the Royal Air Force 1938 (reprint 1990) 50 -
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Wills Reprinted Series Military Aircraft (unissued) c1967 (reprint 1991) Military Aircraft (unissued) c1967 (reprint 1991) 50 -
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Wills Motoring Military Motors 1916 (reprint 1994) Military Motors 1916 (reprint 1994) 50 -
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Military Motors 1916 (reprint 1994)

Wills - 50 in set

£8.50

 
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