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Wills Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Russ Abbot Advertising Cards 1993 Russ Abbot Advertising Cards 1993 L12 - This series of 12 cards came out with Classic cigars in 1993 and features comedian Russ Abbot as ‘The man-who thinks that little bit bigger’ in various amusing situations as shown on television and poster advertisements. Size 80 x 47mm.
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Russ Abbot Advertising Cards 1993

Wills - L12 in set

£18.00

Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Andy Pandy 1960 Andy Pandy 1960 50 - This set, originally issued with packets of sweets, is based on popular children’s favourite Andy Pandy. The programme was shown as part of the ‘Watch With Mother’ programme on the BBC and featured the adventures of a puppet called Andy Pandy and his friends a teddy bear called Teddy and rag doll called Looby Lou who all lived in a large picnic hamper. The original 26 episodes were continuously repeated and in the 1970s 13 new episodes were added. This set pictures pastel cartoon drawings of the friends as they play and look at the world around them. For instance they pick apples, fly a kite, find a crab on the seashore and play leap frog. The fronts contain a caption of the action at the bottom and the backs contain details of the company and an album that could be ordered for the price of “only 9d and one box top”. The simple charm and naivety made this an enduring classic and it was rebooted for a modern audience in 2001 with the puppets replaced by stop-motion filming. Pure nostalgia. Cards size 67 x 34mm
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Andy Pandy 1960

Primrose - 50 in set

£20.00

Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Dads Army 1973 Dads Army 1973 25 -
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Dads Army 1973

Primrose - 25 in set

£20.00

Donruss (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Knight Rider 1982 Knight Rider 1982 LT55 -
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Knight Rider 1982

Donruss (USA) - LT55 in set

£20.00

Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues Magical World of Disney (Two pictures per card with all varieties) 1989 Magical World of Disney (Two pictures per card with all varieties) 1989 L25 - This contains lovely colour pictures of Disney characters including Mickey Mouse, characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pinocchio as well as favourites like Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Pluto, Goofy, Lady and Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians, Mowgli and King Louie from Jungle Book, Winnie the Pooh and Tiger, Donald Duck and Oliver from Oliver & Company which we are told was “scheduled for release in the UK during Christmas 1989. A special album was also produced and could be obtained from Brooke Bond for 40p. This set was also issued with two pictures per card, with all the pictures but not all the varieties. and as a standard set of 25 cards. A colourful set full of Disney magic and with plenty of information contained in the black text on the reverse. Cards size 68 x 73mm.
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Bassett Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art U F O (TV Series) 1974 U F O (TV Series) 1974 70 - This features scenes from Gerry Anderson’s popular TV show from the 1970s. This was the ultimate sci-fi programme starring Ed Bishop as Commander Straker and Gabrielle Drake as Lieutenant Ellis who were members of a secret organisation known as SHADO (Supreme Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation) which was formed to defend Earth against an alien menace. Humans were being abducted by these aliens from a dying planet who harvested their organs to repair their own bodies, and SHADO’s job was to combat these creatures without alerting the general public and causing widespread panic. This show only ran for a single season although a follow up series based on the moon was produced and this was called Space 1999. The backs give further information and the cards are size 65 x 35mm
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U F O (TV Series) 1974

Bassett - 70 in set

£20.00

Brooke Bond Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues 40 Years of The Chimps Television Advertising Special Album (With 17 Road Works, printed in red under card No. 26) 40 Years of The Chimps Television Advertising Special Album (With 17 Road Works, printed in red under card No. 26) 1 -
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Cadet Native North American Indians and Cowboys Adventures of Rin Tin Tin 1960 (Cadet Sweets in two lines) Adventures of Rin Tin Tin 1960 (Cadet Sweets in two lines) 48 - The original Rin Tin Tin was a male Alsatian rescued from a World War 1 battlefield by an American soldier and taken to America where he was trained for film work and became a superstar appearing in 27 films. In the 1950s a TV show was produced titled ‘The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin’ and this set by Cadet is based on that series. The story of Rusty, a boy orphaned in a raid in the 1870s, and his dog Rinty or Rin Tin Tin who are taken in by soldiers at Fort Apache is told in colour cartoons with descriptions on the reverse. This set with cards size 65 x 37mm has the company name in two lines, but was also produced with Cadet Sweets in one line on the back as well as in a small size 60 x 32mm. These will take many right back to their childhood and are a lovely set to add to any collection.
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Bassett Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Asterix in Europe 1977 Asterix in Europe 1977 50 - Asterix is a cartoon character originally illustrated by Albert Underzo who appeared in Franco-Belgian comics. The colourful cards feature the adventures of Asterix a clever warrior of ancient Gaul as he and his strong but dim best friend Obelix and the residents of their village try to resist Roman occupation in 50BC. They are aided in this goal by druid Getafix who brews a potent brew which gives temporary superhuman strength to anyone who drinks it. Asterix frequently travels abroad, even to Rome, but always returns to his home village after outwitting the Romans yet again. Part of the fun was the witty names given to the characters, for instance the chief is Vitalstatistix,, the dog belonging to Obelix is dogmatix, a Roman Centurion is called Crismus Bonus and the up-to-no-good chief of a rival Gaulish village was known as Chief Whosemoralsarelastix. An album was also produced to hold these cards. All good fun with details on the back. Cards size 66 x 35mm.
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Asterix in Europe 1977

Bassett - 50 in set

£25.00

Topps (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Charlies Angels 3rd Series 1977 Charlies Angels 3rd Series 1977 LT66 - These cards take us back to the 1970s to the popular television series featuring glamorous super-sleuth Angels, Sabrina, Kelly and Kris, aka Charlie’s Angels, going about their crime-fighting adventures in 66 colour scenes from the programme, numbered 122 to 187. The backs make up into a giant colour section picture. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Charlies Angels 3rd Series 1977

Topps (USA) - LT66 in set

£25.00

Cornerstone (USA) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Doctor Who 1st Series 1994 Doctor Who 1st Series 1994 LT110 -
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Doctor Who 1st Series 1994

Cornerstone (USA) - LT110 in set

£25.00

Barratt Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Tom and Jerry 1971 Tom and Jerry 1971 50 - In August 1940, Hanna and Barbera joined forces to direct the furry feline and mouse in their first six-minute cinema cartoon ?Puss Gets the Boot? which was an instant success and was nominated for an Academy Award. Other cartoons quickly followed, the hilarious cat and mouse antics providing much-needed laughter during the darkest years of the war, and in 1944, Jerry won audiences? hearts when he danced a sequence with Gene Kelly in the musical ?Anchors Aweigh?. The comic duo continued to delight the critics too, and in 1953 they awarded their eighth Oscar. Tom and Jerry?s lives changed in 1958 when MGM?s animation studios closed, a move which motivated Hanna and Barbera to start up their own television production company which not only originated new cartoons, but also re-animated many of the old ones. Kids, of course, love Tom and Jerry, so its hardly surprising to find Barratt?s issuing a series of fifty cards featuring the cartoon favourites, with their sweet cigarettes back in 1971, each colour picture being a self-evident situation in which Tom usually comes of worst, with a suitable description on the back. Size 67 x 36mm
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Tom and Jerry 1971

Barratt - 50 in set

£25.00

Monty Gum Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Kojak (Playing Cards) Black back 1976 Kojak (Playing Cards) Black back 1976 M54 -
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Kojak (Playing Cards) Black back 1976

Monty Gum - M54 in set

£27.00

Typhoo Tea Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art The Amazing World of Doctor Who 1976 The Amazing World of Doctor Who 1976 M12 - this set featuring the Fourth Doctor, played by Tom Baker, is sure to bring back memories. Tom’s eccentric Doctor has appeared in the most episodes so far. Sarah Jane his side-kick is also pictured and she later had her own spin-off show. These cards show us the Tardis and many of the evil aliens and monsters that the Doctor came up against, including the infamous Daleks and Cybermen. Actually these monsters don’t seem half as scary as we recall, but are sure these will take you right back to a time when the whole family watched TV together and children hid behind the sofa for the really frightening bits!. Size 80 x 55 mm
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The Amazing World of Doctor Who 1976

Typhoo Tea - M12 in set

£27.00

Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Popeye 4th Series (Farnham Road address Paper Thin card) 1970 Popeye 4th Series (Farnham Road address Paper Thin card) 1970 50 -
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Bassett Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Space 1999 TV Series (49 different cards from the set of 50 No 42 scarce card not included) 1976 Space 1999 TV Series (49 different cards from the set of 50 No 42 scarce card not included) 1976 49 out of 50 - This set is based on the classic TV sci-fi series, which was aired between 1975 and 1977, and follows the adventures of the crew of Moonbase Alpha. They live and work in the research station on the moon, but following a huge explosion find themselves adrift in deep space. The cards picture the crew and some of the aliens they encounter as well as action scenes from the show. The programme was created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson who are better known for shows such as Thunderbirds and was one of the most expensive British TV series of the time. The red text backs tell the story and the cards are size 66 x 35mm.
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Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Z Cars (TV Series drawings) Album send only 1/- 1964 Z Cars (TV Series drawings) Album send only 1/- 1964 50 - This Set of 50 Cards are base on the TV Series. Each card has a colour drawing of a scenario that the Z-Car men are in with a black frameline and white border. On the reverse is a detailed description explaining the scenario and what is happening. At the bottom on the back has the issuers name "Primrose Confectionery" this particular set states "Send only 1/- at the bottom. Size 63 x 34mm
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Monty Gum Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Space Alpha 1999 (1978) Space Alpha 1999 (1978) M64 - Space Alpha 1999 was a classic British television sci-fi adventure created by Gerry and Silvia Anderson aimed at the adult market. It ran for two seasons between 1975 and 1977. Both the main stars, Martin Landau and Barbara Bain, were American in an effort to appeal to the U.S market and the story is set on the moon in a scientific research centre, Moonbase Alpha, which in 1999 has 311 staff members. On the far side of the moon nuclear waste has been buried and the story starts with a huge explosion of this material which propels the remaining moon out of orbit and hurtling through space. After going through a black hole the Moonbase inhabitants keep travelling always hoping to get home meeting alien civilizations and mind bending phenomena along the way. The colour pictures show action shots from the show, but there is no text on the back. A space classic, size 68 x 48mm
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Space Alpha 1999 (1978)

Monty Gum - M64 in set

£32.00

Cadet Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Stingray 1965 Stingray 1965 50 -
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Stingray 1965

Cadet - 50 in set

£45.00

Como Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Lennys Adventures (49 different cards from the set of 50 Minus No. 5) 1960 Lennys Adventures (49 different cards from the set of 50 Minus No. 5) 1960 49 out of 50 - These are black and white cartoons of children’s TV character ‘Lenny the Lion’ a puppet designed by ventriloquist Terrence Hall. The original puppet was made of old fox fur, papier-mãchè and had a golf ball for a nose and Lenny had his own TV show ‘The Lenny The Lion Show’ between 1957 and 1960 with subsequent spin-of shows and appearances. These cards picture Lenny in humorous situations which are described on the card backs and one of these cards was originally issued in each 1d packet of Lenny the Lion sweet cigarettes. The sketches have a high degree of charm, as indeed had the loveable character they portray. Cards size 64 x 32mm.
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Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Amos Burke Secret Agent with Printed in England 1970 Amos Burke Secret Agent with Printed in England 1970 50 -
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Barratt Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Thunderbirds 2nd Series 1967 Thunderbirds 2nd Series 1967 50 - Gerry Anderson’s “Thunderbirds” exploded onto our monochrome television screens in 1965 to resounding applause and rapidly became part of popular culture. The programme makers exploited its success by licensing all kinds of products to use the brand name, one of which was confectionery, hence Barratt’s “Thunderbirds” sweet cigarettes. These sweets contained cards based on the TV show, the first series of which was issued in 1966 and this series which was issued in 1967. This 2nd Series of cards contains colour photographs from the original TV show and the backs are full of facts about the fictional Tracy family and their friends who run an international rescue organisation from their secret island home. These cards are highly collectable as cult memorabilia far beyond the card collecting hobby so don’t miss your chance to get this attractive set. Cards size 65 x 35mm.
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Thunderbirds 2nd Series 1967

Barratt - 50 in set

£50.00

Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Bugs Bunny 1964 Bugs Bunny 1964 50 -
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Bugs Bunny 1964

Primrose - 50 in set

£60.00

Kane Native North American Indians and Cowboys Roy Rogers Colour Series 1958 Roy Rogers Colour Series 1958 25 -
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Roy Rogers Colour Series 1958

Kane - 25 in set

£60.00

Cadet Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art U N C L E (Man From) (49 different cards from the set of 50 missing number 30) 1966 U N C L E (Man From) (49 different cards from the set of 50 missing number 30) 1966 49 out of 50 -
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Barbers Tea Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Cinema and Television Stars 1955 Cinema and Television Stars 1955 24 -
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Cinema and Television Stars 1955

Barbers Tea - 24 in set

£75.00

Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Quick Draw McGraw 1965 Quick Draw McGraw 1965 50 -
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Quick Draw McGraw 1965

Primrose - 50 in set

£75.00

Cadet Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art U N C L E (Man From) 1966 U N C L E (Man From) 1966 50 -
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U N C L E (Man From) 1966

Cadet - 50 in set

£75.00

Walls Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Doctor Who Adventure (29 different cards from the set of 36) 1967 Doctor Who Adventure (29 different cards from the set of 36) 1967 29 out of 36 -
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Barratt Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Robin Hood 1961 Robin Hood 1961 30 -
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Robin Hood 1961

Barratt - 30 in set

£90.00

Anglo Confectionery Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Tarzan 1967 Tarzan 1967 LT66 - The Edgar Rice Burroughs tale of an orphaned child who is raised by apes continues to provide material for films even today. Maybe it is because despite being found by his grandfather and returned to so-called civilisation he remained a wild-man and later returned to Africa where there was always some drama awaiting that required his special talents and bond with the animals. This set of colourful cartoons was based on the 1966 TV show which starred Ron Ely as the legendary apeman who along with chimp Cheeta and small boy known as Jai battles poachers and hostile tribes etc. The pictures are numbered with white borders and the backs make up into a large picture of the character and his companions. Card size 89 x 68mm
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Tarzan 1967

Anglo Confectionery - LT66 in set

£90.00

Bassett Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Hanna Barberas Cartoon Capers 1983 Hanna Barberas Cartoon Capers 1983 48 -
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Hanna Barberas Cartoon Capers 1983

Bassett - 48 in set

£100.00

Topps (UK) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Planet of the Apes (TV Series) 1974 Planet of the Apes (TV Series) 1974 LT66 - These cards contain colour pictures from the American sci-fi TV series Planet of the Apes which was based on the 1968 film of the same name. These follow the adventures of two astronauts who enter a time warp and crash-land into a future Earth which is ruled by apes. They are soon captured, but before they can be destroyed a friendly ape named Galen (played brilliantly by Roddy McDowall) helps them escape and the three of them become fugitives roaming what was the old American west. The numbered backs contain sectional pictures which make up into nine different puzzles and also contain information on the programme. A cult classic with cards size 89 x 63mm.
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Planet of the Apes (TV Series) 1974

Topps (UK) - LT66 in set

£100.00

A & B C Native North American Indians and Cowboys High Chaparral 1969 High Chaparral 1969 L36 - These colour pictures are taken from the popular TV series of the same name which was aired between 1967 and 1971. This was an American western starring Leif Erickson as John Cannon an American rancher on the Arizona/Mexico border in the 1870s. These were challenging times and every week there seemed to be some new problem to be overcome by him, his brother, son, wife Victoria and her brother Manolito in order to keep the ranch going. The card backs make up into 4 separate sectional pictures. Reminisce on this hugely popular show with these cards which are size 81 x 56mm.
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High Chaparral 1969

A & B C - L36 in set

£110.00

Snap Cards Products Pop Stars & Singers ATV Stars 2nd series 1960 ATV Stars 2nd series 1960 L48 -
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ATV Stars 2nd series 1960

Snap Cards Products - L48 in set

£125.00

A & B C Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Huck Finn inscribed Hanna-Barbera 1968 Huck Finn inscribed Hanna-Barbera 1968 L55 -
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Huck Finn inscribed Hanna-Barbera 1968

A & B C - L55 in set

£165.00

Cadet Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series Doctor Who and the Daleks 1965 Doctor Who and the Daleks 1965 50 -
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Doctor Who and the Daleks 1965

Cadet - 50 in set

£175.00

Primrose Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series Popeye 2nd Series 1960 Popeye 2nd Series 1960 50 -
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Popeye 2nd Series 1960

Primrose - 50 in set

£275.00

Barratt Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957 Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957 50 -
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Walt Disney Characters 2nd Series 1957

Barratt - 50 in set

£275.00

Chix Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series TV and Radio Stars 1955 TV and Radio Stars 1955 96 -
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TV and Radio Stars 1955

Chix - 96 in set

£400.00

 
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