Auction # 56628th January 2020 by Squashed Pixel
Well I hope 2019 was a success in finding those elusive lots to slim down your wants list, and that 2020 will be just as good. I am looking forward to the convention at Salisbury. While it is not so far for me to travel, I confess I do enjoy going further afield to places that I may not have been to before.
And so on to the highlights of this auction. The auction starts with two Anonymous Beauties PLUMS, Taddy Thames Series no. 1, a set of News Chronicle Motorcyclists (which I am told are quite rare) a set of Sergeant Dan Birds of the World and a Rutter Comic Phrases.
One of the highlights is LOT 67, shown top right in this image. It’s a previously unrecorded Parrs Boot Stores Puzzle Card featuring the sport of Rugby. This one, a stirring action study, is entitled “They’re After Me!”. We imagine a lot of bidders will indeed be after this card. So may we point out it has a companion, to be sold as LOT 66, this being another previously unrecorded Parr’s Rugby subject, “A Forward Rush”. Both cards are graded FAIR condition, and each has an estimate of £25-30.
We also offer some Players Military Series and Old England’s Defenders, a Wills Cricketer 1896, a set of Wills Hurlers plus a set of Wills Punch Cartoons 2nd Series, which is also rare, as well as BAT Dracones Posthistorici and some more Ogden Beauties Green Net Back.
Please have a good look through the auction list – attached below – there is the usual mix of sets and types, tobacco and trade. I look forward to receiving your bids.
If a member wishes to see a scan of a lot they are considering bidding on then I am only too happy to oblige. However due to the cost of printing and postage this will only be possible by email. Please email your requests to me and I will try to respond as soon as possible.
happy bidding, until next time ……… Chris
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