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Newissues@card-world.co.uk – The new issues secretary, John Cahill
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Pubrelations@card-world.co.uk – The Public Relations Secretary, Oliver Sanders
Refbooks@card-world.co.uk – The reference book controller, Roger Parckar
Research@card-world.co.uk – Research chairman, Martin Murray
Treasurer@card-world.co.uk – The Hon. treasurer, David Scuffham
Webmaster@card-world.co.uk – Card World Webmaster, Sam Whiting
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