CSGB July/August 2015 Auction8th July 2015 by Sam Whiting
Chris Corner has now issued the latest CSGB Cigarette Card auction details – soon to appear in the new issue of Card World magazine! This time around we see more great cards with Cricket represented by some scarce Guinea Gold Base M cards (e.g. Lot 61) and a Taddy’s County Cricketers (see featured image). Other interesting lots this time include 13 types of Kinney’s ‘Animals’, 3 Duke’s ‘The Terrors of America’, 10 Ogdens ‘Pugilists & Wrestlers, 2nd’ and 10 Player’s ‘Old Englands Defenders’!
There are 150 lots this month and so regardless of the brand or theme that you collect there is sure to be something of interest!
Bids must be made in writing to Chris Corner, 9 Olivia Close, Waterlooville, Hants, PO7 8LN or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The last date for RECEIPT OF BIDS is SATURDAY 29th AUGUST 2015
Illustrated below (left to right) are lots:
19 – Hill’s ‘Battleships and Crests’, 148 – Kinney ‘Famous Gems of the World’, 142 – Kinnear ‘Jockeys Set 1’, 82 – Outhwaite ‘Army Pictures, Cartoons etc.’, 27 – WA & AC Churchman’s ‘Beauties CERF’
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