aviation gum trade cards, a wrapper, 1950s bubblegum packet is by Parrs of Parkstone in Dorset. Excellent condition for a 60-year-old gum wrapper! Aviation interest…comes with a rare type card too, and insured postage is included in the price. Available nowhere else in the world, only here! BUY HERE: https://www.paypal.me/rarecards/88.88
May's hubby's firm makes millions when our soldiers risk their lives. In turn that firm was headed by guess who? Former head of BBC TV news, Sir Roger Carr. war mongers united
No Russia'18 for Italy? Well... I wanted to post about stickers but war criminals in England & France (without UN approval) launched missiles to try to start WW3 = a war crime, simple: No UN approval = war crime) In Italy despair! Despair due to the same old 17/18 stuff back on shelves instead of Russia18 (but there's hope GB will not go to Russia so Italy can... if we have time, that is!
1970's Color Climax model posing in Barcelona colours for suggestive calendar cards - you'd keep her in your packet. I.E: that's what this is, a pocket calendar card - they were very handy, before the www took hold, 'scuse the puns. www.rarecards.co.uk
“egress”?! apparently the assassins said the word “egress”, BUT egress is not in the Russian language, neither as verb nor noun. Why use public school English & wrap it in Funeral In Berlin styled communications, then send it thru Syria (so handily close to MI6 spy-listening post Cyprus)? Boris!!! CUI BONO? Monty Gum KOJAK sticker 1977 https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2018/04/government-propaganda-now-totally-bizarre/ …
I have posted 100's of rare images, not available elsewhere, upon Tumblr, a photo-pic sharing site. Easy to join and free of censorship (unlike creepy Fb)
art thou a seeker of ye graal? The grail rookies of Charlton and Greaves extras now on sale - at least 3 of Bobby, and ALSO Stanley Mattews, all can be found at “FCCM”. Only a few of each so get in there if you want them! £125 each card. NOTE: these are NOT from rarecards.co.uk ONLY available from fccm. Postal address for FCCM can be found 2nd page in at www.rarecards.co.uk