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Modern Naval Craft - John Player & Sons Cigarette Cards - Singles



"Modern Naval Craft" cigarette cards were put out by John Player & Sons, a branch of The Imperial Tobacco Co. of Great Britain & Ireland Ltd. in 1939. The series was comprised of 50 cards. Each card depicts a naval vessel. Ships from several nations are portrayed. Cards measure approx. 1 3/8" x 2 5/8". Priced at $30.00 for the lot SOLD

H.M.S. Repulse - #5 (G) Overall Staining and bending

H.M.S. Grenville - #11 (F)

H.M.S. Sunfish - #15 (G) Some paper loss

Nurnberg (Germany) - #25 (P) Significant paper loss

Submarine U-16 (Germany) - #27 (P) Significant paper loss

Conte de Cavour (Italy) - #28 (VG)

Giuseppe Garibaldi (Italy) - #30 (F)

Libeccio (Italy) - #31 (G) Some edge staining

Nagato (Japan) - #33 (G) Glue residue on front

Samidare (Japan) - #37 (VG)

Akagi (Japan) - #39 (VG) Tiny nick on edge

California (U.S.A.) - #40 (VG)

Colorado (U.S.A.) - #41 (VG)

Quincy (U.S.A.) - #42 (G) Bent corner, stains

Brooklyn (U.S.A.) - #43 (G) Some paper loss

Gridley (U.S.A.) - #44 (G) Some paper loss

Perch (U.S.A.) - #45 (G) Nicks on top edge

Oahu (U.S.A.) - #46 (G) Some staining and paper loss

Enterprise (U.S.A.) - #47 (F)

Saratoga (U.S.A.) - #48 (G) Multiple folds

Leningrad (U.S.S.R.) - #49 (F)

Revolutioner - #50 (G) Bends


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