BRENTFORD FC The Bees football card rarities, by F.C.C. ||:|| Football Card Collector

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tabayTLalb ***INCLUDES part of original ALBUM PAGE as well as this VERY GOOD un-stuck CARD***

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1948 Gum card of Tommy Lawton, erstwhile Brentford player, and part of the ORIGINAL album page mentioning his transfer (from Chelsea) to Notts County. The photo shows Tommy Lawton playing in CHELSEA blues (versus Charlton Athletic, at The Valley on 1 February 1947, a match played on a famously snow-covered pitch - or so it seems! It's 100% Lawton in Chelsea colours) See Another photo from this match, from The Daily Mail, when you click on the picture at left. VERY RARE WITH THE part of the original album page. 55 incl. P&P.

3g. City Bakeries, c.1948/49, shield-shaped card with a plain back, The Bees, BRENTFORD FC with RON GREENWOOD.

A VERY RARE CARD - RARE PLAYER TYPE (Ron Greenwood) in larger, serif letters. In better condition than these cards tend to be found in (like Baines shields, they were played 'to death' by children throwing them at walls, and seeing which bounced back furthest/nearest to win the game. SOLD very rare 40 SOLD

SOLD very rare 40 SOLD


Former manager at Brentford, Uwe Rosler, on a very Scarce East German card issue from 1991/2 - postcard size and format. 15.

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