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1926Barratt Plymouth Argyle Deacon Barratt 1925/26 "Sherbet Novelties" type, Plymouth Argyle,  L. C. Deacon.  FAIR.

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CityBakPLYM PLYMOUTH ARGYLE card printed by City Bakeries, c.1948/49. Plain back. VERY RARE SOLD

Some light wear and slight faults, a light crease across lower part, knock at side, BUT generally GOOD and CLEAN.

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B1p card #14, E. Bowden, once of PLYMOUTH ARGYLE, issued by Barratt, 1937, a very rare pre-war British trade card issue, not often seen - in any condition!  This nigh-on 80-year-old classic Barratt card, with a couple of very light, almost unnoticeable corner scuffs is truly "VERY GOOD" yet click on the photo to see for yourself. Valued at 30GBP or more, in "FCCM". CLICK ON the PICTURE of this card for a BIGGER VERSION. Price = GBP Sterling 28.00
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heinMcP ertsehile Plymouth player, Peter McParland, here in Northern Ireland international colours, at the World Cup in Sweden, in 1958, on a German gum card from around 1961.

VERY RARE. Card has some handling wear, the odd corner knock but is GOOD PLUS.

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