Wednesday, 27 March 2013

B.A.B. - Football Club Rosettes - III


1970s
Football Club Rosettes - III
B.A.B.

1 rosette known

Another variation, only one known so far.


Stoke City

B.A.B. - Football Club Rosettes - II


1970s
Football Club Rosettes - II
B.A.B.

24 different rosettes known

These rosettes differ from the
previous ones as they are printed without the feathered shadng. 24 are known, and as yet there have not been any variations discovered.

Arsenal
Birmingham City
Burnley
Chelsea
Coventry City
Derby County
Everton
Ipswich Town
Leeds United
Leicester City
Liverpool
Luton Town
Manchester City
Manchester United
Middlesbrough
Newcastle United
Norwich City
Queens Park Rangers
Sheffield United
Southampton
Stoke City
Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham United
Wolverhampton Wanderers


Tuesday, 26 March 2013

City Bakeries - Football Club Shields (4)


6 more City Bakeries Shields

B.A.B. - Football Club Rosettes - I


1970s
Football Club Rosettes - I
B.A.B.
34 different rosettes known

These are usually identified as being issued by B.A.B., and because of this I've listed them as such. But they are unlikely to have been issued by that company. They were probably issued by a company called Northern Trancessories, based in Leeds. I wouldn't be surprised if there was some sort of loose connection between the two companies though.
Some clubs are shown more than once. It is always a good idea to check every B.A.B. sticker you come across as there are often variations in colour or layout. New versions are found quite regularly.

Arsenal
Arsenal (Badge different)
Birmingham City
Carlisle United
Chelsea
Coventry City (Sky blue)
Coventry City (Sky blue and white)
Crystal Palace
Derby County
Everton
Huddersfield Town
Huddersfield Town (Badge different)
Ipswich Town
Leeds United
Leicester City
Licerpool
Luton Town
Manchester City
Manchester United
Middlesbrough
Newcastle United
Norwich City
Nottingham Forest
Portsmouth
Sheffield United
Sheffield United (Badge different)
Sheffield Wednesday
Southampton
Stoke City
Tottenham Hotspur
West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United
Wolverhampton Wanderers
York City


Monday, 25 March 2013

Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - Football Teams

Thanks to Bridgeman Art for use of the photo

1891-92
Football Teams
Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News

38


Each sheet contained two team photographs of football teams (association and rugby). These were intended for framing.There was no sheet in the 5 December 1891 issue. Missing information on 5 sheets, if you can help please get in touch.

1.  The Minerva (London Junior Cup) (10-Oct-1891)
2.  The Olympic (17-Oct-1891)
3.  The Novician (24-Oct-1891)
4.  The Heron (31-Oct-1891)
5.  St. Martins Athletic (31-Oct-1891)
6.  The Vulcan (7-Nov-1891)
7.  West End (7-Nov-1891)
8.  The London team v Sussex (14-Nov-1891)
9.  The Sussex team v London (14-Nov-1891)
10.  The Bombay Gymkhands (21-Nov-1891)
11.  The London Caledonians (21-Nov-1891)
12.  Aston Villa (28-Nov-1891)
13.  London Scottish RFC (28-Nov-1891)
--.  - (5-Dec-1891)
--.  - (5-Dec-1891)
14.  Sheffield Wednesday (12-Dec-1891)
15.  The Clarence (12-Dec-1891)
16.  ????????? (19-Dec-1891)
17.  ????????? (19-Dec-1891)
18.  The Canarians (26-Dec-1891)
19.  The 2nd Scots Guards (26-Dec-1891)
20.  Essex County (2-Jan-1892)
21.  The Cavendish (2-Jan-1892)
22.  ????????? (9-Jan-1892)
23.  ????????? (9-Jan-1892)
24.  ????????? (16-Jan-1892)
25.  ????????? (16-Jan-1892)
26.  Preston North End (23-Jan-1892)
27.  Chiswick Park (23-Jan-1892)
28.  ????????? (30-Jan-1892)
29.  Old St. Stephens (30-Jan-1892)
30.  ????????? (5-Feb-1892)
31.  ????????? (5-Feb-1892)
32.  The Ravensbourne (12-Feb-1892)
33.  The Connaught (12-Feb-1892)
34.  The Old Merchant Taylors (19-Feb-1892)
35.  The Oxford (19-Feb-1892)
36.  Grove House (26-Feb-1892)
37.  Eastbourne, winners of Sussex Cup (26-Feb-1892)
38.  Sheffield United (4-Mar-1892)


Sheffield Weekly Telegraph - Ball Star

1947
Ball Star (cut from newspaper)
Sheffield Weekly Telegraph

21 ?

Another of the series of collectible cut-outs from newspapers in the 1940's

1.  Bill Kidd (Chesterfield)
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6.  John Carey (Manchester United)
7. 
8. 
9.  Ted Sagar (Everton)
10. 
11. 
12.  Tom Finney (Preston North End)
13.  Len Goulden (Chelsea)
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18.  Albert Stubbins (Liverpool)
19. 
20. 
21.  Stan Cullis (Wolves)



Cardiff City League Review - Cardiff City Player Postcards




1921-22
Cardiff City Football Review Postcards
Cardiff City Football Review

?

The Cardiff City Football Review was an unofficial publication that was issued for every home game during the 1921-22 season. The above illustration comes from the game against Everton. The club were worried by the competition offered by the Football Review, which contained more readable content and covered some of the other big amateur teams in the area too, like Cardiff Corinthians and Cardiff Albion. They also gave away postcards of the Cardiff City players. The list includes four which includes details of which publication they came with, plus a few others that are known to exist.

12-11-21.  Len Davies (v Ebbw Vale - Welsh League)
19-11-21.  Charlie Brittan (v Everton - Division One)
26-11-21.  Jimmy Nelson (v Aberaman - Welsh League)
03-12-21.  Jimmy Gill (v Sunderland - Division One)


Joe Clennell
Ben Davies
Jimmy Blair
Herbie Evans
Jack Evans
W. Grimshaw
W. Hardy
J. Page
Bert Smith



William Dawber - Footballers


1940s
Footballers
William Dawber, Elton, Bury

9 known

Issued sometime in the 1940s, these very rare small cards were printed with plain backs, but they have been stamped with a logo giving details about the firm of William Dawber. Each card includes a descriptive caption. Only 9 cards are known, but there are probably more

Johnny Carey the inspiration of the Manchester United team
Jimmy Hagan, the scheming inside-forward of Sheffield United
Manchester City captain, Roy Paul
Logie, Arsenal's Scottish inside-right.
Ron Burgess, Spurs' dynamic captain
Burgess, Spurs captain and left half.
Alf Ramsey, Spurs and England right back.
Alex James of Arsenal and Scotland.
Morris, attacking inside-forward of Derby.



Unknown Newspaper - Our Sports Gallery


1940s
Our Sports Gallery
? (newspaper)

At least 40

Printed in an unknown newspaper some time in the late 1940s. This is another example of a newspaper filling a gap in the collecting aspirations of young football supporters in a time when real collectable cards were few and far between. They cover all sorts of sports, not only footballers. The highest number I've seen is no. 39.

1. 
2. 
3. 
4.  Stirling Moss (Motor Racing)
5.  Don Cockell (Boxing)
6.  Billy Wright (Football)
7.  Geoff Duke (Motor Cyclist)
8. 
9.  Chris Chataway (Athletics)
10.  Tom Finney
11.  Sir Gordon Richards (Horse Racing)
12.  Jean Desforges (Athletics)
13. 
14. 
15. 
16.  Dai Dower (Boxing)
17. 
18.  Reg Harris (Cycling)
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27.  Jaroslav Drobney (Tennis)
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32.  Dai Rees (Golf)
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37.  Angela Buxton (Tennis)
38. 
39.  Pat Smythe (Show Jumping)
40. 




Soccer Weekly - T9 2010 World Cup

 T9(12-12)

2010
T9 - 2010 World Cup
Soccer Weekly (China)
12 cards

2010 - T9 - 2010 World Cup

T9(12-1).  Iker Casillas (Spain)
T9(12-2).  Carles Puyol (Spain)
T9(12-3).  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
T9(12-4).  Phillip Lahm (Germany)
T9(12-5).  Maicon (Brazil)
T9(12-6).  Andreas Iniesta (Spain)
T9(12-7).  Xavi Hernandez (Spain)
T9(12-8).  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
T9(12-9).  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
T9(12-10).  David Villa (Spain)
T9(12-11).  Diego Forlan (Uruguay)
T9(12-12).  Vicente Del Bosque (Spain)

Soccer Weekly (China) - 2007 Football Cards (3)

 2007-T

Soccer Weekly (China) - 2007 Football Cards (2)

 2007-2(4-2)
 
 2007-3(2-1)
 
 2007-4(4-3)
 
 2007-5(4-1)
 
2007
2007 Football Cards
Soccer Weekly (China)
?

The list has been updated, and some new photos added.
 
2007-T.  David Beckham

2007-1 - LFP (Spain)

2007-1(4-1).  Raul
2007-1(4-2).  Carles Puyol (LFP)

2007-2(4-2).  Paul Gascoigne (England)

2007-3(2-1).  Paulo Cannavaro (Italy)

2007-4(4-1).  Bobby Moore (England) / Wembley Stadium
2007-4(4-2).  Marco van Basten (Holland) / Munich Olympic Stadium
2007-4(4-3).  David Seaman, Tony Adams (Arsenal) / Highbury Stadium

2007-5(4-1).  Juninho (Olympique Lyonnais)
2007-5(4-2).  Franck Ribery (Olympique de Marseille)

2007-6 - Johan Cruyff

2007-6(3-1).  Johan Cruyff
2007-6(3-2).  Johan Cruyff
2007-6(3-3).  Johan Cruyff
 
2007-7(8-4).  F.C. Internazionale Milano

2007-13(2-1).  Alessandro Del Piero (Golden Foot Award)
 
 

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Panini / Penny Market - Euro 2012 Event Kick Off


2012
Euro 2012 - Event Kick Off
Panini / Penny Market
220 stickers

This collection was issued in Italy and France, a separate collection was issued in the Netherlands.

1.  Euro 2012 album cover
2.  Euro 2012 Logo
3.  Euro 2012 Mascots
4.  Creating History Together
5.  Badge (Poland)
6.  Badge (Ukraine)
7.  Badge (Czech Republic)
8.  Badge (Denmark)
9.  Badge (Germany)
10.  Badge (England)
11.  Badge (Spain)
12.  Badge (France)
13.  Badge (Greece)
14.  Badge (Croatia)
15.  Badge (Italy)
16.  Badge (Holland)
17.  Badge (Portugal)
18.  Badge (Republic of Ireland)
19.  Badge (Russia)
20.  Badge (Sweden)
21.  Damien Perquis (Poland)
22.  Robert Lewandowski (Poland)
23.  Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland)
24.  Giorgos Karagounis (Greece)
25.  Vasilis Torosidis (Greece)
26.  Giorgos Fotakis (Greece)
27.  Alan Dzagoev (Russia)
28.  Michael Kadlec (Czech Republic)
29.  Andriy Arshavin (Russia)
30.  Jaroslav Plasil (Czech Republic)
31.  Aleksandr Kerzhakov (Russia)
32.  Milan Petrzela (Czech Republic)
33.  Gregory van der Wiel (Holland)
34.  Lars Jacobsen (Denmark)
35.  Arjen Robben (Holland)
36.  Thomas Sorensen (Denmark)
37.  Kevin Strootmas (Holland)
38.  Christian Poulsen (Denmark)
39.  Per Mertesacker (Germany)
40.  Ricardo Quaresma (Portugal)
41.  Miroslav Klose (Germany)
42.  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
43.  Mario Gotze (Germany)
44.  Raul Meireles (Portugal)
45.  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
46.  Sebastian Giovinco (Italy)
47.  David Silva (Spain)
48.  Andrea Pirlo (Italy)
49.  Juan Mata (Spain)
50.  Christian Maggio (Italy)
51.  Sean St.Ledger (Republic of Ireland)
52.  Vedran Corluka (Croatia)
53.  Damien Duff (Republic of Ireland)
54.  Luka Modric (Croatia)
55.  Aiden McGeady (Republic of Ireland)
56.  Mario Mandzukic (Croatia)
57.  Olivier Giroud (France)
58.  Ashley Cole (England)
59.  Yann M'Vila (France)
60.  Steven Gerrard (England)
61.  Patrice Evra (France)
62.  Danny Wellbeck (England)
63.  Artem Fedetskiy (Ukraine)
64.  Pontus Wernbloom (Sweden)
65.  Oleh Gusev (Ukraine)
66.  Sebastian Larsson (Sweden)
67.  Artem Milevskiy (Ukraine)
68.  Andreas Granquist (Sweden)
69.  Jose Holebas (Greece)
70.  Daniel Kolar (Czech Republic)
71.  Giogos Samaras (Greece)
72.  Milan Baros (Czech Republic)
73.  Sokratis Papastathopoulos (Greece)
74.  Theodor Gebre Selassie (Czech Republic)
75.  Rafal Murawski (Poland)
76.  Pavel Pogrebnyak (Russia)
77.  Ludovic Obraniak (Poland)
78.  Sergei Ignasievich (Russia)
79.  Marcin Wasilewski (Russia)
80.  Roman Shirokiv (Russia)
81.  Nicklas Bendtner (Denmark)
82.  Helder Postiga (Portugal)
83.  Dennis Rommedahl (Denmark)
84.  Fabio Coentrao (Portugal)
85.  Michael Krohn-Dehli (Denmark)
86.  Joao Moutinho (Portugal)
87.  Rafael van der Vaart (Holland)
88.  Holger Badstuber (Germany)
89.  Dirk Kuyt (Holland)
90.  Mesut Ozil (Germany)
91.  John Heitinga (Holland)
92.  Mats Hummels (Germany)
93.  Giampaolo Pazzini (Italy)
94.  Ivan Rakitic (Croatia)
95.  Daniele De Rossi (Italy)
96.  Darijo Srna (Croatia)
97.  Claudio Marchisio (Italy)
98.  Ivan Perisic (Croatia)
99.  Carles Puyol (Spain)
100.  Richard Dunne (Republic of Ireland)
101.  Cesc Fabregas (Spain)
102.  Robbie Keane (Republic of Ireland)
103.  Xabi Alonso (Spain)
104.  Glenn Whelan (Republic of Ireland)
105.  Olexadr Kucher (Ukraine)
106.  Samir Nasri (France)
107.  Andriy Voronin (Ukraine)
108.  Franck Ribery (France)
109.  Yevhen Konoplyanka (Ukraine)
110.  Loic Remy (France)
111.  Andreas Svensson (Sweden)
112.  Frank Lampard (England)
113.  Olof Mellberg (Sweden)
114.  Wayne Rooney (England)
115.  Johan Elmander (Sweden)
116.  Rio Ferdinand (England)
117.  Tomas Hubschman (Czech Republic)
118.  Slavomir Peszko (Poland)
119.  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
120.  Arkadiusz Glowacki (Poland)
121.  Vaclav Pilar (Czech Republic)
122.  Pawel Brozek (Poland)
123.  Dimitris Salpingidis (Greece)
124.  Aleksandr Anyukov (Russia)
125.  Kostas Katsquranis (Greece)
126.  Konstantin Zyryanov (Russia)
127.  Kyriakos Papadopoulos (Greece)
128.  Yuri Zhirkov (Russia)
129.  Miguel Veloso (Portugal)
130.  Joris Mathijsen (Holland)
131.  Nani (Portugal)
132.  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
133.  Rui Patricio (Portugal)
134.  Ibrahim Afellay (Holland)
135.  Simon Kjaer (Denmark)
136.  Marco Reus (Germany)
137.  Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
138.  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
139.  Michael Silberbauer (Germany)
140.  Lukas Podolski (Germany)
141.  Dejan Lovren (Croatia)
142.  Fernando Llorente (Spain)
143.  Niko Kranjcar (Croatia)
144.  Sergio Busquets (Spain)
145.  Nikica Jelavic (Croatia)
146.  Jesus Navas (Spain)
147.  Riccardo Montolivo (Italy)
148.  Keith Andrews (Republic of Ireland)
149.  Thiago Motta (Italy)
150.  Shay Given (Republic of Ireland)
151.  Andrea Barzagli (Italy)
152.  Kevin Doyle (Republic of Ireland)
153.  Gary Cahill (England)
154.  Andriy Yarmolenko (Ukraine)
155.  Ashley Young (England)
156.  Andriy Shevchenko (Ukraine)
157.  Theo Walcott (England)
158.  Marko Devic (Ukraine)
159.  Ola Toivonen (Sweden)
160.  Florent Malouda (France)
161.  Kim Kallstrom (Sweden)
162.  Philippe Mexes (France)
163.  Andreas Isaksson (Sweden)
164.  Jeremy Menez (France)
165.  Gianluigi Buffon (Italy)
166.  Iker Casillas (Spain)
167.  Peter Cech (Czech Republic)
168.  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
169.  Maarten Stekelenburg (Holland)
170.  Daniel Agger (Denmark)
171.  Giorgio Chiellini (Italy)
172.  John O'Shea (Republic of Ireland)
173.  Pepe (Portugal)
174.  Gerard Pique (Spain)
175.  Andres Iniesta (Spain)
176.  Andrea Pirlo (Italy)
177.  Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
178.  Mark van Bommel (Holland)
179.  Xavi Hernandez (Spain)
180.  Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
181.  Luka Modric (Croatia)
182.  Mesut Ozil (Germany)
183.  Franck Ribery (France)
184.  Wesley Sneijder (Holland)
185.  Karim Benzema (France)
186.  Mario Balotelli (Italy)
187.  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
188.  Mario Gomez (Germany)
189.  Klaas Jan Huntelaar (Holland)
190.  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden)
191.  Thomas Muller (Germany)
192.  Wayne Rooney (England)
193.  Andriy Ahevchenko (Ukraine)
194.  Fernando Torres (Spain)
195.  Robin van Persie (Holland)
196.  Dennis Aogo (Germany)
197.  Sebastian Boenisch (Poland)
198.  Fabio Borini (Italy)
199.  Mathieu Debuchy (France)
200.  Urby Emanuelson (Holland)
201.  Manuel Fernandes (Portugal)
202.  Thiago Alcantara (Spain)
203.  Ireneusz Jelen (Poland)
204.  Aleksandr Kokorin (Russia)
205.  Orestis Karnezis (Greece)
206.  Antonio Nocerino (Italy)
207.  Roberto Soldado (Spain)
208.  Vladimir Gabulov (Russia)
209.  Chris Smalling (England)
210.  David Limbersky (Czech Republic)
211.  Iker Muniain (Spain)
212.  Nelson Oliveira (Portugal)
213.  Giacinto Faccheti (Italy)
214.  Giacinto Facchetti (Italy)
215.  Teddy Sheringham (England)
216.  Teddy Sheringham (England)
217.  Oliver Bierhoff (Germany)
218.  Oliver Bierhoff (Germany)
219.  Rui Costa (Portugal)
220.  Rui Costa (Portugal)