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Wild Flowers (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by John Markham F.R.P.S.B2
Out Into Space by A. HunterB3
Bird Portraits (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by C. F. Tunnicliffe R.A.B4
British Wild Life by Frances PittB5
Wild Flowers Series 2 (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by C. F. Tunnicliffe R.A.B6
Freshwater Fish by E V PettsB7
African Wild Life by Charles Frederick TunnicliffeB8
Tropical Birds by Charles Frederick TunnicliffeB9
Asian Wild Life by Charles Frederick TunnicliffeB10
British Butterflies (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Richard WardB11
Wildlife in Danger by Peter ScottB12
Wild Flowers Series 3 (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by C. F. Tunnicliffe R.A.B13
Butterflies Of The World . Brooke Bond Picture Cards. by Richard WardB14
Wild Birds in Britain by Charles Frederick TunnicliffeB15
Transport Through the Ages (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Arthur G BourneB16
Trees in Britain by Michael YouensB17
FLAGS & EMBLEMS OF THE WORLD by R. O. DENNYSB18
British Costume (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Madeleine Ginsburg B.A. A.M.A.B19
The History of the Motor Car (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Peter HullB20
Famous People 1869-1969 by Angus McBrideB21
The Saga of Ships (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by George NaishB22
The Race into Space (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Kenneth GatlandB23
Prehistoric Animals (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Dr. Alan Charig M.A. Ph.D. F.L.S. F.G.S. F.Z.S.B24
History of Aviation (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Michael WilsonB25
Adventurers and Explorers (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Timothy SeverinB26
The Sea - our other world by Kendall McDonaldB27
Inventors and Inventions (Brooke Bond Picture Cards) by Ken RoscoeB28
Wonders of Wildlife by Maurice WilsonB29
Play Better Soccer by Don RevieB30
Police File by Alan AustinB31
Vanishing Wildlife by Graeme SimsB32
Olympic Greats by Tony DuffyB33
Woodland Wildlife by Heather AngelB34
Small Wonders by Heather AngelB35
Queen Elizabeth I - Queen Elizabeth II by John CooperB36
Features of the World by Brigadier George HardyB37
The Chimps AlbumB39
Unexplained Mysteries of the World by Robert J M RickyardB40
Discovering our Coast by David LeonB42
The Magical World of DisneyB43
A Journey Downstream with British Riverside Wildlife by Stephen LingsB44
Olympic Challenge 1992 by Paul RichardsonB46

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Series description

Collectors' albums for picture cards issued with Brooke Bond teas (latterly PG Tips) in the UK between 1954 and 1999.

Catalogue numbers 38 and 41 will be missing, because these series ('Incredible Creatures' and 'The Language of Tea' respectively) were issued with wallcharts but no albums.

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