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Default Tobacco Cricket cards etc., what do I have here

I got these in Bath, England probably 22 years ago when I was 12-13 in an antique shop. Went through my parents stuff and finally found them after all these years. Did some minor searching and just wondering 1) what exactly these are and 2) if they are desirable at all. It seems they are pretty common? And not really anything special other than a sweet memory from my trip with my family!

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Nice! I like old Cricket cards. I have the 1928 set, and the Jack Hobbs from the 1934 set, but I haven't seen the third set before. Cricket cigarette cards are delightful, but not usually very valuable. I got the 1928 Wills set and the 1938 Players set earlier this year for about $20 each in good condition, and that includes shipping from Thailand.

Here are links to the checklists for the 1928 and 1934 sets:

https://www.tcdb.com/ViewSet.cfm/sid...ons-Cricketers

https://www.tcdb.com/ViewSet.cfm/sid...lls-Cricketers
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Nice! I like old Cricket cards. I have the 1928 set, and the Jack Hobbs from the 1934 set, but I haven't seen the third set before. Cricket cigarette cards are delightful, but not usually very valuable. I got the 1928 Wills set and the 1938 Players set earlier this year for about $20 each in good condition, and that includes shipping from Thailand.

Here are links to the checklists for the 1928 and 1934 sets:

https://www.tcdb.com/ViewSet.cfm/sid...ons-Cricketers

https://www.tcdb.com/ViewSet.cfm/sid...lls-Cricketers

That's awesome, thank you for the information!

I do have the "grail card" of the Players set (Bradman).
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