Saturday, 23 November 2013

Topical Times - Scottish League Team Groups

1919-20
Scottish League Team Groups
Topical Times
15 known 

Topical Times was published by D.C. Thomson from their base in Dundee. The first issue was published on 18 October, 1919. In Scotland the magazine gave away team photos of Scottish clubs, I've listed the ones I know, but there may be more. Unfortunately, I don't have any illustrations ot include. There were 22 teams in the Scottish League that season and I've no information on whether team groups were issued for the following clubs: Airdrieonians, Kilmarnock, Ayr United, St. Mirren, Heart of Midlothian, Hamilton Academicals and Albion Rovers.

Celtic - Rangers    - issue dated 18 October 1919
Partick Thistle - Clydebank    - issue dated 25 October 1919
Clyde - Dumbarton     - issue dated 1 November 1919
Queens Park - Morton    - issue dated 8 November 1919
Motherwell - Third Lanark    - issue dated 15 November 1919
Aberdeen - Raith Rovers    - issue dated 22 November 1919
Edinburgh Hibs    - issue dated 6 December 1919
Dundee    - issue dated 20 December 1919
Falkirk    - issue dated 27 December 1919



Topical Times - Cup-Tie Book / The Book of Sporting Records / The World's Greatest Fights


1932?
Cup-Tie Book
The Book of Sporting Records
The World's Greatest Fights
Topical Times
3 booklets

I don't know when these booklets were issued, but I think it may have been some time in 1932. Any more information would be more than welcome. It's another one of those three-in-one supplements, very difficult to find uncut.

Topical Times - Topical Times Football Annual 1931-32


1931-32
Topical Times Football Annual 1931-32
Topical Times
8 team groups

England
Scotland
Ireland 
West Bromwich Albion FC (F.A. Cup Winners)
Arsenal FC (League Champions)
Everton FC
Celtic FC
Third Lanark FC

Clyde F.C. - Clydepix (2)


1972-73
Clydepix
Clyde F.C.
8

Gordon Sydney has add a comment to the original post for this issue:

This card was part of a set issued by Clyde during the 1972/73 season. There is reference to the issue in the club programmes for the season so I could probably narrow it down if you wanted that sort of info. There are eight in total within the set, and images can be found here The Clyde Archive

Eddie Anderson
Peter Botle
Jim Burns
Phil Cairney
Joe McGoldrick
Eddie McGuiness
Sam Miller
Dom Sullivan



D.C. Thomson / The Skipper - THO-765/THO-108 The Winner Football Flags (2)


1934
THO-765/THO-108  The Winner Football Flags
D.C. Thomson / The Skipper
63 flags

An advert from The Skipper's sister paper The Wizard.



Amalgamated Press / The Champion - Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen


1950
Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen
Amalgamated Press / The Champion
64

It's 1950, five years after the end of the Second World War, but there is still a paper shortage. The Champion issued another of their little booklets for collecting photos, but this time the photos were printed on the back page of the story-paper, rather than being included on a separate sheet inserted into the publication. You also needed to buy the album this time, costing all of 1d. The photos are listed below in the order they appeared in The Champion as well as a checklist in numerical order.

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (11-03-1950) #1467

1.  Reg Harris (Cycling - 11-03-1950)
2.  Tommy Lawton (Notts County – 11-03-1950)
16.  Rinty Monaghan (Boxing - 11-03-1950)
19.  Ron Johnson (Speedway - 11-03-1950)
24.  Denis Compton (Cricket - 11-03-1950)
29.  Willie Waddell (Rangers - 11-03-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (18-03-1950) #1468

5.  David Walsh (West Bromwich Albion - 18-03-1950)
9.  Len Hutton (Cricket - 18-03-1950)
10.  Donald Finlay (Athletics - 18-03-1950)
14.  Bruce Woodcock (Boxing - 18-03-1950)
33.  Bert Williams (Wolverhampton Wanderers - 18-03-1950)
40.  Bily Nevitt (Jockey - 18-03-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (25-03-1950) #1469

21.  Jack Parker (Speedway - 25-01-1950)
28.  Stanley Matthews (Blackpool - 25-01-1950)
3.  Jack Milburn (Newcastle United - 25-01-1950)
11.  Peter Wells (Athletics - 25-01-1950)
15.  Dick Turpin (Boxing - 25-01-1950)
46.  Trevor Bailey (Cricket - 25-01-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (01-04-1950) #1470

6.  John Carey (Manchester United - 01-04-1950)
7.  Billy Wright (Wolverhampton Wanderers - 01-04-1950)
32.  Sam Bartram (Charlton Athletic - 01-04-1950)
38.  Gordon Richards (Jockey - 01-04-1950)
45.  Eddie Thomas (Boxing - 01-04-1950)
51.  Arthur Wint (Athletics - 01-04-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (08-04-1950) #1471

31.  Jimmy Cowan (Morton - 08-04-1950)
18.  Tommy Price (Speedway - 08-04-1950)
39.  Edgar Britt (Jockey - 08-04-1950)
44.  Danny O'Sullivan (Boxing - 08-04-1950)
55.  Raich Carter (Hull City - 08-04-1950)
59.  Wilf Mannion (Middlesbrough - 08-04-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (15-04-1950) #1472

25.  Denis Compton (Arsenal - 15-04-1950)
41.  E.P.H.  Smith (Jockey - 15-04-1950)
49.  Jim Langridge (Cricket - 15-04-1950)
53.  G.W.  Nankeville (Athletics - 15-04-1950)
60.  Eddie Quigley (Sheffield Wednesday - 15-04-1950)
62.  Jim Dickinson (Portsmouth - 15-04-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (22-04-1950) #1473

30.  Pat Kelly (Barnsley - 22-04-1950)
20.  Aub Lawson (Speedway - 22-04-1950)
43.  Roley Jenkins (Cricket - 22-04-1950)
57.  Freddie Steele (Mansfield Town - 22-04-1950)
50.  E.  McDonald Bailey (Athletics - 22-04-1950)
36.  Walley Barnes (Arsenal - 22-04-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (29-04-1950) #1474

23.  Bill Edrich (Cricket - 29-04-1950)
27.  Johnny Leach (Table Tennis - 29-04-1950)
35.  John Harris (Chelsea - 29-04-1950)
48.  Allan Watkins (Cricket - 29-04-1950)
58.  Johhny Morris (Derby County - 29-04-1950)
61.  Len Shackleton (Sunderland - 29-04-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (06-05-1950) #1475

17.  Freddie Mills (Boxing - 06-05-1950)
22.  Joe Hardstaff (Cricket - 06-05-1950)
34.  Neil Franklin (Stoke City - 06-05-1950)
37.  Eric Westwood (Manchester City - 06-05-1950)
47.  Alec Bedser (Boxing - 06-05-1950)
56.  Peter Doherty (Doncaster R - 06-05-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (13-05-1950) #1476

4.  Trevor Ford (Aston Villa - 13-05-1950)
13.  Godfrey Evans (Cricket - 13-05-1950)
26.  Victor Barna (Table Tennis – 13-05-1950)
42.  Tom Goddard (Cricket - 13-05-1950)
54.  Ronnie Rooke (Crystal Palace manager, Arsenal colours - 13-05-1950)
63.  Ron Burgess (Tottenham Hotspur - 13-05-1950)

Photo Album of Famous Sportsmen (20-05-1950) #1477

8.  Cyril Washbrook (Cricket - 20-05-1950)
12.  George Dawkes (Cricket - 20-05-1950)
52.  Jack Holden (Athletics - 20-05-1950)
64.  Raymond Mays & B.R.M. Racing Car (Motor Racing - 20-05-1950)

Checklist:

1.  Reg Harris (Cycling - 11-01-1950)
2.  Tommy Lawton (Notts County - 11-3-1950)
3.  Jack Milburn (Newcastle United - 25-01-1950)
4.  Trevor Ford (Aston Villa - 13-05-1950)
5.  David Walsh (West Bromwich Albion - 18-01-1950)
6.  John Carey (Manchester United - 01-04-1950)
7.  Billy Wright (Wolverhampton Wanderers - 01-04-1950)
8.  Cyril Washbrook (Cricket - 20-05-1950)
9.  Len Hutton (Cricket - 18-01-1950)
10.  Donald Finlay (Athletics - 18-01-1950)
11.  Peter Wells (Athletics - 25-01-1950)
12.  George Dawkes (Cricket - 20-05-1950)
13.  Godfrey Evans (Cricket - 13-05-1950)
14.  Bruce Woodcock (Boxing - 18-01-1950)
15.  Dick Turpin (Boxing - 25-01-1950)
16.  Rinty Monaghan (Boxing - 11-01-1950)
17.  Freddie Mills (Boxing - 06-05-1950)
18.  Tommy Price (Speedway - 08-04-1950)
19.  Ron Johnson (Speedway - 11-01-1950)
20.  Aub Lawson (Speedway - 22-04-1950)
21.  Jack Parker (Speedway - 25-01-1950)
22.  Joe Hardstaff (Cricket - 06-05-1950)
23.  Bill Edrich (Cricket - 29-04-1950)
24.  Denis Compton (Cricket - 11-03-1950)
25.  Denis Compton (Arsenal - 15-04-1950)
26.  Victor Barna (Table Tennis – 13-05-1950)
27.  Johnny Leach (Table Tennis - 29-04-1950)
28.  Stanley Matthews (Blackpool - 25-01-1950)
29.  Willie Waddell (Rangers - 11-01-1950)
30.  Pat Kelly (Barnsley - 22-04-1950)
31.  Jimmy Cowan (Morton - 08-04-1950)
32.  Sam Bartram (Charlton Atheltic - 01-04-1950)
33.  Bert Williams (Wolverhampton Wanderers - 18-01-1950)
34.  Neil Franklin (Stoke City - 06-05-1950)
35.  John Harris (Chelsea - 29-04-1950)
36.  Walley Barnes (Arsenal - 22-04-1950)
37.  Eric Westwood (Manchester City - 06-05-1950)
38.  Gordon Richards (Jockey - 01-04-1950)
39.  Edgar Britt (Jockey - 08-04-1950)
40.  Bily Nevitt (Jockey - 18-01-1950)
41.  E.P.H.  Smith (Jockey - 15-04-1950)
42.  Tom Goddard (Cricket - 13-05-1950)
43.  Roley Jenkins (Cricket - 22-04-1950)
44.  Danny O'Sullivan (Boxing - 08-04-1950)
45.  Eddie Thomas (Boxing - 01-04-1950)
46.  Trevor Bailey (Cricket - 25-01-1950)
47.  Alec Bedser (Boxing - 06-05-1950)
48.  A.  Watkins (Cricket - 29-04-1950)
49.  Jim Langridge (Cricket - 15-04-1950)
50.  E.  McDonald Bailey (Athletics - 22-04-1950)
51.  Arthur Wint (Athletics - 01-04-1950)
52.  Jack Holden (Athletics - 20-05-1950)
53.  G.W.  Nankeville (Athletics - 15-04-1950)
54.  Ronnie Rooke (Crystal Palace manager, Arsenal colours - 13-05-1950)
55.  Raich Carter (Hull City - 08-04-1950)
56.  Peter Doherty (Doncaster Rovers - 06-05-1950)
57.  Freddie Steele (Mansfield Town - 22-04-1950)
58.  Johhny Morris (Derby County - 29-04-1950)
59.  Wilf Mannion (Middlesbrough - 08-04-1950)
60.  Eddie Quigley (Sheffield Wednesday - 15-04-1950)
61.  Len Shackleton (Sunderland - 29-04-1950)
62.  Jim Dickinson (Portsmouth - 15-04-1950)
63.  Ron Burgess (Tottenham Hotspur - 13-05-1950)
64.  Raymond Mays & B.R.M. Racing Car (Motor Racing - 20-05-1950)


Unknown issuer - Club Nicknames (2)


1920s??
Club Nicknames
Unknown issuer
6 known

Not long after starting this blog I included some unidentified cards that showed cartoon representations of football club nicknames. I can no add another. There must be more. Perhaps I should list them as nicknames, as the Magpie shown previously, could refer to Notts County or Newcastle United

Derby County
Leicester City
Luton Town
Notts County/Newcastle United
Swindon Town
West Ham United


Friday, 22 November 2013

D.C. Thomson / The Rover - Football Club Colours (2)


1948-49
Football Club Colours
D.C. Thomson / The Rover
159

Bob Thomas has sent in a scan relating to this collection, giving the reason why Leytonstone appears twice in the collection.



B.A.B. / Northern Trancessories - Football Clubs (3)


1970s
Football Clubs
B.A.B. / Northern Trancessories
Unknown number

Mike McIntyre has sent in a scan of the Burnley sticker from this collection.

Burnley
Chelsea
Leeds
Manchester City
Notts Forest
Tottenham
West Ham

Topical Times - Football Followers Guide


1929
Football Followers Guide
Topical Times
2 booklets

Topical Times issued a large number of booklets. Here are two not previously covered...

Football Followers Guide - Part 1 - 31 August, 1929
Football Followers Guide - Part 2 - 14 September, 1929



Cardiff City F.C. - Cardiff City Player Photos


2013-14
Cardiff City Player Photos
Cardiff City F.C.
26 

For the last few seasons Cardiff City has been selling postcard-sized photos of the playing squad. This season the photos are slightly larger, measuring 5" x 7".

1.  David Marshall
2.  Matthew Connolly
3.  Andrew Taylor
4.  Steven Caulker
5.  Mark Hudson
6.  Ben Turner
7.  Peter Whittingham
8.  Gary Medel
9.  Andreas Cornelius
10.  Fraizer Campbell
11.  Peter Odemwingie
12.  John Brayford
13.  Kim Bo-Kyung
14.  Tommy Smith
15.  Rudy Gestede
16.  Craig Noone
17.  Aron Gunnarsson
18.  Jordon Mutch
19.  Don Cowie
20.  Joe Mason
23.  Nicky Maynard
28.  Kévin Théophile-Catherine
32.  Joe Lewis
39.  Craig Bellamy
42.  Declan John
Malky Mackay (Manager)

Players with squad numbers, but not issued

21.  Joe Ralls
22.  Craig Conway
24.  Simon Lappin
25.  Kevin McNaughton
26.  Filip Kiss
27.  Etien Velikonja
30.  Maximiliano Amondarain
31.  Ben Nugent
33.  Simon Moore
40.  Kadeem Harris
41.  Adedeji Oshilaja
46.  Rhys Healey

Topps - 2014 MLS (3)


2014
2014 Topps MLS
Topps
USA
10 card subset

Topps have announced that there will be a Mexican national team subset in next years MLS collection. 10 cards featuring such players as Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez and Giovani dos Santos. Mexico recently qualified for next year's World Cup by beating New Zealand in a play-off.


Boys' Magazine - BOY-460/BPM-4 Famous Footer Clubs


1926-27
BOY-460/BPM-4 Famous Footer Clubs
Boys' Magazine
24

A set of very colourful cards, in the style of the older Baines cards.

Arsenal - J. Brain
Aston Villa - F. Moss
Birmingham - F. Womack
Bolton Wanderers - E.T. Vizard
Burnley - J.H. Hill
Cardiff City - F. Keenor
Celtic - W. McStay
Chelsea - J. Priestley
Clapton Orient - R. Gavigan
Everton - H. Hart
Fulham - L. Oliver
Heart Of Midlothian - J. White
Leeds United - T. Townley
Liverpool - E. Longworth
Manchester City - F. Roberts
Manchester United - F. Barson
Partick Thistle - J. Gibson
Portsmouth - W.W. Haines
Preston North End - T. Hamilton
Sheffield United - H. Johnson
Sunderland - W. Clunas
Swansea Town - J. Sykes
Tottenham Hotspur - A. Grimsdell
West Ham United - J. Hebden


Topical Times - 1500 Football Stars And All About Them


1938
1500 Football Stars And All About Them
Topical Times
1 booklet

Topical Times issued a large number of booklets. This one was included with the issue dated 20 August, 1938.

1500 Football Stars And All About Them

Thursday, 21 November 2013

D.C. Thomson / The Rover - Football Club Colours


1948-49
Football Club Colours
D.C. Thomson / The Rover
159

Readers were advised to stick the cover of the magazine to card and cut out all the individual Football Club Colours. The illustrations continued for another 6 issues, over the course of the season.


No. 1216, dated 28 August, 1948


Blackpool

Preston North End
Southampton
Belfast Celtic
Glasgow Rangers
Huddersfield Town
Arsenal
Dundee
Nottingham Forest
Norwich City
West Ham United
West Bromwich Albion
Cardiff City
Aberdeen
Leeds United
Manchester United
Exeter City
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Carlisle United
Northampton Town
Hibernian
Tottenham Hotspur
York City
Sheffield United

No. 1220, dated 2 October, 1948


Motherwell

Blackburn Rovers
Charlton Athletic
Ipswich Town
Hull City
Sheffield Wednesday
Bradford (Park Avenue)
Stockport County
Sunderland
Glasgow Celtic
Walsall
Queens Park
Manchester City
Bristol City
Bolton Wanderers
Tranmere Rovers
Plymouth Argyle
Newport County
Chester
Aldershot
Queens Park Rangers
East Fife
Notts County
Arbroath

No. 1224, dated 6 November, 1948


Halifax Town

Hearts
Crystal Palace
Brentford
Leicester City
Doncaster Rovers
Chelsea
Patrick Thistle
Derby County
Aston Villa
Portsmouth
Coventry City
Cowdenbeath
Swindon Town
Swansea Town
Hamilton Academicals (Accies)
Barrow
Crewe Alexandra
Rochdale
Burnley
Gateshead
Stoke City
Dundee United

No. 1228, dated 18 December, 1948


Falkirk

Derry City
Alloa Athletic
Barnsley
Fulham
Runcorn
Mansfield Town
Leith Athletic
Everton
Torquay United
Scunthorpe United
Reading
Stirling Albion
Leytonstone (red and white stripes)
Queen of the South
Glentoran
Wales
Millwall
Rotherham United
Darlington
Cheltenham Town
St. Johnstone

No. 1232, dated 22 January, 1949


Airdrie

Chesterfield
Liverpool
Montrose
Merthyr Tydfil
Dunfermline Athletic
Ireland
Accrington Stanley
Colchester United
Bury
Cliftonville
Kilmarnock
Clyde
Workington
Leyton Orient
Brighton & Hovce Albion
Trowbridge Town
Leyton Orient
Third Lanark
Southport
Ards
Watford

No. 1236, dated 26 February, 1949

Forfar Athletic

Stenhousemuir
Birmingham City
Dartford
Luton Town
Distillery
Scotland
Bradford City
Coleraine
Newcastle United
Bristol Rovers
Oldham Athletic
Ballymena United
St. Mirren
Morton
Guildford City
Gillingham
Bromley
Port Vale
Dumbarton
Linfield
Leytonstone (red and white hoops)
Grantham

No. 1240, dated 2 April, 1949



Albion Rovers
Middlesbrough
Grimsby Town
England
Hartlepools United
Portadown
Bishop Auckland
Raith Rovers
Edinburgh City
Brechin City
Lincoln City
Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic
Yeovil Town
Southend United
Ayr United
Banbury Spencer
Bangor
Horsham
East Stirling
Wimbledon
Glenavon

Alphabetical order:

Aberdeen

Accrington Stanley
Airdrie
Albion Rovers
Aldershot
Alloa Athletic
Arbroath
Ards
Arsenal
Aston Villa
Ayr United
Ballymena United
Banbury Spencer
Bangor
Barnsley
Barrow
Belfast Celtic
Birmingham City
Bishop Auckland
Blackburn Rovers
Blackpool
Bolton Wanderers
Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic
Bradford (Park Avenue)
Bradford City
Brechin City
Brentford
Brighton & Hovce Albion
Bristol City
Bristol Rovers
Bromley
Burnley
Bury
Cardiff City
Carlisle United
Charlton Athletic
Chelsea
Cheltenham Town
Chester
Chesterfield
Cliftonville
Clyde
Colchester United
Coleraine
Coventry City
Cowdenbeath
Crewe Alexandra
Crystal Palace
Darlington
Dartford
Derby County
Derry City
Distillery
Doncaster Rovers
Dumbarton
Dundee
Dundee United
Dunfermline Athletic
East Fife
East Stirling
Edinburgh City
England
Everton
Exeter City
Falkirk
Forfar Athletic
Fulham
Gateshead
Gillingham
Glasgow Celtic
Glasgow Rangers
Glenavon
Glentoran
Grantham
Grimsby Town
Guildford City
Halifax Town
Hamilton Academicals (Accies)
Hartlepools United
Hearts
Hibernian
Horsham
Huddersfield Town
Hull City
Ipswich Town
Ireland
Kilmarnock
Leeds United
Leicester City
Leith Athletic
Leyton Orient
Leyton Orient
Leytonstone (red and white stripes)
Leytonstone (red and white hoops)
Lincoln City
Linfield
Liverpool
Luton Town
Manchester City
Manchester United
Mansfield Town
Merthyr Tydfil
Middlesbrough
Millwall
Montrose
Morton
Motherwell
Newcastle United
Newport County
Northampton Town
Norwich City
Nottingham Forest
Notts County
Oldham Athletic
Patrick Thistle
Plymouth Argyle
Port Vale
Portadown
Portsmouth
Preston North End
Queen of the South
Queens Park
Queens Park Rangers
Raith Rovers
Reading
Rochdale
Rotherham United
Runcorn
Scotland
Scunthorpe United
Sheffield United
Sheffield Wednesday
Southampton
Southend United
Southport
St. Johnstone
St. Mirren
Stenhousemuir
Stirling Albion
Stockport County
Stoke City
Sunderland
Swansea Town
Swindon Town
Third Lanark
Torquay United
Tottenham Hotspur
Tranmere Rovers
Trowbridge Town
Wales
Walsall
Watford
West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United
Wimbledon
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Workington
Yeovil Town
York City


Amalgamated Press / The Champion - AMC-32 Champion Album of Famous Footballers' Autographs and Photographs


1937
AMC-32 Champion Album of Famous Footballers' Autographs and Photographs
Amalgamated Press / The Champion
1 booklet

This booklet included printed photographs of footballers, with spaces, either on that page or on the facing pages, for autographs cut from sheets provided free with the magazine.

England's Centre-Forward
S.F. Tilson (Manchester City)

Popular Captains
J. McIlwane (Southampton)
Alex. James (Arsenal)

Brilliant Right-Backs
G.E. Shaw (West Bromwich Albion)
F. Channell (Tottenham Hotspur)

Hot-Stuff Left-Halves
W. Kingdon (Aston Villa)
E. Keen (Derby County) 
J. McClelland (Bradford)
S. Weaver (Newcastle United)

Scottish Internationals
J. Dealney (Celtic)
A. Massie (Aston Villa)
G. Brown (Rangers)

Crack Inside-Lefts
F. O'Donnell (Preston North End)
J.F. Easson (Portsmouth)
J.N. Cunliffe (Everton)
H. Houghton (Bristol Rovers)

Arsenal "Big Gunners"
W.J. Crayston (Arsenal)
E.R. Bowden (Arsenal)
G. Male (Arsenal)

Expert Defenders
W.G. Roughton (Huddersfield Town)
W. Milne (Swansea Town)
H. Trentham (West Bromwich Albion)

Welsh Internationals
L. Jones (Coventry City)
T.P. Griffiths (Aston Villa)
R. John (Sheffield United)

Celebrated Centre-Forwards
A. Lythgoe (Huddersfield Town)
D. Wilson (West Ham United)
N. Dewar (Sheffield Wednesday)
W.J. Harthill (Everton)

Touchline Flyers
R. Spence (Chelsea)
J. Milne (Arsenal)
E. Toseland (Manchester City)

Noted 'Keepers
R.A. Scott (Burnley)
J. Gilfillan (Portsmouth)
H. Holdcroft (Preston North End)

Super Centre-Halves
A. Rowe (Tottenham Hotspur)
H. Betmead (Grimsby Town)
W. Millership (Sheffield Wednesday)

English Internationals
R.J. Birkett (Middlesbrough)
S.Smith (Manchester City)
G. Hodgson (Liverpool)
R. Guerney (Sunderland)
E. Sagar (Everton)

Aston Villans'
H. Morton (Aston Villa)
D. Blair (Aston Villa)
D.J. Astley (Aston Villa)

Great Goal-Getters
T. Bamford (Manchester United)
R. Finan (Blackpool)
R.S.L. Allen (Charlton Athletic)

Famous Left-Backs
C.E. Shaw (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
A. Feebury (Notts County)
H. Jacobson (Doncaster Rovers)
A.M. Keeping (Fulham)

Star Outside-Rights
I.M. Hopkins (Brentford)
S. Matthews (Stoke City)
A. Geldard (Everton)

Wizards of Ball Control
E. Dodds (Sheffield United)
J. Hallows (Bradford City)
H. McMenemy (Newcastle United)
E. Matthews (Bury)

Superb Inside-Rights
J. Marshall (West Ham United) 
T. Walker (Hearts)
E. O'Callaghan (Leicester City)

They Cost Fortunes in Transfer Fees
J. Bruton (Blackburn Rovers)
J.P. Allen (Aston Villa)
E. Drake (Arsenal)

Tip-Top Outside-Lefts
J.W. Ruffell (West Ham United)
L.B. Fishlock (Southampton)
W. Evans (Tottenham Hotspur)
H. Hobbis (Charlton Athletic)

? Mills (Aberdeen)
Anderson (Hearts)
MacFayden (Motherwell)

Renowned Right-Halves
C. Britton (Everton)
J.D. Gibson (Aston Villa)
A.H. Strange (Bradford Park Avenue)

Two Footballing Brothers
G.W. Milburn (Leeds United)
J. Milburn (Leeds United)

Fine Goalies
A. Tootill (Fulham)
D. Yuill (Millwall)


Topical Times - The Cup-Tie Book / The Sportsman's Almanac for 1936 / The Young Player's Who's Who


1920s/30s
The Cup-Tie Book
The Sportsman's Almanac for 1936
The Young Player's Who's Who
Topical Times
2x3 booklets

Topical Times issued a large number of booklets. These were printed in one large insert and the booklets had to be separated with a scissors.

The Cup-Tie Book  - 11-01-1936
The Sportsman's Almanac for 1936  - 11-01-1936
The Boxer's Who's Who  - 11-01-1936

The Young Player's Who's Who  - 18-01-1936
The Argument Book  - 18-01-1936
The Sporting Joke Book  - 18-01-1936

Topical Times - TOP-180-1/TOA-18-1 Great Players ~ Close-Ups of the Stars (2)


1939
TOP-180-1/TOA-18-1 - Great Players - Close-Ups of the Stars
Topical Times
24

Two interesting Topical Times covers.

Topical Times - The New Who's Who of 2000 Football Stars


1920s/30s
The New Who's Who of 2000 Football Stars
Topical Times
6

Topical Times issued a large number of booklets. Here are some of them not previously covered...

The New Who's Who of 2000 Football Stars - Part 1 - 02-09-1933
The New Who's Who of 2000 Football Stars - Part 2 - 09-09-1933


Rockwell Publishing - Classic Football Teams Before the First World War


2000
Classic Football Teams Before the First World War
Rockwell Publishing
10

Rockwell Publishing have issued many sets of cards, including quite a few football ones. 

This set is available in four different versions:

Trade card size with coloured border
Trade card size with white border
Cigarette card size with coloured border
Cigarette card size with white border

1.  Blackburn Rovers 1884-1891, 1911-1914
2.  Aston Villa 1887-1914
3.  Preston North End 1888-1893
4.  Everton 1904-1909
5.  Sunderland 1891-1902
6.  Sheffield United 1896-1902
7.  Liverpool 1898-1906
8.  Tottenham Hotspur 1900-1901
9.  Newcastle United 1904-1911
10.  Manchester United 1907-1911