From card 941 upwards we come across what collectors – and more importantly dealers! – refer to as the ‘higher number’ cards which fetch almost treble the price of their lower brethren. As a result, some of these cards are quite hard to find.

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  • A lot of these cards appear without a team name; in such cases there was usually a little piece of paper glued to the back naming the team, but many of these have since been removed.
  • John Northcutt has pointed out that card 1224 Nash is actually Denyer and card 1226 Denyer is in reality Nash. (December 2017)

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