Links to Some Other Great Web Pages...
Red Rose of Canada's Website! Just my cuppa!
Yes, Red Rose has their own website! It is full of tips on making a great cup of tea, has a super history on Red Rose as well as tips and a lot of other fun stuff! It is a great site and they sell a great product! Check it out!
Red Rose of the US
Yup, they are finally on the scene. Red Rose of the US has a website! It is
nice and the people are helpful. Slightly stilted toward Wades but I am biased.
They are still great people and it is a great site... oh yeah, did I mention
their product makes a nice cuppa? Check it out!
Dave Hart's Sell Off is Over
It was a great sale with wonderful one-of-a-kind Brooke Bond items
representing David's collecting for a lifetime. As of December of 2006, the site
is gone. David mentioned that the balance of his stuff will be seen on
eBay... while it lasts!
Franklin Cards (unfortunately,
Franklyn Roberts does not appear to have a site any more)
Probably the best resource for cigarette cards in Cyberspace.
Updated monthly, this site has everything a cigarette card collector could hope to find.
The Card Mine - "Specialist in European Trade Cards & Chromos from the late 19th to Mid 20th Century (both Sport & Non-Sport). Regular Auctions of approx 1000 lots available via the website plus Card Location Service and many other card-related features."
My favorite section of the Card Mine is the Introduction to Card Collecting It's a great reference that is well worth the reading
Check out his web page. He has older Tobacco Inserts Cards, Trade Cards and General Paper Ephemera. Besides, he's a great guy, too! Tell him Bill say's "Hi!"
Cartophilic Society of Great Britain
Check out this British Cyberspacing, card collecting society. They have a lot of reference material, publications, auctions and links. Check it out!
The aim of Mark Knowler's site is to provide comprehensive information for Brooke Bond tea card collectors.
This site is run by Debbie Carriere. She shows pics of all of the cards,
tells you what's up for variations and gives an interesting breakdown of
Memories of J. Lyons
This great Lyon's tea and Bakery site is run by David Lawrence. If you are a
fan of Lyon's, it is a must-see... or is that a must-click? Either way, check it