Trade cards are paper items given away as a promotional device with another product such as cigarettes or tea. In the United States these cards were often given away by the merchant selling the item, while in Europe the cards were typically packaged with the item being sold. Cards may have been created as either a single card or as part of a set to be collected.
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Specializes in cards from a variety of sources organized by dog breed.
Cigarette Card Inserts
Offers a range of sets from most major British manufacturers. Located in the UK.
Supplies for cigarette and tobacco trade cards. Also United Kingdom first day covers Royal Mail, 4d Post, Cotswold, and Stuart covers.
Dealer specializing in Liebig cards. Includes examples of albums, menu cards, and list of card sets. Located in Belgium.
Cigarette card and trade card collectors information service. Includes introduction, auction, fair dates, and items for sale.
Leocard Thematic Phone Cards
Sells thematic cards and phone cards.
The London Cigarette Card Company
Supplier of cigarette cards, trade cards, collector, and baseball cards. Includes listings and collecting information. Located in the UK.
The Movie Card Website
Includes pictures, checklists, and sales lists for thousands of movie star cigarette cards and other movie star trading cards.
Pat O'Connell Cigarette Cards
Features cigarette cards, trade cards, Liebig cards and teacards.
The Trade Card Place
Offers Victorian trade cards that advertised American goods and services in the late 1800s.
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