These pages are a collection of odd pictures
and trivia about llamas.
(They are not for sale, they are simply for your entertainment.)
This card was issued in Australia
by W. D. & H. O. Wills Ltd. in 1922.
t is card number 19 from a series of 50 cards
entitled Zoological Series.
The card was given as a free premium
with the purchase of a pack of 20 Vice Regal
or Three Castles cigarettes.
This card was issued in the UK by John Player & Sons in 1938.
It is card number 13 from a set of 25 cards entitled Zoo Babies.
The front of the card shows an attractive artist drawn
representation of a llama and baby.
The card was given as a free premium with the purchase
of a pack of 20 Player’s cigarettes.
This trade card was issued in 1922
by W.D. & H.O. Wills.
This alpaca card was issued in the UK
by J. A. Pattreiouex Ltd. in 1925.
It is card number A188 from a set of 50 cards
known as Animal Studies.
These two cards were issued by Gallaher in 1921 in a series titled Animals and Birds of Commercial Value.
The above trio of trade cards was issued by Horniman’s Tea, Harden Bros. (tea)
and Kane Products Ltd. (confectionery) in the years between 1954 - 61.
The two larger cards depict llamas, the small one, guanacos.
This trade card was issued by Jacob’s Biscuit Co. in 1924
on the theme of the zoo.
The same card was issued by Typhoo Tea Ltd. in 1932.
This trade card was issued in 1926
by Wills Cigarettes.
This card pair was issued in the UK by R. & J. Hill Ltd. in 1924.
They are card numbers 25 and 47 from a set of 50 cards entitled Zoological Series.
The fronts of the cards show artist drawn representations of a llama and alpaca.
This card was issued overseas by the British American Tobacco Co. Ltd. (B.A.T.) in 1917. It is an unnumbered card from a set of 32 cards known as Transport of the World. The front of the card shows an artist drawn representation of Llamas for draft and saddle.
These next two trading cards are interesting as they are in stereo.
If you put your face about ten inches away,
you may be able to view it in 3-D.
The anaglyph versions on the left
can be viewed in 3-D with red/blue glasses.
This stereoview card was issued by the British American Tobacco Co. in 1928. It is card number 47 from a set of 50 cards entitled Nature Studies. The card was given as a free premium with the purchase of a pack of 10 cigarettes.
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