A set of attractive
self-adhesive PVC stickers of First Division stars, produced in non-fade
waterproof colours. These are very rare, with very few known to have survived.
Northern Trancessories, based in Leeds, seems to have had an understandable
bias for clubs around their area, as can be seen from the image gallery.
I'm sure that there are a lot more of these to be discovered. If you are
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A set of attractive self-adhesive PVC stickers
of First Division clubs, almost certainly produced at the same time as the
'Stars' depicted above. These badges have been seen in the shop display
shown below, hence the name of the set. Note though, that the club
badges below (with the spotted soccer ball) have also been seen sold in the same shop display, raising
questions about which set is actually the soccer clubs.
A set of attractive self-adhesive PVC
stickers of First Division clubs. It would be reasonable to assume that
this was a set of 24, coinciding with the two sets above, except that
Huddersfield Town is known to exist. Huddersfield were promoted to the
First Division in May 1970, suggesting perhaps that Northern
Trancessories was still around at that time.
A mystery set, having the same designs as the set above, but with gold
centres rather than the spotted soccer ball. Huddersfield Town is again
known to exist (with thanks to
Huddersfield Town website), raising questions about when this set
was sold. Alan Jenkins'
Cartophilic Info Exchange blog has more images from this set.