|The picture below shows a larger view of all (15) ©1965 Freddie & The Dreamers Bubble Gum Non Sports Trading Cards in this lot. There are no duplicates in this lot. The backs of the cards have puzzle pieces. The cards have black & white pictures of Freddie and The Dreamers. These are from a set of (66) cards. The front of each card has a number and they are marked as follows:|
FREDDIE AND THE DREAMERS
Collect all 66 cards and place backs together to make a giant autographed photo of Freddie & the Dreamers.
©1965 P.T.A. - (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)
The card numbers included in this lot are as follows:
#1, #6, #14, #17, #19, #22, #29, #30, #33, #35, #57, #59, #60, #61, & #62.
All of these for one price! The cards each measure 2-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. We are not card graders and these cards are not graded, but they appear to be in mint condition as pictured.
Below here, for reference, is some additional information about Freddie & the Dreamers:
Freddie and the Dreamers
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Origin: Manchester, England
Genres: Beat, pop, rock and roll
Years active: 1963 - 2000
Labels: Columbia (EMI) (UK); Capitol, Tower, Mercury (US)
Past members: Founding members: Freddie Garrity, Roy Crewdson, Derek Quinn, Peter Birrell, & Bernie Dwyer
Later members: Alan Rose, Kev Ryan, Trev Bullock, Giorgio Uccellini, Alan Mosca, Brian Byng. Steve Smith, John D.D. Williams, Denis Smith, Tony Brooke, Stuart Simpson, Ritchie Madden, Spencer Montgomery, Paul Atack, Andy Wells, Gary Smith, Gary Rudd, John Denny jnr, Paul Maddern, Hugh Whitaker, Noel Walsh, Keith Roberts, Ray Barlow, Eamonn Carr, Nick Foti, Alan Edmundson, & Simon Clarke
Freddie and the Dreamers were a British band that had a number of hit records between May 1963 and November 1965. The band's stage act was enlivened by the comic antics of the 5 foot 3 inch tall Freddie Garrity, who would bounce around the stage with arms and legs flying. The group remained active until December 2000 and a final gig at Margate Winter Gardens. After that date, Garrity was told by his doctor that due to his pulmonary hypertension it was not advisable for him to continue working, and he officially retired from all work in February 2001. He died in Bangor, North Wales, on 19 May 2006.