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Above: the front and back of the 1958 A B & C Card
This card was issued by A. & B. C. Gum in the UK in 1958. It is card number 18 from a set of 70 entitled "Who-Z-At Star?". The front of the card shows an artist drawn photographic type representation of Patrick McGoohan in "Danger Man". The back of the card has a biographical text. The card was included as a premium in packs of Gum and is an original card issued in the year stated.

Above: the front and back of the 1961 A B C Card
This card was issued by A & B.C. Gum in 1961. This is an unnumbered card from a set of 40 entitled "Fotostars". The front of the card shows a photographic type representation of Patrick McGoohan, Bruce Forsyth and Hughie Green. The back of the card has biographical text for each Star. The card was included as a premium in packs of Gum and is an original card issued in the year stated.

Above: the front and back of the 1962 A B C Card
This card was issued by A.B.C. (Cinemas) in 1962. It is card number 3 from a set of 10 cards entitled "Colorstars (3rd series)". The card was given as a free premium to cinemagoers visiting the A.B.C. chain of cinemas. The front of the card shows an artist drawn representation of Patrick McGoohan (I suspect in 'Danger Man' rather than 'Prisoner' mode), while the back of the card has details of the cinema's club for youngsters. This is an original card issued in the year stated.

Above: the front and back of three Spanish cards
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Above: the front and back of another Spanish card
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Above: the front and back of yet another Spanish card
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