One cigarette card with illustration of Sir George Alexander.
Text on the reverse of the card reads:
Who started life in the City, made his first appearance on the stage in 1879. He was for a time with Henry Irving at the Lyceum, commencing management for himself in 1890. Connected with the St. James' Theatre since 1891, he was of London's most popular actor-managers, with his long list of famous impersonations to his credit. Nor were his interests confined to the stage, for he found time to do much useful public work as a member of the London County Council.
He received the honour of Knighthood in 1911, and has also the dignities of J. P. and L. L. D.