In 1962, Ray Wilson played for England in the World Cup Finals in Chile; as a result, many cards this year featured him as a Town player, an England player, or both.
Editora J. D. Campos (Brasil), 'Campeonato Mundial de Futbol 1962' blank-backed unnumbered paper trade
There was also a similar Peruvian release for this set in a different cover (below).
Editoria Vecchi (Brazil) - 'Futebol Mundial 1962' blank-backed trade card
The cards can be found numbered (on the front) and without a number.
'VALIANT' comic 'League Ladders' team tab
You can see my collection of team tabs HERE
A. & B.C. Gum 'Bazooka Footballers' trade card [Trade Ref: ABF-10)
Quaker Oats Cereals 'World Cup Footballers' unnumbered plain back trade card [Trade Ref: ZJ9-5)
Barratt & Co. Ltd. 'Famous Footballers (Series A.10)' trade cards (Trade Ref: BAR-72)
D.C. Thomson & Co. Ltd. 'Famous Teams In Football History (2nd Series) (Hotspur)' unnumbered trade card (Trade Ref: THO-204)
An extremely rare uncut '4-card' as issued (but reduced in size here to fit it in!)
D.C. Thomson & Co. Ltd. 'Cup Tie Stars Of All Nations' unnumbered trade card (Trade Ref: THO-202)
Typhoo Tea Ltd. 'Famous Football Clubs (1st series)' plain back trade card (Trade Ref: SUM-43)
H. B. Langham & Co., 'The Legible Soccer Diary'
(The publishers got the players' names wrong way around)