I just bought a large quantity of six-chip Osram Ostar LEDs. They have six white chips connected in series, just feed them up to one amp for several hundred lumens of white light.
Because these are now obsolete, they are not as efficient as later model LEDs, but can be around 40 lumens per watt. Maximum current is 1 amp, or around 20 watts of input, so these MUST be used with suitable heatsinking!
Datasheet for the 5600k version of the Ostar LEDs is here, this seems to be the only datasheet available. This listing is for a neutral white, which may vary from 4000k to 5500k.
For a suitable mains driver, click here and for a suitable heatsink, click here.