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Three Model Railway Catalogues 1939-40/1967/1970

£24.99

Product description

The three catalogues comprise:

Hornby Book of Trains 1939-40;

Tri-ang, Hornby Railways Catalogue, 1967;

Tri-ang, Hornby, Minic Model Railways & Motor Racing, Ed. 16, 1970.
 
The Hornby Book of Trains 1939-40 includes a listing of the 00 and 0 gauge rolling stock offered with coloured illustrations for each and a short section listing 0 gauge rail and accessories with monochrome illustrations. The book also includes articles about the prominent locomotives in use on Britain's railways. The front cover carries a coloured drawing of an LMS express train travelling at speed and the back an advertisement for the Meccano Magazine. The covers appear to be clean and free from damage. The binding appears to be complete although the two staples show some rust. The pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

The Tri-ang, Hornby Railways Catalogue, 1967 lacks covers, but provides an extensive listing of the locomotives, rolling stock and accessories offered with coloured illustrations of each. The binding is complete, but the two staples show slight signs of rust. The pages appear to be clean and free from damage apart from the outer ones (3 and 30) that show some discolouration.

 The Tri-ang, Hornby, Minic 1970 catalogue again provides an extensive listing of the locomotives, rolling stock and accessories offered with coloured illustrations of each. A price list with prices in both £.s.d. and decimal is enclosed. The multi-coloured front cover carries a drawing of two main-line locomotives being serviced near a water tower together with the title in multi-coloured print. The back carries and advertisement for Frog model aircraft. The covers appear to be clean and free from damage. The binding appears to be complete although the two staples show slight rust.
The pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

Item details

Added value:
Three collectable model railway catalogues
Author(s):
Anon
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1939-40/1967/1970
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Meccano/Rovex Tri-ang

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The three catalogues comprise:

Hornby Book of Trains 1939-40;

Tri-ang, Hornby Railways Catalogue, 1967;

Tri-ang, Hornby, Minic Model Railways & Motor Racing, Ed. 16, 1970.
 
The Hornby Book of Trains 1939-40 includes a listing of the 00 and 0 gauge rolling stock offered with coloured illustrations for each and a short section listing 0 gauge rail and accessories with monochrome illustrations. The book also includes articles about the prominent locomotives in use on Britain's railways. The front cover carries a coloured drawing of an LMS express train travelling at speed and the back an advertisement for the Meccano Magazine. The covers appear to be clean and free from damage. The binding appears to be complete although the two staples show some rust. The pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

The Tri-ang, Hornby Railways Catalogue, 1967 lacks covers, but provides an extensive listing of the locomotives, rolling stock and accessories offered with coloured illustrations of each. The binding is complete, but the two staples show slight signs of rust. The pages appear to be clean and free from damage apart from the outer ones (3 and 30) that show some discolouration.

 The Tri-ang, Hornby, Minic 1970 catalogue again provides an extensive listing of the locomotives, rolling stock and accessories offered with coloured illustrations of each. A price list with prices in both £.s.d. and decimal is enclosed. The multi-coloured front cover carries a drawing of two main-line locomotives being serviced near a water tower together with the title in multi-coloured print. The back carries and advertisement for Frog model aircraft. The covers appear to be clean and free from damage. The binding appears to be complete although the two staples show slight rust.
The pages appear to be clean and free from damage.

Added value:
Three collectable model railway catalogues
Author(s):
Anon
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1939-40/1967/1970
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Meccano/Rovex Tri-ang

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