Collecting Corgi Toys

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Francis Joseph, 2004 - Antiques & Collectibles - 80 pages
The surge in the market for Corgi die-cast collectible toys has caused a demand for accurate, updated information on them - with Collecting Corgi Toys, readers will find everything they're looking for. This reference documents the history of the company and the evolution of its products from 1956 to 1984, and provides essential data and pricing for every toy produced in that time.Over 600 listings for toys and full sets include catalog number, year of introduction, last year produced, colors, identification notes, and current market value in British Pounds and U.S. Dollars. Corgi fans will find all their favorites inside, including racecars, service vehicles, military models, film and TV models, special models and much more. Nearly 150 full-color photos detail the most rare Corgi toys and sets on the market.

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Contents

Introduction
4
Corgi Toys History
5
How To Use The Tables
11
Cars Road Racing and Sports Cars
12
Service Vehicles ambulances buses Police vehicles rescue helicopters breakdown trucks taxis etc
22
Film and TV Related Models
26
Military Models including RAF and US Army vehicles
29
Colour Picture Section
31
Delivery Vans general advertising models
64
Miscellaneous Landrovers jeeps trailers etc
66
Planes including Lintoy production
68
Construction equipment
70
CorgiTronics Series models with electronic action
71
Trucks general commercial vehicles tankers
72
Accessories loads buildings figures etc
75
Corgi Gift Sets
76

Circus Models
61
Agricultural Vehicles tractors and farm implements
62
Special Models exclusive for Marks Spencer
80
Copyright

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