Dinky Toys 189 Triumph Herald Rare Promotional


Supplied from my own collection.

Supplied by Dinky for Triumph to reflect the original colours being offered to the public for the real version. They were distributed through Triumph dealerships and not as I first thought through Petrol stations to promote the car brands new models of the 2000 & Herald. Provided in various colours in very limited numbers.

Dinky 189  Triumph Herald. Extremely sought-after and difficult to find, this is an all original example of one of the rare Promotional Triumph models. This model is attractively finished in Black & White, black shiny base plate, spun wheels (suspension). glazing. 

It comes in a plain red and yellow panel box with a black spot sticker applied. Possibly a past collectors.

Fully light tested and original.



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Item Condition
Item Condition

Near Mint - Could include small marks or chips from mint. 
Any touch-ins are always 
clearly stated.
(All items graded out of 5)

Item Condition

In near mint condition with minor marks only. Mainly along the top side high edges. Clean spun hubs and black grip tyres and black shiny base plate.

Superb and rare opportunity. A highly prised Dinky.

Box Condition
Box Condition

Excellent Plus - Minor edge wear, starter tears or heavy pricing. Could also be graffiti or tape residue, but good overall.
(All items graded out of 5)

Box Condition

The box is in excellent plus condition. Sound with no damage. Light age colouring. An ‘E’ written to one end flap. No pricing as you would expect.

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