Lovely clean and bright example of this scarce Isobloc Autocar finished in silver and blue with matching blue ridged wheels. A nice black metal ladder with no rust running up the back end .
Light tested for touch ups. None identified.
Dinky Toys Pre-War 036f 4 Seater Tourer with Driver
Available for sale from my own long standing personal Dinky collection.
Rare Pre-War model
Here is a very scarce 4-seater Salmson in two tone green (green over dark green) with driver. It has black smooth wheels and smooth white tyres.
A rare and sought-after model. This piece is now over 80 years old.
One of 12 variations available from my personal collection.
This is a scarce version only issued immediately post war for one year only of this Fraser Nash sports car. It comes in royal blue with a blue interior, black smooth wheels & tyres, a clear windscreen (now broken-base inside), a solid steering wheel and a lacquered smooth shiny base plate with domed rivets.
There is no box as this model is sold from a shop-keepers box of six models.
Supplied from my personal collection.
This is a later version in grey with red seating, matching red ridged wheels, clear windscreen, 4 pronged black metal steering wheel and black smooth tyres, and bright brake light. Most examples came without a brake light.
There is no box as this model was sold from a shop keepers box of six models.
Here is a very scarce 39 series Oldsmobile model two tone in US export colours, taken from my own collection and which I have owned for many years. Recently stock checking my collection I have found a number of duplicates and have made these available for sale. This example is finished in cream with tan wheel arches and with black ridged wheels and black original smooth tyres with no flats.
A reasonable example. Very scarce colour and export model. Rare late US Export Issue.
Announcing a "Diecast Gem" American classic in all over cream with green ridged wheels. This is a very scarce US Export. The base plate has an open towing cut out. Never an easy model to find in any condition. It comes Unboxed as sold from a shop keepers box of six models.
This model became one of six American classic cars, affectionately known as the 39 series. The Chrysler was original launched in the pre war period 1939 alongside the other 5 models and eventually came to the end of its life in 1952. In 1950 each model was given special liveries for the US export market and three of these models were painted in two tones including the Chrysler. The US exports have become particularly sought after and when in really good condition fetch a premium. This model is one of those.
Very rare. It would be hard to find a better model. Museum quality.
Supplied from a Somerset collection. 'A Diecast Gem' Museum Piece.
Here is the finest example of this Pre War aircraft I have ever seen. For the Pre-War enthusiast or aircraft connoisseur this will be a tempting sight. This fine little aircraft is the 'Amy Mollison' version of the Percival Gull Monoplane. Finished in blue and silver and with registration G-ADZO with black wheels and bare metal propeller.
It comes in its original box with original tissue and includes the 'Gliding Instruction' leaflet with hanging arm.
Rare to find in this condition and with all accessories and its box. Aircraft measures a mere 53mm from tip to tail.
Such a delightful early Dinky model, it is hard to resist it – such amazing condition too!
Light tested and not a sign of interreference or touching up. A model to treasure.
This model is finished in metallic deep red with a white interior. It has silver spun wheels black smooth tyres and working suspension.
It comes in a yellow picture box.
Light tested and totally original.
A beautiful example of the Hillman Minx. Later base with large writing hence 154 not 40f. Hillman Minx cast to the roof underside.
A stunning model.
Light tested and small enhancement creating a red rear brake light above number plate.
This is the scarcest colour variation of this popular Dinky model in gloss white and fawn wheels, black smooth tyres and a 157 printed base plate. So hard to find this colour, this is a very nice example.
A superb and scarce two tone lowline Ford Forder in pink over blue with blue ridged wheels, later 'M' tyres and tail lights. It has a mottled 170 base plate.
It comes in a yellow picture box with correct end spots.
Light tested and no touch-ins observed.
Here is a scarce scarlet red issue 193 NSU Prinz with lemon interior silver spun wheels and fine black treaded tyres. All completely original.
Complete with a very nice box and leaflets.
Light tested and totally original.