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Kliptiko Construction Sets
Kliptiko metal construction sets, made models out of hollow tubes using special clips to join them together. It was made in England from the early 1910s till the Second World War.
Manufacturer / Distributor
William Bailey Ltd, Victoria Works, Weaman Street, Birmingham, UK
Info from the Metal Constructional Systems Database for KLIPTIKO
1913 to known in 1939
Bolts: cheese (slotted)
Steel with a Brass finish
(see comment *1)
Tubes of about 3/8" diameter, also used as Axles, joined by similar tubes with springy forked ends. See also SNAPSTICKS. *1 Bolt plain steel.
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