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Mex(1) Construction Sets
Mex(1) was an unusual construction system. The strips etc had slots to the edge on them in addition to holes. This UK system was made in Bavaria in the early to mid 1930s.
Manufacturer / Distributor
W.H. Cornelius 23 Paper Street, London, EC1, UK
Actually made in Bavaria, Germany
Info from the Metal Constructional Systems Database for MEX 
Hole pitch >12.7mm
1933 to known in 1935
--- (Screwed Rods or Bolts are used as axles.)
Bolts: tapered cheese (slotted)
Steel with a Brass finish
Lid has boy with Tower Bridge. Made in Bavaria on No.1 packet. Ni Strips & Wheel Disc with ¼" long slots to edge between holes, & ½" lengthwise slot over some holes. Disc pitch 9.5. Parts joined by N&B or engaging slots.
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