Timothy Edwards - Meccano

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I have just found your site. An avid reader from 1943 to 1957, I was pleased to find my name and photo of my prize-winning jet fighter (MM, March 1954, page 142)!

Added: December 6, 2010
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Very interesting site. The years rolled back to being ten years old again. Bliss.
Thank you for all your very hard work.


Added: December 5, 2010
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Hi,I have recently received a 1975 Meccano 100 piece construction set made in Liverpool,England.It has never been used and is still in the packaging.I would like to find out its value before I let my sons enjoy.Thanks

Added: December 1, 2010
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Have had a lot of fun perusing your site - it is well-organized and a wonderful place to escape to.

Added: November 14, 2010
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loved looking at the old meccano magazines from the first one two the war and what was happening in meccano world when i was born. great site.
love it!
tony


Added: October 7, 2010
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Added: September 20, 2010
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Wonderful effort and this will be greatly appreciated by both builders and collectors I'm sure. I hope you plan to populate the earlier years as well.
Would it be possible also to create a page which represents the entire individual manual and print code information from the data you already have?
Kind regards from Canada, Kevin.


Added: August 22, 2010
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Hi Tim
I posted to this list previously but it hasn't registered. I visited Largs many times to play golf back in 1976-78 when I was based in Greenock. I bought my first #10 set from a toy shop under the railway bridge in Glasgow (no longer there). Re your PR's my manual scan of 1937 #5 is 13/1037/10(2P). I no longer have the manual however to verify. Barry


Added: August 17, 2010
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Wonderful site, many thanks for setting it up.
I would intereted in reading Meccano pricing sheets 1934-1948, do you know anywhere they may be found?


Added: August 12, 2010
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Hi

My scan of the 1937 # 5 has a print code 13/1037/10 (2P). I think that is one that you require confirmation of. Regret I no longer have the manual only the scans and the front page has been replaced with a generic page as the original was too badly damaged.

Barry


Added: August 12, 2010
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