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Corgi 1/50 Sentinel United Africa P T 80007

Sentinal Platform Wagon, Trailer & Load - United Africa. In 1923 Sentinel produced the prototype 'Super' wagon at their Shrewsbury works. No.5256 was completed in 1924 and was among the last of the Sentinels at work commercially, at that time owned by the United Africa Company
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(Prod Ref #4142)
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Corgi 1/50 Charringtons Sentinel Steam Dropside Wagon and Trailer 80009

Sentinel Dropside Wagon with Trailer & Sacks - Charringtons. Over the years John Charrington and his 4 ancestors (all named John) amalgamated and traded with numerous partners and, as the biggest Coal Merchants in London, have received 8 Royal Warrants.
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(Prod Ref #6729)
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Corgi 1/50 Anker V. Garrett Tractor steam Traction Engine Model 80307

Corgi's 80307 Garrett 4CD Steam Road Tractor & Flatbed Trailer - Anker Valley. Built in 1920 a typical tractor design in every way,Garrett features are the big 'G' motif on the smoke box,' Victor' was delivered to Sadler Bros. of Stourbridge and hauled steel to the Birmingham area and timber to Somerset until the 1930s.
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Available from shops: Gloucester: 1(explain)
(Prod Ref #6264)
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Corgi 1/50 Johnson & Co Sentinel Flatbed Wagon CC20003

Each model in the Vintage Glory collection has been carefully researched and is a true representation of the original wagon or engine, some of which survive to this day.The dedication of many enthusiasts worldwide has ensured that this bygone period in history of road transport is never forgotten
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Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Plymouth: 1(explain)
(Prod Ref #55506)
MRP: £39.99
Antics Price: £35.00


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Corgi 1/50 Sentinel E C Gransen & Co Ltd with trailer CC20004

The highly successful 5 tonner was replaced by the "Super" in around 1920, and a direct development the DG4 appeared in 1926.This was quickly followed by a six wheeler (DG6) and a four axle version in 1929.This was called the first British "eight legger" as though in practise it carried no more than a six wheeler because of weight restrictions at the time 


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(Prod Ref #58153)
MRP: £49.99
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Corgi 1/50 1925 Foden C Type Enterprise CC20206

A new company was formed in 1887, Edwin Foden Sons & Co.Ltd, and development work commenced on Edwin's idea of a superior steam wagon.This took longer than anticipated but by the 1901 war office trials a design had been produced which was to set the standard of steam wagons for the next tweny five years.Edwin Foden died on the 31st August 1911, being succeeded by his sons William and E.R


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Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Coventry: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1(explain)
(Prod Ref #58156)
MRP: £39.99
Antics Price: £34.00


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Corgi 1/50 Burrell Showmans Philadelphia No. 3414 1912 CC20515

Built in 1912 and delivered new to Wareham station for Joseph Smith of Shirley, Southampton, this engine was put straight to work powering his gallopers fun fair ride. Following his death, the engine and ride were operated for several years by his family, who later sold both to well-known ?riding master? Alfred James Bartlett of Fordingbridge. His family operated the engine until the beginning of WWII when it was requisitioned for war work and placed with the local agricultural contractors, William Everett and Sons of Gussage, All Saints. The engine was used in agriculture until around 1948 when it was laid up in an open fronted shed where it remained for the next 48 years. Philadelphia was discovered by the present owners in 1966, when tentative negotiations for its purchase commenced. However it was not until January 1999 that the transaction was completed. Philadelphia is believed to be the last genuine showmans engine in the world to be rescued for preservation from its last commercial owner. It is now owned by John and Brenda Newton.
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(Prod Ref #89997)
MRP: £64.99
Antics Price: £57.50

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