Triang Hornby Rovex trains model railways FS

Triang Hornby: v. 2: Rovex Story (Tri-Ang Series , Vol 2) in new condition,large landscape format, 519 pages .
Really comprehensive reference to the Rovex years, masses of quality
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Also for sale we have the following:-
The Golden Years of Tin Toy Trains 1850-1909 by Paul Klein Sciphorst,brand new,in original slipcase, 360 pages,very heavy book.
The ultimate vintage train book, packed with high quality illustrations (and text) on the great early model train makers.
This book is both an education and a visual delight. No collector, however advanced, will have seen all the trains and accessories pictured. This book has been some 6 years in the making and has around a 1000 specially taken photographs of tin toy trains from their beginnings in the early 19th century up to about 1910, when scale began to dominate over naive charm.
Items have been chosen and photographed by the well-known Dutch collector Paul Klein Schiphorst from European, British and American collections with an emphasis on the unusual, so there are plenty of items by the early German makers Lutz, Rock & Graner, Plank, Schönner and Parisian makers such as Maltête, Faivre and Tantet & Manon as well as the well known classics by Bing, Märklin and Carette.
and this great commemorative on Bassett Lowke Bassett-Lowke Railways ,A Commemorative Edition,with original slipcase, (slipcase a bit battered),large landscape book, 136 pages.
No 2405 of a limited edition of 5000,to commemorate the companies participation in the Flying Scotsmans tour of the USA 1969.
Scarce book, covering the ""New" line, Boiler fittings, Gauge IV and III ,Gauge II ,Gauge I ,American railroads ,Gauge O, Stationary steam plant,Misc. items,Old catalogues section etc.
Please take a look at our other auctions for more interesting and unusual items of this sort.
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