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Lesney's Matchbox Toys: The Superfast Years, 1969-1982, with Price Guide epub

by Charlie Mack


Lesney's Matchbox Toys: The Superfast Years, 1969-1982, with Price Guide epub

ISBN: 0764333216

ISBN13: 978-0764333217

Author: Charlie Mack

Category: Home and Hobbies

Subcategory: Antiques & Collectibles

Language: English

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Ltd; 3rd Revised ed. edition (April 28, 2009)

Pages: 240 pages

ePUB book: 1785 kb

FB2 book: 1854 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 664

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For those of you who like the Superfast matchbox cars, you'll like this book. It gives a good comprehensive guide to the cars as well as their value. Only not their scale.

For those of you who like the Superfast matchbox cars, you'll like this book.

Written as a sequel to another popular volume, Lesney's Matchbox Toys, Regular Wheel Years, 1947-1969 (Schiffer, 1992), author Charlie Mack has compiled clear color illustrations of the toys and accurate text to identify all the variations in details which make each toy so recognizable and collectible today.

The Superfast Years, 1969-1982 - The most popular die cast toys in the world, Matchbox metal vehicles took on a new look in 1969 with the introduction of the Superfast line, and this new book documents them all.

Schiffer Publishing Lesney's Matchbox Toys: The Superfast Years, 1969-1982 - The most popular die cast toys in the world, Matchbox metal vehicles took on a new look in 1969 with the introduction of the Superfast line, and this new book documents them all. The diversity of these tiny toys is truly amazing. Written as a sequel to this other popular. Other Books You May Enjoy! The Big Book of Tin Toy Cars: Passenger, Sports, and Concept Vehicles. Ron Smith & William C. Gallagher. Hot Wheels® 1968-1972: Includes the Gran Toros™ History and Pictures. Corgi Juniors and Husky Models: A Complete Identification and Price Guide.

Lesney's Matchbox Toys book

Lesney's Matchbox Toys book.

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The successful result is now presented in the largest book on Matchbox Toys ever produced - so big it is two volumes that celebrate 35 years of Matchbox Superfast production with over 7000 color photos and over 10,000 listed variations! The detailed, beautiful photographs are a great.

The successful result is now presented in the largest book on Matchbox Toys ever produced - so big it is two volumes that celebrate 35 years of Matchbox Superfast production with over 7000 color photos and over 10,000 listed variations! The detailed, beautiful photographs are a great assistance to collectors for identification and color reference. The Variation Listings, found in Volume 1, are arranged alphanumerically by product numbers, making location and cross-referencing easy.

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Very outdated book. Photos are super low resolution and so over-color saturated that the book is useless in determining actual colors or color variations. Absolutely no provenance for supposed rarities and prototypes. Big disappointment.
The book was as advertised. It wasn't the easiest to interpret and could have been laid out far better in my opinion. A lot of photos but not a lot of information overall. Once I put some time in I figured out what the author was trying to express. An overall good reference to a new collector like myself.
For those of you who like the Superfast matchbox cars, you'll like this book. It gives a good comprehensive guide to the cars as well as their value. Only not their scale.
As described. Thank You
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THIS GIVE'S ME JUST WHAT I NEEDED....THANKS....SONNY
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This book helped me some. It did not cover all the cars I have to see which may have a value, but that was my error in not searching out the limits of what was covered.