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Details of Dinky 260 Morris J Royal Mail Van

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Nigel
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Maestro
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John Cruickshank
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John Cruickshank
Dinky 260
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Nigel
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Nigel
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Nigel
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Peter Leach
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Peter Leach
Dinky 260
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Peter Leach
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Peter Leach
Dinky 260
Dinky 260
Peter Leach
Dinky 260
Dinky 260
Peter Leach
Dinky 260
Dinky 260
Peter Leach
Dinky 260
Dinky 260
Peter Leach
Dinky 260
Dinky 260
Peter Leach
Dinky 260
Dinky 260
Peter Leach
Dinky 260
Dinky 260
Peter Leach
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Peter Leach
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Graham Williams
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Graham Williams
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Graham Williams
Dinky 260
Dinky 260
Graham Williams

The Dinky Morris J Royal Mail Van. Released in May 1955 and freatured on the back of that months Meccano Magazine. Also produced in a number of other guises like No 465. It was also supplied as part of Gift Set 299 which included figures, a telephone box and a post office telephones van. The original price was 3/- . It was available in red finish. Released as Dinky 260 in 1955 withdrawn as Dinky 260 in 1961.

Base:

tin plate base

Markings:

Royal Mail

Model features:

2 tone paint

Origin:

Made in England

Packaging:

cardboard box

Vehicle make:

Morris

Vehicle model:

J

Vehicle type:

van

Wheels:

cast ridged hubs, plain rubber tyres

Windows:

no windows

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  • Thanks to Graham Williams
  • Thanks to John Cruickshank
  • Thanks to Maestro
  • Thanks to Peter Leach