1967 Lincoln International Toy Catalogue
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I have just bought two Lincoln International styrene aircraft kits from a dealer in the US.
First is a 1:43 scale, Aircraft Series No.113 Folland Gnat
Second is a 1:59 scale, Aircraft Series No 115 Venom F.B.4
I intend to build both some day although the decals are DoA and will have to be scanned and reproduced with Lasertrans paper. I would be interested in knowing when they were made (60s/70s would be my guess). Boxes are red and yellow with ‘Made in Hong Kong’ and ‘Made in the British Empire by Lincoln International’.
How they got to the US and ended up with a dealer in Las Vegas would make an interesting tale. Probably taken home by a serviceman from Deep Freeze.
I can submit photos of boxes and contents if desired.
I’ve just bought, at a car boot sale in Belgium, a Lincoln International cushion craft, cat. N° 4631, using IC CELL Battery; it is supposed to float over any smooth surface on a cushion of HAIR! Actually there’s some sort of brush underneath; I haven’t tried it yet.
Could someone tell me more about it.It would be interesting to know how it “landed” in Belgium.
Hello Christian, many cool toys were imported in Belgium . I had the chance to buy some 60s deadstock from various toy shops in Belgium , it was amazing to see all those US, UK and Japanese toys who were imported . Lincoln was among them . Got two of those Lincoln catalogues myself from an old toy store from the Charleroi era . Happy collecting . Thierry
Hi. I’m writing a history of Disc (Frisbee) Golf in NZ and am keen to get some details of the unlicensed Frisbees that Lincoln International used to produce in the 60’s & 70’s.
I’d love some dates and details if that’s possible please.
Thanks in advance.
Just wondering if you have the whole catalogue? I’m a Little Tuppence doll researcher, and I’d love any info that’s there about her.
So interesting and thanks for sharing, wondering if anyone else has examples of Lincoln International dolls and related advertising ?
Hello and thanks for posting these vintage advertisements, I recently saw a clone ken doll called Steve in his original packaging and made by Lincoln International New Zealand, does anyone have an example of this type of doll and or the advertisement of it. I’d appreciate any feedback cheers!
I have a question: Some years ago I was able to buy a kit offered by Lincoln International, of a 1910 Model T Ford in 1/32nd scale. I noticed it was very much like the kits for the same car from Revell/Gowland&Gowland and from two other manfucturers (Merit being one). It was like it was made from the same tooling, BUT, the driver sat on the opposite side of the car, as opposed to the other offerings. Do you know anything about this kit and it there were other kits offered in the antique car catergory? IF you like I could send you a photo of this car too.
I still remember the TV jingle from the 60’s “Boy oh boy, a Lincoln Toy!”
They were certainly the toys to ask for.
I have come across a Toltoy “Trail Bike” Do you have any information on this bike?
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