In modelling was apparently still popular enough for Airfix to publish an Airfix Catalogue – – English (collection Arie Lodder) What’s new at WWW. Airfix other in scale No, Twelfth Edition is a NEW tool released in | Contents, Reviews, History + Marketplace | Catalogues. However, I did pick up several of the early light blue catalogue leaflets but I . It was reprinted in June and a small “R” was stamped next to the price.
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There were two issues, one with prices and caalogue without. The page numbers referred to the 17 th catalogue. Both have on the front. Since there was not another price rise that year see CS19 presumably one leaflet was sufficient. This catalogue was slightly unusual in that it seems to have lasted two years.
There were three issues. However, I did pick up several of the early light blue catalogue leaflets but I cannot say for certain whether they were included in the catalogue.
The listing was identical to the price list and was clearly intended to be a counter-top leaflet. Notable were the 1: The 1 st edition still appears in kit adverts in Airfix Magazine until Decemberwhen the 3 rd Edition was caralogue The catalogue was now A4 size and was printed in landscape mode. The first came in two versions: There were two copies, with and without prices. The layout was similar to the previous one s but the extra space allowed for national insignias and airline markings.
More kits were doubled up to allow new ones to be inserted.
Oddly the Golden Hind is not listed in either leaflet despite being in the catalogue. It ran to 32 pages, including covers and measured mms by mms. The early catalogues, 1 st to 5 th Editions also had special non-illustrated leaflets included in them. They are not shown in the 3 rd Edition price list.
This was the first catalogue to feature the Type 4 logo although all the boxtops inside were Type 3. The inside covers featured colour reproductions of some the new Type 3 paintings. Since I started collecting Airfix paperwork in miduntil recently I did not have a copy. A fifth leaflet which was also labelled had the 6 th edition catalogue and leaflet on the back. The first featured extra kits plus the three new Airfox Doubles and the Dennis Fire Engine, which was moved to Series 5.
It was announced in Airfix Magazine for September Only 3 kits are listed as not being in the catalogue. The only difference apart from the colour and cataloguw of Woolies was the price of the paint packs — only 1 shilling 5p airfixx Woolworths!
There were a few extra kits listed and they were slightly larger than the yellow one at mms by mms. There were three issues of the leaflet. With so many new kits it is surprising that a new catalogue was not produced, presumably a colour insert was cheaper.
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I expect that there were four runs to cater for the longer period of the catalogue. The layout of the rest of the catalogue was different to the previous ones but was still in black and white. Only one leaflet was produced, the 1 st Edition. It still stated over kits, but no mention was made of glue in series 3, 4, 5 and 6 kits see CS The prices had also been increased. They were available with and without prices. Several 4 page landscape mode leaflets were issued at around the same time, the front page of which incorporated the inside page of the 2 nd Edition, including the ‘thoughtful’ small boy.
Inside was a new four page leaflet in yellow mms xirfix mmsslightly larger than the blue ones. All the leaflets were the same size A4.
Two were issued which had slightly different prices due to a small reduction in Purchase Tax see CS As far as I can tell it was unaltered from the 1 st but contained separate price increase inserts see CS Cata,ogue one of each I have a separate insert with new prices on and these were both reproduced in CS