Any Lledo collecters out there?

  [DELETED] 17:54 21 Jun 2006

I have about 30 Lledo models in their original packaging but they don't seem to have any numbers on them. Unlike Matchbox or Dinky.

Where can I find out what they are and a rough idea on the value?

I have tried the Lledo site (which now appears to be Corgi).

Two of the models I have are Privately commissioned and have a Limited Edition Number Certificate with them.

One in particular I am trying to locate is a Days Gone Grand Hotel Courtesy Car which says Brighton 77 on it. I don't want to open the box in case it spoils the originality of it.

  alB 18:03 21 Jun 2006

Try click here ...alB

  watchful 18:46 21 Jun 2006

There are lots on ebay.

  [DELETED] 18:58 21 Jun 2006

pj123 some listed here click here.

I've got over 100 tucked away in a cupboard. You've just brought back happy memories :-)

  [DELETED] 19:13 21 Jun 2006

A more comprehensive list click here

  [DELETED] 19:32 21 Jun 2006

Thanks for the links Guys. I seem to have some very exclusive models because I cannot see any of them listed on any of these sites.

  [DELETED] 19:42 21 Jun 2006

Just dug out some old catalogues and your Grand Hotel Courtesy Car Brighton 77 could be DG14 004a (brown body cream chassis) or DG14 004b (brown body beige chassis); both of which are 1934 Model A Fords with hood.

  [DELETED] 20:04 21 Jun 2006

pj123 - Listed here short way down second column.

  [DELETED] 20:09 21 Jun 2006

Thanks rezeeg. Both those descriptions fit depending on how you translate cream and beige but still no matches anywhere.

  [DELETED] 20:24 21 Jun 2006

Would have helped if I'd included the link, sorry ;-) click here

  [DELETED] 21:06 21 Jun 2006

Lledo are now a part of the corgi group. I used wo work in a distribution warehouse that handled them, kany items still in Lledo cartons. My only suggestion is an enquiry on the corgi website. hope this is of some use to you.

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