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British Automatic Transportation History of Transport 1948 History of Transport 1948 K24 -
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History of Transport 1948

History of Transport 1948

British Automatic - K24 in set

£15.00

British Automatic Transportation Speed 1949 Speed 1949 K24 -
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Speed 1949

Speed 1949

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£15.00

British Automatic Military & Armed Forces Warships of The World 1950 Warships of The World 1950 K24 - British Automatic, who were founded in 1887, manufactured coin operated machines for dispensing sweets and weighing people as well as the type of equipment found in amusement arcades on piers. For 42 years they had the contract for supplying machines used on British railway station platforms as well as public buildings. The weighing machines operated by standing on the base and inserting money and then a card would be dispensed with a date and your weight in stones and pounds. The other side would usual have a picture or horoscope. These cards feature colour pictures of warships on the front whilst the numbered backs have instructions and company name and a space in the middle for date and weight. The card backs contain a variety of different weights and dates whilst some have the space left blank. The fronts are captioned with the name of the vessel, tonnage and the country to which it belongs. The British entries are destroyer HMS Agincourt, submarine HMS Taciturn, cruiser HMS Superb, aircraft carrier HMS Implacable and battleships HMS Vanguard and HMS Howe. Size 54 x 28mm
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Warships of The World 1950

Warships of The World 1950

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£24.00

British Automatic Railways British Locomotives 1948 British Locomotives 1948 K24 - British Automatic, who were founded in 1887, manufactured coin operated machines for dispensing sweets and weighing people as well as the type of equipment found in amusement arcades on piers. For 42 years they had the contract for supplying machines used on British railway station platforms and public buildings. The weighing machines operated by standing on the base and inserting money and then a card would be dispensed with a date and your weight in stones and pounds. The other side would usually have a picture or horoscope. In this case the cards feature colour pictures of British locomotives such as a King class “King George V”, “Lulworth Castle a GWR Castle class, a diesel car of the GWR, an electric loco named “John Wycliffe, the sleek 7P class “City of Edinburgh”, a Princess Coronation class named “Duchess of Sutherland”, the world famous A4 class “Mallard”, the “Golden Arrow” London-Paris boat train and the Merchant Navy class “Channel Packet. The numbered backs contain instructions for weighing yourself, company name and a space in the middle for date and weight. The card backs contain a variety of different weights and dates whilst some have the space left blank. Small but beautifully formed these cards are size 55 x 28mm.
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British Locomotives 1948

British Locomotives 1948

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£25.00

British Automatic Railways Famous Trains of the World 2nd Series 1952 Famous Trains of the World 2nd Series 1952 K24 - British Automatic, who were founded in 1887, manufactured coin operated machines for dispensing sweets and weighing people as well as the type of equipment found in amusement arcades on piers. For 42 years they had the contract for supplying machines used on British railway station platforms and public buildings. The weighing machines operated by standing on the base and inserting money and then a card would be dispensed with a date and your weight in stones and pounds. The other side would usually have a picture or horoscope. In this case the cards feature colour pictures of famous trains from around the world, all are overstamped “weight daily”, including British Railways “Devon Belle”, the Western Australian Government Railway “Boronia”, a Canadian Pacific Railway diesel-electric train, the Danish “Englanderen”, French “Blue Bird Express”, German “Flying Hamburger, an Italian State Railway electric train, South African “Royal Train”, Swiss “Red Arrow” railcar, and Union Pacific Railroad “City of Portland”. The numbered backs contain instructions for weighing yourself, company name and a space in the middle for date and weight. The card backs contain a variety of different weights and dates whilst some have the space left blank. Small but beautifully formed these cards are size 54 x 29mm.
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Famous Trains of the World 2nd Series 1952

Famous Trains of the World 2nd Series 1952

British Automatic - K24 in set

£30.00

British Automatic Dogs and Pets Dogs 1st Series (Front with Weigh Daily across picture) 1953 Dogs 1st Series (Front with Weigh Daily across picture) 1953 K32 -
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Dogs 1st Series (Front with Weigh Daily across picture) 1953

Dogs 1st Series (Front with Weigh Daily across picture) 1953

British Automatic - K32 in set

£32.00

 
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