The Queen’s Corgies

Not the four-legged ones, but the four-wheeled ones. Even cuter than the doggies, I’d say.

Upon further research, I don’t think these were really the Queen’s, so we will probably have to adjust some of the billboards that we bought. Maybe Prince Andrew’s? Definitely some royal lineage represented here. Very well-preserved.

We’re going to try and corral some more of these 1950s and 60s-vintage 1:43 Corgis onto the lot, as they have been known to fetch quite a few quid in this condition, even without the boxes. Here we have a No. 337 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Stock Car and a No. 245 Buick Riviera, both made in England during the 1960s, and pampered at some royale garage ever since.

We’re going to have to discuss those decals at some point.

New Batch of Lesneys

Quite a haul. Nice stuff. A small bit of paint damage – most in what we call Excellent Condition (see the explanation of terms over on your right). No super rare ones as far as I know, but I don’t know that far. Experienced collectors could do themselves some favors by sorting through my inventory and checking for whatever jewels might be laying on the ground over there, ready to be plucked. No doubt I’ve sold some highly sought-after pieces for the proverbial penny, simply because I am a stupid, stupid man. My ignorance is your opportunity. Maybe we will paint that on the water tower.

No. 45 Vauxhall Victor, made in 1958