Diecast Collector - July 2024

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New Corgi Releases! Reaching new heights as the latest models in the extensive Corgi range are announced. Plus, all your regular favourites in the new July issue of Diecast Collector.

On Sale: 04/06/2024

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News and events - What's happening in the world of diecast collecting. 
Toy Tales - Ed Karswell ponders the wonderful world of model collecting.
Corgi Through the Years - Rick Wilson continues his series of year-by-year articles from the beginning of the Corgi brand in 1956.
A-Z of Diecast - In which Alwyn Brice continues his series, leafing through the alphabet of diecasts.
Collecting by Numbers - Charting the evolution of the Matchbox Superfast range during the Lesney years, from 1969 to 1982.
Top Vintage Model - DTCA Chairman, Michael Driver, picks another vintage favourite from Dinky.
Dear Editor - Your diecast-related questions shared.
Toy Fair Times - News of upcoming events that you might want to put in your diary. 
A female perspective - Hazel Ralston considers the world of model collecting, through different eyes...

What's New - Six pages of new model reviews.
Coming soon from Corgi! - We highlight a small selection of new releases in the latest model catalogue...

Marking 60 years of Majorette - Alex Winson, collector and blogger went out to Germany to help celebrate a big birthday...
Majorette Muller Volkswagens - Mike Pigott looks at a pair of promotional Volkswagens produced by Majorette for a German drugstore chain.
Post-War British clockwork cars - Andrew Ralston finds out how several British toymakers combined diecast construction with clockwork mechanisms. 
Fast Czech - Francisco Mota looks at the Skoda’s evolution in motor sport, through a collection of diecasts representing rally cars.
Feathers in our cap - part 2 - Nigel Robertshaw takes a look at the contemporary 1960s and 1970s toys and models inspired by Guy Motors vehicles.
Stamp cover for Fun Ho! - Christopher Moor discovers that the reach of Fun-Ho! went further than just diecast toys and models. 
Little and Large - In which Steve Coles compares models of the same car... but in differing scales!
Corgi TV & Film - One of the successes of the Corgi Toys range during the 1960s was the introduction of diecasts modelled after cars appearing in popular TV series and movies. Here Gijs Noordam tells us more.

Auction news - Highlights around the auction rooms and online this month. 
Online results - We help you to put a value on your collection, with a look at recent online auction results. 
Price Guide - Value your collection with auction results from around the country. 

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