Sadly, I currently have no BAYKO documents from the Portuguese BAYKO market, however, I do have a little information, which strongly suggests that BAYKO was, in deed, available to our oldest ally.
Thanks to Chris Reeve for this information.
Chris has acquired an early post-war set #1 from Portugal which has the yellow green Windows, bright white and red Bricks and an almost crimson Canopy…
…of particular interest, is the colour of the bases which are almost translucent and an intriguing 'duck-egg green' colour.
The manual is the early version printed for set #0 to set #2 but without the U.K. price on the front or the internal price lists - as Chris says, “like the Sun Newspaper it goes straight to the models on page 3”.
Clearly the set was intended for export and was acquired from Portugal, but I suppose we can't be absolutely certain that it was actually sold in Portugal, it could have got there in an ex-pat's luggage…
…then again, we can't prove that it wasn't either!!!
Seriously, when added to the information from the Lebanon, it seems clear that, given government encouragement, BAYKO was on the export trail immediately after the war - no mean achievement given the materials shortages at the time.
If you have any information on the Portuguese BAYKO market then I'd love to hear from you…
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