BAYKO by BAYKOMAN - Recent Additions
Latest Update - March 29th, 2017

This page is for regular visitors to provide a summary of [and links to!] recent additions or changes to BAYKOMAN.COM - hope it helps.
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The Latest Additions to www.baykoman.com
I believe that Chris Boutal's recently unearthed post-war 'New Series' set #1 is very significant as it has identified an entirely new production period, and has necessitated a lot of work editing the site!
There has been a knock-on effect on many pages, but the key new ones are...
A photo, from Gary Birch showing a probable Plimpton Employee - and a Company Van...
Three new pages all related to Chris Boutal's newly discovered Post-War 'New Series' set...
Thanks to Andrew Lance of the HORNBY RAILWAYS Collectors Club for a 1963 MECCANO Retailers letter...
An Italian MECCANO Products Flier - also advertising BAYKO...
Another printing error in a BAYKO manual - spotted by David Finan...
A revamp of the Information Slips section, to include Glazing Materials...
Thanks to Roger Spendlove, a new version of the 20s series manual...
An update on the range of Display Model Signs...
A May, 1961 BAYKO Parts Price List, with prices already on the way up...
A new October 27th, 1955 Retailers Card, with updated BAYKO set prices...
A new BAYKO Part Reorder form from 1958...
A double-sided MECCANO era Reorder Form...
July, 1961 - two very unusual, typed, working documents triggered by a 10% Purchase Tax Surcharge...
Two official MECCANO era Photographs that I've just acquired...
Oswald-Sealy 1955-56 Wholesale Catalogue Price List - Australia - with BAYKO as its centrefold...
In the pink - with the MECCANO Club - now even Nerdier...
A new BAYKO Parts Price List from 1948...
 
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