BAYKO by BAYKOMAN - Recent Additions
Latest Update - January 19, 2019  

This page is particularly intended for regular visitors, to provide a summary of [and, of course, links to!] recent additions or significant changes to BAYKOMAN.COM - hope it helps.
If you have any items which you would like to see included on the site…

I'm now gradually starting a range of services to the BAYKO community, so why not visit the BAYKO BAZAAR  - see what's available…

The Latest Additions to www.baykoman.com
LITTLEWOODS Catalogue entries from 1957 through to 1960…
FREEMANS Catalogue BAYKO entry from Autumn/Winter 1963/1964…
BAYKO in CURRYS, November, 1959…
A new, information rich, MECCANO Trade Letter from January, 1962…
This has had a significant impact on two distinct pages : -
A variety of mentions of BAYKO in the 'GUARDIAN' newspaper…
Thanks to Chris Boutal for unearthing a superb 'BOYS OWN' advert from December, 1936
A look at Cinema Advertising for BAYKO
Thanks to Dave Shore, I have new information on Silverware within J.C. Plimpton's business…
A BAYKO Wall / Window Hanging Display Card from 1949 / 1950
I've also taken the opportunity to update the entire BAYKO Sales Aids page…
A February, 1962 MECCANO General Products Price List, for the Italian market, including BAYKO
I've now added a new feature to the site ALL BAYKO MANUALS are now available to view/read in fully animated form. The animations can be reached from the individual descriptive pages, or directly from the Manuals Navigation page…
Information on that ubiquitous plastic, POLYSTYRENE, used by both Plimpton and MECCANO
A new page sorting out the confusion of the early Post-War BAYKO Manuals…
Some early BAYKO dates for your 2018 Diary…
A MECCANO General Products Price List - in GERMAN(!) - with the earliest mention of sets #14C and #15
A new version of the post-war Information Slip offering to swap Bases if the colour doesn't match your existing ones…
A newly found copper-based Corner Tie, courtesy of Brian Salter
Six new Articles, previously published in the BAYKO Collectors Club Magazine…
Thanks to Roger Spendlove, the first evidence of a broader range of Post-War 'New Series' sets…
Thanks to Heather Monforth, we now know that there were two versions of the Mansion model…
You may also be interested in the history of ALL the official BAYKO Manual Models…

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Latest update - January 19, 2019
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