BAYKO Parts List - 1939 to 1941
'New Series'

Detailed below are the complete parts lists for the BAYKO sets from the production between 1939 and 1941, which bore the legend 'New Series'.
New Series set 5 model of a church
This marked the culmination of a significant period of transition for BAYKO and built on the innovations of the 20s series sets.
I hope you find this useful - if you've spotted an error in the list or want to debate any of the figures...
Sets remained in the red, white and pale green colour scheme.
This was the last production period before the war with no further changes to the range until the post-war period.
Detatched Bungalow made from 'New Series' parts with extremely rare white Bay Window Cover
These sets saw the launch of several new parts which are highlighted in yellow in the main table [below].
This is the only printed mention, that I can find, of the actual Screw Size...
The Small Roof was renamed the Medium Roof 'to make room' in the list for the new Small Roof.
Windows were re-modelled in "cruciform" style.
Some time, almost certainly late 1941, production ceased to focus on the war effort.
There is some debate as to whether or not Wall Capping was included in the #6 Set. They weren't included in the parts list but they were used for some of the demonstration models shown in the manual. Chris Reeve bought an 'unadulterated' set with these quantities in. Can you clarify this, or confirm the correct number included. If so...
The only other evidence I can find, which suggests they were included, is from features in 'Games & Toys' and 'Toy Trader'.
 
Front Cover of both versions of the New Series manuals
There are 2 versions of the 'New Series' manual...
The first page of models from the New Series model cards
There was also a set of model plan cards...
You may want to know more about the full range of BAYKO manuals, if so...
 
There was one last change [below] in 'New Series' BAYKO set contents, which was instigated as a matter of necessity, caused by wartime material shortages...
The 1940 leaflet announcing the switch from Tie Bars to Floors
...as shown by the slip [right], Tie Bars were replaced by Floors...
...fancy thinking warships were more important than BAYKO!
 
Around 1940, there was a brief flirtation with Hollow Rods in an attempt to save scarce raw materials.
 
Click on any of the highlighted set numbers below [e.g. #2] to see a photo of the set.
 
 
Part No.
BAYKO Part Description
Standard Sets
Conversion Sets
#4
#6
#5C
1B
Base (Small)
2
2
3
4
6
8
 
1
1
2
2
3
Large Roof      
1
1
1
   
1
   
2
Medium Roof  
1
1
1
1
1
1
       
28
Small Roof
1
1
1
1
1
1
         
27
End Bricks - Red
6
6
10
12
16
24
 
4
2
4
8
27
End Bricks - White
10
10
17
20
32
56
 
7
3
12
24
4
Bricks - Red
18
22
38
40
48
94
14
16
2
8
46
4
Bricks - White
10
16
30
40
60
140
6
14
10
20
80
5
Half Bricks - Red
2
2
2
2
4
4
     
2
 
5
Half Bricks - White
13
14
22
25
51
60
1
8
3
26
9
5L
Long Bricks - Red
4
4
4
4
8
8
     
4
 
5L
Long Bricks - White
2
2
4
6
8
12
 
2
2
2
4
26
Curved Bricks - Red
2
4
6
8
12
16
2
2
2
4
4
26
Curved Bricks - White
1
2
3
4
6
8
1
1
1
2
2
8
Doors
2
3
3
4
5
6
1
-
1
1
1
7
Windows
8
10
17
18
38
48
2
7
1
20
10
7L
Large Windows
2
2
2
2
4
4
     
2
 
25
Curved Windows
1
2
3
4
6
8
1
1
1
2
2
19
Bay Window Cover  
1
1
2
2
2
1
 
1
   
15L
Pillars
2
2
4
4
6
8
 
2
 
2
2
10
Chimneys
1
1
1
1
2
2
     
1
 
12S
Steps (Straight)    
2
4
6
8
 
2
2
2
2
11
Arch      
1
1
2
   
1
 
1
9
Canopy
1
1
1
1
2
2
     
1
 
21
Turret - Curved          
4
       
4
22
Turret - Square          
4
       
4
23
Turret - Straight - Long          
6
       
6
23S
Turret - Straight - Short          
6
       
6
16/3
Wall Capping - 3-Hole - White          
6
       
6
16/6
Wall Capping - 6-Hole - White          
6
       
6
16/9
Wall Capping - 9-Hole - White          
6
       
6
Part No.
BAYKO Part Description
Standard Sets
Conversion Sets
#4
#6
#5C
  Floor    
1
1
2
3
 
1
 
1
1
  Extension Pieces - 6 Hole      
2
2
2
   
2
   
  Extension Pieces - 5 Hole          
2
       
2
  Turret Floor      
1
2
3
   
1
1
1
  Rods 1-Brick
18
18
24
24
30
40
 
6
 
6
10
  Rods 2-Brick
6
6
6
18
18
18
   
12
   
  Rods 3-Brick
28
36
52
52
52
52
8
16
     
  Rods 4-Brick    
30
40
70
70
 
30
10
40
 
  Rods 5-Brick    
34
34
44
44
 
34
 
10
 
  Rods 6-Brick        
18
40
     
18
22
  Rods 7-Brick          
46
       
46
  Rods 8-Brick        
16
16
     
16
 
  Tie Bars
8
10
14
18
24
30
2
4
4
6
6
  Corner Ties
5
5
8
8
10
12
 
3
 
2
2
  Screwdriver
1
1
1
1
1
1
         
  Screws 5BA
4
4
8
12
20
28
 
4
4
8
8
  Base Links
2
2
4
6
10
14
 
2
2
4
4
  Instructions
1
1
1
1
1
1
         
  Plans - Set 3    
1
1
1
1
 
1
     
  Plans - Set 4      
1
1
1
   
1
   
  Plans - Set 5        
1
1
     
1
 
  Plans - Set 6          
1
       
1
Part No.
BAYKO Part Description
#4
#6
#5C
Standard Sets
Conversion Sets
At some point, probably 1940, not long before the war finally halted BAYKO production, Tie-Bars were replaced by Floors in the proportions shown below. This relates to the lack of metal for Tie Bars.
  Small Floor
1
1
1
1
1
1
         
  Medium Floor  
1
1
1
1
1
1
       
Part No.
BAYKO Part Description
#4
#6
#5C
Standard Sets
Conversion Sets
 
Click on any of the highlighted set numbers above [e.g. #2] to see a photo of the set.
 
 
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