Corgi Glass Cabinet

Original early Corgi Toys Glass Cabinet. Near mint. A rare and impressive display piece from The Reference Collection. Starting bid £300. Please note that QDT apply 12.5% buyer's commission.

Price: £1,300.00

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Rare to come to the market-place, this is an irresistible way of displaying some of your favourite Corgi models!
A delightful 1950’s period Corgi Display Cabinet made entirely of glass and measuring 38cms wide x 51cms high x 24cms deep at the base (designed to taper, so the lowest shelf is deeper than the highest).
In all original condition, this is a wonderful asset in any Corgi Collection, and a beautiful display item, especially stocked with a selection of 1950’s Corgi models.
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Note the trademark early Corgi Logo with the light brown Corgi dog surrounded by a red background, and blue strip with ‘CORGI TOYS’ in black print. Some of the expected wear these delicate transfers. Metal nuts, bolts and brackets secure the components firmly in place. Original glass shelves are bevelled, so there are no sharp edges. Just one little edge nibble to one shelf.

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