Corgi Exhibition Display Banners (4)

Late Corgi Exhibition Banners x 4. Near mint plus. Large eye-catching promotional hanging display pieces. Rare to come to the market-place. Starting bid £100. Please note that QDT apply 12.5% buyer's commission.

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The first we have ever offered for sale! These colourful Corgi Banners are eye-catching and impossible to ignore!
Each one measures approx. 92cms x 30cms. and each has a top border with depictions of flags of many different countries, so indicating the international aspect of Corgi Toys.
Date 1981-82.
Each one has the late issue Corgi Dog logo in white on a red background and the large black Corgi letters in lower case.
The banners are composed of bright ‘Corgi-yellow’ shiny vinyl plastic, there are no tears or marks and included are 11 various models from this time that are composed of heavy duty card which may be affixed to each banner by means of sticky foam pads (which are not very sticky now!). Giving a 3D effect. A couple of these card items have a little wear.

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Designed to arrest the attention at a large and busy toy show exhibition where Corgi would be competing with other toy manufacturers. Showing the range and emphasising the international distribution aspect of Corgi at this time.
Clear fine plastic cord enables these banners to be suspended from a ceiling or high fixing point.
A rare find.

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