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60's Century 21 merchandise

chrisw

Alphans
evening all

Having only just joined I posted my opening post in the wrong section!!!:(

As previously mentioned I collect Captain Scarlet merchandise from the 60's. As we are all custodians of our respective collections I joined with the aim of learning and sharing about anything and everything do to with CS and Angels merchandise produced from the 60's. I dont know what is considered interesting or rare but as I stated I am willing to share images of my collection if anyone is interested. I would also like to see images of anything I dont have or have not seen. As an opening gambit here is an image of something you dont see very often.Apologies for the picture quality. There is plenty more if your interested you decide.

All the best

Chris W
 

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Jim Lewis

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I don't wish to appear confrontational or rude but if you say you are a collector of 25 years you clearly know what is interesting or rare. I too have been collecting for as long as you and know exactly what real deal long time enthusiasts are interested in seeing. The picture of the Carded key light is great. Please try and post a larger image. I'd love to see a close up.
 

chrisw

Alphans
No offence taken Mr Lewis

I'll get some better images and post some pics of this and other bits and pieces.

Being a long time collector, can you tell me if Century 21 publications ever printed an A8 activity book for the Angels. Captain Scarlet books were coded CS 1-9 (obviously) and the Angels books were coded A1-9 but i.ve never seen or heard of an A8. I got a dot to dot book (lilac cover) coded A9 and a sticker fun book coded A9 did they miss out A8?.

Chris W
 

chrisw

Alphans
Have had a look through the thread, fantastic collection Mr Lewis. As I said i will get some better pics and post some images of merchandise not currently shown.

By the way the Angels dot to dot book is the one with Melody on the front.

All the best

Chris W
 

Jim Lewis

Alphans
Along with Chris King and a few others here there have been some pretty amazing vintage items shared. Please do post anything along those lines which haven't appeared so far as I for one would really love to see them. What sort of rare stuff do you have then?
 

chrisw

Alphans
The definition of rare is subjective, my collection is based on the fundemental priciple that I but the best condition items available at the time, therefore condition is more important to me than buying anything.

I have some items that I've only seen once or twice, and some items that are more available but in mint boxed condition.

For example I have a full set of sharp & Co cards still attached to the factory header cards with a card spectrum logo on each one.
 

Jim Lewis

Alphans
Love to see those. I remember a guy called Dave Griffiths had a set many moons ago that I saw. Really nice.
 

chrisw

Alphans
few other bits,

Unopened Angels jewellry set, boxed complete Angels beauty set (including the little plastic flower), all the Barrett sweet cigarette boxes 10 20 and the 50 cigarette christmas box still sealed.

stuff like that really
 

chrisw

Alphans
The redesigned site makes posting pics a lot easier. Now I can share some better quality pics of my collection .I’ve got all the activity books all unused in shop stock condition. I am however restricted to posting 10 pics at a time. Here’s some to look at just for info together with some other bits . I’ll post more if people are interested
 

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Cool Caveman

Alphans
The redesigned site makes posting pics a lot easier. Now I can share some better quality pics of my collection .I’ve got all the activity books all unused in shop stock condition. I am however restricted to posting 10 pics at a time. Here’s some to look at just for info together with some other bits . I’ll post more if people are interested
Please do post them!
 

chrisw

Alphans
Some more capt scarlet bits for your amusement. I do have the rub down transfers for the Letraset scene unused but i can’t load the pic .The pic with the Barrett collectibles on the Xmas 50 sweet cig box is unopened. It does include an Xmas novelty . I’m just wondering if anyone knows if it’s capt scarlet related. I’ll post some other bits you might want see .
 

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Cool Caveman

Alphans
Some more capt scarlet bits for your amusement. I do have the rub down transfers for the Letraset scene unused but i can’t load the pic .The pic with the Barrett collectibles on the Xmas 50 sweet cig box is unopened. It does include an Xmas novelty . I’m just wondering if anyone knows if it’s capt scarlet related. I’ll post some other bits you might want see .

Great collection! I don't remember having seen this Letraset panorama – nice!

Please do post your other photos :)
 

chrisw

Alphans
More bits as requested. Some of my favourite items are the books. They are just indicative of the era especially the cut out clothes books which are all absolutely pristine . I wonder if you gave them to kids now what they would make of them.Simpler times, but none the less fun.
 

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Cool Caveman

Alphans
More bits as requested. Some of my favourite items are the books. They are just indicative of the era especially the cut out clothes books which are all absolutely pristine . I wonder if you gave them to kids now what they would make of them.Simpler times, but none the less fun.

Thanks Chris, these are great. You have the best condition Bandai Scarlett carded toys I've seen. Do you have the rest of the set too?

That wall frieze is outstanding too!

I don't remember seeing the Mysteron voice changer before, how does it work?
 

chrisw

Alphans
Hi everyone, some more bits I’ve managed to photo but more std pieces. The Dutch postcards from 1967 have some nice images . The other images are all things most everyone has seen but in A1 condition. I’ve got a full set of Washington pottery capt scarlet mugs which I’ll photograph shortly you see the odd one but generally not a full set
 

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chrisw

Alphans
Hi again everyone, these are the 1967 set of Washington pottery mugs I mentioned. Each came with a chocolate Easter egg back in the day . Enjoy! Has anyone got any decent pics of the Lone star Anti Mysteron rifle I ve never actually seen one only a pic of someone who had one in their collection .
 

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