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Old 26th September 2009, 01:54 PM
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Default Favourite piece of Anderson merchandise?

Everyone has that favourite piece of merchandise from Gerry's programmes. Being a collector of the printed matter, i remember buying many copies of the below Letraset Super Action Heroes transfers as a teenager.

Space 1999: Terror of the Planet Cyborg

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Old 26th September 2009, 01:56 PM
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Space 1999: Battle on Planet Insectus.

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Old 26th September 2009, 01:58 PM
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Also here is the quite rare Captain Scarlet transfer set. I have never come across an unused set yet!



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Hello Bob,

I love the Captain Scarlet transfer set!

My favourite piece of merchandise is a powder blue Dinky 108 (Sam's car from Joe 90).



I think powder blue was the rarest colour even though it looks like it has been painted using household emulsion paint.
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Those transfer sheets are quite cool, I don't recall seeing those before.

I do remember some WW1 & WW2 ones though, featuring tanks and infantry and the other featuring aircraft.
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Old 26th September 2009, 03:31 PM
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The WWI and WW II sets are also by Letraset, i have images of all the Letraset range. Let me know if you want them Tony and i will put them in a zip folder and email them to you.
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These are the first two items of merchandise i remember being bought for me as child.



This next piece is the first one i collected for and sent for myself.


I got through tons of sandwich spread very quickly for that little gem!
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Default Stingray Model

I really love all the new diecast models being put out, and at reasonable prices. It seems that in the past, this kind of stuff came out and was sold for an unreasonable price. But the new ones are nicely detailed, durable, and affordable. But recently, at the last Botstock, I picked up a complet Stingray motorized model for only seven dollars. I still haven't decided if I will assemble it or not...I just might, but it was a find.
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The WWI and WW II sets are also by Letraset, i have images of all the Letraset range. Let me know if you want them Tony and i will put them in a zip folder and email them to yo
Silent Bob, thanks for the offer, that would be great thanks.
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Hi Tony, i will get the Letraset stuff off to you before the end of today.
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