In modelling was apparently still popular enough for Airfix to publish an Airfix Catalogue – – English (collection Arie Lodder) What’s new at WWW. Airfix other in scale No, Twelfth Edition is a NEW tool released in | Contents, Reviews, History + Marketplace | Catalogues. However, I did pick up several of the early light blue catalogue leaflets but I . It was reprinted in June and a small “R” was stamped next to the price.
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It had slightly revised prices see CS19 but no new models and one or two asterixes dropped. Several 4 page landscape mode leaflets were issued at around the same time, the front page of which incorporated the inside page of the 2 nd Edition, including the ‘thoughtful’ small boy.
They were the same size as the yellow one but were cataligue portrait mode. By now the catalogues had settled down into an annual routine and they tended to appear in model shops immediately after the January Toy Fairs or shortly thereafter.
The covers were in full colour but the insides were in black and white and two shades of blue. It ran to 32 pages, including covers and measured mms by mms. I believe it was probably an export version because the inner back page about the Cafalogue Club was replaced with the back page of the 11 th Edition.
Page numbers and prices were included. The 1 st edition still appears in kit adverts in Airfix Magazine until Decemberwhen the 3 rd Edition was announced! This was issued in early and cost 9d 3.
The new McDonough Concorde adorned the cover of the caatalogue nd Edition. A fifth leaflet which was also labelled had the 6 th edition catalogue and leaflet on the back.
There were three issues. They were available with and without prices.
It is basically a supplement showing only the the releases plus a few aircix in late and was not a full catalogue as such. Subsequent ones would be in portrait mode and apart from and would all be A4 size. Printed in Decemberit stated: It still stated over kits, but no mention was made of glue in series 3, 4, 5 and 6 kits see CS Since I started collecting Airfix paperwork in miduntil recently I did not have ajrfix copy.
The page numbers referred to the 17 th catalogue. This was the first of the full-size catalogues at mms by mms.
Aifix Collectors Club
The magnificent Harrier picture graced the front cover. Inside was a new four page leaflet in yellow mms by mmsslightly larger than the blue ones. The cover kits, with the exception of the Pan-Am were all in the catalogue.
It was printed in January and was now 64 pages, excluding covers. Two further variants were produced. It was the same size as the 6 th Edition and had the same number of pages. The only difference apart from the colour and mention of Woolies was the price of the paint packs — only 1 shilling 5p in Woolworths!
There were two copies, with and without prices.
12th Edition Catalogue
Since from the 2 nd Edition catalogue onwards all the information is taken from catalogye own records, compiled at the time, I believe this listing to be substantially complete — until new leaflets turn up! The first came in two versions: The back page showed the 5 th Edition catalogue and the B price list.
With so many new kits it is surprising that a new catalogue was not produced, presumably a colour insert was cheaper. There were two leaflets, the 1 st Edition and 2 nd also The inside back cover has a three quarter page advert for Airfix Magazine which shows the November magazine.
Printed January it ran to 64 pages. Printed in Januarythere were two Price List leaflets, the 1 st and 2 nd Editions, neither of which bore catalogue numbers.