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CORGI Dalek Models, Toys and Collector Specials
Below is a listing of Corgi Models, Toys and Doctor Who Commemorative sets incorporating the Daleks or Davros, that are available on ebay right now.
Potted History Corgi, one of Britain's best known brands, the leading name in die-cast scale models has been producing models for over 40 years.
Corgi's famous model vehicles, that were once simply toys for boys, are now highly regarded as collectable models, that are sought-after in the expanding collectibles market.
Some vintage models that are in mint condition and still complete with box and which originally sold for just a few shillings in the 60's can now fetch a few hundred pounds in the collectors auctions.
Today, the majority of Corgi models are produced as Limited Editions runs that are often sold out within weeks of being released. While the high prices always grab the media headlines, it is very easy to start a hobby collecting die-cast scale models and many vehicles, and figures can be acquired for just a few pounds, including the vintage offerings.
The Corgi brand was launched on the 9th July 1956 by the Mettoy Company of Northampton. And there is a very wide and long catalogue of past creations through the years that is well worth collecting, especially the Doctor Who and Dalek related pieces and of course the special commemorative Doctor Who sets. Most of these tend to turn up on ebay at some point, so keep your eyes peeled for a bargain.
For more info on Corgi and it's history and catalogue, visit them at their 2006 50th Anniversary micro-site at www.corgi50.com