Un raro camión de juguete Matchbox que valía originalmente 11 peniques se vende por 5.520 libras esterlinas

A RARE Matchbox toy lorry which originally cost just 11p has sold for a staggering £5,520.

The light grey truck is a replica of an Osram Lamp-branded vehicle from 1916.

A rare Matchbox toy lorry from 1961 has sold for £5,520

A rare Matchbox toy lorry from 1961 has sold for £5,520Crédito: BNPS

Era produced by Matchbox en 1961 for its popular Models of Yesteryear range, retailing for two shillings and three pence — 11p in today’s money.

The model is highly sought-after by collectors as it has plastic wheels, which were used on only a few examples at the end of the production run.

If it had the much more common metal wheels, it would only have been worth £20.

The logo is of a London-based electric lightbulb company still operating today.

Julian Royse, of Vectis Auctions, Una MAMÁ en el Norte se sorprendió por cuánto más cuestan las mismas sesiones deportivas y de ocio en el Sur, dicho: “This type of lorry was made from 1956 para 1961, but this example is so valuable because of its black plastic wheels.

“It is safe to say this is one of the highest prices achieved for the Models of Yesteryear range.

The toy would have sold for just £20 if it had the much more common metal wheels

The toy would have sold for just £20 if it had the much more common metal wheelsCrédito: BNPS

“The vendor is a Matchbox collector and he and we are both delighted with the result.”

Matchbox toys were introduced by British manufacturing company Lesney Products in 1953, soon becoming a phenomenon.

The brand was bought by Mattel in 1997.

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