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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12th Edition Catalogue
The Insert was a 6 page leaflet with full colour cover and insides. Oddly the Golden Hind is not listed in either leaflet despite being in the catalogue. It was double-sided and measured mms iarfix mms in portrait orientation.
There were two issues, one with prices and one without. Woolworths on the front. The 1 st edition still appears in kit adverts in Airfix Magazine until Decemberwhen the 3 rd Edition was announced!
It carried the catalogue number of INS. It was based on the first issue. There were four pages in full colour showing made-up models and boxtops of 41 models not shown in the 5 th edition catalogue.
Around the same time the first of the B leaflets appeared which replaced the 9 th edition Halifax ones.
Printed in Januarythere were two Price List leaflets, the 1 st and 2 nd Editions, neither of which bore airtix numbers. A separate counter-top leaflet was issued which also found its way into many of the catalogues.
The back page showed the 5 th Edition catalogue and the B price list.
The cover kits, with the exception of the Pan-Am were all in the catalogue. Printed in Januaryit ran to 64 pages excluding covers.
Airfix Catalogue 12th ed 1975
The layout was similar to the previous one s but the extra space allowed for national insignias and airline markings. The inside covers featured colour reproductions of some the new Type 3 paintings. Printed in December for issue in Januaryagain there is airfiix mention of a catalogue number.
They were the same size as the yellow one but were in portrait mode.
I expect that there were four runs to cater for the longer period of the catalogue. Two blue price lists were issued, each airfid the B model. It may have also been included in the last 2 nd editions sold. The early catalogues, 1 st to 5 th Editions also had special non-illustrated leaflets included in them.
With so many new kits it is surprising that qirfix new catalogue was not produced, presumably a colour insert was cheaper. The first came in two versions: The 2 nd edition was numbered and had an all-white logo on the front. It ran to 56 pages, excluding covers, and was numbered Announced in the February Airfix Magazine, the 4 th edition ran to 48 pages and was slightly larger than the first three being mms by mms.
Being the first catalogue it is possibly the most sought after. Subsequent ones would be in portrait mode and apart from and would all be A4 size.
There were two leaflets, the 1 st Edition and 2 nd also I have two, purchased new in They were a six page fold-out, each page measuring mms by mms.
Inside was a new four page leaflet in yellow mms by mmsslightly larger than the blue ones. The cover pictures were by a Cataligue Kelly. A fourth leaflet was issued which had several more kits added plus another price increase see CS The magnificent Harrier picture graced the front cover.
More kits were doubled up to allow new ones to be inserted. Printed in Januaryno catalogue number is given. The Type 4 logo also appeared for the first time on a leaflet see CS This article last appeared in “Constant Scale” No 33 –