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PostSubject: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptyThu Apr 16, 2020 2:39 pm

I only have a small selection of these mainly accessories.Not sure if the duck pond is made by this company or not.
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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptyThu Apr 16, 2020 3:14 pm

Those buildings !!! They are ever so charming drunken

And the horse and cart, - how old are these models ?
It must be extremely fragile Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptyFri Apr 17, 2020 3:23 pm

Thanks Susanne.I think they are 1960s or 1970s but not certain.They are remarkably sturdy and in very good condition for their age!

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptyFri Apr 17, 2020 7:41 pm

cheers cheers

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptyFri Apr 17, 2020 11:57 pm

You were surely very young when you entered in your own company, Taylor! Is it a family brand? Does F&G Taylor means Father and grandfather Taylor? Wink
Are they Britains sized? :

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptySat Apr 18, 2020 11:36 am

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You were surely very young when you entered in your own company, Taylor! Is it a family brand? Does F&G Taylor means Father and grandfather Taylor? Wink
Are they Britains sized? :

Hi Roger

Most of F.G. Taylor and Sons products were Britains sized but some of their accessories were to a smaller scale.

BTW the F stands for Fred and one of his sons was also called Fred! Very Happy

Also they used the trademark FGT 'For Good Toys'.

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptySat Apr 18, 2020 11:50 am

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I only have a small selection of these mainly accessories.Not sure if the duck pond is made by this company or not.

Interesting collection here Taylor. I have just got back into collecting F.G. Taylor and Sons products along with Barrett and Sons and find them very hard to distinguish between the two. A lot of both companies products are just marked England and some are unmarked. Hopefully there is FGT or B&S somewhere on the item so identification is confirmed.

BTW I have just purchased a duck pond from Barney Brown and he listed it as a F.G. Taylor and Sons product so this is good confirmation that it is from that company.

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptySat Apr 18, 2020 4:30 pm

Thanks Chris for all the info,great to know!I think I may have some Barrett and sons models somewhere as well.

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptySun Apr 19, 2020 7:49 pm

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You were surely very young when you entered in your own company, Taylor! Is it a family brand? Does F&G Taylor means Father and grandfather Taylor? Wink
Are they Britains sized? :

Hi Roger

Most of F.G. Taylor and Sons products were Britains sized but some of their accessories were to a smaller scale.

BTW the F stands for Fred and one of his sons was also called Fred! Very Happy

Also they used the trademark FGT 'For Good Toys'.

Thanks Chris, your knowledge is priceless! cheers

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptySun Apr 19, 2020 10:31 pm

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You were surely very young when you entered in your own company, Taylor! Is it a family brand? Does F&G Taylor means Father and grandfather Taylor? Wink
Are they Britains sized? :

Hi Roger

Most of F.G. Taylor and Sons products were Britains sized but some of their accessories were to a smaller scale.

BTW the F stands for Fred and one of his sons was also called Fred! Very Happy

Also they used the trademark FGT 'For Good Toys'.

Thanks Chris, your knowledge is priceless! cheers

Thank you Rogério but having a few good books does wonders to my knowledge. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptyTue Apr 21, 2020 10:19 pm

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You were surely very young when you entered in your own company, Taylor! Is it a family brand? Does F&G Taylor means Father and grandfather Taylor? Wink
Are they Britains sized? :

Hi Roger

Most of F.G. Taylor and Sons products were Britains sized but some of their accessories were to a smaller scale.

BTW the F stands for Fred and one of his sons was also called Fred! Very Happy

Also they used the trademark FGT 'For Good Toys'.

Thanks Chris, your knowledge is priceless! cheers

Thank you Rogério but having a few good books does wonders to my knowledge. Very Happy

Yes, books are important but it is always needed something more and you have it too.
I wish my cook books had served me for something. Sad

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PostSubject: Re: F&G Taylor   F&G Taylor EmptyThu Apr 23, 2020 1:00 am

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You were surely very young when you entered in your own company, Taylor! Is it a family brand? Does F&G Taylor means Father and grandfather Taylor? Wink
Are they Britains sized? :

Hi Roger

Most of F.G. Taylor and Sons products were Britains sized but some of their accessories were to a smaller scale.

BTW the F stands for Fred and one of his sons was also called Fred! Very Happy

Also they used the trademark FGT 'For Good Toys'.

Thanks Chris, your knowledge is priceless! cheers

Thank you Rogério but having a few good books does wonders to my knowledge. Very Happy

Yes, books are important but it is always needed something more and you have it too.
I wish my cook books had served me for something. Sad

Thank you Rogério this is very kind of you to say.

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