Matchbox Yesteryear: Y12-3 Ford Model T Van (1912) - Joblin - Code 3 Ltd Edition

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This model is the Matchbox Yesteryear Y12-3 Ford Model T Van (1912) in Joblin livery. It comes packed in the original straw coloured box. This item is a Code 3 model produced by Collectamania of Ipswich and issued with a limited Edition Certificate marking it as No. 374 of 1000 produced in 1985. The Certificate of Authenticity reads:

The JOBLIN logo on this model is an individual artist's design based on the incomplete outline drawing shown on the back of the Yesteryear Box.
This is a Code 3 Model and was repainted, reassembled and logoed by COLLECTAMANIA of Ipswich and other than by usage of the diecast model itself, in no way is intended or should be sold as an original Yesteryear production.
The total number issued of this No. 1 logo in 1985 was 1000 only, of which this is model No. 0374
P. Harrington p.p. COLLECTAMANIA   

The model has no opening parts. The vehicle roof is black, the seats are black plastic, as is the steering wheel. The rear doors are represented by a decal in the type 2 style that covers the entire rear of the model. The side decals also cover the entire rear side of the van and read "JOBLIN" to the top, "Carpenters Est 1898 & Joiners" in the centre, "Furniture, Makers to the Gentry" on two lines just behind the cab door, and "No. 1" just behind the rear wheel arch. There is no glazing.

Coded to the 2002 Yesteryear Book

Body Colour: Maroon body & Black chassis
Roof: Black
Radiator: Gold
Seats: Black plastic
Steering Wheel: Black plastic
Wheel Hubs: 24 spoke, Gold
Tyres: Black
Plated Parts: Gold colour
Box Type: I - straw coloured box
Other Comments/Identifying Features: The model has Type 2 rear doors (double line 3rd party decal), black rear lights, and 3rd party "JOBLIN" side panels. The baseplate was originally held in place by three machined rivets which have been drilled out and replaced by three small self tapping screws, and does not have the Y12 marking.

Issued as a Limited Edition in 1985 with a stated scale of 1:35, this is No. 374 of 1000 produced.

Item: 3181

 


    This model is the Matchbox Yesteryear Y12-3 Ford Model T Van (1912) in Joblin Clock Makers livery. It comes packed in the original straw coloured box. This item is a Code 3 model produced by Collectamania of Ipswich and issued with a limited Edition Certificate marking it as No. 453 of 2000 produced in 1986/87. The Certificate of Authenticity reads:

    The JOBLIN logo on this model is an individual artist's design based on the incomplete outline drawing shown on the back of the Yesteryear Box.
    This is a Code 3 Model and was repainted, reassembled and logoed by COLLECTAMANIA of Ipswich and other than by usage of the diecast model itself, in no way is intended or should be sold as an original Yesteryear product.
    The total number issued of this No. 2 logo in 1986/7 was 2000 only, of which this is model No. 0453
      

    The model has no opening parts. The vehicle roof is black, the seats are tan plastic, the steering wheel is black plastic. The rear doors are represented by cast type 3 style door imprint. The side decals cover the entire rear side of the van and read "JOBLIN" to the top, "Clock Est 1837 Makers" in the centre, "Watch & Clock Makers, to the Gentry" on two lines just behind the cab door, and "No. 2" just behind the rear wheel arch. There is no glazing.

    Coded to the 2002 Yesteryear Book

    Body Colour: Beige body & Black chassis
    Roof: Black
    Radiator: Gold
    Seats: Tan plastic
    Steering Wheel: Black plastic
    Wheel Hubs: 12 spoke, Gold
    Tyres: Black
    Plated Parts: Gold colour
    Box Type: I - straw coloured box
    Other Comments/Identifying Features: The model has Type 3 cast rear doors, black rear lights, and 3rd party "JOBLIN" side panels. The baseplate was originally held in place by three machined rivets which have been drilled out and replaced by three small self tapping screws, and does not have the Y12 marking.

    Issued as a Limited Edition in 1986/87 with a stated scale of 1:35, this is No. 453 of 2000 produced.

    Item: 3329