Thursday, July 5, 2012

Kellogg's UK Paper Village - The Gas Station - by Toy Connect


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Mr. Ed "ICE" Berg, from Toy Connect website, is doing a great work to preserve old and rare paper models, like this Kellogs` Gas Station, in a nice Vintage style.

O Sr. Ed "ICE" Berg, do site Toy Connect, está fazendo um grande trabalho para preservar antigos e raros modelos de papel, como este belíssimo Posto de Gasolina estilo vintage da Kellogs.

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Link part one: Kellogg's.UK.Paper.Village.The.Gas.Station.by.Toy.Connect.Part.One

Link part two: Kellogg's.UK.Paper.Village.The.Gas.Station.by.Toy.Connect.Part.Two


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4 comments:

  1. I'm glad you've enjoyed the Kellogg's series to date. One of my reader's noticed that a page was missing from the series. The missing page has parts for the Petrol Station (or Filling Station as we refer to them in the States) as well as the church. I have just now updated the 19 May 2011 post to include the missing scanned sheet:

    http://toyconnect.blogspot.com/2011/05/kelloggs-uk-paper-village-pt-5-filling.html

    Cheers!

    Ed "ICE" Berg

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    1. Hello, Mr. Berg,

      Thanks for your words! I got your other message and I prepared to
      write to you, as a thank you, when this new message has arrived. I
      would like to thank the fine work of preservation and dissemination of
      these beautiful and rare antique models. It is an honor for me to
      promote his work in my blog. If you want to say something in a future
      post, please, just tell me! :)

      Sorry by my bad English and greetings from Brazil!

      Mauther

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  2. Thank you very much for all. My little son is very happy , he has much fun to build (with my help 'cause he is seven year old)these little house and church for our "winter village"
    Really sorry for my terrible english, greetings from Italy

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    1. Good afternnon, Rika,

      I am glad to know your son like papercraft. It is a very nice hobby which develops children's reasoning and manual skills a lot.

      A big hug from my little daughter Maiu to your son!

      Greetings from Brazil!

      Mauther

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