A percussion head for the Corgi Corporal missile 1113. The percussion head was a replacement accessory as the originals would be damaged by the use of caps and being crashed on concrete to make a bang. Great play value but they broke.
The Corgi Golden Jack wheels were used only for a short time in the late 1960's.
This card would have held 12 spare wheels originally but some have been used.
This arrived along with a Corgi gift set but I think it is Dinky. I'll sort it one day.
Corgi Race car trailer. This one is in red and is a completed repro kit. The later trailers had a tow bar lug with a plastic eye that clipped over the lug. The early ones are a cast eye that hooks over the standard metal hook on the rear of the two vehicle.
This orginal issue yellow trailer is a fully cast model with the front loop integral to the casting. The later issues are plastic hooks on a lug.
The box and instructions and an assembled cage (in the next image). The kits were done as an alternative to buying the completed assembly in the gift set. Interesting that the main image features the cage being placed on a low loader, yet the Chipperfields sets never included a low loader for the Elephant cage, it was always on a trailer with a Land Rover.
The same box with an older elephant cage. This one is somewhat warped, probably from a hot day and a window sill or similar.