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Corgi 290 “Kojak’s Buick”

£95.00 £85.00

Corgi 290 “Kojak’s Buick”

I would class the Buick as mint in Bronze.

The self adhesive Lieutenant Badge still inside with Kojak (With hat), Crocker (Blue jacket) & detachable Beacon.

The box is very good with feathering to the corners, creased header card & the acetate (Window) has a small puncture to it, but only about 2mm split, plus a sticky price label has marked the box on the top right hand corner. The inner plinth & packaging are excellent.

The gallery will give a better idea of condition.

Circa 1975-77.

 

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