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Bandai 0 Gauge

(Tokyo, Japan)

Bandai, established 1950, is the third largest toy producer in the world, and, apart from the tinplate train related products illustrated below, is known for many other toys and games including early ping-pong consoles and, more recently, computer games.


Bandai battery powered US Army military train set
(Batteries are in station building. Wagon length 4.5 inches)

Bandai battery powered US Army military train set

Bandai battery powered US Army military train set

Bandai battery powered US Army military train set

Bandai battery powered US Army military train set

Bandai battery powered US Army military train set

The locomotive illustrated below, clearly showing the Bandai trademark as part of the Pennsylvania Railroad keystone style emblem on the boiler front, is assumed to be a Mallett type 2-4-4-0, although without articulation.


Bandai battery powered (?) Mallet style 2-4-4-0 locomotive

Bandai battery powered (?) Mallet style 2-4-4-0 locomotive

Bandai battery powered (?) Mallet style 2-4-4-0 locomotive

Bandai battery powered (?) Mallet style 2-4-4-0 locomotive

Bandai Magnetic Crane

Bandai Magnetic Crane

Bandai Magnetic Crane

Bandai Magnetic Crane

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