Traffic Sign Accessory Set

WK001811
Scale(s): 1:87 Scale, HO Scale
Traffic Sign Accessory Set
£15.00
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Description

All signs in pearl white: 3x shield triangle (top tip), 19x shield circle, 4x shield rhombus, 2x shield triangle (tip bottom / small), 2x shield triangle (tip bottom / large), 1x shield rectangle (large), 3x shield Rectangle (small), 1x sign arrow (to the right). Box with blue base and transparent lid. Self-adhesive traffic signs on sheet enclosed. Traffic signs enrich WIKING street plan WIKING friends can now equip their street plan just as the founder of WIKING model Friedrich Peltzer would have liked. First roll out the street plan, then build the building arc and then set up all the accessories along the streets and sidewalks to allow the WIKING models the appropriate environment of a big city. With the accessory package "Traffic signs for road maps" model friends have come a step closer to perfect design. Especially in the last few months, the idea of ??the re-creation of a wonderfully populated street plan is finding more and more lovers. Nevertheless, WIKING has placed great emphasis on the distinction from the historic and highly sought-after traffic signs. So the traffic signs are sprayed in a different white than the historical originals, that were brighter more than four decades ago. With the stickers, which are pre-cut and can be easily placed on the traffic signs, the printing inks are more intense and the whites on the signs brighter - this is another way to tell the difference. With the street plan and the associated building cut-out arch, it finally succeeds that the complete WIKING traffic world can be authentically experienced with little effort - as a street plandiorama in the contemporary flair of a stylized city. Today, of course, the cut-out sheet looks simple. It was different in 1952, when WIKING founder Friedrich Peltzer sensibly completed the experience world of "his" still young transport models. The inks are more intense and the whites on the signs brighter - this is another way to tell the difference. With the street plan and the associated building cut-out arch, it finally succeeds that the complete WIKING traffic world can be authentically experienced with little effort - as a street plandiorama in the contemporary flair of a stylized city. Today, of course, the cut-out sheet looks simple. Different in 1952, when WIKING founder Friedrich Peltzer meaningfully completed the world of experience of "his" still young transport models. The inks are more intense and the whites on the signs brighter - this is another way to tell the difference. With the street plan and the associated building cut-out arch, it finally succeeds that the complete WIKING traffic world can be authentically experienced with little effort - as a street plandiorama in the contemporary flair of a stylized city. Today, of course, the cut-out sheet looks simple. It was different in 1952, when WIKING founder Friedrich Peltzer sensibly completed the experience world of "his" still young transport models. that the complete WIKING traffic world can be authentically experienced with little effort - as street plandiorama in the contemporary flair of a stylized city. Today, of course, the cut-out sheet looks simple. It was different in 1952, when WIKING founder Friedrich Peltzer sensibly completed the experience world of "his" still young transport models. that the complete WIKING traffic world can be authentically experienced with little effort - as street planiorama in the contemporary flair of a stylized city. Today, of course, the cut-out sheet looks simple. It was different in 1952, when WIKING founder Friedrich Peltzer sensibly completed the experience world of "his" still young transport models.

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