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    Posted 7 years ago

    tintinman
    (3 items)

    Is there anyone out there who knows what belongs each side of this trailer,
    its British made and ive been told that the maker could be( Childs & Smith )
    it goes under the name Nulli Secundus which means second to none.
    In total its about 8" long,
    I believe a field gun fits on the rear, but what tows it all ?
    it is made from tin and could date from the 1950s ?
    I would love to find out or better still see a photo.
    any ideas ? ?

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    1. AzTom AzTom, 7 years ago
      This looks like an ammo cart for a cannon. With those tires I would say it was pulled by a Jeep type vehicle.
      It is a Childs & Smith Atherstone for sure.

      Nice. I don't use this word often but I'm going to say this could be a Rare toy.

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