BAYKO Set #3 Instruction Manual - 1948

This Instruction Manual was produced by Plimpton when they first re-introduced their BAYKO set #3, post-war, I believe fairly early in 1948. This manual was clearly only a stop gap and was replaced after just a few months.
One distinct peculiarity of this manual is that the page numbering starts, after the front cover, at page twenty two - actually printed as words not numbers. The only suggestion I can make is that it was intended to continue numbering after the twenty pages of the sets #0 to #2 manual.
This smaller, earlier manual for set #0 to #2 was also included with these #3 sets, together with the 8 page instruction leaflet, though this was soon replaced by a 4 page leaflet.
This complexity was triggered by the post-war material shortages, exacerbated by the progressive programme of rolling out new BAYKO sets to complete the intended range.
It comprises 12 pages in red and black on white gloss paper, with black and white photographs of models on all but the front cover.
Size - 248mm x 182mm = 9.75 x 7.2 inches.

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