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Bob T (at 4:17am, Fri 21st Oct, 16)
Lesley, Another way is to look at similar items on Ebay but only in the completed sold section. Search for Meccano Set 1.if there are set 2's & 3's shown, then deduct some value as yours is a smaller set 1. Condition is very important.
Michael Walker (at 7:46pm, Thu 20th Oct, 16)
A good idea of any Meccano set's value can be gained by listing it in an on-line auction. Condition of the parts is all-important, as well-used common parts are cheaply available. A non-Meccano or home-made box will usually add little to the price people are willing to pay, particularly if it's heavy and you are expecting the buyer to pay for shipping.
lesley stevens (at 5:28pm, Tue 18th Oct, 16)
I have a lot of meccano according to the leaflet I have is 1937 set 1, which is in a handmade box have you any idea how much this is worth?
Michael Walker (at 6:29am, Thu 1st Sep, 16)
Prices of Meccano sets vary from one supplier to another or one country to another, rendering a list redundant. It is easier to do an internet search then compare prices from the results.
Douglas S Neil (at 9:24am, Tue 30th Aug, 16)
I am looking for a ewcent price list.
Richard (at 7:39am, Thu 11th Aug, 16)
I'm guessing it is the 1970s factory display model. Value depends on condition. Display models seem to be losing their value so maybe only £100 to £200. If mint, then perhaps £300. I paid more than that for mine.