Last year I arranged - as a guest exhibitor - a small exhibition at the Museum House outside LinkÃ¶ping, Sweden. I displayed a part of my FALCK collection, including the Dinky FALCK vehicles.
This summer, I have been asked to do a follow up with some of my Dinky Toys. The museum already displays all Dinky cars but not as many trucks, and I decided to organize a "Dinky Truck Exhibition".
It will be just one cabinet with around 50-75 items. There is room for some posters, though. I figured I could use the posters from the Dinky 75th Anniversary. Who has got the original art work that I can use for printing? Who owns the copyright?
Someone who knows?
Problem with the images.
Dinky 75th Anniversary posters:
Last year's FALCK exhibition:
The exhibition is now open to the public. Thanks to Dave B, Dave K and Jacques for your assistance.
This looks absolutely superb Ragnar, very, very well done.
I hope there are lots of visitors.
Looks superb, you've done a great job of the layout, lets hope that there's lots of interest, it's a great way to get new collectors on board.
I should have thought of this earlier. The museum could have produced a commemorative Dinky, like this one:
From Atlas? :S
Almost a full page feature in the July edition of 'Model Collector'
Well done Ragnar I hope the exhibition is successfull.
I hadn't seen this before, but you have done a wonderful job with it. Like the others, hope it is well attended and we can attract some new followers and collectors!
The Model Auto Revue picked up the story as well:
And Rick Wilson of the Diecast Collector will run a two page feature in the August issue, he tells me.
That's good publicity for the museum and the Dinky exhibition!
The season has really not yet started. We'll have to wait for a couple of weeks to check the results.