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Condition Grading
Throughout the site all models are given a condition grading. The first letter applies to the model and the second to the box or packaging.
  • A+ = Mint
  • As new Condition
  • A = Excellent
  • Only the slightest faults
  • B = Very Good
  • Some signs of wear
  • C = Good
  • With obvious wear
  • D = Fair
  • Possibly parts missing
  • E = Poor
  • Restoration project only
  • NB = Loose
  • No box or packaging

Merit Price Guide

Showing model numbers 4600-866537

Merit toys were produced by J & L Randall Ltd a British toy manufacturer based in Potters Middlesex until 1965 and then in Hertfordshire. Merit flourished in the 1950s and 1960s and placed regular advertisements in Meccano Magazine. Merit was one of the main competitors to Mamod for models of stationary steam engines.

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Merit - 4600 - 1956 Aston Martin DB3s Kit - Green
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Merit - 4601 - Alpha Romeo Kit - Red (Super Kit)
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Merit - 4605 - 1956 GP Connaught Kit - Green
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Merit - 4615 - 1956 GP Ferrari - Red
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Merit - 4620 - 1954 Jaguar D Type Kit - Green
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Merit - 4624 - Talbot Lago - Blue (Super Kit)
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Merit - 4630 - 1948 CLT Maserati Kit - Red
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Merit - 4630 - 1956 GP Maserati - Red
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Merit - 4635 - 1955 GP Mercedes - Grey
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Merit - 4645 - 1954/5 Simca Gordini Kit - Blue
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Merit - 4650 - 1956 GP BRM Kit - Green
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Merit - 99999 - Railway/Station Accessories - Bulk Lot
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Merit - 866537 - Eagle Comics Dan Dare Field Glasses - Black
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