1958 advertising text:
This model farm cost less than 2'6
It was made from a half-crown tin of Sankey's PYRUMA – farmhouse, barn, implement shed, walls and gate – and there was still plenty of this grand modelling material left to build many more farm features, by simple methods described in the Instruction Book (see Coupon below).
PYRUMA, plastic and ready-for-use becomes stone hard after drying or baking, and can be painted in natural colours. For permanent modelling – MAKE IT AND BAKE IT IN
SANKEYS PYRUMA CEMENT
Obtainable from your local Ironmonger or Hardware-man and many Art Material dealers. Ideal for making – Model Railway Buildings and Accessories, Harbours. Ship Models. Airport Buildings and features. Houses. Bookends. Ashtrays. Animals and Figures. plaques, etc.
— , Sankey's, , Meccano Magazine, , January 1958
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