George the Fifth locomotive (Bing, N scale)
George the Fifth locomotive (Bing, N scale)Early Bing N-scale floor train set, George the Fifth, detail (i)
The model is designed around a ~nine millimetre wheelbase, which would normnally be referred to as N gauge. However, this type of model is technically "no-gauge", since it's not designed to run on rails. This early version of what later became N-gauge is sometimes referred to as "prehistoric" N-scale.
The train comes in a long box with a red-brown exterior and yellow innards, and a single horizontal divider. The lid label has a slightly generic painting of a black locomotive pulling a train, and the markings GBN (Gebrüder Bing, Nuremburg) and is marked "Form 795" in its lower right corner.