Landscape Accessories (1 of 3)
Landscape Accessories:  Cutouts for the circus and farm sets are on this page
                                    #21 through #30A are on this page
                                    #31 through #749 are on
page 2
                                    #753 through #23778 are on
page 3

The #5002T Circus Train made in 1950 contained a set of cardboard Circus punchouts.
It is very rare to find the complete set with circus cutouts intact. Such a set fetches premium prices.
(Picture courtesy of
Ryan Meyers.)
Here are some larger pictures of the four cardboard Circus punchouts.
(Pictures courtesy of
New England Toy & Train Exchange.)
Here's the Circus Tent set up.
(Picture courtesy of
Kisers Vintage Toys And Trains.)
The #500IT Farm Freight set made in 1950 contained a similar set of Farm Cutouts.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
#21 Imitation Grass made in 1949 & 1950.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
#21A Imitation Grass made in 1951 thru 1956.
The earlier #21 Grass came in a paper sack; the later 21A in a celophane bag.
The same is generally true of all Gilbert's landscaping materials.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
Packaging did vary.
(Picture courtesy of Lloyd Ralston Gallery.)
#22 Scenery Gravel made in 1949 thru 1956.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
#23 Artificial Coal made in 1949 and 1950.
(Picture courtesy of
Jae Eisele.)
#23A Artificial Coal
made in 1951 thru 1956.
(Picture courtesy of
G. Elliott.)


#28 Track Ballast made in 1950.


#28A Track Ballast made in 1951 thru 1953.


#29 Imitation Snow made in 1950.
#29A Imitation Snow made in 1951 thru 1953.
(Picture courtesy of an anonymous donor.)
#30 Highway Signs made in 1949.
(Photo from an ebay auction by
Rick Dunn.)

#30A Highway Signs made in 1951 & 1952.
The signs were the same as #30, but the top of the box forms a display.

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