From dealers in diecast models in the late eighties, buying and selling books and photographs on transport, publishing our own photographs then postcards from our own library of images and commissioned artwork, we have now commenced a range of Enamel Pin Badges for the collector and enthusiast.
Each of our badges are researched in design to bring something new and not generally created in these styles before, therefore a unique and one off product. All our badges are created from in-house artwork taken from photographs of the vehicle type, and made to a strict and certificated run of 100, and not repeated to the same design, with more than a third of our first were sold in only four months, once a run has sold out we would only replace that design with a different however maybe similar image.
DPB01 – Commemorating 60 years of the Southdown PD3 £7+P&P
Our first Enamel Pin Badge was to commemorate the 60 years of the Southdown Leyland Titan PD3s still seen in traditional livery and depicting 409 DCD in its open top form.
DPB02 – The London Bendy Bus £7+P&P
First released Sunday 1st September 2018, our second Enamel Pin Badge commemorates the Mercedes-Benz Citaro Bendy Bus that operated in the City of London.
This issue has been specially commissioned by us as a commemorative of the Go-Ahead London Central Mercedes-Benz Citaro Bendy Bus MAL 82 BX54 UDM. This badge, with artwork designed in-house, is taken from a photograph of the original Bendy Bus by Tony Wilson while on route 12 to Oxford Circus in 2011.
DPB03 – Our next badge has now arrived £7+P&P
Releasing to the public on Friday 11th October 2019, our third Enamel Pin Badge commemorates of the Southdown NBC Leyland National MKI single deck bus, another exclusive product on offer from Dinnages Publishing.
This issue has been specially commissioned by us as a commemorative collectable with sales of this badge enabling a donation on every badge towards the preservation costs of this Southdown Mark I Leyland National. This badge, with artwork designed in-house, is taken from a photograph of preserved PCD80R, based on a period of 1984 and seen on Flickr by PD3.
To support the preservation of this vehicle you can also buy the 2020 Calendar, read more here
Priced at £12.50 Each (including postage & packing) direct from Paul Llewellyn.
All proceeds donated towards the upkeep of PCD80R 34.