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It's borderline , but your American Flyer set is getting close....

QUOTE Presumably at the very least it has to be old, but 100 years seems a little excessive since it would rule almost everything out!

Arguably anything pre World War 2 could be considered in this light - Hornby Gauge O timplate being an obvious example. The earliest Hornby gauge O sets are now 86 years old

QUOTE No plastic allowed unless bakerlite

What about early Triang - now over half a century old. ?
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