Richter's Anchor® Stone Building Sets

Richters Anker-Steinbaukasten

(Vol. 8, # 3)

My request for pictures resulted in several groups of pictures.  This month I will change the format again so there is room for the pictures AV Christof Junge sent me of the Anchor factory's exhibition at this year's Nürnberg Fair.

To the left you see a picture of set 20A, which is not yet here in the USA, but I expect that set 20A will be for sale at the April CVA meeting in Hilversum.  

(I did promised AV Kenske that I would use his pictures.  He sent them to me again.  I will use them in April.  And AV Coffeng is sending me some pictures for another month.)  

Those who would like to look at the usual sub-pages will find them on the web site for last month.  The descriptions of the new sets are shown there, plus a lot of other information.

 I will be adding additional building plans to the sets 6 and 6A.  These plans are by AVs who submitted them to a CVA design competition.  Although they are available on CD-ROM, I print them out in color.

OK, here are the pictures from the Nürnberg Fair.  I hope that you are as impressed as I am.


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Finally, a "bonus" picture, not Anchor, but nice.

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I can almost believe I saw the Anchor exhibition there.  Thanks to AV Junge.

For the month of March, 2003.  

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Thank you for visiting the CVA "Anchor" web site.

georgeh@ankerstein.org

or you can write to:

George Hardy
1670 Hawkwood Ct.
Charlottesville, VA 22901

Tel: (434) 295 4863
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