I'm new here and thank you for allowing me access. I appreciate it. While I'm new here, I'm not new to collecting. Been at it since 1988. My model collection is rather small and although they are a favorite, my main like is dime store toys from the 40's and 50's. Anyway, enough about me. Yesterday I went to a Garage/Estate sale. Saw and purchased two models that I'd never seen before. They were paper ships and both are built but in outstanding condition. One was a Model of the "Queen Mary" and the other (much larger) was a paper model of the "Normandie". They were so unusual, I couldn't resist. My research indicates they were some sort of promotion from Kellogg's. But that's about all I've learned. The history of a toy is about as important to me, as the toy itself. Please can someone provide a time-line for these models. In over 20 years of collecting these are the first I've seen, so I am presuming they're not common. Any information is appreciated. Thanks in advance. PS: If I've used the wrong forum, I apologize and please feel free to move this post.