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Tom Harris Auctions: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 10AM: William Cole Toy Auction from Altoona, IA

Tom Harris Auctions: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 10AM: William Cole Toy Auction from Altoona, IA

Tom Harris Antique Auctions Wednesday, January 24, 2018 10 A.M. The William Cole Toy Collection From Altoona, Iowa Antique and Collectible Toy Planes, Trains and […]

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Antique Toy World Magazine for January 2018

Antique Toy World Magazine for January 2018

Don’t miss the January 2018 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine. Just look at what’s inside: Theriault’s – Important Kaonis Collection of Palmer Cox Brownies […]

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Important Kaonis Collection of Palmer Cox Brownies Comes to Auction

Important Kaonis Collection of Palmer Cox Brownies Comes to Auction

EVERY CHILD – OR GROWN-UP collector of childhood objects – knows that play can offer a much-sought respite from everyday stress. Especially when that play […]

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Massive Kansas Farm Toy Collection Heading to Auction – The Bob Condray Collection of Clyde, Kansas

Massive Kansas Farm Toy Collection Heading to Auction – The Bob Condray Collection of Clyde, Kansas

By Debbie Behne & Girard Auction “MOM ALWAYS TOLD ME I had to grow up. I’m afraid I did not follow that advice,” said Robert […]

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Focal Point: Ajax Series 200 • Birchcraft – 1925

Focal Point: Ajax Series 200 • Birchcraft – 1925

By Steve Butler In the 1920’s Birchcraft Toys and Novelties of Waukesha, WI was producing wooden promotional vehicles made of 1/4″ plywood. The bodies were […]

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Standout Studebaker

Standout Studebaker

By Steve Butler THE ORIGIN OF the “promotional” or “promo” vehicle as produced and collected for many decades dates back to 1934 when National Products […]

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Why Toys?

Why Toys?

By Edwina Campbell WEBSTER DEFINES THE word “toy” as an object for a child to play with, typically a model or miniature replica of something. […]

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A Christmas Story House

A Christmas Story House

By Ingrid Floyd IT STARTED WITH A Daisy Red Ryder Air Rifle BB Gun. Nine-year-old Ralphie coveted the toy for Christmas like no other. It […]

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Leo & Wanda Groennert Estate Toy Auction, Saturday, January 20, 2018

Leo & Wanda Groennert Estate Toy Auction, Saturday, January 20, 2018

Leo & Wanda Groennert Estate Toy Auction Saturday January 20 2018 At 9:00A.M. Washington County Fair Grounds 810 East Holzhauer Drive Nashville IL 62263 Auction […]

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Don Presley Toy Auction Saturday, Dec. 16 at 12 Noon Pacific

Don Presley Toy Auction Saturday, Dec. 16 at 12 Noon Pacific

HUGE Vintage Toy Collection! Click here to view the complete catalog at LiveAuctioneers! Featuring Over 300 Vintage Toys Including; Tin Toys, Cast Iron Toys, Friction, […]

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Antique Toy World Magazine for December 2017

Antique Toy World Magazine for December 2017

Don’t miss the December 2017 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine – here’s what’s inside: In Memory of Doug Jarvis Photos from the “NEW” Indy […]

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Plymouth & Wyandotte?

Plymouth & Wyandotte?

By Steve Butler WHEN MARX DEVELOPED a new design, the company tended to get the most use of it generally over many years. The pickup […]

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Milestone Auctions To Offer one of the Most Unique Motorcycle Toys on December 2, 2017

Milestone Auctions To Offer one of the Most Unique Motorcycle Toys on December 2, 2017

MILESTONE AUCTIONS OF Willoughby, Ohio will be offering one of the most unique motorcycle toys to come up for auction in recent memory. The toy […]

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One Doll for a Desert Island

One Doll for a Desert Island

By Pasky Albert Marque, A Sculptor, A Doll The quintessence of the doll and the child in a masterpiece of art; it is the doll […]

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Tin Toy Corner: One Hundred Great Spanish Tin Toys (1890-1936)

Tin Toy Corner: One Hundred Great Spanish Tin Toys (1890-1936)

By Renaud Fournier (rfournier1900@live.com) Some of the most beautiful tin toys ever made were actually produced in Spain during the period from 1890 to 1936. […]

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