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Antique Toy World Magazine for February 2018

Antique Toy World Magazine for February 2018

Don’t miss the February 2018 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine – just look what’s inside: Focal Point By Steve Butler The Fabulous Hudson Hornet […]

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Focal Point: Racer, Tootsietoy, circa 1944

Focal Point: Racer, Tootsietoy, circa 1944

By Steve Butler The pictured racer appeared in the April 1974 issue of Antique Toy World in an article by Clint B. Seely. A number […]

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The Fabulous HUDSON HORNET

The Fabulous HUDSON HORNET

By Steve Butler “THE FABULOUS HUDSON HORNET” generally refers to one of three race cars. Two were driven by Marshall Teague and Herb Thomas in […]

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In a Stunning Move, Morphy Auctions Merges with James D. Julia, Inc.

In a Stunning Move, Morphy Auctions Merges with James D. Julia, Inc.

Morphy Auctions has Merged with James D. Julia, Inc. to become the International Leader in Multiple Collecting Categories DENVER, PA – EFFECTIVE December 14th, 2017, […]

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Stanton’s Huge Music Machine Auction Held in Michigan

Stanton’s Huge Music Machine Auction Held in Michigan

THE 3-DAY AUCTION was held in Charlotte, Michigan on November 16, 17, and 18th selling nearly 1,486 lots of antique automatic music machines and related […]

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Exploring the Farm Toy World 40th Annual National Farm Toy Show

Exploring the Farm Toy World 40th Annual National Farm Toy Show

THE 40th ANNUAL National Farm Toy Show was held in Dyersville, Iowa early in November 2017. This grand show is considered the ideal event to […]

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Tin Toy Corner: Gunthermann’s Red Baron Airplane

Tin Toy Corner: Gunthermann’s Red Baron Airplane

By Renaud Fournier Louis Bleriot, the French aviator, achieved worldwide fame in July 1909 by being the first person to cross the English Channel in […]

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JAMIE REIGLE Superman Memorabilia Collector

JAMIE REIGLE Superman Memorabilia Collector

By Ingrid Floyd JAMIE REIGLE, A CLEVELAND, Ohio, resident, is no ordinary Superman memorabilia collector. He’s a bit superhuman, in a way like Superman. Reigle […]

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Bertoia Nov. 11-12, 2017, Sale Totals $2.6 Million

Bertoia Nov. 11-12, 2017, Sale Totals $2.6 Million

Global competition for the top lot: $192K Marklin battleship Sankt Georg, as well as early Santas, elusive Martin wind-ups and other early tin toys.

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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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