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Antique Toy World Magazine for August 2016

Antique Toy World Magazine for August 2016

Don’t miss the August 2016 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine – just look at what’s inside: In Memory of Dick Carmasino Pook & Pook, […]

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Pook & Pook Teams Up With Noel Barrett

Pook & Pook Teams Up With Noel Barrett

By Kary Pardy, Pook & Pook, Inc. POOK & POOK, INC. Auctioneers and Appraisers is excited to announce a new collaboration with the jovial, mustachioed […]

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Morphy’s April Petroliana Sales Over $3.8 Million

Morphy’s April Petroliana Sales Over $3.8 Million

DENVER, PENNSYLVANIA, May 5, 2016 – It was off to the races with Morphy’s recent Premier Automobilia and Petroliana Auction! This two-day event, held on […]

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If It’s Proof You Want…

If It’s Proof You Want…

by Ken Foust Nineteenth century toy advertising shows up far too rarely for the taste of most collectors. A handful of original manufacturer’s catalogs still […]

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A Great Visit in West Virginia – The Paul Cole Collection Part 2

A Great Visit in West Virginia – The Paul Cole Collection Part 2

by Steven Weiss TRAIN COLLECTORS began to descend on Bluefield, West Virginia on Sunday November 22nd to view the diverse toy and train collections of […]

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Bertoia’s $1.4 Million Spring Toy Auction Results

Bertoia’s $1.4 Million Spring Toy Auction Results

Read the complete article in the August 2016 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine. Click here to subscribe now!

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Focal Point: Ford Panel Truck,  Marx circa 1952

Focal Point: Ford Panel Truck, Marx circa 1952

By Steve Butler Okay, at first glance this truck looks like a cheapened version of Marx’s 1948-50 Ford RCA TV repair truck that was issued […]

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Buick XP-300

Buick XP-300

By Steve Butler BUICK BUILT THEIR concept/experimental XP-300 for 1951. The car was very unusual in many ways. It had a supercharged V/8 rated at […]

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2015 National Farm Toy Show

2015 National Farm Toy Show

DYERSVILLE, IOWA – The 38th consecutive National Farm Toy Show was held in early November 2015. The annual occasion, staged in Dyersville, Iowa, is billed […]

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Tru-Craft: A Small But Sturdy Line of Soldiers

Tru-Craft: A Small But Sturdy Line of Soldiers

By Henry I. Kurtz IN THE 1930’s a missionary named Cecil Jackson, based in Singapore, produced as a hobby small-scale railroad figures to complement his […]

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Antique Toy World Magazine for July 2016

Antique Toy World Magazine for July 2016

Don’t miss the July 2016 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine – Just look at what’s inside! In Memory of Dick Borgerding Focal Point By […]

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Bertoia’s $1.2 Million Jerry and Nina Green Train Auction

Bertoia’s $1.2 Million Jerry and Nina Green Train Auction

Read the complete article in the July 2016 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine. Click here to subscribe now!

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Focal Point: Lite-Mobile, Cruver, circa 1948

Focal Point: Lite-Mobile, Cruver, circa 1948

By Steve Butler Cruver Manufacturing of Chicago is best known for its production of a 1/25th scale promotional version of the 1949 Oldsmobile. It is […]

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The Chateau de Chinon: A Masterpiece Sold in France

The Chateau de Chinon: A Masterpiece Sold in France

By Pasky / Kohn Auction House This incredible work in question is a minature of a French historic edifice. The castle has inspired many artists […]

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My First Antique Toy: 1934 Chrysler Airflow

My First Antique Toy: 1934 Chrysler Airflow

By John West My first antique toy was a cast iron model of a 1934 Chrysler Airflow automobile. It’s easy to remember because I still […]

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