Category: Trains

Stephenson’s June 11, 2017, Dolls, Toys & Trains Auction

Stephenson’s June 11, 2017, Dolls, Toys & Trains Auction

Featuring the William Ruff Collection: over 50 precision Japanese and Korean brass engines and tenders and other consignments. Click here for more information.

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Turner Auctions: Warren Heid Family Collection of Toy Trains

Turner Auctions: Warren Heid Family Collection of Toy Trains

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA, MARCH 17, 2017 – Turner Auctions + Appraisals is pleased to announce the sale of the Warren Heid Family Collection of […]

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say boxed BRIO sets, especially new-in-box sets, are very hard to come by and are worth far more than sets without their boxes.

BRIO Wooden Trains Appeal To Young and Young at Heart

By Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez SWEDEN HAS GIFTED the world with many pop-culture riches, including ABBA, IKEA, Swedish meatballs, Pippi Longstocking and, of course, Swedish Fish. Add […]

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Iron and steam join forces in March 31-April 1 toy auction hosted by Pook & Pook with Noel Barrett

Iron and steam join forces in March 31-April 1 toy auction hosted by Pook & Pook with Noel Barrett

DOWNINGTOWN, Pa. – Pook & Pook and veteran toy auctioneer Noel Barrett are partnering on another terrific toy auction, this time a big two-day event […]

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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 $1.2 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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A Great Visit in West Virginia: The Paul Cole Collection

A Great Visit in West Virginia: The Paul Cole Collection

By Roland Digilio On Monday, November 23rd, Paul and Carol Cole opened their home for a visit of toy and train collectors. On the Sunday […]

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Bertoia to Auction Jerry and Nina Greene Train Collection April 9

Bertoia to Auction Jerry and Nina Greene Train Collection April 9

700 lots include European and American rarities, with spotlight on Marklin, Bing and coveted early American 2-inch trains VINELAND, N.J. – Sometimes a toy train […]

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Raw Buddy-L

Raw Buddy-L

By Allan Rosenblum & Patricia Orellana Rosenblum WE HAVE BEEN collecting Buddy L toys since the late 1960s. Moline Pressed Steel made so many wonderful […]

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Bertoia’s Jerry & Nina Greene Train Collection April 9-10, 2016

Bertoia’s Jerry & Nina Greene Train Collection April 9-10, 2016

Auction to be held the weekend before the York Train Meet incorporates spectacular trains, accessories and stations, including many European rarities VINELAND, N.J. – In […]

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Beggs Live Steam Trains Book

Beggs Live Steam Trains Book

LONG-TIME COLLECTOR, publisher and author James J. Burke, Jr. presents “A Collector’s Guide To BEGGS Steam Locomotives and Railways 1871 – 1910.” This work fills […]

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Large motorbike by Krauss (16) in particularly fine condition ($13,000 – 19,500/ Euro 10,000 – 15,000).

Auction Team Breker’s Nov. 15-16 Auction Preview

AUCTION TEAM BREKER will be opening the toy chest for a special sale on 15 – 16 November 2013. Drawing extensively from fresh-to-the-market private collections, […]

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Jerni Train Collection Auction by Lankes Nov. 29-30 in Germany

Jerni Train Collection Auction by Lankes Nov. 29-30 in Germany

IT IS, WITHOUT QUESTION, the world’s finest and most important collection of antique toy trains, train stations and railroad accessories – the 35,000-piece Jerni Collection. […]

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From the private collection of the late Ray Hoelz.

Sterling Associates’ April 24 Prewar Train Auction

CLOSTER, N.J. – Since the beginning of commercial American railroading, trains have had a significant presence in New Jersey. Since the 1830s, hundreds of now-defunct […]

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Jerni Collecton on Display Through Jan. 6

Jerni Collecton on Display Through Jan. 6

NEW YORK, NY — Magnificent model trains, train stations and sheds, bridges and tunnels, carousels and Ferris wheels—all populated with toy figurines in colorful nineteenth […]

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