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Antique Toy World Magazine for March 2017

Antique Toy World Magazine for March 2017

Don’t miss the March 2017 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine. Here’s what’s inside: Richard Bertoia Memorial In Memory of Ken Hutchison 4 Major Collections […]

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Monarch salesman’s sample range, in near-mint
condition and one of over 40 salesman’s samples in the sale.

Showtime March 31-April 2 Auction in Ann Arbor

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The single-owner, lifetime gambling and coin-op collection of Richard and Mary Schulte of Michigan, plus three other outstanding collections from other […]

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RSL’s March 18-19 Auction of Rocheleau Collection

RSL’s March 18-19 Auction of Rocheleau Collection

WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. – The James A. Rocheleau collection of superior-quality still and mechanical banks will headline RSL Auction’s Saturday/Sunday March 18-19 auction at the […]

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Before and After

Before and After

By Steve Butler BUICK’S POST-WORLD WAR II automobiles were based on the design that the manufacturer had first introduced for the 1942 model year. As […]

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Tin Toy Corner: A Motor Car Race from Madrid to La Granja in 1905

Tin Toy Corner: A Motor Car Race from Madrid to La Granja in 1905

By Renaud Fournier (rfournier1900@live.com) It was July of 1905 and the King of Spain, Alfonso XIII, who was a great motor car enthusiast, was holding […]

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Hake’s Americana and Collectibles Turns 50

Hake’s Americana and Collectibles Turns 50

By Ingrid Floyd A HUGE BIRTHDAY CAKE with 50 candles on it is ready to be lit this year in York, Pa., for a trusted […]

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Geppi’s Entertainment Museum

Geppi’s Entertainment Museum

By Ingrid Floyd SMACK NEXT TO Orioles Park at Camden Yards where the Baltimore Orioles play sits a secret jewel of Baltimore with easy access […]

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Focal Point: 1951-2 Ford Panel Truck, Marx circa 1952

Focal Point: 1951-2 Ford Panel Truck, Marx circa 1952

By Steve Butler This die cast white metal toy panel truck is obviously a 1951/2 Ford despite a few design departures probably made to facilitate […]

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Stanton Auctioneers Fall 2016 Auction of Antique Music Machines

Stanton Auctioneers Fall 2016 Auction of Antique Music Machines

STANTON’S AUCTIONEERS conducted their Annual Fall auction of automatic music machines on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 18, 19 and 20th. The sale was held […]

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More Fun Comics #72, October 1941, CGC 9.6 NM+, no higher-graded copy recorded in CGC Census, est. $10,000-$20,000

Hake’s Americana begins 50th-year celebration March 14-16 with first in series of exceptional pop culture auctions

YORK, Pa. – Looking back on the year 1967, some might say that it was, paradoxically, a time of peace, love and war. Lyndon B. […]

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Feb. 18 antique & collectible toy show in Binghamton, N.Y., to benefit humane society

Feb. 18 antique & collectible toy show in Binghamton, N.Y., to benefit humane society

Do you yearn for an old-fashioned toy show brimming with toys, trains and friendly dealers who love to chat and share their knowledge? Just such […]

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Antique Toy World Magazine for February 2017

Antique Toy World Magazine for February 2017

Don’t miss the February 2017 issue of Antique Toy World Magazine. Here’s what’s inside: Grace Olsen Memorial Focal Point By Steve Butler Ron Sturgeon German […]

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Focal Point: Convertible with Driver, Occupied Japan, Circa 1948

Focal Point: Convertible with Driver, Occupied Japan, Circa 1948

by Steve Butler Small tin wind-up sedans, most seemingly representing Chevrolets or Pontiacs, are fairly common. Most are marked “OCCUPIED JAPAN” indicating an issue date […]

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Ron Sturgeon German Driving School Models to be Auctioned by Showtime

Ron Sturgeon German Driving School Models to be Auctioned by Showtime

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN – December 8, 2016 – When the auto was new, the Germans created driving schools to prepare aspiring drivers for the system […]

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Lot 633 – Märklin Submarine No. 5081 / 57, circa
1930. Sold: €8,000 / $8,950.

Auction Team Breker 2016 In Review

FROM SINGING BIRDS and nodding lions to cryptology and the world’s first commercial typewriter, Auction Team Breker offered something for most collectors in its 2016 […]

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