A very seldom-seen 17 inch wooden Original Queen Anne Doll, circa 1720, with a wig made of human hair and stored in a glass case, is expected to vie for top lot, during Morphy Auctions' first toy auction of 2016, March 4-5.
Did you know one of the earliest forms of bobbleheads, known as German nodders, were first produced in the late 19th century and were ceramic? Enjoy nine more interesting facts about bobbleheads in this 10 Things You Didn't Know column by Karen Knapstein.
The cast of the block buster film — Star Wars: The Force Awakens — top many lists these days, including PSA/DNA's latest list of 'most dangerous autographs'.
One of the most valuable pieces of collecting advice (besides collect what you love) is: If an item grabs your attention, pick it up before it's gone. Such was the case for Trader subscriber Lynn Weitz, who shares the tale of missing Superman's call.
Time is running out to view a rare collection of marbles, courtesy of the exhibit, The History and Art of Marbles, at the Temecula Valley Museum.
One of known two boxed sets of Britain Boer War Army Service Supply Column toy soldiers commanded $22,800 during a recent Old Toy Soldier Auctions' sale.
Approximately 10,000 LEGO sets have been created over the past 50 years. Brothers Ed and Jeff Maciorowski have written a new book that examines their investment potential.
Renninger’s Antiques & Farmer’s Market in Kutztown, Pa. will be the hub for PEZ collecting Oct. 24, when it hosts the 6th annual PEZylvania PEZ Gathering.
A figural tea caddy in the shape of a royal carriage may be one of the lots to garner much attention during Woody Auction's Part 2 auction of the Dr. Harold and Audrey Eklund collection, Aug. 29.
Phyllis Baskerville is hoping to spread the word about her Dolly Mama's Museum of Dolls & Toys, with the hope that she can find a new home for the collection.