Cordier Auctions is opening its two-day Fall Antique & Fine Art auction with a single-consignor, 80-lot collection of Charles Lindbergh memorabilia.
For toy collectors, the holiday season begins with Bertoia’s annual November toy auction, including toys, trains, banks, doorstops and holiday antiques.
Donley Auctions is presenting a memorable one-night auction featuring 300 one-of-a-kind items, including the Kiddieland carousel and an intact 1880s soda fountain and pharmacy interior.
Old Toy Soldier's Summer Auction attracted the big guns of collecting, who over the course of the three-day event dropped $501,000 on 1,647 lots.
More than 1,000 toys, many of which were Japanese wind-up designs from the 1950s and 1960s, were sold during Victorian Casino Antiques' May antique toy auction.
A robust selection of atypical coins and nearly 200 vintage toys, including tin litho toys and several rare robots, will cross the auction block at Thomaston Place Auctions Sept. 19.
In an auction which saw $1.2 million in sales, an uncommon Popeye windup “Air-o-Plane” complete with its original box soared to $11,257 and a new home at a museum in the Orient, during a June 21 auction at James D. Julia Inc.
A 500-lot auction slated for Aug. 24 features a diverse mix of transportation toys including die-cast offerings from the likes of Corgi and Hubley to pressed steel vehicles like a 1927 Golden Arrow wind-up racer from Kingsbury.
An eclectic mix of toys, dolls and trains, including an impressive Lionel Train set, circa 1960s, vintage die-cast aviation toys and antique dolls, will cross the auction block at Stephenson's Auctioneers Aug. 16.
It was a toy collector's paradise during Bertoia's Toy Picks auction in early May, which finished with $1.5 million in sales, with a circa-1902 first-series Marklin Toy Battleship Maine leading all lots, after fetching $64,900.