DALLAS – A collection of 23 Star Wars action figures sold at auction for a total of $201,180. The premiere Star Wars toys sold through Heritage Auctions during the firm’s Comics & Comic Art Auction, held Aug. 2-4 in Dallas, Texas, which brought in a total of $6,670,739. The valuable action figure collection...
Pook & Pook Inc. and Noel Barrett are bringing forth a variety of toys for their next collaborative auction, which is slated for Aug. 15.
The comic book boasting the first appearance of Robin the Boy Wonder, Detective Comics #38 from 1940, changed hands for $28,997 during Hake's July 11-12 auction.
An antique and collectible doll collection, teddy bears, and figures, including examples by Steiff, Disney, and Lenci, will headline an online auction set for July 29 through Turner Auction + Appraisals.
One of the country's most expansive miniature circus, featuring figures hand-carved by a father-son duo over the course of five decades, is on the market.
For generations, games like Scrabble, Monopoly, checkers and chess have captivated the attention of all ages. Even in today's technologically advanced world, board games continue to attract new players, as well as collectors, as Doug Koztoski explains.
A seldom-seen clockwork toy limousine is among the highlights of the more than 1,100 lots featured in Bertoia Auctions’ Spring Signature Sale, scheduled for April 27-28.
The fourth joint auction between Pook & Pook and Noel Barrett, slated for March 24, features a painted tin clockwork musical carousel, circa 1910, that could bring upwards of $30,000.
Think back to your care-free days of youth: Do you recall playing marbles with friends? If so, you have two brothers and the city of Akron, Ohio to thank, explains Antique Trader guest contributor Ingrid Floyd.
A new film in the unparalleled Star Wars series is on the big screen, carrying on a legacy that began 40 years ago. A legacy rich with collectible popularity.