During James D. Julia's Nov. toy doll auction, a sale which saw windup toys, still banks, advertising and coin-op collections, and Steiff dolls draw much bidder interest, total sales topped $1.4M.
A silver tea set comprised of seven hand-chased, Richelieu pattern pieces is one of the hundreds of lots set to cross the auction block June 22 at Kaminski Auctions.
Stanton's Auctioneers brought music devices to the masses during its spring auction April 24-26, where an 80 year-old Mermod Freres cylinder music box took top lot honors.
One of America's finest collections of doll houses is heading to market April 11 and 12, and among the lots is a 19th century English Baby House, which is expected to command between $8,000 and $12,000.
Antique, vintage, modern, reproduction and art dolls, along with related accessories, will be plentiful during the Tucson Spring Doll Show & Sale, April 5.
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.
German bisque dolls, a beautiful French Bru, Schoenhuts, Googlies and other 20th-century classics are coming together at Morphy’s September 21 Doll Auction.
Skinner is celebrating the rare and one-of-a-kind objects May 22-23 during a Discovery auction, which will feature antique dolls, toys and early photography.
It will be a doll parade April 27 at Dan Morphy's, when more than 500 dolls, including a 19th century "H" doll, expected to fetch upwards of $40,000, is offered.
New man made materials used by the military in World War II gave the doll industry a new platform, but it was a series of unique partnerships that gave it rise.