After a three-year hiatus, ‘Toys & Prices,’ the go-to guide for toy collectors, returns with renewed focus, new categories and a new attitude, thanks to toymaster Mark Bellomo.
Old Toy Soldier Auctions' event promises to be explosively exciting with 1,600 lots of soldiers and figurines from prominent toy collections set for sale.
Collectors of toys, record albums and antique firearms are in for a treat, with the release of three new references from Krause Publications.
A trio of estate is helping create an event not to miss, with several lots of period furniture, vintage jewelry, silver, antique toys, and coin-op machines May 11.
A multimillion-dollar three-day dual auction extravaganza is planned Nov. 28-30, 2012, in Fairfield, Maine. The back-to-back cataloged auctions are filled with two full days of fine glass and lamps followed by toys, dolls, antique advertising, coin-op, music machines, salesman samples and more.
A rare and desirable 1905 Wurlitzer Style 17 PianOrchestra in excellent working condition soared to $120,000 at a huge three-day auction held Oct. 5-7 by Showtime Auction Services.
Bertoia Auctions will offer the second and final offering of Dick Claus’s incomparable collection of vintage and antique toy ships and boats Nov. 10, 2012.
Fine European antique toys and train stations, plus an array of still and mechanical banks and toys from collectors Dr. James Laster and John Jirofsky headline the July 1, 2012 auction. Cast-iron American toys exhibiting particularly fine condition include a “super-mint” circa-1905 Uncle Sam Chariot, made by Kenton Hardware and retaining 99.5 percent of...
A remarkable cross-category collection of vintage toy airplanes, three outstanding train collections and more than 400 lots of dolls and accessories will join a widely varied array of other fine toys to form the core of Morphy Auction's May 11-12. 2012 sale.
The inaugural Antique Toys and Coin Operated Machine Show presented more than 40 dealers to a strong opening crowd March 3, 2012 in Greenwich, Conn. Shoppers did not know quite what to expect, “creating good buzz and very good sales!” said show promoter Ron Vastola.