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.
A diverse collection amassed by three sisters, over more than 40 years, will be offered in a three day estate sale July 11-14 in Georgia.
Just a few months back Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East Coast, but the NYC Pier Show opened its doors then and it is preparing to again March 16-17.
A rare clockwork toy yielded more than double its high estimate to earn the top spot in a three-day $2.5 million auction at James D. Julia's in November 2012.
The love and craftsmanship in these dolls is clearly demonstrated by how these simple dolls have held up over time. The makers of these pieces of art deserve credit for their work and the heart they put into making these items.
Best known for its Brilliant cut glass auctions, Woody Auctions is offering two major single-owner lifetime collections – one of phonographs and stereo view cards, the other of pocket watches, wrist watches and jewelry. One collection holds a 2.25-ct. round brilliant diamond while the other offers collectors a chance to own a rare Dolly...
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.
After visiting five national vintage doll shows, columnist and expert Sherry Minton says attendance is up and the dealers have been selling. However, show demographics have changed: No longer are shows attracting dealers from long distances and the buyers seem to be from a 100-mile radius. Advertising is concentrated on local fliers, antique shops,...
The May Gold Rush at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds in Rochester, Minn., opens May 11-13, 2012. The show is back on its regular Mother’s Day weekend.
Today as we shop for dolls, the label “Made in China” is ever present but the Oriental influence in the doll world was seen much earlier. In 1851, Edmund Lindner, a prominent doll merchant from Sonneberg, Germany, visited the London World Exhibition. One of the doll displays that caught his eye was a group of...