We have all at one time had a favorite Wham-O Toy. I mean, they have been around for over 60 years! Shown here are just a few of the many photos seen inside this wonderful book.
Whereas now children play on apps and online communities, there were whole generations that stored tangible nuggets of nostalgia on bookshelves and cupboards. The value of vintage and iconic toys from as early as the s have started soaring — with some racking up to hundreds of thousands of dollars today. Do you have any of these classic toys in your attic?
We have frequented local toy fairs, swap meets and antique fairs in and around the West Country. We are very excited to announce that from the 4th March we will be trading out of our own new premises at If you have any vintage toys or Motoring memorabilia, and are looking to sell them, we would be delighted to have the opportunity to purchase them from you.
Check the attic and raid your parents' basement — these playthings from your past are worth a small fortune now. Ahhhh, the '80s. Bonus dollars if they are in their original packaging. The total haul of the auction came to over half a million dollars, and included this as-new boxed Luke Skywalker figurineone of only 20 out there.
A year-old Baltimore native aims to fill a gap in the struggling toy industry by opening a toy store of his own in Taneytown, Eternia Dreams Toys and Collectibles. With the bankruptcy and subsequent closing of Toys 'R' Us stores, plus the earlier closing of KB Toys, toy stores have become increasingly rare, but Allan Semmont hopes to change that for Taneytown, which his family moved to when he was in grade school. We do more so the collectibles aspect of it.
In order to find out the value of a toy you need to get to know it. You need to understand what the toy is, what toy line it is from, and how common or rare it is. My first port of call would be to head to eBay to try and find a similar item.
His appraisals have helped out the team make great purchases and put money in the pockets of sellers. Steve mainly works from the store in Las Vegas. Stop in to meet the expert and get an autograph!
Collector and business owner Dan Wirth has spent more than forty years gathering and trading memorabilia in everything from Star Wars to Care Bears. Wirth began collecting when he was 10 years old. He started with comics because he found them fun and they piqued his imagination. After Wirth started collecting, he realized that he could sell some of his comics and toys to get other items he really wanted.