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Schroeder's Collectible Toys: Antique to Modern Price Guide (2006 Edition)
Sharon Huxford (Editor)
1574324799
September 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Of the many toy books on the market today, only one tackles this enormous and varied field head-onSchroeders Collectible Toys, Antique to Modern! This large format, 512-page book contains values for over 20,000 toys in every category imaginableaction figures, cast-iron and paper lithographed toys, wind-ups, Barbie dolls, model kits, diecast banks, games, playsets, character toys, and many other categories of childrens playthings dating from the nineteenth century to the twenty-first. Compiled by the editors of the countrys bestselling antiques price guide, Schroeders Collectible Toys has been highly acclaimed and enthusiastically accepted by toy collectors and dealers all over the country for ten years! Backing the editors is a fantastic team of researchers and advisors who carefully check every line for...


Toy Car Collector's Guide: Identification and Values for Diecast, White Metal, Other Automotive Toys & Models (Toy Car Collectors Guide)
Dana Johnson
1574324586
August 30, 2005
Paperback
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NASCAR Die-Cast Collectibles
Checker Bee Publishing
1585980692
Sept 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
The thrilling world of NASCAR racing is captured in the Collector's Value Guide! The guide includes an overview of NASCAR Winston Cup racing, die-cast collectibles for some of the top Winston Cup Series drivers, biographies for some of the biggest names in auto racing and up-to-date secondary market values! Be sure to check out our other fun titles such as: Hot Wheels, Dale Earnhardt, Jeff Gordon and more!


Star Wars 7.5" Scaled Replica Darth Sidious Episode III Lightsaber
Master Replicas
1400628555
June 2005
Other Format
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Collectors Guide to Diecast Toys and Scale Models: Identification & Values (Collector's Guide to)
Dana Johnson
1574320416


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Racing Die-Cast Collectibles
Mark Zeske
1887432817
June 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
Beckett Racing & Motorsports Marketplace senior editor Mark Zeske and staff have compiled the most comprehensive sourcebook for racing die-cast replica collectors. This incredible book features page after page of color photos, pricing and checklists for all scales of racing die-cast cars. Manufacturers listed include Racing Champions, Action Performance, Revell, Winner's Circle, Hot Wheels and many more. Includes sections on how to start your collection and hints for storage and display, plus checklists for the top 12 NASCAR drivers. It's a must-have for die-cast collectors and race fans!


Schroeder's Collectible Toys Antique to Modern Price Guide
Sharon Huxford (Editor)
1574323660
October 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
Of the many toy books on the market today, only one tackles this enormous and varied field head-on, Schroeder's Collectible Toys, Antique to Modern! Every category is covered, action figures, cast-iron and paper lithographed toys, windups, Barbie dolls, model kits, diecast banks, games, playsets, character toys, and many other categories of children's playthings dating from the nineteenth century to the nineties. It's the most useful toy guide you could own, each page contains an amazing amount of information. This Large format book contains values of over 24,000 toys in every category imaginable. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


Beckett Racing Collectibles and Die-Cast Price Guides
James Beckett
1930692331
May 2004
Paperback
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Nascar Diecast and Model Cars (Nostalgic Treasures)
Bill Coulter
0760309809
December 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
Like any multibillion-dollar entertainment venture, NASCAR provides plenty of licensed ephemera with which fans can express their loyalty to favorite drivers and teams. This must-have volume for NASCAR fans and collectors features all the diecast models, plastic-model kits, Hot Wheels, Matchbox cars, transporters and other NASCAR models that have been available to fans over the course of the last 20 years. All examples are arranged by driver and most are illustrated with a color photograph and accompanied by brief descriptions providing dates of manufacture. Appendices include a value guide to the items featured, as well as team and driver information.


Beckett Racing Collectibles and Die-Cast Price Guide
James Beckett
1930692390
Mar 2005
Paperback
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Complete Book of Hot Wheels
Bob Parker
0764310836
October 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
Mattel Co. celebrated the 25th anniversary of its diecast toy cars, Hot Wheels, in 1993. They were an instant success in 1968 and they continue to be loved by children and collectors alike. The 686 wonderful color photographs in this new book cover nearly every casting from the first car through the 1999 model year. They provide a complete visual guide for collectors. In addition, there is a listing of the many variations to help collectors sort through the vast and rapidly growing world of Hot Wheels. The scope of Hot Wheels collecting is international as collectors can be found throughout the world. It is enjoyed by people of all ages. This book will expand their knowledge, interest, and enjoyment of collecting Hot Wheels.

About the Author
Bob Parker is an avid collector and...


Collecting Diecast Vehicles
Peter Rixon
1845330307
May 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Whether motivated by childhood nostalgia for those beloved Matchbox and Dinky cars, or by a desire to build up a handsome collection of vintage and veteran models, Miller’s Collecting Diecast Vehicles is the essential guide to these miniature autos. It presents this popular collecting area in an informative and in-depth manner, showing more than 320 items in color, and covering all the key makes: Matchbox, Corgi, Dinky, Lledo, and more. Divided into a chronological survey of maker and then a thematic section detailing different kinds of vehicles such as police cars, taxis, and racing cars, it includes advice on assessing identity, age, and condition; how to tell if an item is genuine; and care and display. A glossary with UK and US terms and a directory of auction houses, museums, and toy fairs is...


Diecast Toy Aircraft: An International Guide
Mike Richardson
1872727239
December 1997
Hardcover
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The Other Matchbox Toys: Identification & Value Guide 1947-2004
Dana Johnson
1574324462
March 2005
Paperback
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The Collector's Guide to Toy Cars: An International Survey of Tinplate and Diecast Cars from 1990
Gordon Gardiner, Richard O'Neill
0517159775


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Diecast Cars of the 1960s (Enthusiast Color Series)
Mac Ragan, Ken Gross
0760307199


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Book Description
Fueled by nostalgia, todays flea markets and auction websites abound with thousands of pocket-sized vehicles. Arranged by vehicle types this colour history is filled with photos depicting the most significant of these miniatures. Brief histories of the manufacturers appear throughout, accompanied by overviews and descriptions of the individual toy vehicles.


Big Book of Toy Airplanes
W. Tom Miller
1574324578
June 2005
Paperback
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Collector's Guide to Diecast Toys & Scale Models: Identification and Values
Dana Johnson
0891456937


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Hot Wheels: 35 Years of Speed, Power, Performance and Attitude
Randy Leffingwell
0760315736
August 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
Silver Medal Winner at 2004 International Automotive Media Awards!In the 1960s, diecast cars and trucks were simple, stodgy, and clunky. They were hobby items, not toys, often displayed but seldom played with. They lacked "play value." Enter Mattel. In 1968 they introduced the first 18 Hot Wheels(tm) cars to the world. The vehicles were cool looking, they were well-detailed, and most of all, they could go like heck. Following the vision of a courageous leader and a creative group of designers, engineers, and marketers, Mattel revolutionized the diecast world with its 1/64th-scale cars on hot mag wheels that could move at speeds far beyond their competition.Thirty-five years and a few billion cars later, Hot Wheels(tm) cars are still number one. These junior racers are very hot collectibles and favorite toys for kids of...


Classic Lionel Trains
Gerry Souter
0760311382
May 2002
Paperback
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Book Description
The story of Lionel is a one-hundred-year saga of the world's most famous model trains. Yet in 1967, the company filed for bankruptcy, and in 1969 Lionel licensed its electric train manufacturing to breakfast-cereal conglomerate General Mills. This book examines the five distinct eras of Lionel's history, placing them in the context of real-life railroads and world affairs. No gauge is overlooked in the details of founder Joshua Lionel Cowen's most significant products and his crafty business decisions. Excellent color photographs focus on Lionel locomotives like the 1903 Electric Express, the 1937 Hudsons, and the famous Santa Fe F3 diesels, with attention on rolling stock such as the animated Poultry Dispatch Car and historic sets like the Blue Comet.


Transport Toys: An International Survey of Tinplate and Diecast Commercial Vehicles from 1900 to the Present Day
Gordon Gardiner, Richard O'Neill
0517184710
May 1997
Hardcover
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A Guide to Buick Diecast and Collectibles
Joey O'Connor
0971619409
December 1, 1999
Paperback
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Steven L. Dove
"Of all the Buick books a Buick fan could own, this should be on the top of the list"

Daryl Riegel, Turbo Buick Newsletter
If you're interested in Buick diecast and collectibles, this is the book to have.

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Classic Miniature Vehicles: Made in Germany
Edward Force
0887402518
November 1990
Paperback
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Book Description
The Germans have a long and distinguished history of making interesting and superb toys. Their toy motor vehicles go back to the early days of the automobile--which was itself born in Germany. Though most of the early German toy cars, like some of their present day descendants, were made of sheet metal, the firm of Ernst Plank made a series of diecast trucks many years ago. In this new book, Ed Force shows the work of the leading German manufacturers of diecast toys. Included are Conrad, Cursor, Gama, Marklin, N.Z.G. Schabak Schuco, Ziss and R.W., and others. Photographs of over 2,000 vehicles in full color make this a most useful book for collectors and other fanciers of miniature vehicles.

About the Author
Ed Force lives in central Connecticut and is an avid collector of...

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