Their Work was Child’s Play What’s in the Attic? Linda Hamer Kennett The Fisher Price Toy Company was formed in 1931 by Herman Fisher, Irving Price, and Helen M. Schelle. While none of the three had much experience in the field of toy manufacturing, they shared a vision to produce a line of toys that … Read moreFisher Price Collectible Toys Strike Again
Press Release: SERIOUSTOYZ’ AUCTION #55, TWICE DELAYED, IS ONLINE NOW AND WILL END MAY 30-31; NEARLY 1,300 LOTS ARE BEING OFFERED (CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y.) – Serious Toyz’ Auction #55, twice delayed, is online now (at SeriousToyz.com) and will end May 30 (for Character and Classic Collectibles) and May 31 (for Toy Vehicles). Auction #55 is a … Read moreSerious Toyz’ Auction #55
From factoidz.com comes the following story on vintage toys: Another day, another dollar (especially if you buy and sell collectibles at internet auction). This summer, consider dipping into your vintage porky piggy bank to buy some vintage toys. Think of these toys as potentially good investments – sort of like stocks, except you can play … Read moreHot Collectibles – Vintage Toys
1954 Superman vs. The Robot Lunch Box in Mint Condition Sells for $11,865 at Multi-Estate Sale Held OCT. 22-24 by Philip Weiss Auctions (OCEANSIDE, N.Y.) – A 1954 Superman vs. The Robot lunch box in mint condition – widely regarded as the Holy Grail of rare and vintage lunch boxes – soared to $11,865 at … Read moreSuperman Lunch Box goes for $11,865 at Auction
What’s in the Attic? by Linda Hamer Kennett (reprinted with permission) With a body modeled after May West and an attitude to rival Madonna’s, she has evolved into a cult figure with thousands of fans world wide. Although only a cartoon character, her obvious sensuality and her “I can do anything a man can do” … Read moreBetty Boop – BOOP-OOP-A-DOOP!