Collectable Toys

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Saturday 17 October 2015

Commencing at 10:58pm

Newnham Street Saleroom


Friday prior – 9am to 8pm
Morning of sale from 9am

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For those of you still young at heart, our Toys & Childhood Memorabilia sales provides a real trip down memory lane. This auction includes a fascinating mix of Dolls, Teddy bears, Tinplate and other toys from the 19th Century through to more recent times.

To include

Teddy bears & dolls, Dolls’ houses, prams, Trains & railway items, Die cast vehicles & toys, Lead soldiers, animals & other figurines, Tin plate, Scalextric & similar, Meccano, Bayko & other construction sets, Remote controlled & battery operated toys


Illustrated catalogues are available for all Antique and Specialist sales. (£5.00 by post). These sales can also be viewed on–line 10 days prior to the auction.

Condition Reports

Condition reports and further images of lots are available for this sale via the website
We regret that we are unable to process requests for condition reports received after 1.00pm on the day preceding the sale


Should you have suitable entries for these sales please contact
Lindsay Vintiner 01234 266 366 for further information.

Entries now invited for next sale

Recent Highlights

Recent sale results from this auction are displayed below. To view highlights from other auctions, click here.

Collectable Toys

A mid-20th century tin plate pedal car

Sold for £500

For Restoration: A Tri-ang Daimler pedal car (af)

Sold for £900

A Scalextric 007 James Bond motor racing set including Aston Martin in white, Mercedes Benz Bandit Car in black, leaflets etc, boxed

Sold for £1100

A Tri-ang Minic taxi, red livery, boxed

Sold for £650

A rare Britains hollowcast figure of a giraffe

Sold for £190

A Lenci-type pressed felt doll

Sold for £360

Matchbox Superfast diecast models

Sold for £760

An early 20th Century Bing tin-plate toy vehicle

Sold for £14,400

A late 18th century fully jointed carved wooden doll, the head with fixed blue glass eyes and painted features above a fully jointed body, wearing early 19th century clothing, l. 76 cm
*with correspondence from The London Museum relating to the donation of the doll to the museum dated 13th June, 1950

Sold for £2,900

A 19th century elm seated child's Windsor armchair, h. 66 cm

Sold for £410

A Scalextric C69 Ferrari GT 250 Berlinetta in cream, red interior, racing number 7

Sold for £550

A 19th century decoupage toy trunk and contents

Sold for £640

A Dinky 501 Foden eight-wheel wagon

Sold for £350

An early 20th century table top dolls house and accessories

Sold for £560

A Japanese battery powered ‘Ranger Robot’

Sold for £600