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Last answer by Linda 79 months ago +0 votes:
since condition is everything, a picture would be nice so that we could give a better idea to you. I have one at home that my father had to redo the base/bottom to since it went through 5 children. He even had to replace the end grip on the head handles as we wore those off as well, but as he was a master knot expert from the navy in world war II he did a wonderful job. even with all that work I f... more
Last answer by Shinsei Yeung 98 months ago +1 votes:
Without information as to its possible company of origin or perhaps a picture of your toys,  I cannot accurately tell you because the value of collectable toys vary --- some companies toys are worth more than others just like comic books. In an example if you had an original  1980's mattel   GI Joe figure --- lets say its  Cobra Commander,  and at the same t... more
Last answer by William J. Felchner 54 months ago +2 votes:
I imagine you're referring to a 1922 Rogers Hornsby E121 American Caramel baseball card. Or you could be referring to a Hornsby 1922 Eastern Exhibit or...? Assuming you have an original 1922 Hornsby American Caramel card, its value would be contingent on condition. One in graded PSA 6 excellent-mint condition would be worth around $900.  Reprint alert: They reprinted the 1922 E121 80-card Am... more
Last answer by Joshua Roark 56 months ago +0 votes:
FOLLOW UP: I'm not looking for anything on E-bay or Amazon. I only found one good one called Mike's General Store located in Canada. I collect 1990 Dick Tracy Movie Merchandise & collectibles and there are all kinds of items out there and I just can't get them all on e-bay & amazon. WHERE ARE ALL THE OTHER LITTLE SHOPS AROUND THE COUNTRY & WORLD THAT MIGHT HAVE SOME ITEMS I'M LOOKING F... more
Last answer by William J. Felchner 57 months ago +0 votes:
The World War II TV series Combat! ran from 1962-67. In 1964, Donruss issued a 132 Combat! card set in two series. If your cards are in only fair to good condition, they would be worth around $1 each.  more
Last answer by Teresa Conti 57 months ago +0 votes:
Thats nice, but newspaper in general are not worth a lot.  They don't hold up well over time and most newspapers had/have a morgue in which they keep copies of their old editions. This makes them fairly available.  At most, it would be worth $20 or so. (Used to collect newspapers) more
Last answer by Sam Montana 58 months ago +0 votes:
You should really have it appraised by an actual antique store or a similar place that specializes in Hollywood memorabilia. Looking on eBay, it could be quit valuable.  more
I ask this because Adrienne King says she found a dusty box in 2005 with never-before-seen Polaroids of the set, but those photos appears in te documentary for dvd release 'Return to Crystal Lake' of 2003. Thank you! more
Last answer by William J. Felchner 59 months ago +0 votes:
You can try Google Product Search. If that fails, you need to contact vintage toy dealers or political memorabilia dealers. I'm not sure how many "I Like Ike" battery-operated toys are actually for sale at present.  more
Last answer by clarice philigret 59 months ago +0 votes:
WALKING ELEPHANT - remote control operated, its vintage. more
Last answer by BlogWriter 60 months ago +0 votes:
You can try selling it through Ebay.com where you can auction your item or you can also sell it online on amazon.com. If you are in Asia, you can also sell it through Multiply Marketplace. You will have to set up your own account if you sell through these 3 sites. more
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Last answer by Bobby Scott 60 months ago +0 votes:
Yes, Trainz.com does carry models of steam engines. Keep in mind that these products are not cheap. However, they look excellent. You can call (866) 234-1800 and get additional information. Here is a direct link to the model train steam engines. There are about 185 models on the site. You will also find a very detailed description of each train along with the price and you can place your order onl... more
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