Warwick and Warwick Die Cast, Model Soldiers and Toys Auction Report 16th September 2020
21st September 2020
The current COVID-19 heath crisis has led many companies to change their practices to bring them into line with the current government safety guidelines. So, for the safety of our customers and our staff, our 16th September 2020 Die Cast, Model Soldiers and Toys sale was a closed-door auction, with no room bidders allowed.
We were however able to offer viewing of the sale on the Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday before the auction, on a strictly by appointment only basis. Unfortunately, we are still unable to welcome the public to view on the morning of the sale.
There was a great deal of interest in the auction with many bidders placing book bids and over 60 bidders on the telephone during in the sale.
We began with the toys section which included this Lego Creator Town Hall set sold for £216 and this tinplate Wall of Death by an unknown maker realised £90.
In the model soldiers section highlights included this Arghiros (Italy) Napoleonic collection of painted silver figures which achieved £480.
This Britains Racing Colours of Famous Owners – Mrs McDonald-Buchanan sold for £552 and this Charbens Soap Box Racer Set realised £372.
Moving on to the die cast section of particular note was this Dinky Foden Flat Truck No. 503 which realised £192.
This Spot-On Vauxhall Cresta No. 165 sold for £192 and this Pocher/ Rivarossi 1932 Rolls Royce Phantom II Sedanca Coupe unmade model kit achieved £300.
Our next die cast, model soldiers and toys auction will be held on Wednesday 18th November 2020.
The full catalogue for this sale will be on our website in the next few weeks or keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook pages which will include updates of our latest auction news.
Are you thinking of selling your toy collection or perhaps part of it? Would you like us to value your collection and give you advice on how best to market it? Visit our Die Cast, Model Soldiers and Toys department page for more information or call us on 01926 499 031 and ask to speak to one of our experts.
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