Warwick and Warwick Die Cast, Model Soldiers and Toys Auction Report 18th May 2016

20th May 2016

Our Die Cast, Model Soldiers and Toys Auction held on 18th May began first thing with queues forming at the door for keen buyers to view the 375 lots on offer.

There were a number of miscellaneous toy lots at the beginning of this auction which all achieved excellent results. Lot 300 realised £472, two and a half times estimate!


In the tinplate section this Sutcliffe Models Unda-Wunder submarine sold for £106.


And this Wells Brimtoy ‘Lyons Tea’ lorry achieved £112.


In the model soldiers section these sought after Stadden soldiers realised £531.


Moving on to die cast models we offered an excellent range of models by Conrad which were lotted both individually and as collections. The combined total of the 8 lots was a very healthy £1,459.


In the Corgi section highlights included this Batmobile No. 267 in black/ blue and yellow striped window box which realised £165. 


And this Avengers Gift set No. 40 also sold for £165.


Dinky models proved popular as ever with this Guy Flat Truck No. 512 achieving £118.


And this Big Bedford Van No. 923 with Heinz Tomato Ketchup decal which realised £247.


There were two excellent models by Shackleton offered in this auction with this Foden F.G.6 Wheel Platform Lorry realising £389.


And this Foden F.G.6 Tipper Lorry selling for £342.


This excellent Denzil Skinner Nuffield Universal Tractor was also popular with buyers selling for a very respectable £318.


Our next die cast, model soldiers and toys auction will be held on Wednesday 20th July 2016. 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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