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Hot Wheels’ Goodwill Ambassador (1/6/09)
Bruce Pascal poses with orange Ferrari P917 Hot Wheels and prototype Hot Wheel moldsAt first glance, Bruce Pascal looks exactly like what he is: a respectable middle-aged commercial real-estate agent with a wife … More >>


Hot Wheels—Still Blazing at 40 (12/22/08)
logoMattel’s Hot Wheels, the ultimate stocking stuffer, turned 40 this year and is still the king of die-cast collectibles, with … More >>


Disney’s Magic Kingdom of Collectibles (11/30/08)
Editor’s Note: There are collectibles, and then there are Disney collectibles. Mickey, Cinderella, Lady and the Tramp, Little Mermaid—these keepsakes go across so many generations and bring such happiness to them. Learn more about Disney collecting. More >>


A Life Well Lived (11/17/08)
A Wedding in a Land of Dolls, LIFE magazine  9/12/1955A Life Well Lived By Laurie McGill On June 18, 2008 I turned on my computer to find an email from the Tudor Family: More >>


whats it worth (11/10/08)
HEY I HAVE A ORIGINAL BIG RAIL TOY TRAIN WITH SMOKING ENGINE WITH FUL SET IN ORGINAL BOX I HAVE SEEN A PIECE HERE AND THERE ON NET BUT NEVER A FULL SET CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT IT MIGHT BE WORTH More >>


Schuco Toys (11/10/08)
schuco pigThis Schuco Pig Violinist is a Pre World War Two example made by Schuco in the 1930’s, values for these depends a great deal on their condition. The famous German toy maker Schuco had it’s start in the Schreyer & Co , formed by Heinrich Muller and Heinrich Schreyer in 1912, the company was renamed “Schuco” in 1921. More >>


The Parisian Poupée….French Fashion Dolls (10/12/08)
The exact purpose of French Fashion dolls have caused much speculation. There are few if any unaware that Paris, France has a long history of defining what the current ideals of fashion and beauty are. More >>


Goodyear Rubber Head Dolls (10/12/08)
American Charles Goodyear was born in 1800 and died in 1860. His father Amasa Goodyear was a pioneer in the manufacture of American hardware and was the inventor of a steel hayfork which replaced the heavy iron fork. The invention of the steel hay fork expedited and thus lightened the labor of field work. His father also manufactured the first pearl buttons made in America. More >>


Doll Collecting Traces Roots to the 18th Century (10/7/08)
United Federation of Doll ClubOrganized Doll Collecting Traces Roots to the 18th Century By Laurie McGill More >>


Doll Terminology (10/6/08)
Jan FoulkeDoll Terminology By Laurie McGill The following is a list of frequently used doll terms, based in part on the Glossary, published by the United Federation of Doll Clubs in 1978, and Jan Foulke’s 12th Blue Book of Dolls & Values, published by Hobby House Press, Inc. All-Bisque: a miniature doll, typically under 12 inches, made entirely of bisque. More >>


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