LARGE LOT LIONEL, AMERICAN FLYER, MORE LATE 1930s ON UP

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 14,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Tommy Gunn's Cyber Store
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I have a large lot of Collector Trains from the 30's on up from Lionel, American Flyer, Marx and other companies ( pictures below ). I'm looking for someone to buy the whole lot. I would like the buyer to be able to pick up the items but if your someone from out of the area and know of a way to ship all of these items, I will work with you but for the most, a local pickup would work best. Mainly because anything could happen when the packages are shipped.

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I have been collecting these trains below since I was a kid and inherited many from my grandfather who passed away in 1973. Thru the years I have added more to the collection. I have decided that after all of theses years there is no point with keeping items that have never been displayed since I owned them. I feel that they would best fit someone who plans on using the items or buying to resell to others who would enjoy. I would benefit by having extra money and more room on my shelves :O)

In all of the pictures below is what I have to sell in this lot. What you see in the background of the photos are the other trains in the other photos. Please review the photos below and if your interested in buying the lot, do contact me to discuss. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

I will be taking offers from as many people who are SERIOUS about owning these collectables. I know the real value of these items and understand that I could never get the full value of them but something respectable. Just don't contact me if you think 500 dollars is a great offer or something insane. I will not waist your time and please don't waist mine.

All of these trains have been stored in my warehouse and have not been exposed to any moist basements or poor storage conditions but some are dusty. I would clean off the dust on some of them, but I understand that if I would use the wrong chemical or something of that nature, I could screw up the items, so I will leave it up to the buyer. If interested, do contact me so you can review the items or if you live local, in person. I'm usually available in the evenings after 6pm and on the weekends.

Again, I will be taking offers from serious collectors or seller for a week, after that time, I will close the ad.

I will also be selling 100s of old baseball cars from the 40s, 50s, 60s, & 70s and many old matchbox cars from the 60s on up as well. If interested, please let me know.

(23 TRAIN ENGINES , BOTH ELECTRIC AND A FEW WIND UP THAT DO WORK)

Thank you and enjoy the pictures and if you request close up pictures of any particular item, just let me know. I will post it or email them to you.
I will not sell the items by piece so please don't ask.

(Center Engine) - Engines in background are posted in other photos below.

(4 tin rail cars and three of them are made by Marx)

(2 tin caboose (the cabooses are from the above picture and 1 tin box car)

(2 tin Santa Fe oil cars (Note : 1 has a red base, the other has a black base) and 2 tin rail cars)

(The wind-up engines that do work)

(3 Tin cars)

(4 electric Engines)

(4 tin cars and one is missing a wheel from truck which I do have (the rivet came out) and the army canon does fire.

(8 passenger / box cars and 1 tin caboose) (pass car in back left hand corner is w/ picture above)

(All the American Flyer cars and NEW Train engine above have consecutive serial numbers, they are an unopened set)

(American Flyer Engine, I believe a part is missing on the wheels that moves with the wheels))

(American Flyer Electric engine and coal car)

(American Flyer tin building)

(The Commodore Electric engine and coal car)

(A very rare Easter Bunny wind up train w/ 4 matching tin cars & Yes the windup bunny does work)

(Pennsylvania Railroad tin end passenger car, rear of car picture below)

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