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TOYS, TRAINS, BATTERY OPS, & MORE

(550 Lots)
by Weiss Auctions
  • June 20, 2018, 10:00 AM EST Live Auction
  • Lynbrook, NY, US
  • Phone: +1 (516) 594-0731
  • Email: Weiss Auctions
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    Auction Description for Weiss Auctions: TOYS, TRAINS, BATTERY OPS, & MORE
    We are proud to offer Part 1 of the Jan Kalas Estate Collection of Toy Trains which includes many uncataloged and scarce sets and variations. Made up of mainly Lionel Pre & Post War, but with examples from Ives as well. Also offered with be another selection of American & European Trains and Toys from the Jerry & Nina Green Collection. This sale will also feature the debut of the Massive Toy Collection of George Dominguez which is loaded with hundreds of Battery Operated Toys, most in original boxes, Collection of Brass Trains in a variety of scales, Still and Mechanical Banks, and also loaded with Baby Boomer toys including Transformers, He-Man, Shogun Warriors, and the list go on. Also included will be Diecast with Hundreds of Old Store Stock Matchbox, and More.
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    Fri 6/15 (10am-5pm) Mon 6/18 (10am-8pm) Tues 6/19 (10am-8pm) Wed 6/20 (8am-9:45am)

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Estimate: $200 - $400
Description: Circa 1928. Includes an olive 252 center cab electric, rewheeled; 803 hopper; 804 tank car; 805 boxcar; 807 caboose. All are clean & shiny, showing l...
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Description: Circa 1929. Gray with red trim, about as nice as we have seen this loco! It retains its insert and oiling card with a nice ob. Great Example!
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