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Picker's Pocket Guide - Toys: How to Pick Antiques Like a Pro

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Picker's Pocket Guide - Toys: How to Pick Antiques Like a Pro by Eric Bradley

Welcome to Toyland!

Whether it's a rare three-wheeled motorcycle that sold for $23,000 or an unopened LEGO set of the Millennium Falcon that can go for as much as $4,500, toy-box treasures are out there waiting to be found. Discover for yourself what veteran collectors know with this hands-on, how-to guide to picking toys, the No. 1 collecting category. Learn what seasoned collectors look for and what they value in this easy-to-follow and indispensable pocket guide.

You'll uncover:

  • The best toys to hunt for, including action figures, LEGO sets, model trains, space toys, teddy bears, tin toys, vehicles, oddities, and more
  • Practical strategies from top buyers and sellers
  • Where to find hidden treasures
  • How to flip toys for profit and fun
  • Common fakes and reproductions
Whether for pleasure or profit, the Picker's Pocket Guide is a real find.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 208
Size: 42.0 MB
Publisher: Krause Publications
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781440244537 (EPUB)

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