American Toys


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Top shelf, Item A, 767 Roadside Diner (Branford Diner) Type II painted variation from 1952-1954, these painted ones are usually a disaster with flaking paint all over, this one is above average with a few scattered small marks, the base is very clean as well, has original roof sign, smoke stack and TV antenna with one cross arm, very nice VG+/E- but looks better
$65.00

Middle shelf, Item B, No. 774 Floodlight Tower Type III with bank of four lights above platform, gray base and platform, red super structure, white/red trim shanty at base with green roof, nice item with no damage, paint is nice and tight with minor loss on one rear corner of tower, E-
$40.00

Bottom shelf, Item C, 779 Oil Drum Loader in original box with insert plus original box for original man and cart, also correct button and eight barrels, clean accessory with minor wear, tested and works well, most popular and best operating accessory in the AF line as far as I can tell, E.
$95.00

Top shelf, Item A, Lionel 117 caboose, red body w/ black lettering, black roof, red cupola red cupola roof, all original paint with modest contact marks, data complete, black stamped manufacturer's data on underside of car, VG
$30.00

Middle shelf, Item B, Lionel 113 stock car in pea green, nickel brake wheel at each end, no printing on car, manufacturer's data embossed in the floor of the car, modest marks on one side of car, complete and original, VG+
$35.00

Bottom shelf, Item C, Lionel 112 sand car (gondola) in gray finish with gold data, complete and original with light play wear, manufacturer's data and car number printed on underside of car, VG+
$30.00

Item A, left side of frame, colorful thick paper mache' tunnel, slightly curved for bend section of track, no damage, O-gauge or smaller E. 15.00 Item B, right side of frame, snow scene tunnel, thin paper mache', straight run tunnel, no damage, O-gauge or smaller, E.
$15.00

Group of HO locomotives and engines, mostly produced overseas and sold by American manufacturers. Item A, top shelf, left side, Pennsylvania electric in maroon livery, modest play wear with some pantograph damage, runs
$12.00

Item B, top shelf, right side, Santa Fe E-7 type diesel in popular Warbonnet livery, silver with red front and yellow detailing, modest use, runs, E-
$6.00

Item C, middle shelf, left side, Amtrack livery E-7 type diesel, modest use, runs
$6.00

Item D, middle shelf, right side, Baldwin type diesel switch engine in blue and yellow livery, no road name present, modest play wear, runs
$6.00

Item E, bottom shelf, left side, Marklin 0-6-0 tank type locomotive with passenger car, runs fine on three rail Marklin track, E- for loco, VG for car
$20.00

Item F, bottom shelf, right side, 0-6-0 Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe steam switcher with tender, overall decent, but boiler front missing on locomotive, runs
$8.00

Frame 1- American Toys Small grouping of later Plasticville kits in original boxes: Item A, top shelf, left side, 1975 Coaling Station in solid full color original box, never assembled as far as I can tell, complete and in like new condition, brown walls and gray trim roof, ladders
SOLD

Item B, top shelf, right side, 1851 Barn in solid full color original box, white sides and red roof and silo roof, all parts present including ventilators and weather vane, very clean with no defects, like new
$12.00

Item C, bottom shelf, left side 1921 Fire House in solid full color original box, white with red roof, no fire department logo over doors, comes with ladder truck but missing ladder, very clean with only missing truck ladder, like new
SOLD

Item D, bottom shelf, right side, 1852 Ranch House in solid full color original box, this one has blue walls, white doors, dark gray roof and blue chimney, very clean with no defects, like new
$15.00

Grouping of toy parts Item A- top shelf, left side, derrick boom with rigging and hook, all metal construction, black cab, red boom, could build a neat project with this item, clean
SOLD

Item B- top shelf, right side, derrick boom with rigging and hook, looks like it might have been used on a toy wrecker truck, complete item or create a net project, clean
$10.00

Item C- middle shelf, left side, this is the boom for a Marx airplane/blimp tower, metal construction, complete with hooks and mounting pin to tower, an important item if you are missing this piece, clean
$10.00

Item D- middle shelf, right side, blade for tractor or bulldozer, metal construction, silver blade, red mounting bracket, clean
$6.00

Item E- bottom shelf, left side, small metal wagon for tractor, all metal construction, orange with blue and green wheels, made in Japan, clean
$6.00

Item F-bottom shelf, middle, this is the front roller for an early Marx road roller toy, all metal construction with lithographed copper roller surface and red and black sides and mounting bracket, clean
$12.00

Item G- bottom shelf, right side, front end loader bucket, all metal construction, red finished bucket with yellow mounting bracket, clean
$10.00

Top shelf, left side, Item A - Military Headquarters in olive drab colors, complete including chimney, very clean with almost no play wear, E.
SOLD

Top shelf, right side, Item B - Western log cabin from play set, this one is plain with plain interior, complete including chimney, minor play wear, E-/E.
$25.00

Bottom shelf, left side, Item C- Roy Rogers play set cabin in light brown log lithography with logo above door, very clean with minimal play wear, E.
$28.00

Bottom shelf, right side, Item D - Roy Rogers play set cabin in dark brown log lithography, logo above door, complete including chimney, very clean, E.
SOLD

Marx large flat bed tractor trailer truck in red, plastic tractor cab, pressed steel trailer with plastic front bolster, probably had perimeter fences when sold new, still a very impressive and large truck, 27 inches long, VG+
$85.00

Top shelf, left side of shelf, Item A, Ferdinand Strauss, very attractive truck cab lithographed in gray, blue and red, No. 74 on cab doors, lots of nice detail with separate bumper, fenders on all wheels and running boards, steerable front wheels, complete motor except spring removed, has nice driver in cab, body mounts in place, lots of interesting options, few tiny oxide spots one side, modest play wear, VG/VG+ , 9.75 inches long and 4.5 inches high
$50.00

Top shelf, right side of shelf, Item B, Ferdinand Strauss, very attractive truck cab lithographed in red, green, yellow black and gray, No. 71 on cab doors, lots of nice detail with separate bumper, fenders on all wheels and running boards, steerable front wheels, non-motorized, has rough condition driver in cab, one body mount in place, lots of interesting options, modest play wear, VG/VG+, 9.75 inches long and 4.5 inches high
$45.00

Bottom shelf, Item C, Chein Hercules Motor Express cab in orange, black, white, green and blue on thin sheet metal, separate grill, headlight and bumper section, green fenders at front, non-steerable front wheels, one rear wheel is undersized replacement, interesting incomplete item to make a great project, VG, 7.75 inches long and 4.5 inches high
$35.00

Top shelf, left side, Item A, green plastic with wood wheels road roller toy, unknown manufacturer, overall clean item, approximately 6 inches long, E-
$12.00

Top shelf, right side, Item B, Manoil cast metal truck in red, removable side panels are missing, not a particularly common item, clean E-/E.
$15.00

Bottom shelf, Item C, cast metal wrecker and auto in silver painted finish, original white rubber tires, original paint with modest play wear, car is Hubley, wrecker is probably Barclay, nice early pair, E-
SOLD






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