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Lionel 1835E steam locomotive with 384T tender issued in 1934 only, this pair would qualify as museum quality based on pristine paint finish and overall quality of trim. However, the batch of metal alloy used to make the castings for this locomotive was a disaster, as over the years all castings crumbled and essentially turned to dust. This involved the frame, steam chest, boiler front and boiler latch. I have obtained, at significant cost, the best reproduction castings I could find to replace what was left of the originals. All castings were primed and painted carefully to match the original. Every piece of the locomotive other than the castings is original, as is the entire 384T tender. The finishes on the original parts is exceptional in every way. The engine runs fine and looks spectacular as does the tender. Condition of original parts and tender is E++
$475.00

Top shelf, Item A, very nice monoplane in the smaller version than is usually encountered, very clean original paint, red wing and black body, original propeller and yellow wood wheels, 10 inch wingspan and 7 inch fuselage, E.
SOLD

Middle and bottom shelves, Item B- Junior Train Set, Model 2 by Thomson Equipment Corp., Long Island New York in complete original box, each of the three pieces has a three wheel frame and is 7.5 inches long, red locomotive, yellow gondola and green gondola, brand new in original box
$40.00

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

Top shelf, left side, Item A, U.S. Metal Toy Manufacturing California Trail covered wagon, all tin-lithographed except for plastic wagon wheels, overall clean, plastic horse team not included, overall clean E-
$10.00

Top shelf, right side, Item B, Wyandotte small fire truck trailer, pressed steel with lithographed tin top, rubber wheels, decal on one side good other side rough, 5.5 inches long, VG/VG+
SOLD

Bottom shelf, Item C, pair of Midgetoy vehicles, staff car and ambulance, metal castings are good and both have original rubber tires, olive drab paint finish is badly worn so probably good items to re-paint
both for $6.00

Grouping of layout quality post-war American Flyer train accessories: Item A, top shelf, left side, No. 768 Shell Oil Supply Depot, decent original accessory with only modest play wear, one filler pipe to be replaced, VG+
SOLD

Item B, top shelf, right side of page, No. 585 Tool Shed accessory, gray base, white walls with red trim, red painted black Bakelite roof, has substantial play wear and some oxide spots on one end wall, G.
SOLD

Item C, bottom shelf, No. 612 Freight passenger Station with Crane, gray base, white with red trimmed walls, green roof, yellow with green boom crane to side, decent but some roughness on edges of base, VG
$65.00

KamKaps toy cash register with original box, this toy has probably seen very little use, kiddie coins are still in plastic envelope, all metal construction and works as good as new, E+/LN
$35.00

Item A, top shelf, American Flyer No. 750 metallic blue bridge, yellow shed and reproduction red roof without smoke stack, minimal marks on sides, light wear marks on base plate, manufacturers decal at one end of base plate, E-
$45.00

Item B, bottom shelf, left side, American Flyer No. 768 Oil Supply Depot, twin silver Shell tank car bodies, completely original including shed roof and rubber hose, very clean with just light marks on the base plate, VG+/E-
SOLD

Item C, bottom shelf, right side, Minicraft Hot Dog and Hamburger stand in white with all red lettered signs and menu on exterior, original man with white shirt, cash register and oversized soda barrel, interior wall has Phillip Morris ad, cute item for the layout, nothing appears to be missing, VG+/E-
SOLD

Item A, top shelf- made for the Shell Oil Co. and sold at their gasoline stations over 10 years ago, complete promotional trains set- engine, tender, tank car and caboose, train was sold as a non-motorized train and is HO scale, 4-piece set, LN
$15.00

Items B, C and D, middle shelf- engine, tank car and caboose for promotional set, to complete or expand a set, all are LN
$5.00 ea.

Item E, bottom shelf- Nice Barclay auto carrier with four original autos and original tape holding cars to trailer, this portion is LN, cab portion is a little rough, but not hard to find another, value is in the trailer and loads
$65.00

Item A, top shelf, left side- J.H. Singer, New York, Cuckoo a society game in cardboard box with great lid art work, simple board game using small color boards and color die with shaker cup, looks complete, VG+
SOLD

Item B, top shelf, right side- Milton Bradley Co., Springfield, Mass., The 14 Puzzle, can you do it, nice board with instructions on back, 14 wood coins with numbers 1-14, clean original box with wear at corners and edge split, E-
$15.00

Item C, bottom shelf, left side- Parker Brothers, Salem, Mass., Pikes Peak or Bust, copyright 1895, paper covered wood board of Pikes Peak with metal pegs, wire playing piece to span pegs and reach the top, card board box with great lid art work, edges of lid repaired, VG+
SOLD

Item D, bottom shelf, right side- Unknown manufacturer very cool Crickets game, also known as tiddly winks from my childhood, great three dimensional wood and lithographed paper game box with plenty of game pieces, caldron in fire place and containers on shelf above, E-
SOLD

Top shelf, Item A- nice grouping of 17 plastic and rubber animals, includes cows, goats, horses, chicken, goose and pig
$15.00

Bottom shelf, Item B- nice grouping of four different plastic autos in four different colors made by F.&F. Mold Die Works of Dayton, Ohio, about same size as Plasticville autos, E.
SOLD






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