The latest catalogue from Corgi’s includes some interesting new models including this colourful London Routemaster decorated with Poppies inspired by the poem by John McCrae. The model is 1:76 scale and measures 148mm long. However, collectors will have to wait and it is not due for release until the 15th […]
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A couple of very rare Dinky vehicles are currently on ebay and we always like see if they sell. They include a wonderful pre-war Dinky 28B Hornby Series Pickfords Removals And Storage and has a buy it now price of £6,500 (click to view on ebay). Also from the same […]
A Corgi Rockets James Bond No.978 Gift Set with an estimate of £2200-£2600 is one of the highlights of the Vectis Specialist Diecast sale to be held on the 28th April. The sale features five private owner collections, including Dinky, Corgi, Mettoy, Spot-on and Tomica. The sale also includes British, […]
I got my first diecast fifty years ago. My mother and father must have thought that at six years old I was ‘grown-up’ enough to have a real toy at last, and so Christmas morning 1958 saw me tearing open the brown paper packaging (potato-printed with holly and what could […]
Just released from Corgi is the New Bus for London (NBfL) OM46609 featuring signage advertising the West End show Charlie and the Chocolate Factory the musical. The piece is a dual is a dual destination model being 24 Pimlico and 24 Parliament Square. The model looks great and a perfect […]
2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War One, to commemorate the technological developments of military machinery; Corgi presents the World War Centenary Collection – a series of 4 die-cast vehicles which were involved in the global conflict. The models include: Old Bill Bus, Fokker DR1, Sopwith […]
Corgi have released two new limited edition models to their Aviation Archive Collection. These include the Aviation Archive Fokker DVII Oblt Erich Lowenhardt, Puisieux-Ferme, August, 1918 1:48, and the Aviation Archive Panavia Tornado F3.
Hot Wheels have released a fabulous model based on the latest Ferrari 458 Spider. The actual Ferrari 458 Spider was launched in Germany 2011, and one year later Hot Wheels are releasing a 1:18th version of the car.
The David Ireland Collection auctioned on Tuesday 22nd November was, without doubt, one of the finest quality private owner collections ever to come onto the market.