What’s it Worth – Free Antiques & Collectables Price Guide

Wedgwood Peter Rabbit Christmas Plates

Wedgwood Peter Rabbit Christmas Plates

The Wedgwood Peter Rabbit Christmas plates were a Xmas tradition from the early 1980s to the early 2000s. The series of plates all featured Beatrix Potter’s most famous character Peter Rabbit in various scenes and predicaments. From 1981-1987 the text on plate was ‘ Peter Rabbit wishes you a very […]

Sylvac Pottery 1715 Dog Cruet Condiment Set

Sylvac Pottery 1715 Dog Cruet Condiment Set

Sylvac are well known for their dog and rabbit figures but until recently we had not seen this extremely cute condiment set. It is a four piece set including a salt, pepper and mustard all set in green boat. Each of the condiments has a classic Sylvac dog head on […]

Rocking Horse with Jockey Tin Plate Penny Toy by Johann Meier

Rocking Horse with Jockey Tin Plate Penny Toy by Johann Meier

This Rocking Horse with Jockey Tin Plate Penny Toy was manufactured by Johann Meier of Nurenberg. The Johann Philip Meier company manufactured penny toys also know as tin toys. This rocking horse dates to the late 19th century and features a jockey on a rocking horse. The rocking horse base […]

St Pauls Cathedral Crested China by ARCADIAN front view

St Pauls Cathedral Crested China

Crested China were a popular souvenir in the late 19th century and the early part of the 20th century. They were typically bought on holidays or day-trips especially from seaside locations, cities and tourist centres. There were a number of factories producing crested china including Arcadian who produced this great […]

Scream! Comic Information and Price Guide

Scream! Comic Information and Price Guide

Something for Halloween  and comic collectors. We take a look at the British comic Scream! Scream! was a short lived (well in its own format) British weekly horror comic anthology that was published for 15 issues by IPC Magazines in 1984. It featured a number of horror related strips including: […]

The Banksy Di-Faced Tenner

The Banksy Di-Faced Tenner

In 2004 extreme artist ‘Banksy’ printed 100,000 genuine fake £10 notes to total a virtual amount of £1m. The offset lithograph fake notes replaced The Queen with the iconic image of a wistful looking Princess Diana. Written at the top of the note is ‘Banksy of England’ and below it […]

Fifth Element Funko Pops

Fifth Element Funko Pops

Cult sci-fi movie The Fifth Element Starring Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, Gary Oldman and even British comedian Lee Evans has sought after collectibles. Funko Pops have even gotten in on the action. Most of the figures are now vaulted, which has a huge impact on their value. The Korben Dallas […]

The Action Man Bullet Man

Action Man Bullet Man Price Guide

The Action Man Bullet Man is one of the rarer Action Man figures. Bullet Man was released in 1977 and was one of three released in a series, and as can be seen on the box was ‘ A Member of the Action Man Team ‘ (the other two were […]

Mike Tyson’s Punch Out

Mike Tyson’s Punch Out

In 1987 a video game developed by Nintendo arrived on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES for short). The game was to become a huge hit, get a cult following and is still a fan favourite to this day. That game was Mike Tyson’s Punch Out!! The groundbreaking video games console […]

HeroQuest Game System Price Guide

HeroQuest Game System Price Guide

In 1989 a new board game system was born in ‘A game of high adventure in a world of magic’. That game was Hero Quest. Published by Milton Bradley Games before being taken over by Hasbro. It was a worldwide hit and still has fans today who reminisce and play. […]