If one collectable could epitomize the rise and fall of collectables in the last 20 years I would probably pick the famous NatWest Pigs. We look at the collectable phenomenon, some interesting NatWest Pig facts and look at prices. The pigs were a promotion began by NatWest Bank who were looking […]
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Beswick Girl on Jumping Horse No 939 The Beswick Girl on Jumping Horse is a classic model designed by Arthur Gredington. The model shows a girl on horse jumping a small fence. Interestingly the horse and jump part of the model is also used in the Beswick model 982 of […]
Buddy Holly Royal Doulton Character Jug We still love the Royal Doulton character jugs at WCN. There have been many great examples, and now is a great time to collect as the prices of most models are way below their peak. The Buddy Holly Character Jug has a design number D7100 […]
Captain Scarlet Collectables and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons Collectables and Toys Price Guide
Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, normally Captain Scarlet was first broadcast in 1967 and was produced by the Century 21 Productions company of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, John Read and Reg Hill. It was the eight series to be produced by the Andersons and follows the hostilities between Earth and a race of […]
Gerry Anderson’s Joe 90 follows the adventures of a nine-year-old boy, Joe McClaine, who starts a double life as a schoolchild-turned-superspy after his scientist father invents a device capable of duplicating expert knowledge and experience and transferring it to a human brain. The series ran from 1968 to 1969 and […]
Gerry Anderson’s Stingray, the 1960s children’s marionette adventure series about a futuristic submarine patrol remains a cult classic and we take a look at some of the Stingray collectables, Stingray merchandise and Stingray toys that have appeared over the years along with prices at auction and a Stingray price guide. […]
The Royal Doulton Lord of the Rings collection is one of my favorites, and is one set of Doulton figures they have remained extremely collectable. The collection began to be released in 1980 and was designed by D Lyttleton with production ending in 1984. In Lord of the Rings, Tolkien […]
This very good example of a boxed Corgi Toy 277 The Monkees Monkeemobile (The Corgi Monkeemobile) sold for £520 at Vectis auctions February Specialist and Tinplate sale. This version was in excellent condition, in a slight faded box and adding to its value was the rare pictorial header. The original […]
Jack Point Royal Doulton Jack Point has been a traditional figurine at Royal Doulton since it was first modelled by Doulton’s original art director Charles Noke in 1918. Charles Noke was intrigued by the story of Jack Point, the broken hearted clown, who was a central character in Gilbert and […]
Beswick Susie Jamaica Beswick have made some wonderful figurines and Susie Jamaica is no exception. The figurine is modelled as a lady riding a donkey laden with fruit and baskets on a grass and rocky base. The Beswick Susie Jamaica is modelled by Graham Orwell in 1954 and the piece […]