These two Lord of the Rings action figures are some of the hardest to find by collectors, being released in an edition size of just 5,000 and initially only being available as part of a Burger King promotion. They were made by ToyBiz and were released in 2002 and had […]
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Snow Bear was the first Harrods Christmas bear. Initially created as a one off for the holiday season, he proved so popular the Harrods Christmas bear has become an annual tradition. Snow Bear unlike all his bear followers is not dated on his left paw and does not carry the […]
Certain pottery designs grab attention and continue to attract new collectors and Jessie Tait’s Toadstool design for Midwinter is certainly one of these. We are asked about many pottery designs at WCN and for the most part they do not have any significant value. Jessie Tait Midwinter Toadstool Design items are one […]
World Cup Willie was the first official mascot for the FIFA World Cup, being used to represent the 1966 FIFA World Cup in the United Kingdom. This was the first World Cup to have a mascot and the first to have merchandise other than programmes, shirts etc. The 1966 World […]
This wonderful item appeared at auction in Lincoln in September 2014. It created quite a bit of interest from collectors and it turned out to be a rare colourway the Wade Woodpecker which was designed by Faust Lang. The model is approximately 17cm high. Pictured left: Faust Lang at work – […]
World Collectors Net has featured Jim Beam for many years and for a time we have the very popular Bernie’s Beam Collecting column. If you search Jim Beam on site you can still read the archived columns. This Jim Beam decanter was produced for the 40th Anniversary of Ducks Unlimited and the decanter […]
Who can resist the attraction of Moorcroft’s Florian ware? This Moorcroft Macintyre Florian Ware Poppy biscuit barrel was designed and produced around the turn of the 19th century (1898-1900) and has the Macintyre factory mark and has an inscribed W.M. painted monogram and des, Rd No. 326471. Moorcroft only produced the barrel […]
We saw this wonderful Doulton Lambeth Kookaburra Stoneware Pin Tray for the first time last week and were instantly attracted to its designs and colours. The piece dates from the early 20th century c1920s. The model measures approximately 11cm high and shows a small Kookaburra resting on a stone plinth presumably […]