The Schuco Charlie Chaplin wind-up toy is a nostalgic relic hailing from the golden age of cinema and tin-plate toy production. This captivating toy stands at about 16cm high, an intricate representation of the beloved icon Charlie Chaplin in his timeless tramp persona. We take a look at the wonderful […]
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In 1979, the gaming world underwent a profound transformation with the release of Adventure on the Atari 2600. Crafted by the brilliant mind of Warren Robinett, this legendary title defied the norms of its era, heralding a new era in video game design. Pioneering the ‘action-adventure’ genre, Adventure marked a […]
When it comes to model cars that stir feelings of nostalgia and the thrilling era of 60s and 70s British television, few can match the appeal of Dinky’s 100 Lady Penelope FAB 1 from the famed TV series, ‘Thunderbirds’. In this feature we take a look at this iconic model […]
Founded in 1761, Fry’s Chocolate represents more than just a brand of confectionery – it’s a time capsule of a bygone era. However, if there’s one aspect that stands as an enduring testament to Fry’s rich history, it’s the brand’s collection of enamel advertising signs. We take a look at […]
Following our feature on the Dunhill Aquarium Lighters we take a look at the specific avian examples of these fabulous designs with a Dunhill Aviary Lighters information and price guide. As the name ‘Aviary’ suggests, these designs focused on birds, akin to the fish featured in the ‘Aquarium’ series. They […]
The year was 1969, a monumental year when the world witnessed the first man setting foot on the moon. This era, defined by technological advances and limitless possibilities, inspired artists to venture into the unknown, in the realms of imagination and creativity. One such artist was Susan William-Ellis, renowned for […]
The Bourjois Bakelite novelty perfume bottle holders represent a confluence of art and functionality in fragrance packaging, capturing the imagination of consumers from the early to mid-20th century. One of the most notable collections was the 1940s “An Evening in Paris” (Soir de Paris) range, an epitome of whimsy and […]
The toy cap guns produced by Lone Star were legendary. These were not just playthings, but pieces of art that combined exquisite craftsmanship with an immersive play experience. We take a look at the Lone Star Dick Turpin Pistol along with a realised auction price guide and value guide. The […]
In a world dominated by the saccharine-sweet and conventional, a gust of spine-tingling wind blew into British comic culture in 1979. This was the year when ‘Misty’, a girls’ annual with a twist, made its captivating debut. This extraordinary genre-defining phenomenon ran until 1987, successfully entrancing a generation of young […]
The Troika Tin Mine lamp base is an excellent example of the unique blend of design, functionality, and storytelling created by the Troika pottery in the 1970s. Born amidst the winds of cultural and artistic revolution, this artifact serves as a symbolic representation of Cornwall’s rich industrial heritage. Troika, founded […]