September issue of Toy Collector Magazine now available to view or download The September issue of Toy Collector Magazine is now ready to view or download free of charge at www.toycollectormagazine.com. This month's full-color, 92-page issue is packed with great articles.
News-Antique.com - Sep 02,2007 - The September issue of Toy Collector Magazine is now ready to view or download online, free of charge, at www.toycollectormagazine.com. This month's full-color, 92-page issue is packed with great articles, including an in-depth cover story on Speed Racer, which goes straight to the voice talents who brought the classic Japanese cartoon characters to life. Other enlightening features weigh in on Betty Boop collectibles, sci-fi evergreen Dr. Who, increasingly collectible still banks, and pre World War II celluloid toys.
Read about the toy and train auction house Lloyd Ralston Gallery, which is now operated by the founder’s sons and daughter; early video games innovatively converted to musical use, and “Project Roar” – the father-son team that has made Lionel Train archival records available to collectors, resolving the history of many of the firm’s now-coveted issues. Then learn about original Charles Schulz Peanuts art and how it has become a rising star in the cartoon-art marketplace. The article includes an interview with the late artist’s wife, Jean Schulz.
And there’s much more – a story on toy motorcycles, a record-setting price for a Harry Potter first-edition book, plus auction results and tips on toy sales that are just around the corner.
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