Tonka toys, Man from U.N.C.L.E., wrestling figures in the Nov. issue of Toy Collector Magazine The November issue of Toy Collector Magazine is now ready to view or download, free of charge, at www.toycollectormagazine.com. This month's full-color, 81-page issue is packed with great articles, in
News-Antique.com - Nov 01,2007 - The November issue of Toy Collector Magazine is now ready to view or download, free of charge, at www.toycollectormagazine.com. This month's full-color, 81-page issue is packed with great articles, including a cover story on 60 years of ruff-tuff Tonka toys.
Read about Palmer Cox’s sprightly Brownies – which are considered the first comic characters to be used widely in advertising – as well as spy toys spawned by the classic 1960s TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Check out clown and circus toys, Arnold Rolak’s collection of antique boats, and comic character wristwatches. Then learn about the latest in wrestling action figures and meet some of the superstars who’ve now been immortalized in plastic. And train buffs, you won’t want to miss TCM’s article on the current status of German toy train manufacturers, including Marklin and Lehmann. As always, the magazine features auction highlights and tips on great toys featured in upcoming sales.
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