www.ToyCollector.com launched A new portal for toy collectors has just launched and hopes to attract many of the 2.5 million toy collectors the initiators believe are out there. Toy Collector combines the best of the various toy
News-Antique.com - Jun 11,2008 - A new portal for toy collectors has just launched and hopes to attract many of the 2.5 million toy collectors the initiators believe are out there. Toy Collector combines the best of the various toy forums, an individual collector’s blog, Youtube, eBay and other sites used by all of us today. All its content is created by the people who know best, the collectors themselves.
Toy Collector is the brain child of a small team, all of whom were or still are avid collectors themselves. Read what some early members have to say:
It's time that there is a good website for Games & Puzzles; it's one of the oldest categories of toys but seems to have been neglected so far. I have already started my own blog on Toy Collector and love it.
Candy Lovegrove, Collector of Games and Puzzles
It’s all there – I particularly like the high quality videos – and it is nice to look into other toy subjects that I normally do not come across.
Richard Poynter, Collector of Airplanes in 1:400
Had a good browse around. You could be on a winner. As a collector not a commercial entity I think there is a great deal there to interest me.
Mick Peter, Diecast Collector
What a great web site you have and it will grow very quickly I have no doubt. I have registered and look forward to visiting your site time after time…
Robert Hill, Collector of Knights who also manages the Knights of Avalon website
I'm very pleased with your website. If I was marking it out of 100 I would give it 99%. It has developed over the many weeks and seems to be improving all the time.
Geoffrey Ambridge who researches the history of Lone*Star
Toy Collector plans to significantly increase its functionality over the next few months, adding Toypedia, the database of every toy ever produced and Toy Group functionality allowing any toy related group to organise itself better.