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This interview with museum owner Chang Yang Fa is the first in an occasional series where LaToya will be talking to people who have jobs that are a toy collector's dream come true!



Last year, TwoFour Productions contacted us about their show, Gutted, where their team help people clear the clutter out of their house and turn it into cash by selling it. They've just dropped us a line to say that they're doing a second season, so if you're in the UK and like the idea of turning your clutter into cash and getting on TV into the bargain, here's the details:


Can Anyone Please Help ??

by batchainpllr

Does anyone know what these are ?

Saw this on eBay (No. 130302655414) and copied it over here in the hope that somebody decides to buy it for me...

The world is filled with wannabes aching to take over the planet, employing whatever means necessary to wrest control from those who rightfully have it. Enter Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum) and Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn), two secret agents given the mission by the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement (U.N.C.L.E) to stop the nefarious plans of men and women with delusions of grandeur who are gunning for the top spot. James Bond creator Ian Fleming contributed to the show's creation.

Special Kinder Eggs for Toy Collectors!

by Baskingshark

I just saw this! Whatever next?!


Italian confectioners Ferrero have announced a new version of their Kinder Surprise Eggs which will target the vintage toy collector market.

Kinder eggs, which contain a plastic capsule with a toy inside have long been popular with children and some of the toys are now highly sought-after by collectors. But the new Collector Surprise Eggs will do things slightly differently.

ToyMan Toy Show

by Griz4705


Machinists Hall
12365 St Charles Rock Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044

The Show has over 180 tables and well over 100 dealers Buying / Selling / Trading Collectible Toys all in a 10,000 sq ft Main Room. Some of the toys represented include Hot Wheels, Star Wars, Barbie, comics, movie memorabilia (posters - autographs), Racing items, board games, action figures (science fiction - movie - television - wrestling), die-cast cars, model kits, trading cards, sports collectibles and too much more to list. The show was started to help promote the secondary market of collectible toys. The ToyMan Show is held 7 times a year and has been in business since 1990. It was founded with the idea of bringing collectors together and have fun while doing it. Several dealers have been in business/collecting for well over 30 years. Over the years the show has seen multiple friendships bloom, business partnerships start and even a few kids (future collectors) born.