Auction Preview

 Saturday 17th November Auction Preview.

A large collection of collectable toys,

to be sold on behalf of the family of the late

renowned dealer and collector

Mr Brian Chamberlin

Lot 54

Lot 54: A collection of ten Corgi die-cast tankers in the vintage style, to include: Summerlight Limited, Mobil Gas, Castrol Motor Oil and other related subjects.                                                Estimate £80 – £120

 

Lot 48

Lot 48: Two boxes of various die-cast vehicles, relating to the constabulary, to include: Rover SD1, Ford Cortina, Ford Sierra, Jaguar and other related cars, approximately 24, together with some certificates and figures.                                              Estimate £40 – £60.

 

Lot 22

Lot 22: A set of three Corgi gift sets relating to the Royal Mail, from the 60’s & 70’s Classic Collection.                                                    Estimate £20 – £30.

 

Lot 16

Lot 16: Two Pullmore car transporters no’s 982, together with a missile erector vehicle with corporal missile and launching platform no. 666.                                                                            Estimate £20 – £30.

 

Lot 63

Lot 63: A standard ten 1957, together with a Triumph 2000 MK1 1963 from the Pathfinder Model Collection.                                               Estimate £30 – £40.

 

Lot 49

Lot 56: A collection of Corgi and other die-cast vehicles, relating to: Post Office Telephones, Morris Minor Television Licence Investigation vehicle,  Morris Minor Postal Engineering and a Bedford TK lorry, approximately 20 vehicles, together with telephone boxes and figures.                                                                               Estimate £30 – £50.

 

Lot 64

Lot 64: A boxed Dinky Supertoys Foden 14 tonne tanker no. 504, in a dark and light blue livery.                                         Estimate £10 – £20.

 

Lot 53

Lot 53: A collection of ten Corgi die-cast commercial vehicles, relating to Pickfords Removers & Storers.                                                       Estimate £80 – £120.

 

Lot 48

Lot 48: Two boxes of various die-cast vehicles, relating to the constabulary, to include:  Rover SD1,  Ford Cortina, Ford Sierra, Jaguar and other related cars, approximately 24, together with some certificates and figures.                                                Estimate £40 – £60.

 

Lot 47

Lot 47: A collection of fourteen Corgi commercial vehicles advertising Pickfords, to include:  Foden Flatbed, Aries Bedford removal lorries and a Bedford van.                                                                                            Estimate £100 – £150.

 

Lot 57

Lot 57: A collection of Corgi and other die-cast vehicles relating to the RAC, to include: car transporters, caravan and a Ford Anglia van, approximately 20 in total, together with an RAC box and associated figures.                                                                 Estimate £40 – £50.

 

Lot 46

Lot 46: A collection of twenty-four Corgi vehicles relating to the Royal Mail.                        Estimate £40 – £60.

 

Lot 43

Lot 43: A collection of seven model cars from the Abingdon Classic Collection, to include:  MGBGT V8, MG CC van, MGB Roadster and other related cars.                                  Estimate £80 – £120.

 

Lot 41

Lot 41: A collection of eight model cars from the Crossways Model Collection, to include:  MG MKII saloon, a Triumph Dolomite Sprint, MG Magnet MKIV saloon, Triumph Dolomite Sprint and other related vehicles.                              Estimate £100 – £150.

 

Lot 25

Lot 25: A collection of eight Minimax Spark models, to include: MG SVR 2004, MG Lola La Mans 2001 and 6 related sports cars.                                      Estimate £80 – £120.

 

Lot 27

Lot 27: A collection of various models to include, Lewis Hamilton World Champion 2008 from the World Champion’s Collection by Minichamps, a Ford MKIV presentation 1967 from the IXO Models, four TR7 rally cars from Troféu and other related model cars.                                                                              Estimate £100 – £150.

and many more……

 

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