Morphy’s Jan. 29 Toy Auction

On Saturday, Jan. 29, and features a varied array of fresh to the market collections of toys and quality pop culture collectibles.

The first collection slated to cross the auction block is a small but select assortment of 1950s/60s baseball cards. This all-star grouping is loaded with iconic players such as Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Sandy Koufax, Roberto Clemente, Hank Aaron and other ballpark legends. The premier lot in this collection is a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle rookie card in beautiful condition.

Next on the roster is a super collection of more than 40 original Hartland figures, many with their original boxes. The majority of these figures are in near-mint to mint condition. Some of the top examples include Canadian Mountie Sgt. Lance O’Rourke, Davy Crockett, Johnny McKay and a Chief Thunderbird prototype.

A Morphy Auctions sale would not be complete without fine antique mechanical and still banks. Heading up the mechanicals is a fresh estate collection amassed over more than 50 years. Included are several examples in near-mint-plus condition, including a Magician, Butting Buffalo, Uncle Sam, Lion & Two Monkeys, Bad Accident and several other prime examples. The still bank section contains numerous rare examples in beautiful condition. Among the still bank top lots are a General Butler, Moody & Sankey, Globe Savings, Gingerbread House, Blue Statue of Liberty, and a fantastic lineup of building and house banks.

The Buck Rogers collection to be offered is one of the best of its type known to exist. There are many seldom-seen pieces in this futuristic collection, including a Buck Rogers Strip Card Set, a Fireworks Display Set, an original Buck Rogers uniform and helmet, and a Buck Rogers Scout’s patch.

Toy collectors will be surprised and thrilled with some of the other outstanding pieces to be auctioned on Jan. 29, like an original Secor Banjo Player, a Nifty Hi-Way Henry, an Arcade Yellow Coach Double Decker Bus, a Buddy ‘L’ Line Truck, and a Captain Scarlet uniform in original box.

“Fun” is always the watchword at a Morphy Auctions sale, and who doesn’t enjoy a good time with friends? Make plans now to join us here at the gallery for a great event on the 29th. If you can’t be here in person, then we urge you to browse through our printed or online catalog and bid absentee, by phone or live via the Internet through Morphy Live or LiveAuctioneers.com as the sale is taking place.

Questions? Call 717-335-3435 or e-mail [email protected]

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