Collector's Guide to Toys, Games, and Puzzles

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Wallace-Homestead Book Company, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 165 pages
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Collector's guide to toys, games, and puzzles

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The first two-thirds of this book consists of solid, pragmatic advice on how to go about collecting toys, games, and puzzles. It's full of information on describing conditions, spotting fakes, setting ... Read full review

Contents

Building Your Knowledge
9
A Collectors StartOff Library
20
Factors That Influence Price
33
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Harry L. Rinker is a leading national expert and co nsultant on toys, antiques, and collectibles and the author of numerous books on collecting. He writes a weekly news column, hosts a radio call-in show, and has appeared as an expert on several national television shows. Rinker's personal collection of over 50,000 objects contains approximately 7,000 toys.

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