O'Brien's Collecting Toy Trains: Identification and Value Guide

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David Doyle
Krause Publications, 2006 - Antiques & Collectibles - 400 pages
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*A fascinating look at the evolution of toy trains in this all-in-one format*Perfect purchase for novice train collectors to get the big picture on their favorite hobby*Speaks directly to the 100,000+ toy train hobbyists in the U.S. and CanadaThe book toy train collectors reach for first rolls into the station with full-color photos and a fresh new approach to serving toy train collectors. Readers will discover 1,200+ detailed photographs to help with identifying models; and as a visual reference for modelers. Plus, 6,000+ listings with updated prices in three grades of condition continue O'Brien's tradition of reliability.This comprehensive guide to trains features chapters on toy train companies including: *Marx*Ives*Carlisle and Finch*Lionel (pre-and post-WWII)*AMT*American Flyer*Kusan*Buddy LWhether it's to relive childhood or expand an already established collection, O'Brien's Collecting Toy Trains provides the pricing, photos and history that make collecting toy trains fun.

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