Thursday, November 11, 2010

FARM TOYS: IDENTIFICATION AND PRICE GUIDE



Farm toys draw 15,000+ collectors to Iowa for the National Farm Toy Show, and some 30,000 people to the National Farm Toy Museum each year.Features the earliest cast-iron farm toy replicas, to modern 1:64-scale tractors.Explore the continuation of the pioneering work of National Farm Toy Hall of Fame members Bob Zarse and Eldon Trumm.

Whether your loyalties are tied to John Deere, International Harvester, Case or any of the countless other farm implement companies, you will find everything you need to accurately assess your collection, and enjoy your hobby to the fullest, in this ultimate farm toy reference. It covers all sizes of farm toys from 1:8 to 1:64 scale, dating back to pieces from the 1920s, and identifiable through 5,000+ detailed photos and the 16-page color section. Sorted by original equipment manufacturer, with secondary market values and historical insights, this new edition sets the standard of excellence for toy farmers. Buy it now

1 comment:

By Nick said...

Very satisfying with identifying old pieces from the Britains farm toys range with me. I been looking for a very old model of a cattle truck belonging to Britains 1/32 range, but before I had the web it was impossible. Although I still haven't purchased myself the same model again, atleast I can live with the prospect of finding myself one again like I did a few months again. I'm not familar with the 1/64 scale farm toys only the selection made by Learning Curve, it's all about 1/32, 1/87 and 1/16 scale here in the UK.