Toy figurines, especially vintage ones, make great accessories for tabletops or cabinets in your house, and one of the most popular characters that home owners like to use is Batman, a fictional comic book character created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger.
The Wizard of Oz, a movie made in 1939 and based on the 1900 novel by L.Frank Baum, had its most well-known adaptation in the version starring Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale, often lauded for its use of fantasy storytelling, music and unique characters. It was a classic movie well remembered for its Wizard of Oz
If you go down to the woods todayYou’re sure of a big surpriseIf you go down to the woods todayYou’d better go in disguise. For every bear that ever there wasWill gather there for certain, becauseToday’s the day the Teddy Bears have their picnic. Every Teddy Bear who’s been goodIs sure of a treat today.There’s
The times of the early antique porcelain dolls dates around the 1850s. Among them the porcelain bisque dolls of German and French make belonging to the mid 1800s and early 1900s are considered valuable by a large number of collectors. The smooth bisque skin and the huge, expressive eyes of such antique dolls touch your
Matchbox, a popular toy brand introduced by Lesney Products in 1953 but is now owned by Mattel, Inc, has always been a perpetual favourite among vintage toy car collectors, with its large varieties of diecast toy vehicles, plastic model kits and action figurines. Collectors were fascinated by the intricate details that went into the making
Do you collect antique Hummel figurines, most simply referred to as Hummels, which are porcelain figurines based on the drawings of Sister Maria Innocentia Hummel, a famous German Franciscan Sister and artist? Antique Hummel figurines, first made in 1935 by the W.Goebel Pozellanfabrik in Germany, have been made for almost every occasion in life, from children