What Toys and Collectors Models Do We Sell?
The list of Toys and Collectors Models auctioned at Lacy Scott and Knight in Bury St Edmunds is countless, specific categories include Diecast Vehicles, Trains of all age and gauge, Live Steam Engines, Lead and Plastic Figures, Britains, Tinplate, Farming Toys, Dinky Toys, Corgi Toys, Matchbox, Modern Issue Diecast, Plastic Kits, Retro Video Games, Railwayana, Action Figures, Spot-On, Continental Diecast, Star Wars, Sci-fi Toys and Much Much More.
Entries for all auctions close approximately 4-6 weeks before the sale date
Toying With the Idea of Selling?
Whether your looking to sell an entire collection or a single item, Lacy Scott and Knight are always happy to advise clients on selling your Toys and Models.
The first step would be to contact the Toy department on 01284 748628 or email Oliver Leggett directly on email@example.com, or send details of your Toys and Models via post to our Toy and Collectors Models Department.
Alternatively our Toys and Models Department at Bury St Edmunds is open Monday-Friday 09:00am-17:30pm, and we are always happy for collections to be brought straight into our head office.
At this point our Toy and Models Specialists will be able to appraise, value and discuss your collection completely free of charge with no obligation to sell. Whilst discussing the details of your collection, we will also confirm commision rates and charges related to selling.
Going The Distance...
Lacy Scott and Knight have the ability and flexibility to deal with collections countrywide, we arrange can arrange for home visits with our specialists, and also have the expertise to arrange and pick-up collections all across the UK.
Entries close approx 5 weeks prior to auction.
Viewing – The day prior 10am-6pm and the morning of the sale from 8.45am.
Over 300 lots from the collection of ex-Lacy Scott & Knight railway consultant Terry Durrant
Our 27th June Toys & Models auction includes a Louis Marx electronic train set, which was given to a young English boy in the Bahamas by Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor, during the Second World War