Celluloid Toys

Collectors understand the fascination of toys better than anybody. Why because there is a kind of bond between toy collectors and the shared memories of childhood. Some toy collectors arrange their toys on a shelve and never play with them. The reason for this concern over handling is the importance collectors attach to condition. Celluloid Toys For Sale


Celluloid Toys

Beyond the condition of a toy, there are a number of factors that influence value. They are age, type, manufacturer and size. Some collectors are interested in anything mechanical and look for toys that operated by friction, steam or clockwork devices. In general, the most favored toys are those mass produced in American between the Civil War and the 1950s. This also includes early Celluloid Toys. Celluloid Toys For Sale


Celluloid Toys

Although the more recent toys are almost always worth less than the older ones, there is no cutoff date for collectability. the toys you see here on this website are Japanese Celluloid and they were made in Japan before World War II. Japanese Celluloid Toys For Sale


Celluloid Toy Animals

Toy dogs were very popular during the early 1900s and is clearly reflected in the variety of toy dogs available on the market today. In fact most Celluloid toy animals including cats, elks, donkeys, horses, elephants, goats, bears, tigers, pigs, hipo’s, ducks, parrots and even chickens are highly collectable. Celluloid Toy Animals For Sale