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Collectables Toy Fair - Sunday 9th October @ Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport

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Good Evening, you just never know what you might find at the Collectables Toy Fair next Sunday 9th October.

 

Brian Collins Enterprises will have the SP111 Expressway model on sale, along with all the general release trucks, buses, car, van models etc Brian Collins Enterprises have in stock. Adrian Lemon & Derek Farrelly behind the one of a kind KD Class resin models will be in attendance.

 

On the model railway front to mention a few, Sean Ryan with mainly N-Gauge, The Model Shop Portlaoise & Dave Bracken with Murphy models, you just never know what old Murphy models may turn up with Martin O' Hanlon & new to the show Martin Grey (Times Past Antiques and Collectables) with Backmann train sets.

 

Peter Rochford & Gerry Murray with selection of various figures & Tony Gallagher, Dermot O' Toole, Kevin O' Leary & Noel Sharpe, with Old / Retro Toys.

 

On the book front Irish Transport Books & Models - Diarmuid Byrne & Clifton Flewitt of various subjects & titles.

 

A good selection of products on sale. Thank you

 

Details of all traders scheduled for Sunday:

Brian Collins Enterprises (Die-cast Models)

Martin O' Hanlon (Die-cast & Railway Models)

Irish Transport Books & Models - Dirmuid Byrne (Transport Books & Railway, Diecast Models)

Tony Gallagher (Old / Retro Toys / Lego)

Sean Ryan (Railway Models, mainly N-Gauge)

Motorama Models (Die-cast Models)

Peter Rochford (Star-Wars & other Figures)

Noel Sharpe (Die-cast Models)

M+M Models - Mark Tierney (WSI Die-cast Truck Models)

David Jones (Die-cast Truck Models)

Dave Bracken (Railway Models)

Owen Kelly (Die-cast Car Models)

Martin Grey - Times Past Antiques and Collectables (Backmann Train Sets & Figures)

Pat O' Keefe (Handmade Soldier Figures)

Dermot O' Toole (Old / Retro Toys)

Kevin O' Leary (Old / Retro Toys)

Derek Farrelly & Adrian Lemon (Bus Models, Resin KD Model)

Gerry Murray (Figures, such as football players)

The Model Shop - Seamus Graham (Railway & Diecast Models)

Clifton Flewitt (Books of various interests)

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Nice line up Brian

I hope to bring some RexToys 1:43 American cars if anyone is interested

 

Rextoys were originally introduced as a strictly 1/43rd scale, die-cast made model. Various versions of Ford, Chrysler, Packard, Cadillac and the limited issues of the Rolls Royce Phantom IV series became highly appreciated models and sought after by collectors worldwide. Because of the Count’s appreciation for the Rolls Royce marque, Rextoys produced seven beautifully crafted Rolls Royce Phantom IV limousines. The models issued were the limousines of His Majesty, the King of Spain (#31 and #32); Her Royal Majesty, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent (#33); the Duke of Gloucester (#34); the Emir of Kuwait (#35); Her Royal Highness, Princess Elisabeth (#37) and Her Majesty, the Queen of England (#36). These models are considered almost as rare in real life as the full size vehicle. The only convertible produced in the series was the #32 King of Spain issue which appeared in a gloss black livery.

By 2003 a number of future projects had been announced but sadly none saw the light of day. Proposed were a 1938 Buick Century (convertible, touring and sports sedan, sports coupe, and pickup versions), a 1937 Chevrolet (sports sedan and coupe, cabriolet [convertible] and pick-up versions), a 1935 Lincoln V12 (sedan, open front sedan, limousine and convertible versions), a 1936/37 Pierce Arrow (town car, sedan, coupe, phaeton and roadster versions and possibly the Travelodge caravan trailer), and a 1935 Auburn (sedan, phaeton, coupe brougham and cabriolet versions).

Although sought after worldwide, building an entire and complete collection of Rextoys models might still be attainable today. The Rextoys range ended with its last issues being released in 2001, and the company closed down in 2004 leaving the avid collector to find about one hundred different models that had never been produced before in die-cast form, were artistically designed from original drawings and plans, and were available at a realistic retail price.

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We will be attending the Brian Collins Collectables Fair tomorrow in The Carlton Airport Hotel, Santry, Dublin from 10.30 am.

UP TO 50% OFF Corgi Die Cast Trucks

30% OFF ALL LOCO's and Rolling Stock!!!

AND LOTS LOTS MORE GREAT BARGAINS!!!!!

Remember Santa is not too far away so don't miss this great opportunity to grab some FANTASTIC VALUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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