I've collecting toy tin robots since I was about 11 years old. I remember the day I started collecting, my mom
bought me a robot from a garage sale and I was hooked! Sometimes the most difficult part of collecting toy
robots is knowing what to pay for new additions or if you've been collecting for a long time, what your toy
robot collection is worth! Obvioulsy, all antiques are worth what someone is willing to pay for them, but
for certain toy robots, most collectors are willing to pay only so much. The below table is meant has a guide
to help determine the true value of your tin robot collection by showing what others have sold and
paid for their toy robots. Obviously, this is only a guide, your Cragston Tin Robot might look similar to
another Cragston tin robot shown but might be much rarer or in better condition, or sometimes things sell on
Ebay because they have a bad description or photo, so tread these pages lightly.
Use common sense when required, but have fun because looking at over people's toy robots can be fun!
AntiquesNavigator uses numerous keyword searches on completed auctions to create this archive, if you're
looking for current open auctions for japanese toy robots for sale then check out this
pages Japanese Toy Robots for sale
I hope these pages help you with your toy robot collecting! If you have any ideas on how to make this
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