Many older toys are quite collectible; some are valued for their beauty or uniqueness,
and others simply because they remind owners of their own childhoods.
The following websites have photos and historical information that can help you
identify and describe vintage toys:
Most marketplaces prohibit the sale of BB and air guns; cap guns and most other
toy guns are allowed. Replicas must be clearly marked, usually with a bright orange
plug inserted in the barrel.
Look for these signs of wear and tear:
Keep vintage toys in their original packaging in a well-ventilated room, away from
children, pets, smoke and cooking odors. Don’t place items in direct sunlight or
next to heating vents or air conditioners either, since temperature and humidity
changes can cause damage.
Wrap each item individually in plastic to protect it from moisture, bubble wrap
it and place it in a sturdy box in a bed of packing peanuts for shipment to the