Vectis Auctions will be holding its first dedicated Lego Auction Sale in October, expected to be the largest of its kind in the UK. The majority of the sale is the lifetime collection of Stockton based Lego builder and exhibitor Mark Willis, who has created intricate and astonishing dioramas for the enjoyment of others forContinue reading Vectis announces its first dedicated Lego Auction Sale
Hornby Hobbies and the Corgi brand have re-released a line of Harry Potter die-cast products, tapping into the current resurgence for the Wizarding World brand. Last year, the British toy model and hobby specialist teamed up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to kick-start a three year licensing partnership for the Harry Potter brand. The partnershipContinue reading Full speed ahead for revamp of Harry Potter trains and toys
Bloomsbury has joined forces with BookTrust to mark a very significant date for all Harry Potter fans – 20 years of JK Rowling‘s Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – and a special celebratory charity art auction has just a few more hours to run! This spellbinding third book in the phenomenally successful HarryContinue reading ‘Patronus on a Postcard’ BookTrust charity art auction closes at 6.00pm today!
In addition to a massive amount of James Bond-related and rock and pop memorabilia in the upcoming Astons Entertainment & Memorabilia Auction in May, there are Doctor Who and Harry Potter lots that may be of interest – and some great British comic lots, too. Included in the auction is an Attack of the CybermenContinue reading Original Cyberman head, Harry Potter set plans, Catweazle scripts up for auction next month
Model and collectables firm Hornby Hobbies has entered into a licensing agreement with Warner Bros Consumer Products that will see the company launch a series of model railways and slot car sets across numerous Warner and DC franchises, including Harry Potter and DC Super Heroes. The product range will be developed under several of Hornby’sContinue reading DC Super Heroes Corgi cars, Hornby Harry Potter trains back on track in new licensing deal