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Your comprehensive guide to the latest prices for vintage Star Wars action figures and vehicles achieved at auction.
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In the May 2015 issue of Collectors Gazette, on sale now:
£230k of toys - one of the best collections of rare diecast and O gauge locomotives makes a mint at auction.
Over for Rover - diecast inspired by the British car firm.
Playing trains - behind the scenes at the NRM's new exhibit.
Sixities Spot-On - taking a look through classic Spot-On catalogues.
Britains cococubs - the sweet collectables that came in tins of chocolate.
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