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HRCA Catalogue Auction HRCA Hornby 0-gauge and Hornby Dublo Catalogue Auction at the Humphrey Perkins School, 74/78 Cotes Road, Barrow upon Soar, Loughborough, LE12 8JU. Refreshments & lunches available during the day. Viewing commences 9.00am, auction start at 10.30am. For paid up HRCA members only (please bring your membership card), but guests are welcome to be present if signed in by a member. Contact the auction manager for more information.
24th November 2018

Aston's Auctioneers and Valuers

Aston's Auctioneers and Valuers is a family-run auction house and is a specialist auctioneer of collectable toys and models in the UK. They hold one large auction of Toys, Antiques and Collectables every month featuring Hornby O-gauge and Dublo.

27th November 2018

Toovey's

Toovey's conduct quarterly sales of Toys, Dolls and Games that offer a good selection of die-cast toys and figures, model trains and railways, tinplate and mechanical toys, dolls and soft toys. Hornby 0-gauge and Dublo are regularly included in these auctions.

Toovey's auctions have the past auctions on-line in their archive to see what prices were realised.

27th November 2018

Houten Toy Train Collectors fair

Holland's biggest Modelspoor event predominantly caters for the modern H0/00 crowd, but also with larger scales and tinplate. About 500 stalls, with members of the Dutch HRCA present. The event is held at the Euretco Centre in Houten. So anybody visiting Holland would do well to visit this fine event and meet some of the Dutch HRCA members. Use the contact link (above at right) for general enquiries.

8th December 2018

Special Auction Services

Special Auction Services will have the Toys for the Collector auctions which contain a large and diverse selection of toys often including Hornby and other vintage toy trains. The December auction is the famous Trains Galore which ran for 20 years at Christie's.

11-12th December 2018

Vectis auction

Vectis was established in 1988 and sell toys in many categories, including Trains, Tinplate, Constructional Toys, Railwayana and Books. All auctions are room sales and all are held live on-line reaching collectors worldwide.

The Vectis auctions also have the past auctions on-line in their archive to see what prices were realised.

14th December 2018

Lacy Scott and Knight Auctions

The Lacy Scott and Knight toy train auctions encompass all areas of collecting including steam, O-gauge and OO-gauge railway, diecast models by Corgi, Dinky, Matchbox, Spot-On, European manufacturers as well as Tinplate Toys.

The Lacy Scott and Knight Auctions also have the past auctions on-line in their archive to see what prices were realised.

8th February 2018

UK Toy and Model Auctions

The UK Toy and Model auction was formed in the mid 1990s by Barry Stockton and Tony Oakes, enthusiasts with many years experience in the field of toy and model collecting.

18th February 2019

Sandown Park Show

Sandown Park

Some members of the Dutch HRCA will be visiting this great Barry Potter fairs event with 500 Stalls of Collectable Toys. The quality and variety of collectables on offer is breathtaking, with tables of toys and models for sale. Visitors and exhibitors travel from all over the UK and Europe to visit each event. The fair is held at the Sandown Park race course in Esher.

2nd March 2019

TCS spring get together

TCS Spring Show and AGM

The Train Collectors Society Spring Show and Annual General Meeting will take place at Trinity Methodist Church Hall in Leicester. Doors open at 10:30. Model railway layouts and plenty of trade stands. AGM for TCS members at 15:00. Refreshments available.

16th March 2019

HRCA 50th Anniversary Meeting In 2019 the HRCA will marking its 50th anniversary with a very special two day event to be at held in the Warwick Hall at Stonely. This will attract devotees from all corners of the globe to see, play and talk about their beloved Hornby trains. They will celebrate a period dating from about 1920 when they were first conceived, to the early 1960's, during which time they were at first available as the large 0 gauge models and later as the smaller 00 gauge version, branded as Hornby Dublo. Some members of the Dutch HRCA will be present.
27-28th April 2019