Do you have a collection of complete and unused plastic model constructor kits cluttering up a loft, garage or spare bedroom? Will they ever get made or are they something that you’re thinking of selling? You could be sitting on a small fortune.
We can help.
Anderson & Garland are the leading auctioneers of plastic model constructor kits in the UK and are specialists in this field. In recent years they have sold dozens of collections for many happy vendors around the UK.
Makes of particular interest include: Airfix, Tamiya, Revell, Matchbox, Fujima, Humbrol, Heller, Frog and Italeri to name but a few.
Whether you have a few items or a few thousand items, we are the auction house to contact.
To start with, if you have a list, please either email or post a copy to us at Anderson House, see below for address details. Alternatively, if you can bring them to us, then call 0191 4303000 or email us at email@example.com to arrange a free valuation and consultation with one of our specialists.
Free home visits made throughout the UK for larger collections.
Most importantly, please remember, offering items at auction, to a worldwide audience, is the only way to realise the true potential of your collection. We do not buy anything. We act as your agent at all times and are here to maximise your return, for which we take a pre-agreed fixed percentage commission.
Don’t be misled, misguided or even tricked into parting with your treasures to individuals for quick cash deals. They always offer way under market value in order to get the full benefit themselves, by selling on for a large profit.
Airfix model constructor kit, series 20, 1:12 scale: 1930 Bentley 4 1/2 litre Supercharged, 20440.
Sold for £120
Revelle model constructor kit: The History Makers red box, WASP Radial Engine, limited production series.
Sold for £130
Revelle model constructor kit: Museum Classics, Cutty Sark H-393.
Sold for £160
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