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Marklin/Kato/Other Model Railroad Collection

Lot Number 1544

Quantity: Bid Starts: 11/01/2019 12:00:00 
Bid Open: 750.00  Bid Ends: 11/14/2019 22:00:00 
Bid Count: Overtime: 30 Minutes
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Master the world of model railroading with this extensive collection of Marklin, Kato and other trains and accessories. This international assortment is one of two lots in our current November, 2019 auction representing the lifetime collection of a dedicated model railroad engineer. German and Japanese manufacturers Marklin and Kato are known for turning out precision trains that are highly prized by collectors. This vast hoard includes (250+) engines, tenders and assorted train cars, plus a big supply of track, transformers and accessories. Generally this collection presents as like-new to better, with a small number of items in lesser state, that are mostly buildings and other accessories.

Featured are:

(4) Kato sets in factory boxes: 1.) #10-3300 281 Haruka set; 2.) #106-110 Amtrak 6-car set; 3.) #106-021 Amtrak 4-car set; 4.) #10-136 Bullet Train set

(150+) Kato loose trains including engines and a wide assortment of passenger and freight cars, housed in plastic cases with compartments for protection and storage

(100+) Marklin/Other trains with at least (12) engine and tender sets with New York Central, Pennsylvania Railroad and King George V, plus a pig engine, a Baby Ruth boxcar, a cannon hauler, a crane and a Barnum & Bailey Circus boxcar, also housed in compartment cases

(7) Assorted boxed items: Volmer Castle, Volmer Cottage, Atlas Turntable Set, Atlas Over N' Under Pier Set, Kato Unitrack, Kato Industrial Building, Kato Viaduct Platform Extension

(15) Compartment cases and (4) tubs full of track segments, paints, buildings, manuals, empty boxes and other accessories including (9) transformers


Due to considerable size and weight, this lot will incur a significant shipping fee. Pick up at our Maryland facility is encouraged. 

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