Updated: December 25, 2018 fpclub.org

WELCOME TO OUR OFFICIAL SITE! The Fisher-Price Collectors Club is a group of people who enjoy collecting the wonderful toys made by the Fisher-Price toy company. We have been together for well over 20 years, first forming in 1993. The club is a registered non-profit organization with the purpose to preserve and collect Fisher-Price toys, and to bring together the people who enjoy them. Our club is unique in that we don't just exist as an online entity - we have a yearly convention where we get together to meet in person and socialize; and also have a sale to buy, sell and trade our favorite toys! If you have ever seen Brad Cassity's book Fisher-Price Toys, yes that's our club mentioned in there, and many photos in that book were from our club member's private collections. Check out our website and see what we do!
NOTE!!! THIS WEBSITE IS BEING UPGRADED AND IS UNDER MASSIVE CONSTRUCTION! PLEASE BEAR WITH US!!
Click on links below to see all the pages on this site!
Annual Toy Sale - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club usually holds a sale once a year in East Aurora NY. Click to see infomation on any upcoming sales, and photos from past sales too!
2019 Convention (tentative) - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club holds our annual convention in East Aurora NY, during the last full weekend in July. The convention usually has a social hour, annual sit-down catered dinner, and a toy show and sale. Check this link for updates as they come!
News and Updates - Click to see news and updates from the Fisher-Price Collectors Club. Will include toy sale and convention information as plans are made.
Gabby Goose Newsletter - Members of the Fisher-Price Collectors Club receive the club's newsletter The Gabby Goose usually 3 times a year (the newsletter is mailed out; it is not available online). This page has information about the current newsletter plus past newsletters as well.
Facebook Groups - There are some active Facebook groups where Fisher-Price fans chat away about their recent toy finds and their collections! The club also has a Facebook page, which we primarily use for updates about the toy sale.
The Fisher-Price Adventure People - The Adventure People were a line of toys made by Fisher-Price from the mid 1970's to the early 1980's. And wow, they can be super collectible, especially in the original boxes or cards! Click the link to see an overview to the Adventure People sets, plus photos of all the figures!
Join the Club - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club is a non-profit organization that has existed for over 20 years. Click the link to read more about what a club membership includes.
Past Conventions - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club has held our annual convention in East Aurora NY since our inception in 1993! Click to see photos and writeups from Convention 2018, Convention 2017, Convention 2016, Convention 2015, Convention 2014, Convention 2013, Convention 2012, Convention 2011, Convention 2010, Convention 2009, and Convention 2008.
The Wooden Pull Trains - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club has members who love all different lines of toys made by Fisher-Price; we aren't just all Little People collectors! Many of our members love the older wooden pull toys, which were the primary toys made until the mid 1960's. One fun subgroup of the pull toys are the wooden trains, each with it's own style and identity. Click the link to see a whole bunch of them!
Fisher-Price Guide Books - Looking to buy a guide book on classic Fisher-Price toys (pre-1990)? On this page we showcase 3 of the best ones out there, the books written by Brad Cassity, Bruce Fox and John Murray.
Our Mission, Goals and History - An overview of the Fisher-Price Collectors Club, from our beginning in 1993 to current times. Explains our missions and goals as a non-profit organization.
Overview of the Toys We Collect - What do the members of the Fisher-Price Collectors Club collect? The top line of toys (as you may guess) is the classic Little People toys, and second is the older wooden pull toys. But we have members who collect many other lines of toys as well! Musical wind-ups, newer Little People, the mighty Adventure People, plus more! See the link to get an overview of what lines of toys that collectors like!
Fisher-Price Toy Collection Photos - See photos of many toys in the personal collection of one of our long-time members. This page showcases many different lines of collectible Fisher-Price toys.
Fisher-Price Little People - The beloved Fisher-Price Little People made from the mid 1960's to 1989 are the top collectible line of toys by members of the club! This page is a brief overview of the Little People and some links to sites or books that can serve as an identification guide.
East Aurora NY Information - The Fisher-Price Collectors Club holds our annual convention in East Aurora NY. Why East Aurora? It's the home of the Fisher-Price factory, of course! It's where it all started. This page has some general information about East Aurora for those coming to the convention for the first time.
More Links - These are some more links to other sites with information about Fisher-Price toys. Like with all things on the Internet, sometimes the links go dead, but hopefully something still works on this page!
Member Memorials - The club has many senior members, and sadly the march of time is invariably taking its toll. On this page we remember 2 club members who passed away, Deanna and Richard.

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The Fisher-Price Collectors Club is not affiliated with Mattel/Fisher-Price or any of its associates. The toys are trademarks of Mattel/Fisher-Price and its affiliates. Fisher-Price® is a registered trademark of Mattel, Inc. The statements expressed here are the opinions of the site owners.


Contact Info:

The club's email is: fpclub@att.net

NOTE: We fully admit we do not have a person readily available to answer multiple emails at this time, so we may be very selective about which ones we have time to answer. (If we recognize your email as a club member, you will definitely get priority!). If you have a toy-related question (not specifically club-related), you could always post in one of the Facebook groups.

Also note the club often receives emails from people looking to sell their played-with Fisher-Price toys (houses, barns, etc) in a large lot to a collector. I won't beat around the bush here - the club simply does not have the manpower or time to be involved in buying/selling over the internet and moderating sales between people. These more common played-with Little People sets are typically not what collectors are looking for. The older toys, the boxed sets, and the rare ones are the ones worth the time and money. Something to keep in mind if looking to sell Fisher-Price toys, just the way the collector's market is!

If you are a Facebook user, one place to post sales is the group "Fisher-Price Toys 4 Sales Only" as many club members and collectors hang out there! (The Facebook group is not run by the club).



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Last updated: December 25, 2018

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