|Last Updated: June 10, 2023
The Fisher-Price Collectors Club *usually* holds a sale once a year during
our annual convention, which takes place on the Saturday of the last full weekend in July. (Covid, of course, cancelled our 2020 sale).
To see when the next sale is, visit our
Toy Show and Sale Page. Our current location for the sale is
the Blazing Star Masonic Lodge, located at 645 Main Street in East Aurora NY, in a large multi-purpose room.
The sale takes place as part of
the East Aurora Chamber of Commerce's Street and Sidewalk Sale, which brings lots of people to town that weekend!
Information for Potential Vendors for 2023:
As of early June, all vendor spots are filled for the July 2023 sale. We are no longer taking applications for renting tables.
The Fisher-Price Collectors Club is thrilled to have so many sellers this year, as that means there will be
a very nice selection of toys for sale! Our sale's chairperson has already reached out to everyone who was
offered a table. If you are a vendor and need to reach us, email the club at email@example.com.
The date for the 2023 sale is Saturday July 29th, 2023. The location is the
Blazing Star Masonic Lodge at 645 Main Street in East Aurora NY. Hours are 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
|What Our Shoppers Look For
|At the sale, most of our shoppers are looking for vintage Fisher-Price toys (yeah that
is pretty self-explanatory!).
Toys made before 1990 tend to be the most collectible, but there are some collectors for newer toys, too.
Far and Away, the top selling toys are the classic Little People sets
from the 1960's to 1989, especially parts and figures for those sets. Boxed sets and rare sets also tend to sell well.
Some people will pay top dollar for the "one piece they are missing" to complete their set! The other top seller are the wooden pull toys (pre-1970)
and the oldest toys made by Fisher-Price (1930's etc.). Collectors love 'em!
Other Fisher-Price toy lines that sellers have been known to bring are:
wind-up musical toys; Adventure People and Huskies (1970's-1980's); Chunkies (the 1990-1996 Little People); some newer
Little People toys (The post 1990 ones tend not be what our shoppers are looking for, but hey, you can try!); 1970's/1980's dollhouse sets; Toyfest replicas;
Fisher-Price factory and employee exclusive items; other Fisher-Price toys from the 1970's and 1980's; and
any collectible older toy in original packaging. Pretty much any older Fisher-Price toy has a potential collector out there somewhere!
Our vendors are also welcome to sell other lines of collectible toys - Weebles,
older Playskool, Kenner Tree Tots, other popular 1970's toys, etc. Most of our shoppers are looking for Fisher-Price and similarly-made toys,
which is something to keep in mind
when setting up a table to sell. Inventory changes every year depending on what the vendors are bringing to sell. We like to
add that Toyfest toys can be a tough sale, since there were so many produced and not much demand.
See photos at our Toy Sale Page to view what sellers have
been selling in the past, and see if that appeals to you as a potential seller.
|If you want more information about the sale, feel free to email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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