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Old 11-02-2018, 02:17 AM
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Default I need help with an enormous 60s bobble head collection

I have just acquired an extensive bobble head collection from the 1960s and I am in desperate need of a great resource to identify each one. If anyone could suggest a web site, or a periodical, I would greatly appreciate it. I have found some of them listed on ebay, but many that I have are not. This is just a very small sample. Thank you so much.
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Old 11-02-2018, 03:53 AM
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Congrats on your acquiring the bobble heads.Here's a website I found to be pretty helpful in IDing them.This might be a good start for you:

http://jjpbr.tripod.com/id20.htm

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Old 11-02-2018, 03:58 AM
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Also try Warman's Bobbing Head Field Guide: Values And Identification (Warman's Field Guide) Paperback – November 1, 2005. Can be found on Amazon.
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I highly recommend nodderexchange.com. John Brey has a price guide for practically every old bobbing head that exists.
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I highly recommend nodderexchange.com. John Brey has a price guide for practically every old bobbing head that exists.
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Use Nodderexchange.com
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Thank you everyone! Very helpful.
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Try Lou and John and www.insidetheparkcollectibles.com . They don’t come better
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I have just acquired an extensive bobble head collection from the 1960s and I am in desperate need of a great resource to identify each one. If anyone could suggest a web site, or a periodical, I would greatly appreciate it. I have found some of them listed on ebay, but many that I have are not. This is just a very small sample. Thank you so much.
FYI - the Phillies and Yankees are not vintage. Those were done in the 1990's. If you have any SF Giants please shoot me a PM.
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