Preview Show hours are Friday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. $25, and
General Admission on Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. is $10.00 for adults and $2.00 for children.
Dealers from around the world will gather to buy, sell and trade Tin Wind-up toys, Cast Iron toys, Disney memorabilia, Dolls, Americana, Arcade machines, Movie memorabilia, Gambling items, advertising and much more. Collectible items are on display and can be purchased for as little as one dollar, while rare and highly desirable pieces, such as a Cigar Store Indian might fetch $65,000. Antique and rare advertising signs have been sold for prices ranging from $100 to $100,000, carousel figures from $600 to as much as $50,000 and all-in-all, the Show offers a carnival-type museum look, full of excitement and activity.
“It is almost impossible not to have a great time. There is something for everyone and at every price range.” Among the collectors who throng this fabulous show, are well-known celebrities who are also collectors. In previous shows such buyers have been Jonathan Winters, Michael Jackson, Dan Aykroyd, Demi Moore, Robert Blake and Malcolm McDowell.
“It is virtually impossible to find this much merchandise and in such a wide category in any individual antique show or toy store in the entire United States. Here it is all under on roof. Even those who are not collectors can have a great time strolling along looking at the displays. It is certainly as interesting and entertaining as a museum.”
The Glendale All American Collector’s Show now over 40 years old features over 100 dealers from through out the United States offering for sale the best in vintage toys, advertising, coin op, dolls, breweriana, signs, comic books, paper ephemera, battery op toys, Star Wars, Hollywood memorabilia, gas and oil collectables and much, much more. The show is a true reflection of the American enterprise.