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You might see me on eBay as Keystonetoys-florida.  If you have identification questions about a toy you own please send measurements and at least one quality photo via  Thank you for stopping by, Derrick.

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  1. Hi Derrick,

    Mike Thornton, Assoc Curator with the New-York Historical Society here.
    I am curious if you have come across any ads or ephemera related to an exclusive Macy’s department store Strombecker Christmas panel truck? It’s from their 1930s line of 4″ vehicles.
    We have one in our collection and I am trying to narrow the date range down for an online exhibition I am developing. I’d like to send you a pick to hear your thoughts on how it compares with other examples in your collection. How would I go about doing that?

    Mike Thornton
    Assoc. Curator of Material Culture
    New-York Historical Society

  2. I’m looking for a front grille and rear canvas cover for a Keystone Packard Army pressed steel truck. Any info?

  3. What can you tell me about the Keystone Photograph for projecting Opaque pictures, Model #441. Someone is interested in buying it and I would like to fairly price it.
    Thank you

  4. I am working on restoring a Keystone of Boston dollhouse and am in need of five out of the six latticed window panels. Each panel measures 2 1/2″ x 1 5/8″ inches. They are white. Any leads would be greatly appreciated!
    Cindy :’)

    1. Hello Cindy,
      I have no contacts within dollhouse collecting circles that I could suggest. If you search Keystone on EBay under Toys, Dolls and Bears I have seen a seller of parts. You might want to reach out there.

  5. Do you know if Keystone had any hang tags like Buddy L used on their pressed steel toys. I am looking for any pictures that I could use to recreate them. Thanks for your reply.

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