Chris Ingledue, the Vintage Toy Expert

Reuniting Adults with their Favorite Toys Since 1999

In today’s day and age, it’s easy to feel nostalgic about simpler times, but not specific periods in history. Rather, we get that soothing feeling of nostalgia whenever we’re presented with a reminder back to the simpler time of our childhood, right? Our childhood homes and our childhood friends can certainly give us that sense of nostalgia, but there is one thing that will instantly bring back a world of memories for any adult, no matter where they come from – our childhood toys.

Chris Ingledue was born in the United States and grew up in the 1970s as a diehard Star Wars fan, not too dissimilar from other children at that time. As a typical action figure-loving kid, Chris could frequently be found staging and posing his figures around his home, as if they were in their own little world. As the years went on, Chris saw that he had already amassed quite the collection of action figures, so by 1991, he decided to continue growing his collection into something even more substantial.

With the arrival of the internet, Chris was quick to jump headfirst into the toy trading market. He first began by trading domestic and international toys with both international collectors and US-based collectors, essentially serving as an international toy exchange. Serving as a bridge and liaison between major collectors both domestic and international, Chris amassed one of the largest collections of Star Wars action figures in the United States. And after maintaining this collection for some time, Chris finally decided to sell it all, which took 6 months full time.

Looking for a new endeavor, Chris began purchasing Transformers toys and action figures. From the moment he made his first purchase, he was hooked on a new genre of action figures. It was that very moment back in 1999 that he began to relentlessly work towards reuniting adults with their favorite toys.

Today, if you ask Chris what he does, he’d say something like, “I buy and sell vintage Generation 1 (G1) Transformers toy action figure collections. However, what I really sell is the feeling you had as a child and the memories associated with them. It’s still an absolute joy – even if it’s the 3,750th Optimus Prime.” Aside from Transformers he also buys and sells Star Wars, G.I. Joes, Thundercats, Indiana Jones, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Godaikin, Shogun Warriors, Ghostbusters, M.A.S.K., Silverhawks and much more!

Throughout his time as a dealer and trader, Chris has developed a deep understanding and extensive expertise in the market. He’s helped to sell Transformers toy action figures to nearly 200,000 collectors worldwide. In fact, if you placed every single Optimus Prime action figure that he has reunited with a collector in a line, it would span nearly ¾ of a mile! His experience and drive to continue this life-long mission speaks to his conviction and his integrity in restoring that childhood love for toys, no matter where you live, how old you are, or how long it’s been since you’ve felt that nostalgia. Chris Ingledue works each day to reunite people with their favorite childhood toys, and in turn, their memories.

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Toys We Buy

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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons
Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers
African Kings and Conquerors
Air Raiders
Aliens
Army Ants
A-TEAM
AWA Wrestling Figures
Barnyard Commandos
Battle Beasts
Battle of the Planets
Battlestar Galactica
Beetleborgs
Beetlejuice
Big Jim
Biker Mice from Mars
Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure
Bionic Six
Blackstar
Bone Age
Bravestarr
Buck Rogers
Bugmen of Insecta
C.O.P.S. N’ Crooks
Captain Power
Centurions
Chips
Chuck Norris & Karate Kommandos
Clash of the Titans
Computer Warriors
Conan The Barbarian
Convertors
Crash Test Dummies
Crystar
Defenders of the Earth
Defenders of the Planets
Dick Tracy
Dino Riders
Dragonball Z
Dragonriders of the Styx
Dragons Knights and Daggers
Droids – Star Wars
Dukes of Hazzard
Dune
Eagle Force
Earth Force
Elastolin
Ewoks – Star Wars
Exo Squad Robotech
Fantasy World
Flash Gordon

Food Fighters
G.I. Joe
Galaxy Fighters
Galaxy Warriors
Gargoyles
Ghostbusters
Go-Bots
Godaikin
Greatest American Hero
Hardcastle and McCormick
He-Man Masters of the Universe
Hercules
Hot Wheels Redlines
Indiana Jones
Infaceables
Inhumanoids
Inspector Gadget
James Bond
Jurassic Park
Karate kid
Knight Rider
Lord of the Rings
Lords of Light
Lost World of the Warlord
M.A.S.H.
M.A.S.K.
Mad Balls
Magnum PI
Manglors
Mantech
Marvel Secret Wars
Matt Mason
Mego Action figure Toy lines
Micro Machines
Micronauts
Mighty Crusaders
Mighty Max
Muscle
Nightmare Warriors
Other World
Pirates of the Galaxseas
Planet of the Apes
Police Academy
Power Lords
Power Rangers
Predator
Pulsar
Rambo
Realm of the Underworld
Ring Raiders
Robin Hood Prince of Thieves

Robocop
Robot Defenders & Robot Renegades
Robotech
Rock Lords
Rough Riders Stompers
Rulers of the Sun
Sarge Team & The Bad Guys
Secret of the Ninja
Sectaurs
Sgt Rock
She-Ra Princess of Power
Shogun Warriors
Silverhawks
Six Million Dollar Man
Sky Commanders
Small Soldiers
Speclatron
Spiral Zone
Star Trek
Star Wars
Starcom
Starriors
Starsky & Hutch
Steel Monsters
Street Sharks
Stretch Armstrong
Sumo Giants
Super Naturals
Super Powers
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT)
Terminator 2
Terrahawks
The Black Hole
Thundercats
Tigersharks
Toxic Crusaders
Transformers
Tron
Universal Monsters
Van Helsing
Visionaries
Voltron
Warrior Beasts
Wheeled Warriors
Willow
WWF Wrestling Figures
Xena
Zoids
Zorro


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