Here is another show coming to the Philadelphia area later this week. This is the Miniature Figure Collectors of America Show and Mart. Collector’s sculptures and painted Figures, Ordnance, Vignettes and Dioramas are judged. There is some truly amazing figures and dioramas to be seen. I went there last year as a last minute thing and was glad I did. It is has a lot of metal figures but some quality plastic dealers. I might not be able to attend, but will try. If you stop by tell George from Minutemen Toy Soldiers I said hello.
The Show and Mart will be open to collectors on Friday from noon till 5:00 PM and Saturday from 9:00 AM, until 4:00 PM.
We will be holding our 77th Annual Show and Mart on Friday, May 4th and Saturday, May 5th, 2018 and will be returning to the Radisson Hotel Philadelphia Northeast at 2400 Old Lincoln Highway in Trevose, PA.
“Year after year MFCA offers everyone the opportunity to shop in the largest vendor area in the country. If you need figures, models, toy soldiers, books, paints, brushes or bases, you can be sure you’ll find them here. Come see why we are the show of choice for one-stop shopping.”
**** NEW LINE OF FIGURES PREMIERED BY JOHN JENKINS ****
“We are pleased and honored to announce that John Jenkins, owner of John Jenkins Designs, will be attending our show and premiering his new line of American Revolutionary War subjects. John is renowned for his skill as a sculptor and painter, and his figures are prized by collectors for their quality. John has also generously donated several of his sets, to be raffled off through the course of the show. We’d like to express our thanks to John for the donation and extend him a warm welcome!”
Besides George from Minutemen Toy Soldiers there are some other quality dealers coming. Hobby Bunker, Treefrog Treasures and Rick Eber’s with all his quality vintage plastic playsets of mainly Marx. Besides these dealers that are a bunch more listed below.
Memphis Toy Soldiers LLC
Military History Shop
Birch Tree Enterprise
Relic Golden Amusement, Inc.
The Little Tin Soldier
The Model Cellar
B & M Miniatures LLC
Picacho Peak Collectibles
Kenneth R. Mick
Rick Eber’s Quality Play sets
Carl L. Hoegermeyer
Paul Boyd Trains & Toy Soldiers
A Toy in Time
Minutemen Toy Soldiers
Armand P. Bayardi-Model Maker
Hobby Bunker, Inc.
Hand Held Warriors
William Davis & Son, Booksellers
You can read more about the show at the MFCA site.
4 thoughts on “MFCA 77th Annual Show 2018 Featuring John Jenkins”
The MFCA committee
No problem, I am going to try to attend again. Last year was the first year I went and I had a good time. I put this in a few different groups.
MFCA show is going downhill.
I only went to this show once and that was last year. The show was small. For me it is not good because the Gettysburg show is usually a week or two apart.