Tomica has been a driving force in the world of diecast for more than half a century.
Despite turning 50 years old in 2020, Tomica isn’t letting up on the gas, including its long-awaited return to North American retailers.
You’ll find more than 7,850 Tomica models listed in the hobbyDB database. And much of that credit belongs to hobbyDB Price Squad member and Champion Curator SydneyOne64.
Our good friend from down under in Australia is closing in on adding his 10,000th item to the hobbyDB database — which comes with a hearty thank you from all of us Tomica lovers.
With that in mind, we decided to take a look at the Top-10 Most Valuable Tomica models that can be currently found on hobbyDB.
10. Nissan Skyline 2000GT ($1,050)
9. Nissan Gloria Van ($1,110)
This model was created to celebrate 300,000 customers of Tokyo Gas Company and arrived with a rarity of just 700 produced.
8. Nissan Skyline Coupe GTS ($1,250)
The Nissan Skyline Coupe GTS comes with 25 variants, but none as valuable as this Skyline R31.
7. London Bus ($1,300)
Exclusive to the Suzuka Golden Trophy Race
6. Mitsubishi Galant GTO-MR ($1,350)
Was produced from February 1972 to December of 1975.
5. Toyota EX-7 ($1,420)
4. President’s Wedding Gift Set ($1,500)
This set served as a gift for guests attending the wedding of Tomi Tomiyama.
3. Mini Racing Pick-up ($1,850)
The Mini Racing Pick-up comes with a custom made resin body.
2. Nissan Cedric 2800GL Taxi ($2,150)
1. Tomica Super Gift ($7,140)
Tomica celebrated the 400th Anniversary of Osaka Castle by releasing its Super Gift set featuring all 80 of the models the company produced in 1983. Despite 3,000 sets created, the high price tag (25,000 yen) forced many sets to be broken down and sold individually.
Do you own any? We’d love to see all of your top Tomica models. Show in the comments or message them to support@hobbyDB.com and we might feature them on our blog!
I got a few r31s
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