The Veron brothers founded Norev Diecast just outside of Lyon, France in 1946. In the 75 years since, Norev has grown among the godfathers of the French diecast industry.
hobbyDB is home to more than 3,700 Norev items, each one more valuable than the next in terms of money and sentimental worth. With that in mind, we’re taking a look at the most-valuable Norev models found on hobbyDB.
Remember, estimated values are always fluctuating, especially as we add more and more price points to ensure the accuracy of the hobbyDB database.
See the list of the most-valuable Norev diecast models currently on hobbyDB by following this link.
Top-10 Most-Valuable Norev Models on hobbyDB
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