Rebirth of Hartland LLC Takes Next Steps

Rebirth of Hartland LLC Takes Next Steps

The storied history of the Harland company has been well-documented and their contributions to the sports memorabilia market continues. Currently operating as Hartland LLC, they have been producing limited edition figures since the late-1940's. The company recently announced the relocation of its manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters to Fairfield, OH, near Cincinnati. Collectors will have the opportunity to witness the history of the company and its legendary figure line in the new Hartland Museum, when it opens later this month. The facility is also home to the Queen City Sports Cards & Memorabilia store.

In addition, Hartland LLC, announced that a new division within the company has been formed, called Hartland Auctions. The auction side of the business will specialize in conducting auctions of original Hartland figures, accessories, and vintage hang tags. These hang tags are a crucial component of the original Hartland figures and are often missing from current pieces. Collectors whose figures are missing the tag(s) and are wanting to insure an increase in value of their original figures, will now have the opportunity to acquire these rare originals. The first of several planned auctions is set to kick-off before the end of the year with a specific date still to be determined.

This niche collectible market will now have a dedicated team of experts to help collectors authenticate, appraise and auction these cherished collectibles. Company President Fay Halliwell had this to say about Hartland's new venture, “We have a team that is very knowledgeable about the history of the Hartland brand. Our new auction service will provide another valuable resource for our loyal collectors when deciding whether to sell or keep their Hartland collection. We will take great care of each consignment and maximize the auction proceeds of each lot while also offering a unique buying experience.”

Collectors interested in learning more about the historic Hartland Company can do so by reading this detailed figure guide and included checklist.

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Stan Musial 1950's Hartland Baseball Statue
$150.00
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Vintage 60's Babe Ruth Hartland Figure (no bat)
$30.00
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1990 HARTLAND WHITEY FORD CHAIRMAN OF BOARD LIMITED EDITION STATUE IN BOX
$75.00
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1990 HARTLAND LOU GEHRIG THE IRON HORSE LIMITED EDITION BASEBALL STATUE IN BOX
$75.00
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Original Hartland Stan Musial Box
$51.00
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Dizzy Dean Hartland Statue 1990 + BOX
$169.00
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6 PC LOT Seabisuit Horse Racing Hartland Ceramic Figurine
$59.95
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Whitey Ford 1990 Hartland Statue Chairman of the Board w Original Box Limited
$129.99
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Vintage Hartland Aaron, Spahn and Eddie Mathews 1960
$574.00
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Hartland Vintage Mantle, Musial , and Ted Williams 1958
$589.00
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Vintage Hartland Mantle and Aaron 1958 2 beauties 56 years old
$441.00
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NELSON "NELLIE" FOX Hartland Baseball Stars 25th Anniversary 1988 White Sox Box
$44.50
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1988 Minnesota Twins Harmon Killebrew Hartland Statue
$49.99
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Hartland Vintage Baseball Ted Williams And Willie Mays 1960 READ very cheap
$179.00
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1960's Green Bay Packers #64 JERRY KRAMER Hartland Football Statue
$197.75
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1960's Chicago Bears #29 Ronnie Bull Hartland Football Statue
$197.75
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  1. Great story. Glad to see them back in the market and hope everyone realizes how long they have been around..

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