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The trains are pre-WW2 Lionel. I'm not well versed (i.e. almost none) in the ins and outs of prewar values, so I'll leave that to more knowledgable folks. (you might want to change the title of your post to something like "what do i have here? (Prewar Lionel)" to increase the odds that someone with the necessary knowledge will notice your post.

---PCJ

*(I searched "matchbox y series")

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Depression era Lionel litho set. The loco, I believe is a 1681E, should have a number plate on the boiler front. Looks to be in decent shape but is missing one of the pickup clips? Common passenger cars for this would be #1690 Pullman and #1691 Observation in red. Not rare but if in decent shape and running can bring $50 for the loco/tender. Ebay sold prices are a good indicator but usually I subtract 10% for a real world price. Nice boxed sets of course bring a lot more.

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