1899 - 1966. Founders H. N. Parker and Orlando Mason from Winchendon, Massachusetts, were specialized in pressed-steel transportation toys. However in 1907, they switched to wooden products including proven standard, Boy's Tool Chest.

Mason Parker value and price guide

What's your 'Mason Parker' worth? Here are some recently sold items (USA).

Picture Title Date Sold for
Wood Tool Chest Timber Craft Toy Box 07/2019 $35.00
2 Piece Floor Train Converse Or Mason 10/2019 $225.00
Pressed Steel Dewey Toy Train Engine 10/2019 $124.00
Toy Miniature Mason Parker Grand Piano 08/2019 $89.00
Model Tool Chests For Boys By Mason 10/2019 $37.50

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Comments (8)

Victor - May 24, 2019
I have a miniature school desk. Just wondering what the value is
I have no idea, it's very difficult to find anything about a Mason Parker desk, sorry!

Chuck - July 8, 2018
Have a Eductional Playthings Folding wooden Chalk Board by Mason and Parker, Wichendon Mass.

Bonnie - June 4, 2016
Hello, I have a Mason Parker very small wooden child's flip top desk and chair. I would some information on it such as age and value.Thanks so much!
No idea, but you can send a picture to fabtintoys gmail com so I can put it up here.

Ted - August 27, 2015
I have come by a wooden joined tool box for boys by Mason
Could be #314 Model Tool Chest. Send a pic to fabtintoys ADD gmail dot com and I'll put it on this page.

Rollina - April 18, 2015
I have a brown steamer trunk made in the 1930's It is 18" by 10" It has a hat box that opens from the top also a place to hang doll clothes and a drawer for shoes. It would hold about a 17" doll. It has what looks like brass hardware and brass corner protectors with a carrying handle on the top. Can you tell me anything about this trunk?
Can you recognize your trunk from these doll trunk images?

Pierre - August 14, 2013
# 314 model tool chest for boys

Debbie - September 15, 2011
Hi - I have a Mason Parker pressed steel horse pulling a cart. I have found it in a toy book but can't find much information about the toy or company. I was wondering if you have knowledge of this toy or company, if you could share with me any info.

Kerry - May 11, 2011
I am interested in Mason Parker toy passenger(rail) cars from the early 1900\'s. Thank you.