Thomas G. Atkinson is creating The Star Toys Museum
2

patrons

$6
per month
When I was 13 the first Star Wars movie came out, and it changed my life. I've been collecting Star Wars toys and memorabilia ever since. At the moment, the collection numbers over fifteen thousand items.

I've always loved sharing my collection with other enthusiasts. In 1994, when we moved into our large house in suburban Baltimore, the collection got its own room and we inaugurated the Star Toys Museum. Visitors come from all over to see the collection.

The Museum has been featured in many TV and radio news shows (this video is a sample) and newspaper and magazine stories. In 2007, parts of the collection were displayed as a special exhibit at the Geppi's Entertainment Museum in Baltimore. In 2016, Baltimore Magazine included the Museum in their Best of Baltimore issue.

The Museum's visitors and fans are always asking how they can help. Patreon is the answer. Your support can help the Museum keep up with the explosion of toys and other stuff that's come with renewed interest in the Star Wars universe.

Thanks for your support!

-Thomas G. Atkinson
Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
0 patrons
Get the satisfaction of knowing that you're supporting The Star Toys Museum.
Pledge $2 or more per month
1 patron
Your name will be listed among our supporters on the Museum website and in our publications, plus you get the satisfaction of knowing you're supporting the Museum twice as much!
Pledge $5 or more per month
1 patron
We'll send you a set of laser-engraved acrylic Millennium Falcon earrings and list you among our supporters. And you'll get the satisfaction of supporting the Museum.
Pledge $10 or more per month
0 patrons
We'll send you a personalized, laser-engraved acrylic ornament in addition to the other rewards.
Pledge $25 or more per month
0 of 10 patrons
We'll send you a duplicate, fairly-unusual item from the Museum collection along with a certificate of gratitude. We can't tell in advance exactly what the item might be, but it'll be cool. You also get the other rewards.
Goals
$6 of $50 per month
Fifty dollars a month will get the Museum a handful of action figures, a smallish vehicle, or a couple of Star Wars books.
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When I was 13 the first Star Wars movie came out, and it changed my life. I've been collecting Star Wars toys and memorabilia ever since. At the moment, the collection numbers over fifteen thousand items.

I've always loved sharing my collection with other enthusiasts. In 1994, when we moved into our large house in suburban Baltimore, the collection got its own room and we inaugurated the Star Toys Museum. Visitors come from all over to see the collection.

The Museum has been featured in many TV and radio news shows (this video is a sample) and newspaper and magazine stories. In 2007, parts of the collection were displayed as a special exhibit at the Geppi's Entertainment Museum in Baltimore. In 2016, Baltimore Magazine included the Museum in their Best of Baltimore issue.

The Museum's visitors and fans are always asking how they can help. Patreon is the answer. Your support can help the Museum keep up with the explosion of toys and other stuff that's come with renewed interest in the Star Wars universe.

Thanks for your support!

-Thomas G. Atkinson

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Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
0 patrons
Get the satisfaction of knowing that you're supporting The Star Toys Museum.
Pledge $2 or more per month
1 patron
Your name will be listed among our supporters on the Museum website and in our publications, plus you get the satisfaction of knowing you're supporting the Museum twice as much!
Pledge $5 or more per month
1 patron
We'll send you a set of laser-engraved acrylic Millennium Falcon earrings and list you among our supporters. And you'll get the satisfaction of supporting the Museum.
Pledge $10 or more per month
0 patrons
We'll send you a personalized, laser-engraved acrylic ornament in addition to the other rewards.
Pledge $25 or more per month
0 of 10 patrons
We'll send you a duplicate, fairly-unusual item from the Museum collection along with a certificate of gratitude. We can't tell in advance exactly what the item might be, but it'll be cool. You also get the other rewards.