Everything from Georgian board games to Sindy dolls and a model Star Wars spaceship is set to go under the hammer in the next vintage and antique toy sale at Mitchells in Cockermouth.

Among the oldest and rarest items up for grabs is a Georgian paper board game entitled Newton's New Game of Virtue Rewarded and Vice Punished for the Amusement of Youth of both Sexes, which is displayed in an illustrated sleeve and has an estimate of £300 to £500.

And among the items expected to fetch the highest prices is a large-scale traveller's cart with a bowed top, measuring about 6ft high on its wheels and 7ft long excluding the hames.

Auctioneers say the blue, green, red and cream scratch-built cart, fitted with an interior bench, would make an ideal garden feature or children’s playhouse. It has a conservative estimate of £500 to £800, which it already looks likely to exceed.

A Hasbro Star Wars The Legacy Collection Millennium Falcon measuring 75cm long has an estimate £100 to £150. An American Lionel Craft speedboat, in cream and red, marked "Lionel-Craft" to the back is expected to make £300 to £500.

The sale also includes a range of railway models, 0 gauge and 00 gauge locomotives and railwayana. A Bing gauge 1 4-4-0 Great Western 3410 Sydney tank loco and tender is expected to make £150 to £250.

Among the railwayana is a Penrith Railway Station milk churn, of conical form, manufactured by Bond & Son Ltd. and measuring 88cm, which is expected to easily make £70 to £100, and a late 19th/early 20th century steam locomotive front light by Lang/Bachmann & Co. which may make £350 to £450.

The sale also features a range of interesting dolls. A 1960s Pedigree Sindy in Weekenders doll with additional Lunch Date and Undie World outfits is expected to fetch £100 to £150. A relatable Sindy's Boyfriend Paul doll, again from the 1960s and boxed, should sell for £40 to £60.

Other dolls of interest include three German Kathe Kruse collector's dolls, all in very good condition and un-played with. These dolls often attract internet bidders and are likely to sell for around £200 to £300.

A blonde-haired Kathe Kruse doll with painted facial features measuring 48cm tall is expected to sell for £200 to £300. An unusual small wooden and painted jig doll with jointed limbs could make around £30 to £50.

A variety of die cast models also feature in the sale, including a number of 1960s Corgi vehicles. They include a Green Hornet Crime Fighting Car, more modern Corgi Classics vehicles, and several Paul's Model Art models which should all sell for more than £100.

A Paul's Model Art Mini Champs 1:12 scale Classic Bike Series Vincent Black Shadow motorbike has an estimate of £100 to £150 and a Paul's Model Art Mini Champs Bentley Blower 4.5 Litre has an estimate of £80 to £120.

Two Franklin Mint 1/10 scale Harley Davidson die cast model motorbikes - an Electra Glide and a Heritage Softail - may make £40 to £60.

A number of sealed Airfix model kits are also up for auction.

Lead and other metal soldiers and figurines also feature in the sale. A group of 60-plus matte painted and resin Del Prado Collection soldiers has been estimated at £60 to £80. Others are from a local source, a gentleman who makes them in his spare time, and relate to famous battles. These are expected to make £40 to £50.

The sale takes place on Saturday, February 23, starting at 10am.

Lots can be viewed the day before the sale from 3pm to 7pm, and from 8.30am on sale day.