Explore a galaxy of collectibles, from antique advertising to vintage toys, comic books to postcards, glass to posters, and beyond. Heaven knows what you'll discover.
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How did a young Franciscan sister help launch one of the most successful and recognizable collectibles in history? The story of Berta Hummel and the history of her namesake figurines are forever intertwined.
New York paper from 1937, written by hobos for hobos, had a surprisingly long print run, was a hit during World War II, and even once drew acclaimed author W. Somerset Maugham to write a story.
Rising to fame as a shoe designer for Christian Dior in the 1950s, Roger Vivier is renowned for his innovations and bejeweled, sculptural creations.
When a Pepsi-collecting husband and a Coke-collecting wife buy a vintage trailer they name Bubbles, you know they are in for carbonated fun.