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Western Collectibles

Address: PO Box 2426, Payson, Arizona, 85547

Phone number: 928-205-9119

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Classic Boutique & Gallery

Address: 2678 Bayshore Blvd, Dunedin, Florida, 34698

Phone number: 727-736-1444

Mark's Collectible Beer Steins and Mugs
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Mark's Collectible Beer Steins and Mugs

Address: 27222 Jardines, Mission Viejo, California, 92690

Phone number: 949-364-7175

If you like beer steins, you will enjoy our collection of all the most popular beer brands including Budweiser, Heinek, and more.

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Columbia Glass Collectibles

Address: 1515 Lafayette St, Albany, Oregon, 97322

Phone number: 971-240-6902

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Action Toys & Collectibles

Address: 355 Central Ave, Bohemia, New York, 11716

Phone number: 631-563-9113

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Dooley's Treasure Chest

Address: 2225 Cottonwood Lane, Bedford, Texas, 76021

Phone number: 817-283-7473

Coin Exchange
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Coin Exchange

Address: 267 South Central Ave, Hartsdale, New York, 10530

Phone number: 914-222-4343

Buying and Selling, Certified Appraisals, Expert Witness, Grading and Authentication, Numismatic Consulting,

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Law Enforcement Challenge Coins

Address: Ogletown Stanton Rd, Newark, Delaware, 19713

Phone number: 800-224-0599

We make high quality challenge coins are not just an excellent way to boost morale.

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07 Racing Collectibles

Address: 3125 E Main St, Campville, New York, 13760

Phone number: 607-785-0707

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Great American Collectibles

Address: Suite B, 8536 SW St Helen's Drive, Wilsonville, Oregon, 97070

Phone number: 877-399-3111

User Submitted Tips

  • I took a vacation to see a good friend of mine in Wisconsin last year, and I marveled at her extensive collection of bells. Normally you would think of a bell as a collectable, but there are so many very beautiful ones out there, and they display so well. Her most expensive one was from Japan, and was actually worth quite a bit of money. It is trimmed in 24k gold with an amazing picture of a Buddhist temple on it. One of her very favorites is from her first grandson, only 4 years old at the time. Collectibles mean different things to different people, but to this woman, "collectible" has nothing to do with the price. So, if you want to have memorabilia that can look nice on a shelf, I would greatly suggest you shop for some sort of glass collectible.
  • If you are in search of home collectibles, you may want to start on eBay. Even if you do not bid on a collectible, you can at least see how much they are worth. Flea markets and garage sales are other places to find those treasures. If you are like me, you have more than you need, but always get a thrill when you find another figurine or plate to add to your collection. It is even a bigger thrill when you know how much these items are worth in advance and find one at a bargain price. Keep collecting!
  • There are a whole host of antique trade events around the world. My wife and I have become super addicted to the antique trade routes. When I was younger I collected trading cards and comic books, but now I'm way deep into the subculture of antique collectibles. All these hot spots for trading antiques are posted at various sites online. My little secret has been to do major research and then call around and find out ahead of time what's going to be at each event. Of course there is always that little diamond in the ruff that pops up out of no where that keeps me on my toes.
  • On many of my flights of fancy and business travels I've come to love collecting pieces of art. There is a whole industry out there that gathers up the best stuff and makes it easily available. I get a real thrill just sitting in with my collection of fine figuring's, tribal masks and paintings over a glass of wine. Some of the best deals I've found were by actually traveling to the country where they are made. By doing this I've cut out the middle man that makes the profit. I recommend investing in a plane ticket instead of buying from a local dealer.
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