A lot of people collect things like stamps, and baseball cards. What do you collect?
I have a friend that has a huge collection of Crystal Glasses, china dinner ware, and lots of beautiful antiques. Where I collect various types of clothing, funny t-shirts, and baseball caps.
If you do collect things. What would make your collection unique?
Boyfriends, girlfriends, and any type of ex should be excluded! Funny but no.
I also collect sun glasses. as in this photo.
I collect signed first edition books and original artwork. I also do a lot of metal detecting and collect interesting artifacts from my expeditions.
For me it got to be fossils and old coins etc via metal detecting. Take a look at the folwoing if you interested.
http://metaldetectorreviewsuk.com/ An interesting website with some great finds.
http://jonathan-grimes.hubpages.com/hub … th-fossils - My hub on my fossil collecting at Charmouth .
I am a self-appointed protector of fragile items such as glass (crystal, cut glass, ceramics) vintage clothing, not so fragile jewelery, books mostly biography and autobiography, covered boxes, handbags. I really appreciate most things vintage from Victorian to the early 1960s. I've inherited some coins. I make use of the items I collect which I feel makes my collection unique. I put the items back into service and enjoy them so much. I am ever so careful with them. I truly do give them a second or maybe a third life.Recently, I've begun to sell some of my collection to make room - more living space.
I collect pens, I don't know why I just know I don't like it when there isn't one around. I have heaps laying around all over the place.
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