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Princeton Gallery Unicorns

Updated on April 12, 2013

What I Have

This lens is about Princeton Gallery collectibles, specifically, Princeton Gallery Unicorns. I've chosen this specific company because that is where most of my unicorns came from. I've compared them to Bradford Exchange collectibles, and I much prefer the Princeton Gallery ones. Pricewise, they are identical, so why wouldn't I choose the company I think makes the prettier ones?

Photo Copyright Shari O'Leary

How Do I Choose My Unicorns

So, you might be wondering how I choose my unicorns. Let's see...I'm always searching for something I don't have. I've started a couple of series of these unicorns, and I'm always on the look out for new ones that have been added. If I have the cash, I'll get a "Limited Edition" one.

Right now, I have two collections, and two limited editions from the Princeton Gallery. The two series I have are "Love's Magic" and "Celestial Unicorns."

One of the "Limited Edition" ones I have is called, "A Midsummer's Night", and the other one is a Christmas one. I don't remember exactly what the Christmas one is called, but I do know that they were only going to make it until Christmas Eve in 1993.

I wish I could afford more, but until I can, I have to be satisfied with the ones I already have.

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Princeton Gallery Unicorns

Here's where you can find your own Princeton Gallery Unicorns like mine.

Celestial Unicorn, Princeton Galleries Unicorn Series
Celestial Unicorn, Princeton Galleries Unicorn Series

I have this one. It's one of my favorites.


I Know They're Here

I know there's Princeton Gallery Collectibles here, because I've seen them myself. I hope you see something you like.

To Finish Up

I hope you liked my quick glimpse into the world of collecting mythical figures. As you can see, Princeton Gallery items increase in value immensely, and that's one of the reasons I like to collect them.

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Let me know you were here and what you thought.

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      anismanto 5 years ago

      I remember a metal song from Rhapsody of Fire >> My Last Winged Unicorn...

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      LoriDengler 5 years ago

      I have 3 Princeton Unicorns for sale..Eternal Enchantment, Yuletide Blessing, and Love's Delight. They are all on

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      reflectionhaiku 6 years ago

      I admire unicorns for they are such magnificent and noble mythical figures. I have not collected any but I know severel friends who do. Thanks for sharing those precious information

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      adamfrench 6 years ago

      Thumbs up, great lens

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      Treasures By Brenda 8 years ago from Canada

      Nicely done lens.

      I'm trying not to collect anything.

      I have a house full of eBay inventory already!

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      capriliz lm 8 years ago

      I love unicorns!

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      Robin S 8 years ago from USA

      love them too!

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      Sandy Mertens 8 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      I have a Franklin Mint collection of unicorns. Very cool lens.

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      Mary 8 years ago from Chicago area

      One of my nieces is big into unicorns. Nice work--5*****

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      seashell2 8 years ago

      Interesting lens, good work!

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      bdkz 8 years ago

      Super cool!

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      Bambi Watson 8 years ago

      what a fun lens :-)

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      I used to collect unicorns when I was younger. Wonder where I packed those away too?