Always knew that my birthday would fall on a famous day… and here it is March 1st. Really interesting when we think that peanut butter is something that we invented, but it dates back to the Aztecs and Incas. Really? The real important date is when the peanut butter machine was invented in 1903, with Peter Pan licensed in 1928 and Skippy in 1932. Jif followed behind in 1955 and Planters Peanut butter in the 1950s. Perfect day to start collecting and displaying old Peanut jars. Check out these jars and early pails for sale on icollect247.com.
Anniversary Soon? Want to give something special for your Anniversary? Well, we recently talked to a lady who had found a great bronze Texaco lock on our site and was giving to her husband for their 8th Anniversary. You see the 8th Anniversary is to a bronze gift. This was going to be a traditional gift, not a modern retail gift. A gift that showed she wanted something special and not just off the normal retail site.
If you want to make your anniversary special, here are some traditional ideas from icollect247.com.
1st – Anniversary
Paper: For Her – Uncut Merrill PaperDolls or For Him: Motor Magazines
2nd – Anniversary
Cotton: For Her – Cotton Halloween Napkins or For Him: Cotton Baseball Uniform
Leather: For Her – Leather Covered Courtship Ring Box or For Him: Leather Flying Cap
Make your mate feel special with a fun, vintage gift. Check out http://www.icollect247.com and search for that special anniversary gift!
No matter if you have just a few pieces in your home or your whole house showcases your collection, it is unique and no other home will look like yours. Just as your house has a personality, so does your collection. Collectors enjoy sharing their pictures of how they have decorate and used their purchases in their home.
As both sellers and collectors we enjoy seeing those pictures. Here are two Coca-Cola some recent vintage pieces we have sold on icollect247.
These photos show how a recent buyer has displayed vintage Coca-Cola cardboards and vintageCoca-Cola trolley signs recently purchase from icollect247 along side their newer pieces.
We featured a Drugstore collection of wonderful pieces that were breathtaking in our Antique Back Roads magazine. Terry McMurray has a collection of early Drugstore pieces which are to die for.
Pictures below of Terry McMurray’s Historic Drugstore
Read and enjoy pictures of Terry’s collection in our magazine – www.AntiqueBackRoads.com – Back Issue Volume 9.
Collections are as individual as a DNA, no two are a like. Here is how this collector displays his passion in his man cave.
Please share and subscribe to our Collector’s Corner through icollect247.com as we show more pictures of other collections we have been privileged to enjoy.