Collectibles- What’s Hot

Sep 26, 2004 | Collectibles | 0 comments

Collectibles, like the Barbie Doll, have generated millions for decades
Story by Kent Miller
September 26, 2004

“It’s the good, the fad and the old dependables. They each were the collectible item to have. The collectible item you must have.
Hula hoops, pet rocks and mood rings had their days. But as popular as they were, no one had a collection of those fad items. One, or at the most two, of each was enough.
Unfortunately, the same could not be said for Pokemon cards, Beanie Babies, Pogs, Batman cards and scores of other once scalding-hot, collect and/or trade items.”

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