Steals of the Week: Cool Collectibles

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We’ve created a variety of boards, but one of our favorites is entitled “Cool Collectibles”. Our search for cool collectibles never ends, and we’ve decided to spotlight five cool collectibles in this edition of Steals of the Week.

Perhaps the most collectible American brand of all time is Coca-Cola, so when we came across a dime Coca-Cola vending machine on, we had to include it in Steals of the Week. It’s on sale in Potts Camp, Mississippi for $800 (or best offer) and the seller says the compressor works.


Silver is one of those materials that tend to hold up especially well over time. That’s definitely the case with this stunning Vintage Silver Platered Tea Set by Henley Community. Its price tag is a tad high at $300, but the seller in Rancho Cordova, CA is willing to accept the best offer.


In the IKEA world we live in, it can be difficult to find charming vintage furniture. That’s what makes this vintage desk such a cool collectible. It’s available in Van Nuys, CA for just $85 and appears to be in excellent condition. That’s a serious Steals of the Week quality value.


We highlighted a silver item, so it’s only fair that we give gold its fair shake in Steals of the Week. This gold tone vintage lipstick compact is quite the cool collectible. It was made by Max Factor and costs only $35. The seller is located in Bakersfield, CA.


It’s only fitting that we would conclude Steals of the Week with a cool collectible that you won’t soon forget. This GateMaster Keepsake Cremation Urn is incredibly eye-catching and can be had for $306. The seller is located in Chula Vista, CA, but is only willing to accept payment via paypal. If you want a piece that will be a guaranteed conversation starter, this is the one.


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One Response to “Steals of the Week: Cool Collectibles”

  1. Hi Blog,
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    Good Job!

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