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In a recent NOVA-Antiques Newsletter we talked about the difference between an antique, a vintage collectible and a collectible. Both collectibles and vintage collectibles are things that people collect. The difference being that a vintage collectible is something that is older. A collectible is normally anything that is produced just for collecting purposes. Franklin Mint, Hallmark and Hummel are companies that produce things that are collectibles. Memorabilia on the other hand was usually produced for an intended purpose. According to the dictionary memorabilia is “something that is remarkable and worthy of remembrance" or things that bring up memories of the past. Vinyl records, vintage flyers and playbills can all be considered memorabilia.