4 edition of matchcover collectors price guide found in the catalog.
matchcover collectors price guide
Includes bibliographical references (p. 342]-34 and index.
|Statement||by Bill Retskin ; with contributions by John Williams.|
|LC Classifications||NC1889 .R48 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||352 p. :|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||93060795|
Family members have full privileges but receive no extra bulletin s. American Matchcover Collecting Club — another organization dedicated to the hobby of matchbook collecting. Well, I don't have a vintage Rolls Royce either, but there are other types of Treasure besides just old! Participation is open to any RMS member. They don't carry an identifying footer, weren't made by an old defunct company, aren't XLs, and may or may not have the wide strikers.
Pola-Wite is still in business - they sell teeth whitening products. What is a Wiki? Tobacco cigarettes, cigars, etc. The database is updated daily. Inthere were over active collectors in The Rathkamp Matchcover Society  The Voice of the Hobby Sincespread over 20 countries worldwide. To this day, matchbook covers enjoy great popularity among American collectors, while their European counterparts prefer matchbox labels.
I have no idea! Lindbergh was promoted to Colonel the week prior to the dinner. It's easy, anyone can add images and contribute information to the web pages in the database. All values listed are approximate. To avoid this issue, you can remove the matches from the box or book before you return home. They used them and threw them away, or left them behind to be swept up, and now only one man, Frank Cranston, of Rhode Island is known to have one.
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This rare piece of match bibliophilia is mounted in an airtight silver frame and kept in the museum of the Diamond Match Company. It's the same-way with matchcover collectors. They're distinguishable from other covers because they don't carry any advertising, and they were issued in sets, some of which had over covers each.
The first safety match was invented a short time later in Grizzly Brake Lining had an amazing and angry bear advertising their products. Too many results? With the general exception of "Feature-type" matches, which themselves are printed upon or differently shaped, it is not what is in the box or under the cover that is important to collectors, but what is on the outside of the package.
These covers are as good as gold, often selling for at least several dollars each, and often quite a bit more, but it's easy to get overwhelmed in this area since there are so many. Starting in the s, photos became more common.
Examples of unacceptable conditions include: - Strikers have been cut off - Covers have been holed usually from tacks - Covers have been glued into albums - Covers have been written on - Covers are "flats" salesman's samples; they've never held matches, never been in circulation Most US collectors generally do not want Canadian or other Foreign covers, and very few are interested in labels.
There is no current listing available. The Annual Banquet. The New York ''40 World's Fair listing is the largest, with over covers known. What they all wish they has is the Lindbergh cover.
By Cliff Aliperti Leave a Comment William Powell I've remarked several times how I've been collecting, buying and selling across several hobbies for pretty much as long as I can remember, but there are several collecting niches where I must profess ignorance and collecting matchcovers is one of them.
Consigning them to one of the big conventions to have them sold through the auctions there. They'll have a good home, and they'll be appreciated and taken care of But, our vision is that someday iGuide? Matchbook advertising became extremely popular with big-name customers including Pabst Brewery and Wrigley Gum.
The price guide is maintained by Jon R. These are low-bandwidth tools that allow you to offer up-to-date, unbiased pricing to your Web site users. The list may include only a few covers or thousands, depending on how prolific the manufacturer was.
Many have no idea of what they're selling and have no idea of the standards that collectors expect. That being said, for now, the guide will focus only on the Lesney years, with the Regular Wheels era through the end of the Lesney SuperFast line, which ended with Lesney's bankruptcy in June of If you spy someone famous at a hotel or restaurant, grab a matchbook and try and get their autograph on the inside flap.
Current ball park figures just to give you some idea: Average, run-of-the-mill covers and this is the vast majority of material go for. Most collectors find that it is much more satisfying to devote their funds and energies toward filling a tiny niche rather than engaging in a Smithsonian-attic mentality.
Two types exist, one with Captain Lindbergh, the other with Colonel Lindbergh. To avoid this issue, you can remove the matches from the box or book before you return home.
And there are others, such as Full-Length Diners and Contours, for example, but this is about it. Be aware that sellers' expectations are almost always far too high.
Ask the host or hostess, since they may keep these behind the stand. Friction matches began to replace flint and steel by the s, when patents were granted in France and Britain, but it was not until s that what we call the "matchbook" was invented and patented in the United States.One site listed Black people as a category, so I was intrigued and Googled to see what I could find.
According to one price guide, matchcovers from the Cotton Club, Aunt Jemima, Kit Kat Club and some stereotypical images were desired. A set of Black Americana covers, including the Kit Kat Club and Cotton Club, sold for $ at auction in Matchcover Collector's (Author Autographed) Price Guide (book01) A brand new autographed copy of The Matchcover Collector's Price Guide, 2nd Edition.
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