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    Collectibles in New Castle

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    Business Listing   Firststategifts - New Castle, DE - Phone: (302) 324-9097

    Business Listing   Manor Used Books - New Castle, DE - Phone: (302) 322-5584

    Business Listing   Nucar Collectibles - New Castle, DE - Phone: (302) 224-7223

    Business Listing   X TRA Inning Corporation - New Castle, DE - Phone: (302) 395-4580

    Business Listing   Yesterday's Memories - New Castle, DE - Phone: (302) 328-7345

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    Helpful Definition for: Collectibles

    A collectible in New Castle is any object regarded as being of value or interest to a collector, though not necessarily monetarily valuable always. An antique is a collectible that is old; a curio is a small, usually fascinating or unusual item that is sought after. A manufactured collectible is an item made specifically for people to collect, like those related to arts, books, recorded music or films, paintings, figurines, stamps, coins, also including cars, fine wine, etc. Generally speaking, collectibles in New Castle are items of limited supply that are sought for a variety of reasons including a possible increase in value.

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