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Vintage Retro Collectables

Many people enjoy collecting all manner of items from all eras and vintage retro collectables covers an extensive range of articles from the fifties, sixties, seventies and eighties.

Whether your taste is in retro figurines, ornaments and lamps, classic pieces of electrical goods, shoes and bags, pop art, games and books, or furniture and tableware, it's likely you'll find something to suit your taste in vintage retro collectables. Discontinued items or originals and first editions are rare finds.

Vintage Retro Collectables from the 1940s and 1950s

The forties and fifties era is popular with collectors and vintage retro collectables from this era tend to be furniture or post-war related. These include evacuee suitcases, gas masks, and vintage metal signs .

1950s 'kitchenette' standalone cabinets and cocktail bars are available from this period. Due to their age these items may be distressed and require some work, but still make unique additions to your shabby chic style kitchen and living room.

Vintage Retro Collectables from the 1960s and 1970s

A wide range of items is available from this era, from lamps to kitchen ceramics, games, pottery and ornaments. These items add a touch of sixties kitsch to your collection or as a gift for a fan of the swinging sixties. Known for the hippie movement and progressive rock and Rock and Roll music was a heavy influence on these decades and rare vinyls are highly sought after by collectors.

The seventies is another popular era for collectors, with many kitchen items available to add that 1970's dinner party feel to your meals. Glasses, tableware, pots and pans, coasters, lamps and pop art are all available, adding a touch of gaudy seventies glam to your home.

Vintage Retro Collectables from the 1980s

The eighties was known for the birth of handheld electronic games and you'll find many to choose from in vintage retro collectables, including rare 80s Donkey Kong and Super Mario Bros and early Nintendo game systems.

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