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collector's piece

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(Antiques) a thing regarded as being exquisite or rare and thus worthy of the interest of one who collects such things
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Noun1.collector's item - the outstanding item (the prize piece or main exhibit) in a collection
curio, curiosity, oddment, peculiarity, rarity, oddity - something unusual -- perhaps worthy of collecting
rariora - (plural) rare collector's items
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Hailed as a limited-edition artwork by one of fashion's iconic photographers, it is a collector's piece, and for many, a chance to own a Bruce Weber masterpiece.
This is not only a collector's piece, but also an amazing investment.
The six centimetre solid bronze collector's piece shows Her Majesty on horseback and costs PS19.
The scale Defender collector's piece celebrates more than 60 years of Defender production and features authentic interior details, such as trimmed seats, steering wheel and rear stowage.
They are made using recycled wood so each one is a one-off and a real collector's piece.
Many visitors at the event find the Sword of Qatar to be an impressive collector's piece, a sign of pride, heritage and ancestry.
I have received offers to sell it because it is a very rare collector's piece, but I have turned them down," he said.
The skipper last found the net for Albion in a 2-0 FA Cup triumph at Peterborough in January 2009 but his collector's piece at St Andrew's set Blues on their way to a 3-0 win in the delayed third-round clash against League Two opponents Bristol Rovers.
The defender last found the net for West Brom in a 2-0 FA Cup triumph at Peterborough in January 2009, but his collector's piece at St Andrew's set Blues on their way in a delayed third-round clash against plucky League Two opponents Bristol Rovers.
After making its debut last weekend, the Official Formula 1 Opus Bernie Edition, the iconic collector's piece valued at $1 million, will be revealed to Qatar at the upcoming World Luxury Expo in Doha.
Which popular collector's piece takes its name from the Old English word for a type of orange clay?