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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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The illustrated book features retro designs, many of which were worn by Tour de France winners, as well as specialist jerseys and unique collectors' pieces.
John Hughes, the man behind the unique Grogg models which have became collectors' pieces, has been given council permission to build a two-storey extension at the rear of his famous green and red model shop.
imports of art, collectors' pieces and antiques from Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey jumped 86 percent, from $51.
The world's most luxurious atlas, Earth Platinum, measuring 6x9 ft wide, is an example of one of the unique collectors' pieces that will be featured at World Luxury Expo.
CITE (Commercial Interiors and Trade Show Exhibits) is an eclectic home furniture and accessories showroom featuring collections of contemporary furniture from Cecchini Italy, Palau Holland, the Verner Panton lighting collection, mid-century modern collectors' pieces from Saarinen, as well as young designers from around the world.
However it is the variety of smaller collectors' pieces which draw the crowds.
Valuable collectors' pieces worth thousands of dinars are expected to be auctioned off during the event, which starts at 8.
They include some members' badges from the 1950s, which look collectors' pieces.
Recently released Cat's Meow collectors' pieces that depict the iron gates are being sold at Town Hall for $15 each to help raise money.
Mint specimens early in a series can become collectors' pieces.
Collectors' pieces up for grabs include a 1966 England Football World Cup shirt, signed and donated by Ray Wilson, and another signed England shirt from this summer's World Cup.
The three places together make up a a fictional world known as Trumptonshire and a number of collectables have been produced as gifts and collectors' pieces.