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Our cabinets are suitable for all different collectables and collections. You can store anything from Medals to Beswick or Doulton. The choice is yours. With removable and additional shelves and different sizes just pick the cabinet that best suits your collectable.

Adam Binder
Adam Binder

Aeroplane
Aeroplane

Airfix Models
Airfix Models

Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland

American Stoneware
American Stoneware

Animals
Animals

Annalee Dolls
Annalee Dolls

Art Deco
Art Deco

Artesania Rinconada
Artesania Rinconada

Arts & Crafts
Arts & Crafts

Autographs
Autographs

Bad Taste Bears
Bad Taste Bears

Badge
Badge
Collecting badges is a very popular hobby. Store them in a cabinet for that extra security and quality.

Barbie
Barbie

Batman
Batman

Beanie Babies
Beanie Babies

Beanie Buddies
Beanie Buddies

Beanie Kids
Beanie Kids

Beatrix Potter
Beatrix Potter

Beswick
Beswick
The John Beswick Pottery was established in 1894 at Loughton, Stoke-on-Trent. Initially producing tableware and ornaments, and only later in the 1930s turning to animal modelling notably for famous racehorses and champion dogs. The studio became renowned as the finest for animal figures. The studio also produced a range of whimsical figures of animals in with human expressions and in human poses.

In 1948 the company began producing characters from the Beatrix Potter story books. Then in 1952 Beswick began its Disney range with Mickey Mouse, and later in 1968 produced a series of Winnie the Pooh figures. These figures are extremely sort after today. The Royal Doulton Group bought Beswick in 1969. By the end of 2002 Royal Doulton ceased the manufacture of all Beswick products an end of an era for Staffordshire and the pottery industry. (Information thanks to the worldcollectorsnet website)


Betty Boop
Betty Boop

Birds
Birds

Blythe Dolls
Blythe Dolls

Books & Magazines
Books & Magazines

Border Fine Arts
Border Fine Arts

Bottles
Bottles

Boyds Collection
Boyds Collection

Brambly Hedge
Brambly Hedge

Breyer Horses
Breyer Horses

British Pottery
British Pottery

Broach
Broach
Collecting Broaches is a very popular hobby. Store your broach in a cabinet for that extra security and quality.

Bunnykins
Bunnykins

Burleigh Ware
Burleigh Ware

Buttons
Buttons

Cabbage Patch Dolls
Cabbage Patch Dolls

Caithness Glass
Caithness Glass

Calico Kittens
Calico Kittens

Cardew Design
Cardew Design

Carlton Ware
Carlton Ware

Carnival Glass
Carnival Glass

Cats
Cats

Charming Tails
Charming Tails

Cherished Teddies
Cherished Teddies

Coalport
Coalport
In Shropshire during the late 18th Century, with the advent of the industrial revolution and the construction of the eastern branch of the Shropshire canal, the time and location was ideal for the founding of a porcelain manufactory. Porcelain was already being made at Caughley only a few miles down river from Coalport. The site of Coalport on the Northern bank of the Severn was at the heart of industrial East Shropshire that was notable for its deposits of alluvial clay for use in the manufacture of porcelain and coal to fire the Kilns.

In 1793 John Rose and Edward Blackway established a china works at Jackfield, moving to Coalport in 1795. Coalport were innovative in their design and style in useful and domestic items as well as decorative pieces including, inkstands, scent bottles and letter racks painted and gilded exquisitely.

In 1925 'Coalport' was sold to Couldon Potteries and the factory closed in 1926. The Coalport name has changed hands several times and is now owned by Wedgwood. (Information thanks to the Richard Gardner Antiques website)


Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola

Coins
Coins

Colour Box
Colour Box

Comics
Comics

Corgi
Corgi
The Corgi brand was created by the Mettoy Company of Northampton which first started to produce colourful, pressed metal toys in the 1930s. The name Corgi (after the Welsh dog) was chosen for three reasons: first, because it was short and catchy; secondly because the models were to be produced in Swansea and thirdly because of its strong association with the Royal Family.

The first Corgi models appeared in 1956 and covered British-built saloon cars of the period. Names redolent with nostalgia including the Ford Consul, Austin Cambridge, Morris Cowley, Riley Pathfinder, Vauxhall Velox, Rover 90 and Hillman Husky were among the first to be produced. Each model sold for 3/- (15p).

Without doubt, Corgi's best known model is James Bond's gold painted Aston Martin DB5. First produced in 1965 and featuring ejector seat and front-mounted machine guns, it was an instant success earning the UK Toy of the Year Award. Priced at around 10/- (50p), by 1968 more than 3.9 million had been sold. At a recent auction, a rare gold-plated version given only to visiting VIPs to the Corgi factory made 1300. (Information thanks to the official website from Corgi)


Country Artists
Country Artists

Crested China
Crested China

Crown Staffordshire
Crown Staffordshire

Crystal Ornaments
Crystal Ornaments

Crystals
Crystals

David Winter Cottages
David Winter Cottages

Deans Bears
Deans Bears

Dept 56
Dept 56

Die-Cast
Die-Cast

Dinky Toys
Dinky Toys
Originally made in the U.K. by Meccano the first Dinky Toys cars came on the market in December of 1933, but they were not called Dinky Toys until April of 1934. Until then they where Modelled Miniatures, sold under the name of their original manufacturers, the Frank Hornby firm best known for its electric trains.

Vehicles from the 1950's and 60's are the most sought-after on the secondary market now. Many Dinkys were also manufactured in France, and since 1979, none have been produced in England. (Information thanks to the worldcollectorsnet website)


Discworld
Discworld

Disney
Disney

Disney Beanies
Disney Beanies

Disney Pins
Disney Pins

Disneyana
Disneyana

Ditchfield
Ditchfield

Doctor Who
Doctor Who

Dogs
Dogs

Dolls
Dolls

Dreamsicles
Dreamsicles

Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley

Emile Galle Glass
Emile Galle Glass

Emmett Kelly
Emmett Kelly

Enchantica
Enchantica

F1
F1

Farm Animals
Farm Animals

Fenton Art Glass
Fenton Art Glass

Film Memorabilia
Film Memorabilia

Fossils
Fossils

Furbys
Furbys

Gene Dolls
Gene Dolls

Glass
Glass

Goebel - Hummel
Goebel - Hummel

Gold
Gold

Golly
Golly

Greenwich Workshop
Greenwich Workshop

Hagen-Renaker
Hagen-Renaker

Hallmark
Hallmark

Halloween
Halloween

Handbags
Handbags

Hantel
Hantel

Harbour Lights
Harbour Lights

Harley Davidson
Harley Davidson

Harmony Kingdom
Harmony Kingdom

Harry Potter
Harry Potter

Hazle Ceramics
Hazle Ceramics

Holly Hobbie
Holly Hobbie

Hornby
Hornby

Hornsea Pottery
Hornsea Pottery

Hot Wheels
Hot Wheels
Introduced by Mattel in 1968, Hot Wheels revolutionized the die-cast market. Smaller and lighter than their British counterparts, Hot Wheels were built for speed. Kids loved the bright colours and the line was an instant hit. Until 1971, the cars sported red sidewall tires and these "Red Lines" are a favourite with collectors. (Some new models also have commemorative redlines, so study the line before purchasing.)From 1983 until '87, Goodyear produced the tires for the "Real Rider" series and their logo is on the sidewalls. Over 2 billion Hot Wheels vehicles have been produced since their inception.

In 2000, Mattel introduced the 36 "First Editions". A new wheel type appeared, brought over from the Matchbox line. In 2003, for the 35th anniversary, Mattel teamed up with Columbia Pictures to create a Hot Wheels movie. (Information thanks to the worldcollectorsnet website)


Isle of Wight Glass
Isle of Wight Glass

James Bond
James Bond

Jim Beam
Jim Beam

Jim Shore
Jim Shore

John Deere
John Deere

Just the Right Shoe
Just the Right Shoe

Kevin Francis
Kevin Francis

Kewpie Dolls
Kewpie Dolls

Kitchenalia
Kitchenalia

Krystonia
Krystonia

Lalique Glass
Lalique Glass

Lead Figurines
Lead Figurines

Lenox Classics
Lenox Classics

Lighters
Lighters

Lilliput Lane
Lilliput Lane

Lladro
Lladro

Lledo
Lledo
Lledo was started in 1982 when Jack Odell (who was the ex-president of Matchbox) along with Bert Russell set up a new diecast model company which they named Lledo. The name 'Lledo' came from Jack Odell's war days when he was based in the African desert. In order that he wouldn't forget his wireless call sign, he reversed his surname and hence became known as 'Lledo'.

Since 1999 the Lledo factory in Enfield, England has ceased producing Lledo models and the new owners, Corgi, now manafacturer Lledo models in China. Because of this the earlier models that we, LledoModels.com sell are often more sought after on the collectors market. (Information thanks to the lledomodels.com website)


Lomonosov Porcelain
Lomonosov Porcelain

Longaberger Baskets
Longaberger Baskets

Lord of the Rings
Lord of the Rings

Lorna Bailey
Lorna Bailey

Mabel Lucie Attwell
Mabel Lucie Attwell

Madame Alexander
Madame Alexander

Maisto
Maisto

Marbles
Marbles

Marie Osmond Dolls
Marie Osmond Dolls

Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe

Mary's Moo Moos
Mary's Moo Moos

Matchbox
Matchbox
Matchbox Miniatures debuted in 1953. The British manufacturer, Lesney, didn't start putting dates on the base plates of models until the early 70's, and in 1982 the Lesney trademark was dropped. These help to date early pieces. In 1988, the company started to re-issue replicas of early models, so a careful study is recommended before purchasing older vehicles.

Matchbox has not fared as well on the secondary market as Dinky, probably because at their high point Lesney was churning out five million cars a week. (Information thanks to the worldcollectorsnet website)


Mats Jonasson
Mats Jonasson

Mauchline Ware
Mauchline Ware

McDonalds
McDonalds

Me To You
Me To You

Medal
Medal
Collecting Medals is a very popular hobby. Store your Medals in a cabinet for that extra security and quality.

Mickey Mouse
Mickey Mouse

Minatures
Minatures

Minichamps
Minichamps
Minichamps is a die-cast car producer founded as Paul's Model Art GmbH in 1990 in Germany. The company officially changed its name to Minichamps GmbH in 1996. It produces die-cast models of the following categories: Formula 1, Racing cars, Street Cars, Motorcycles, Trucks & Buses, Military vehicles. The excellent quality of Minichamps' die-cast models has been appreciated by the car manufacturers many of whom, like Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and BMW, have entrusted Minichamps with the production of official car replicas, and by the model car collectors. In fact some of their 1/43 scale models are some of the most sought after and most expensive die-cast cars. Maybe the best example is the McLaren F1 GTR West Promotion model made by Minichamps as a promo for the West cigarette company and which trades for well over $1000 on ebay.

A small line of 1:64 models was introduced, but later discontinued. The line was called "Micro Champs" and included a series "Michael Schumacher", "McLaren", but were sold separately as well. Series can be divided also into "DTM", "Formula 1", "Indycar" and well.. the rest. (Information thanks to the Wikipedia website)


Model Car
Model Car

Moorcroft
Moorcroft

Motto Ware
Motto Ware

My Little Pony
My Little Pony

Myth & Magic
Myth & Magic

NAO Porcelain
NAO Porcelain

NASCAR
NASCAR

Netsuke
Netsuke

Nightmare Before
Nightmare Before

Paddington Bear
Paddington Bear

Paperweights
Paperweights

Pendelfin
Pendelfin

Pewter
Pewter

PEZ
PEZ

Piggin'
Piggin'

Planes
Planes

Plates
Plates

Playing Cards
Playing Cards

Pocket Dragons
Pocket Dragons

Pokemon
Pokemon

Poole Pottery
Poole Pottery

Portmeirion Pottery
Portmeirion Pottery

Postcards
Postcards

Precious Moments
Precious Moments

Pretty As A Picture
Pretty As A Picture

R John Wright
R John Wright

Race Cars
Race Cars

Radko Ornaments
Radko Ornaments

Railways
Railways

Robert Harrop
Robert Harrop

Robert Tonner Dolls
Robert Tonner Dolls

Rock and Pop
Rock and Pop

Royal Copenhagen
Royal Copenhagen

Royal Crown Derby
Royal Crown Derby

Royal Doulton
Royal Doulton
Royal Doulton is a classic English brand name in tableware and ceramics with a pedigree dating back to 1815.

Naturally, during its long history Royal Doulton has been associated with a number of other key brands. Minton effectively merged with Royal Doulton in 1968, while Royal Albert, as a part of Allied English Potteries, joined when Royal Doulton merged with AEP in 1971. Since then, the business has combined the current three main brands under a shared identity: Royal Doulton, Royal Albert, and Minton. Now, fine bone china, fine china and Lambethware are the hallmarks of quality from Royal Doulton, alongside a host of tableware and other products from the core brands, such as Old Country Roses by Royal Albert, and Haddon Hall by Minton.

Today, Royal Doulton is not only one of the world's oldest chinaware companies, it is also one of the most up to date. Royal Doulton continues to build on its rich heritage with a state-of-the-art production facility in Indonesia and an ongoing rollout of international e-tailing sites. (Information thanks to the official website from Royal Doulton)


Royal Worcester
Royal Worcester

Rupert Bear
Rupert Bear

Sally Tuffin
Sally Tuffin

San Francisco Music
San Francisco Music

Sasha Dolls
Sasha Dolls

Scale Models
Scale Models

Scent Bottles
Scent Bottles

Schmid
Schmid

Seraphim Classics
Seraphim Classics

Shot Glasses
Shot Glasses

Silver
Silver
Collecting Silver is a very popular hobby. Store your Silver in a cabinet for that extra security and quality.

Sindy
Sindy

Smurfs
Smurfs

Snowbabies
Snowbabies

Sports Collectibles
Sports Collectibles

Stamp Collecting
Stamp Collecting

Star Wars
Star Wars

Steiff
Steiff

Stones
Stones

Sunglasses
Sunglasses

Swarovski
Swarovski

Swatch
Swatch

Sylvac
Sylvac

Szeiler
Szeiler

Teapots
Teapots

Teddy Bears
Teddy Bears

Tender Tails
Tender Tails

The Beatles
The Beatles

The Snowman
The Snowman

Thimble
Thimble
Thimbles were probably unnecessary before the introduction of textiles, because people wore skins joined together by thongs passed through holes punched in the leather. Once textiles and thread came into being, thimbles were needed as it was difficult to push an unpolished needle through thick fabric - fingers had to be protected.

Commemorative collectors will find that all the major events, and many minor ones too, are depicted on thimbles, and so are ideal for adding to a collection. Recent events commemorated include the Queen's 50th wedding anniversary, the 1999 eclipse, the liberation of Kuwait, the birth of Prince William and the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Many museums sell replicas of old thimbles, and this is a good way of assembling those rare medieval, Tudor or Roman kinds which would otherwise be very expensive.


Thomas Kinkade
Thomas Kinkade

Tiny Tears
Tiny Tears

Toby & Character Jugs
Toby & Character Jugs

Trader
Trader
Show your collectables in one of our trader cabinets, it will imrpove the look and security of your collection.

Trail of Painted Ponies
Trail of Painted Ponies

Treen
Treen

Trophies
Trophies

Tunbridge Ware
Tunbridge Ware

Tuskers
Tuskers

Ty Attic
Ty Attic

Vesta Cases
Vesta Cases

Vintage Cars
Vintage Cars

Vintage Jewellery
Vintage Jewellery

Wade
Wade
The origins of George Wade Pottery began in 1810 in Burslem, England with a small workshop and a single pottery oven. During this early time, mostly bottles and related pottery items were produced. In the early 19th century, production gave way to the more profitable textile mills specialized ceramics needs. George Wade Pottery continued to produce these textile ceramics along with some industrial ceramic items until a new line was developed in 1927.

Over the years, Wade has produced several hundred of these solid porcelain mini figurines in dozens of different sets. The many ranges include dogs, cats, birds, snow animals, pets, wildlife, farm animals, dinosaurs, nursery rhyme figures, circus figures, miniature houses, leprechauns, monks and even Disney animals. All these figures are highly collectable and some are very valuable as they are becoming more scarce. (Information thanks to the wadewhimsies.com website)


Walt Disney Classics
Walt Disney Classics

Warhammer
Warhammer
The first edition of Warhammer Fantasy Battles was released by Games Workshop in the Spring of 1983. Prior to this release, the company dealt primarily with the importing of American Role-playing games, as well as support and review of gaming products through their periodical, White Dwarf. With the release of the third edition of the game in 1987 (as well as Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay the year before) the game moved from merely a set of wargame rules into a full-fledged fantasy setting.

In 1992 the fourth edition of the game was released, marking a newer era of greater mass-market appeal. Four years later the fifth edition upgraded both rules and miniatures, but did not fully replace core game mechanics, as previous editions had.

Warhammer Fantasy Battles is currently in its sixth edition (released in 2000), a change that dropped the card-based supplemental rules of the previous two editions, as well marked a shift toward balance-oriented tournament play. Re-releasing of old armybooks, beginning in 2006 with Warhammer Armies: Dwarves, has begun a new "rules recycling". A new edition is confirmed to be released in Autumn 2006. Various theories concerning its likely shape are being bandied about on many online Warhammer forums. The new edition is considered by many players to very likely be a minor upgrade of the sixth edition rules - fixing major causes for complaint, such as the magic system, and re-wording rules to make them more comprehensible. (Information thanks to the Wikipedia website)


Warner Bros
Warner Bros

Wedgwood
Wedgwood

Winnie the Pooh
Winnie the Pooh

Wizard of Oz
Wizard of Oz

Wizards & Dragons
Wizards & Dragons

Wooden Boxes
Wooden Boxes

Zwergnase
Zwergnase


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