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Thanksgiving Collectibles anyone?

In an online article, Barbara Crews made an observation about Thanksgiving Collectibles: "Thanksgiving tends to get overlooked a bit as it's sandwiched between Halloween and the Christmas holidays. There are things to buy and collect for Thanksgiving, you just have to look a little harder to find them.

Look for Pilgrim dolls, cornucopias, and fall pieces from Fitz and Floyd. If you're lucky enough to live near a Cracker Barrel restaurant, check out their Thanksgiving goodies. A great pilgrim cookie jar, a cornucopia and a fun set of salt and peppers."

Precious Moments offers a Thanksgiving Village!


What about vintage Thanksgiving postcards?

Pam shared some photos on the opening Vintage Holiday Collectibles comment wall of some fun harvest arrangements. Check them out!

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Greg,
These wax Thanksgiving collectibles are great! I'm sure I must have had some of these before my candle collection melt down in Texas in the 1970's!

I clicked on a few of your links - way interesting! Thanks for sharing!

Time to renew this discussion on Thanksgiving Collectibles! What's in your store or personal collection?

The perfect guide to collecting Thanksgiving and Turkey Collectibles!

Description: "Thanksgiving, the quintessential American holiday, is a time to rethink the values on which the United States was founded. Here it is presented through nearly 900 photos depicting 3,400 diverse images. Ranging from the nineteenth century to the present day, this comprehensive assortment includes platters, plates, decorations, postcards, candy containers, decanters, toys, turkey calls, and more.

The turkey itself is exhaustively portrayed in ceramic, glass, pottery, paper, and wood. Also featured are items related to special Thanksgiving Day events, such as football games, parades, and "turkey trots." Informative captions serve as miniature history lessons and also provide current values.

This book is the first of its kind and will be the ultimate reference for all who treasure the deep traditions of this cherished holiday."

Love this primitive "harvest" folk art - Pilgrim Couple Set!

Williraye Studios

Darling. 

Love these vintage Thanksgiving molds!

Good Scents Vintage Treasures

Posting this in Vintage Cottage Discussion: Vintage Kitchen Collectibles in Vintage Cottage Kitchen!

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