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What kind of collection do you do?

Postby WilliamBauset08 » Fri Feb 20, 2009 5:50 pm

I was wondering what kind of collection do you do? like CD's, Records, DVD's, Games, Action figure, posters etc....

Well as for me im doing a collection of my favorite band of Rhapsody (metal bands)also other bands. I own all their album, vinyl records, limited editions and digibook edition;) here's the list and i have a video:)

Rhapsody.

Album:
Legendary Tales
Symphony Of Enchanted Lands
Dawn Of Victory
Power Of The Dragonflame
Rain Of A Thousand Flames
Symphony Of Enchanted Lands Part 2 - The Dark Secret
Live In Canada The Dark Secret Tour
Triumph Or Agony

Limited Edition:
Dawn Of Victory (2x) Long Book Edition
Power Of The Dragonflame DVD Limited Edition
Symphony Of Enchanted Lands Part 2 DVD Digibook Edition

Bootlegs:
Live In Chile 2001
Live In Madrid 2000 with Stratovarius
Live In Japan,Kswasaki The Power Of The Dragonflame Tour
Old Battle Song

Russian Edition:
Symphony Of Enchanted Lands/Emerald Sword
Dawn Of Victory/Holy Thunderforce
Power Of The Dragonflame
Rain Of A Thousand Flames

Picture Vinyl Edition:
Symphony Of Enchanted Lands
Emerald Sword
Dawn Of Victory
Power Of The Dragonflame(2x)
Rain Of A Thousand Flames

Compilation:
Tales From The Emerald Sword Saga Normal Edition
Louder Than The Dragon: The Essensial Of Limb Product

Poster:
Rain Of A Thousand Flames Promo AD
Power Of The Dragonflame
Rain Of A Thousand Flames Huge Poster
Prophet Of The Last Eclipse
Dawn Of Victory

Luca Turilli
Album:
King Of The Nordic Twilight
Prophet Of The Last Eclipse
The Infinite Wonders Of Creation

Singles:
The Ancient Forest Of Elves
Demonheart

Russian Edition:
Prophet Of The Last Eclipse/Demonheart
King Of The Nordic Twilight/The Ancient Forest Of Elves

Picture Vinyl:
The Ancient Forest Of Elves
King Of The Nordic Twilight
Prophet Of The Last Eclipse

Nightwish:

Albums:
Angel Fall First
Oceanborn
Wishmaster
Once
Century Child

Limited Edition:
Dark Passion Play
Once
End Of An Era with dvd and CD

Picture Vinyl:
Once double vinyl

Poster Flags:
Once world tour 2005
Century Child
Wishmaster

Blind Guardian:

Picture Vinyl:
Fly Limited Edition

Poster Flags:
A Twist In The Mist

here's the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0DtWfSOjCk

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Postby Disney Dood » Fri Feb 20, 2009 5:55 pm

I don't really collect anything, but in the future I want to collect guitars and vintage movie posters. Then I can have a guitar room with the walls lined with the posters.

It's gonna be pretty sweet.

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Postby ebl » Fri Feb 20, 2009 6:44 pm

Coins, theme park maps/brochures, and dust. But not necessarily in that order...

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Postby printersdevil78 » Fri Feb 20, 2009 7:00 pm

I've collected things ever since I can remember (I come by it naturally--my dad has amazing collections of everything from pre-Civil War currency to 1950s toys in their original packaging). Among my collections are comic books, non-sports cards and wrappers, Maryland amusement park ephemera, 20th century U.S. World's Fair pieces, Disney park-used items, matchbooks, Baltimore Orioles memorabilia, sports and entertainment autographs, 1970s/'80s movie posters, Superman paraphernalia, vintage TV Guides and MAD magazines.

I also have a collection of oddities including pieces of the Berlin wall, a serving fork from the Kremlin, a string of ancient Egyptian mummy beads, carved masks from the Bahamas and Indonesia, and a piece of coal from the Titanic.

Come to think of it, about the only thing I can't seem to amass a collection of is money!

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Postby TheHulk » Fri Feb 20, 2009 9:27 pm

At the moment I'm working on collecting matchbox airplanes. (Yea, toys if you if you want to consider them that. :P ) I've got 11 so far, and I'll probablt get more in the coming week or so. On another note, I've got quite a few 007 things, not really a collection, just a lot of stuff. Lol. I might post pictures of the planes later on.
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Postby Speeddeamon128 » Fri Feb 20, 2009 9:46 pm

I own all 11 South Park Season DVDs, I collect anything amusement park related, also I have a bunch of Super Mario games. I also have all of the Harry Potter books & DVDs. My amusement park collection is the bigest & includes park maps, shot glasses, pennies, hats, shirts, & coaster pieces to Silver Comet & SFA's SLC. That's about it.
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Postby onewheeled999 » Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:28 pm

I used to collect those Lego Bionicle things. Those were awesome back in the day, now they're all about the weapons that are attached to their hands...
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Postby Yankee cannonball » Fri Feb 20, 2009 11:19 pm

^I loved bionicles! those things were amazing! Also I collect hats. It wasn't originally a collection, but I just got a lot of them. I have a red sox and a zildjian baseball cap, an american eagle beanie (no I'm not prep), a nike beanie, and a screamer beanie with a brim. I just need a headphone beanie and a fedora and my collection will be complete. I can post some pics later.

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Postby gerd.muller » Sat Feb 21, 2009 4:14 am

I´m collecting model-Porsches, most of them from"Revell" or "Bburago" in scale 1:18,
Then I´ve a big collection of Menus from well known restaurants, most of them signed by their chefs (one of them is signed by G.Ramsay when my wife and me went for a second Honeymoon and had dinner at the "Gordon Ramsay at Claridge´s in London, another one is signed by Paul Bocuse).
And last year I got a collection of swiss Chronometer-watches from my grandpa, who passed away. To bad they are a little bit to expensive to keep on collecting them.
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Postby AllenA07 » Sat Feb 21, 2009 8:45 am

As a teenager I used to collect sports cards. I've got (roughly) 15,000 hockey cards, and another 10,000 baseball cards. I've got another 2000 or so random cards (football and some Nascar). So needless to say it is a very large collection.

Today I'm collecting historical items. As of right now I've got about 30 or so World War II medals (all authentic, I don't buy replicas of anything) and newspaper from the day World War I ended. My current project is to collect rounds from every American war. So far the only war I've got them from is the Civil War, and for the last year I've been trying to get rounds from the war of 1812. Lesser known wars like 1812 are actually very difficult to find rounds from, so I'm hoping eventually I can find some.

The prized item I want? I've been shopping a revolutionary era musket for the last 5 years.
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