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Vintage Ephemera, Handbag and Transistor Radio Today! Link to Rose’s Sundries on eBay for bids.
It seems to me that much of the most highly collected Halloween items of the past could be classed as ephemera because it was designed to be used and then thrown away. Or it was made of materials that deteriorated … Continue reading
Hallmark Party Centerpiece and 4 Chrome Postcards listing today Link to My eBay Store to view and bid.
Craft Masters Mosaic Kit…Cookie Press…Casino Ephemera Link to My eBay Store to view and bid.
Homart Bullet Flashlight…Mother Goose Sticker Book Link to My eBay Store to view and bid.
I’ve been thinking about ephemera lately as I’ve posted several items recently and have a few more to post soon. And it has been awhile since I created a slideshow. I thought I’d create a slideshow of ephemera items. So….can … Continue reading
You find them in stacks of old postcards everywhere–the motel/hotel postcard. They were usually given away free to overnight guests and were a great way for the innkeeper to advertise. But today they are a history of the great motels … Continue reading
I’ve been reading up on ephemera on the net and the reasons that people collect ephemera are as varied as the categories that the Ephemera Society of America lists on their website. You have the specific collectors that everyone knows … Continue reading
Three answers: 1. ephem·era Pronunciation: \i-ˈfe-mər-ə, -ˈfem-rə\ Function: noun Inflected Form(s): plural ephemera also ephem·er·ae \-mər-ē, -rē\ or ephemeras Etymology: New Latin, from Greek ephēmera, neuter plural of ephēmeros Date: 1650 1: something of no lasting significance —usually used in … Continue reading