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antiquarian

adjective

relating to the study, collection, or sale of historical objects, especially old and rare books

antiquarian

noun

someone who studies, collects, or sells old books and other historical objects

antique

noun

an old object such as a piece of furniture or jewelry that is valuable because it is rare, beautiful, or well made

antiquity

noun

an object or building that existed in ancient times and still exists

artefact

another spelling of artifact

artifact

noun

a tool or other object that was made a very long time ago

collectible

noun

an object that is valuable because people want to own it

collection

noun

interesting or valuable objects that someone collects

collector

noun

someone who collects things for fun

collector’s item

noun

a rare or valuable object that collectors want to own

keeper

noun

Americaninformal someone or something that you feel has value and should be kept

memorabilia

noun

objects that you collect because they belonged to someone famous or are connected with something that interests you

oral history

noun

the collection of recorded interviews with people about the past

relic

noun

an object from the past that has been kept

save

verb

to collect a set of things and keep them for a particular purpose

silver

noun

attractive objects, dishes, etc. made from silver that people collect

trading card

noun

a small card with a picture on it, for example a picture of a famous person, that people collect

treasure

noun

a valuable object, especially a piece of art or a historical object

treasure trove

noun

a collection of valuable, interesting, or useful things

Victoriana

noun

objects from the Victorian period that people collect

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