For all of those "other" collectibles and memorabilia, this page was created. Below you will find those one-of-a-kind items that could not otherwise be categorized into one of the other groups found on this web. However, they are all significant collectibles in their own right, and deserving of a spot on this Collectors Showcase.
This magnet was handmade in Seattle by
Morris Magnets. It measures approximately 6" wide, by
3.5" high. It's a picture embedded in 1/4" of lucite,
with a full magnet on the back. It's a nice piece.
Manufactured in 1986 by the
Holes-Webway company of St. Cloud, MI, this 4x6 memo board is
designed for write-on, wipe-off messaging - with a Stooges kinda
This series of
four keychains were produced by the "Button-Up" company
of Troy, Michigan. They were made in 1985. They have a snap out
metal key holder, and feature these four images of the Stooges -
on both front and back of the keychain.
This is an Air Freshener - you know the
kind you hang from your rear view mirror in the car. It was
produced in 1990 by the Merlenn corp., and is part of their
Hollywood Legends series. They measure approximately 3" by
5", and have the standard "Pine" car freshener
scent. The design, classic and nostalgic, will freshen your
memories while the fragrance will freshen the air.
1980 (in Taiwan), these are "Three Dimensional" Three
Stooges Stickers. There are 24 unique stickers in all - packaged
in six short packs, or three long packs. The images feature Moe,
Larry, and Curly as the third Stooge. There are 18 solo stickers
of the boys, and 6 with the three of them together. They are very
colorful, and the artwork is quite comical.
For those who like to "Flick Their
Bic", this is the perfect collectible. This Bic lighter has
images of Moe, Larry and Curly on the side. Not sure when it was
produced, but it was purchased in 1991, so it would have to have
been produced sometime earlier (late 80's perhaps).
This one wasn't exactly produced by the
United States Government, but then again, there are a few stooges
in that organization after all! Anyway, some creative soul
overlayed the original picture of this $1.00 bill with that of
the Stooges. A reasonably good job, but I wouldn't try to spend
While on the subject of money, the
Beverly Hills Mint produced these "Funny Money"
notepads, with Larry, Moe, and Curly on the faces of a $20, $50,
and $100 bills. This was produced in 1987.
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