4 Gift Ideas for Your Friend Who Loves Collecting

We all have people in our lives that are known for their grand collections of things: records, crystals, figurines, and the like. Collectors take such pride in all their pieces that it sometimes can be difficult to measure up to their standards and find the perfect thing for them. Below are the top suggestions for gifting to collectors to help you get started.

A Chic Coin Cabinet

People have been collecting coins for ages now, but that doesn’t mean it has to look like it. It’s likely they have the typical blue fabric-lined briefcase type of situation holding their valuables when they could have something much more modern. This elegant seven-drawered cabinet case has a beautiful exterior that fits every style and that they’ll want to show off along with all the coins it holds.

Revive Their Vinyl’s

Even though there aren’t tons of records in production today, it is still an immensely popular collectible item. And what do people love almost as much as their own collections? Taking care of them. This record cleaning kit will allow your vinyl-enthusiast to continue to find the music they love, and keep it for longer than ever anticipated.

A New-Release Figurine

This collector probably already has their favorite squad set up for display, but you can find the one they don’t have yet on websites like Ukiyo Kumo. Find a figurine supplier with a huge selection of manga figurines to find something your friend might not have yet. 

For the “Just One More Rock” Collector

The rock collectors of the world are a unique bunch, and every stone will have a personal connection and story that goes along with it. With this gorgeous, geometric display shelf, it can be even easier for them to share their love of a quality gemstone. It has different sized facets for all shapes and sizes, as well as a design that is a perfect addition to one’s home d├ęcor.

Hopefully this list can guide you toward your ultimate decision or inspire you to find that perfect gift for the collector in your circle whether their collectible of choice was named or not. Display cases, cleaning kits, and new items are always great ideas no matter what the collection entails. The only thing left to do now is shopping, and who knows, maybe you’ll find something that sparks your eye, too.

About the author:

Emma is a freelance writer based out of Boston, MA. She writes most often on health and education. When not writing, she enjoys reading and watching film noir. Say hi on Twitter @EmmaSturgis2

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