20 Amazing Bizarre Collections
Some of the strangest collections I’ve found around the net.
Almost all of us collect some kind of articles for some reason. It is a fun time spending and we love to show them to others that share the same interest.
Stamps, coins, postcards or books are perhaps, the most usual collections, but there is people that begin to collect some incredible things that the majority of us would never think about.
Here are some of the strangest collections I’ve found around the net.
There are a lot of blog posts about this same subject so I tried not to include the same collections and you can find some of those blog links at the end of this article.
apart from the original Rubik’s cube, there are many of its varieties including the twisty puzzles like tetrahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedrons!
This preamble to the constitution of the USA was created in 1987 with vanity license plates from all 50 states and Washington DC, and is currently housed in the Smithsonian.
an impressive collection of nests from all around the world. He started his latest collection in 2000, and has since acquired impressive wasp nests which he proudly displays in his home. Most of them were bought online, for prices ranging from $10 to $200.
Some have been worn by royalty, others are the smallest in the world, but they are all unique and historically important
a haven of Victorian taxidermy in Dorchester, Dorset
Arthur, 52, began his bizarre collection in 1994 and has now set up his own Postal Museum in the back garden of his home in Binfield, Isle of Wight.
Mr Elliott’s collection contains more than 1,000 meteorites
there are hundreds of gnomes, side by side, all with equally dopey expressions on their faces and accompanied by a second fixation, caterpillar soft toys.
Saginaw dentist Dr. Val Kolpakov may have the world’s most unusual collection of toothpastes. Some are whiskey-flavored, some taste like curry and others like bamboo. One dates to World War II and is made with a radioactive compound.
Dr Darren Martin, 40, has amassed almost 400 crab-branded items – including toys, puzzles and mugs – over the last 15 years
features around 450 specimens of around 80 species of marine wildlife
over the past 50 years Mike Acres managed to amass a collection of 700 chainsaws
Assembled from the parts of assorted animals, such literally incredible creatures were called “gaffs” because they served to hook the public to “come on in” to see what was on the inside of the carnival tent.
a thief in law had a huge collection of supercars such as Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari, Rolls-Royce Phantom and many others. All his collection is priced at approximately 6 million US dollars.
Also classically known as the DEAD ZOO. Established in Rio Vista California in 1931 by William (Bill) Foster designed to be a trophy haven where the public could view the animals of the world.
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