Written By: Greg Howell - Feb• 22•14


23561419_142885199769154_7352527187897999882_nThis seasonal gift item became an overnight icon when I Dream of Jeannie used it to create a genie bottle. These days, this bottle will cost you a hundred bucks. Also, there are replicas that are sold of all the Jeannie bottles for around $300 – $500 bucks! Just Google Jeannie bottles!

I Dream of Jeannie ran from 1965-1970, and became popular in reruns thanks to all its colorful decor, the gorgeous, talented Barbara Eden, and the comedic genius of Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, and Hayden Rorke.

ICONIC COLLECTIBLES! Davy Crockett merchandise, 1954-1955

Beginning in 1954-1955, Walt Disney unleashed a plethora of Davy Crockett merchandise, based on their popular series of specials aired on the tremendously popular ABC series “Disneyland.” This series was a promotional tool for Walt’s upcoming Disneyland park in California. Rare and collectIble merchandise includes the DAVY CROCKETT DOLL. 1950’s vintage. hard plastic. NO RIFLE. 8″tall with hat and pouch with illustrated box. (current price $300) as well as many other rare items like the Davy Crockett hat, lunchbox, and toybox filled with an assortment of items! The series also spawned 4 hit records, “The Ballad of Davy Crockett”, that sold over 10 million copies. Davy Crockett merchandise from 1955 is among the most collectible of all TV shows and stars!23517461_142346776489663_6260192445376819803_n






ICONIC COLLECTIBLES: The Farrah Fawcett-Majors Poster, 1976
Over 6 million of these have sold since the original release during the first season of Charlie’s Angels. Is it the most iconic TV ephemera ever mass produced? Many would argue, yes it is, without a doubt.23517695_142333629824311_4669610760241908133_n

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