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Travel back to the 1960s in this week’s Shelf Porn

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Wow! Very impressive collection(s). Thanks for sharing it.

a very unique and impressive collection espically that denis the menace stuff and even fred flintstone lamp never knew the thing got made

Somehow – even with all that memorabilia – it doesn’t looked cluttered. It’s a great collection. Hats off to you sir.

kaitlyn dixon

May 24, 2014 at 2:26 pm

nice collection dad I love you and your stuff and even the thrush we bought in the states togther

Oh my God. I… I want to visit this collection.

This is just ridiculous! What kind of grown man has a….OH MY GOD….HE HAS THE PATTY DUKE BOARD GAME!!!! :)

Seriously, great collection. I didn’t know about that Outer Limits board game.

Exquisite. Just utterly exquisite. “Museum” is well and truly the right term for your downstairs area – I’d be only too happy to pay an admission fee and wander through.

Man… they certainly had a different way in treating thrush back in the sixties.

Nice collection.

This is insane! I could look at this for hours!!

like I have said Bruce grate job well done you opened my eyes and brought the young in all of us back, thanks bruce Ben

It’s about time, it’s about space, it’s about two men in the strangest place.
Ah, the memories.

I think they call this “hoarding”

it is INDEED an awesome collection, but yes, it does seem excessive for a private collector. I hope he has some awesome rider on his house insurance.

@Sam: I think they call that “trolling”.

An Incredible collection that not even the name “shelf porn” could diminish!

Good idea to lock up the good stuff. Anything from Six Million Dollar Man?

Simply an astounding collection – well done. You even dislodged Touche Turtle from the depths of my memory – it would’ve been lost forever!

I want to play that “I Spy” board game. Just to say that I played it. That collection is AMAZING!!!

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Chillisaucesalad

May 25, 2014 at 1:27 am

Truly amazing, bought back loads of memories, unique pieces collected from the heart.

Is that an ‘On The Buses’ board game hidden away on the top self there?!? Jesus Joanie what a collection; one of the most fantastic, incredible absolutely bonkers collections I’ve ever seen!

Incredible collection!! Love the glass cases. I bet that cuts down on dust?

Very amazing collection. Thanks for sharing it with us!

Wow. What an amazing collection!

This collection is just great. I have not seen anything like that before. It is a true treasure, which I hope will prevail for the future generations. I’m going to google whether it is possible to visit his museum, because I would love to refresh my memories with something that is of superior quality (i.e. not like the last Captain America movie.

I have never seen most of that stuff in my life. Really great stuff.

Wow, what a collection. Many thanks for posting it. I’ll admit some of it I wouldn’t collect myself, but the vast majority, yes please. If I ever come into money, I’d love to emulate it. Drool… Memories flooding back. Oh to be a child of the cold War wasn’t all bad was it?

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