Ephemera is a relatively new area of collecting, and the definition is still under some discussion. The current generally accepted definition is the collecting of any man made paper object that is created with no intention of permanence. If it is made of paper, and most people would throw it away after use, then it is ephemera. Examples include newspapers, outdated maps, and old letters. Some items in this category border on the deliberately collectible, such as postcards.
Original UK national daily newspapers from 1847 to the present.
Offers a variety of categories including periodicals, labels, prints, photography, and documents. Also offers advertising, tins, and packaging.
General stock of picture postcards with a specialisation in A. R. Quinton. Also postage stamps and telephone cards.
Dealer in postcards, phonecards, cigarette cards, blazer badges, banknotes, and stamps.
Old postcards, photographs, and postcard collector books.
Offers a range of ephemera including luggage labels, packaging, card games and phone cards.
Catalogues of etchings and maps indexed by artist.
Offers original deeds, leases, and wills dated 1580-1900.
Sells original archive copies of the Times and other UK national broadsheets.
Offers magazines, posters, advertisements and covers.
History, lore, collection, manufacture, design, plus sale and purchase of antique and collectable playing cards.
Offers a selection of First World War military postcards including real photo, regiments, patriotic, and silks. Also offers reproductions.
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