The Rare Collections Returns to Buchanan Market Antique and Collectibles Show February 18, 2011

Dallas, TX, February 18, 2012 --( The Rare Collections returns with a new exhibit of memorabilia, collectibles, fine art photography, vintage rare and unique items for sale at Buchanan Market Antique and Collectibles show located at Lake Pointe Shopping Center 2460 S. Stemmons (I-35) Frwy, Exit 448, Lewisville, TX 75067

“We’re bringing some pieces just on the market from our new sports memorabilia collection, some antique dolls, pillboxes, tins and as usual, we have new items from our music memorabilia collection including tour guitar picks, backstage pass and concert T-shirts, autographs and hundreds of vintage records from The Doors, The Beatles, Elvis, Van Halen, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn and many more,” said Andrew Kirby, Executive Producer of The Rare Collections.

For more than 30 years, "Buchanans" has been a southwest tradition, featuring the largest selection of quality antiques and collectibles for both the serious collector and amateur decorator. Each month hundreds of dealers from across the United States sell treasures and hard-to-find items such as furniture, glassware, pottery, china, books, quilts, shabby chic, collectible toys, clocks, artwork, memorabilia, vintage clothing and much more.

This monthly market originated in January 1995 and has grown to be one of the finest and most respected antique and collectible markets in the United States. Featuring more than 85,000 square feet filled with antiques and collectibles dealers from across the United States and Europe, this market is visited by thousands of eager-to-buy customers and collectors each month. Many people travel to the Dallas area from around the country to attend the show.

The Rare Collections is where top collectors turn to archive, preserve, appraise and disperse their most prized pieces of pop culture and rock-n-roll memorabilia. We help collectors tell the stories behind each treasure, understand its importance in history and decide how best to preserve its legacy or realize its value. For more information, call 972-638-RARE (7273). Media contact Kate Kirby at 714-716-7655 or

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