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Souvenir Buildings for Sale
Studio - Constantin Boym's online catalogue of his
'Buildings of Disaster' and 'Missing Monuments' series, miniature replicas that assume new and different
Buildings suitable for presentation, awards, dedications, gifts and collections.
Related Clubs and
National Novelty Salt and Pepper
Shakers Club - Provides services and education to those
interested in the history and collecting of novelty and figural salt and pepper shakers.
Still Bank Collectors Club Of
America - Organization of interesting members working together to expand the
availability and knowledge of still banks.
More Sites of Interest
Building Collector blog is a source for both new and
established souvenir building collectors. A ‘building community’ where collectors share information and
knowledge about collecting and architecture. There’s so much information out there and now it can all be in
one place and updated frequently.
Replica Buildings blog is run by InFocusTech and
highlights the past , present and future of the company's souvenir replica
National Building Museum
- America's premier institution dedicated to exploring and celebrating architecture, design,
engineering, construction, and urban planning.
Canadian Centre for Architecture
- A museum and study centre devoted to international architecture.
The Ace Collection
- The official website of Ace Architects, Oakland, California. It features souvenir
buildings as well as full size ones!
- Extensive reference site for collectors of all sorts, listing collector clubs, show
dates, convention news, etc.
The Great Buildings
Collection - An amazing resource for images and information relating to
architecture of all eras and styles. Straightforward and easy to use.
Join the world's largest on-line collecting community at www.collectorcafe.com
KLM & Royal Goedewaagen
buildings - The web site is in
Dutch, use Google's translation
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