- capable of being collected.
Origin of collectible
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Examples from the Web for collectable
The collectable coffee table book will also include interviews with Clive Davis, Sandy Gallin, and Tom Ford.Anna Wintour Sat Second Row at Valentino; Studio 54 Founder to Release Book
The Fashion Beast Team
March 4, 2014
Less was not collectable by law, but was not a punishable offence.Usury
The collectable curios in metal include many which cannot be classified.Chats on Old Copper and Brass
Fred. W. Burgess
Match boxes are collectable, and collectors of fire-making and lighting contrivances often include a few old matches.
Some similar calendars in tiny leather bindings, beautifully tooled and ornamented in gold, are also collectable.
The table appointments are among the collectable curios of the library, and prominent among these is the inkstand.
- (of antiques, objets d'art, etc) of interest to a collector
- any object regarded as being of interest to a collector
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Word Origin and History for collectable
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