When my wife and I began collecting vintage Halloween collectibles over a decade ago our aim was to collect only the finest absolute rarest and elusive examples. Today our collection is a reflection of those high standards we stayed true to. The photos depicted on this site, including the scrolling parallax images, are authentic vintage Halloween collectibles exclusively from our collection either past or present unless otherwise noted. Excerpts from our long-established personal vintage Halloween collection representing the high watermark of condition and rarity. Reed Company Beach Products, Inc. A site for the discriminating collector of vintage Halloween collectible memorabilia.
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A Halloween card is a greeting card associated with Halloween. The concept originated in the s United States , experiencing a peak of popularity there in the early s. Until the advent of the common home telephone , Halloween cards occupied a role similar to Christmas cards and birthday cards. Today, many cards from the popular designers of the period are sought after as memorabilia. An early reference to a Halloween card is made in volume 4 of Ingall's Home and Art Magazine published in , in which a sample design is depicted in the article Domestic Helps for the Home by Laura Willis Lathrop. The popularity of Halloween cards rivaled that of Christmas cards until about , by which time telephones were common household items and began supplanting the use of greeting cards. Of the over 3, cards produced in the United States during this period, many depicted themes common to the modern tradition, including witches , pumpkins , and goblins.
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Note: This article may feature affiliate links to Amazon or other companies, and purchases made via these links may earn us a small commission at no additional cost to you. Find out more here. Black cats have been arching their backs, witches have been soaring on brooms, and ghosts have been haunting on Halloween for many, many years. Many of the customs we continue in some form today date back to those old days.