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Birthday party legend, the Colin the Caterpillar cake, is also celebrated in miniature along with a collectable Chicken Tikka Masala, marking M&S' introduction of the first ever chilled ready meal in the UK back in the 1980s.
The exhibition offers a unique opportunity to see rare collectables from 1977-1985 which come from the private collection of Matt Fox.
The firm's pre-tax profits also fell from pounds 240,000 to pounds 59,000 but Collectables managing director David Lewis says trading at St James' Retail Park has been extremely busy and that the company is now geared for growth.
IT'S a fast moving world, the collectables business.
Don't necessarily buy as an investment, because, as with all collectables, the market can rise and fall according to memories and fashions.
Families are also urged to bring along their own toy collectables for valuation.
As head of retail at Collectables, John Marlor has seen a great deal of fanatical collectors over the years such as the lady who was so keen on Me to You bears that she had their logo tattooed on her leg.
To enter this great competition, simply fill in the coupon below and post your entry to The Journal Collectables Competition, PO Box 761, Newcastle, NE99 1QP.
What is the name of this famous space shipSend your entries to Collectable Price Guide book competition, Birmingham Post, Features Department, WeamanStreet, Birmingham B4 6AT, by Friday, April 8.
Collectable coins: Rare Maundy money treasure from the past
Welsh Bridge Books & Collectables has been opened by David Wilsdon.
Uncertainty hangs over the heads of around 70 Teesside staff, and a further 175 at other bases, after administrators were called in to Collectables Retail Limited.