This Gallery is dedicated to the study of Stonehenge Images, Collectibles and Collectables.
Even though Stonehenge Collectables come in a wide range of shape, size, style and types, items are easily identified as a Stonehenge Collectables simply by look, feel or provenance.
Stonehenge Collectors universally recognize the images of Stonehenge as collectable no matter what the media. Regardless of quality, professionalism or in some cases, lack of it, Stonehenge Collectables universally owe their existence to the artistic expression of a artisan or craftsman. Artist and Photographers have and will continue to add to the rich selection of items and images we find collectable.
Over the years numerous commercial adventurers have found it desirable to associate the Stonehenge name or image with a wide variety of products and services. Some of these businesses have produced some interesting advertisement materials. Others often referred to as entrepreneurs, have produced a wide range of Souvenir collectibles.
These collectibles are targeted to the tourist and encompass many if not most of the common forms of collectable most desired by collectors. These include Art & Paintings, Photographs, Coins & Metals, Stamps & Postcards, Plates, China, Spoons, Sculpture, Horse Brass, Snow Domes, License Plates, Jigsaw puzzles, Books and Papers of all kinds, just to mention a few.
The history and mystery of Stonehenge has contributed to the publishing of many books and articles almost universally illustrated with Stonehenge images. Many are collectable.
During the Golden Age of Postcards numerous photographers printed and distributed Real Photo Postcards (RPPC). Hundreds of picture postcards have been produced for sale in tourist traps all over England. Due to the enormity of the postcard collection, Stonehenge Postcards have their own Gallery www.StonehengePostcards.Com.
Publishers continue to produce both old and new views of the site on an ever widening range of items, for both the visitors and collectors. Often great artistic license is taken in an attempt to capture and convey a look or feel, purported to be Stonehenge like. Stonehenge has been used as a descriptive name for surface and color variations in paint, stone, and counter-tops.
No matter the material or media, whether it was produced as a Collectible or has just become Collectable, a Stonehenge Collectable is universally recognized by look or feel.
For more information regarding the definition of Collectable and Collectible check out the Item below.