SK: OT- for collectors

Tracelene tracelene at olympus.net
Sun Dec 9 20:59:52 PST 2001


YOU ARE A WOMAN AFTER MY OWN HEART...  I HAVE BEEN COLLECTING SKUNK 
ITEMS SINCE 1970 AND FOR THE PAST
EIGHT YEARS HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR A DATA BASE FOR
INVENTORY -- WITH NO SUCCESS.   WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
I WOULD LOVE TO COMMUNE WITH YOU.

--grandma tracelene

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>My son in law set up a data base for me so that I could track my
>collection.  When I started my collection 30 plus years ago I cataloged
>each item.  So I have a number for each one and that number is on each one.
>  I too put semi like items together just as you have mentioned but then I
>can cross reference or find an item by number or by description or maker
>etc.  I don't number every single item (for instance tee shirts do not
>carry a number).  I have close to 2000 different items (duplicates do not
>receive a number but are listed in the data base).  When I number the item
>I also write a description, the date I got it, who gave it to me or where
>it came from (states or countries) and how much it cost at purchase if I
>have that information.  I do not have any plush or toys in the collection
>because there were too many, too big, and not even skunk like at times.  So
>the ones that are around are toys for children to play with.  I do not
>number post cards, greeting cards, wrapping paper, etc. 
>I don't know if that helps you but I feel that I know each piece so well
>that I could find almost immediately - they are all on display in my home
>in shadow boxes, curio cabinets. walls, etc.

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