Halloween II

(Collector's Edition) (1981) Jamie Lee Curtis

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Halloween

(Two-Disc Special Edition) (2007) Malcolm McDowell

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DreamWorks Halloween

Double Pack (Scared Shrekless / Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins From Outer Space)

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History of Halloween

The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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Return to Halloweentown

(Ultimate Secret Edition) (2006) Sara Paxton

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The Day After Halloween

(Katarina's Nightmare Theater) Sigrid Thornton

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SpongeBob SquarePants

Halloween (1999) Tom Kenny

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

(Just Say Boo/A Spookie Ookie Halloween) (1998) Cole Caplan

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Halloween

25 Years of Terror (2006) John Ottman

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Tips for Buying Vintage Halloween Decorations

Here I give some of my own knowledge about vintage halloween items.

14 Responses to Tips for Buying Vintage Halloween Decorations

  • vincentromano26 says:

    Oh believe me I do too. But growing up around vintage my whole life I love
    the old stuff

  • vincentromano26 says:

    sorry for the late reply. Thanks. Check out my other videos, just uploaded
    another one today

  • RequiemBell104 says:

    Some good tips there. I collect vintage Halloween and Christmas decorations
    myself. I’m not completely sure, but that witch diecut might have been
    manufactured by the H.E. Luhrs company.

  • vincentromano26 says:

    Thank you. Is there anything you think I should add? I love vintage
    Halloween and Christmas. And there is so much out there you can collect.
    Where do you get your stuff from and what do you like to collect? Is the
    witch really made by H.E Luhrs Company? The only problem with vintage
    Christmas and Halloween to me is the fact that none of the stuff is dated
    so you cannot make a general assumption of when it was made

  • CAfontguy says:

    That witch die cut was definitely made by Beistle. It’s part of a set of
    four, the other three being a Black Cat, a Jack-O-Lantern and a Skull.
    Beistle and H.E. Luhrs are the same thing. H.E. Luhrs was the president of
    Beistle for a time and eventually married one of the Beistle daughters. All
    products with the “Luhrs” mark were made by Beistle. 🙂

  • vincentromano26 says:

    Wow thank you for that little history. I had no Idea that H.E Luhrs married
    one of the Beistle daughters and the companies are the same. That is really
    cool.

  • CAfontguy says:

    Glad I could help! 🙂

  • Jordan Fees says:

    Love vintage Halloween!! I discovered a hobby shop in a nearby town last
    year and they sold a lot of the original vintage Beistle Halloween die
    cuts. I’m going back again soon to pick up some this year. Thanks for
    sharing!

  • vincentromano26 says:

    Man. How lucky are you? Are the prices decent? I have to hunt at estate
    sales, flea markets, and thrift stores for my vintage stuff. I would like
    to get some stuff at antique shops but people are ridiculous on prices

  • chris fry says:

    Nice vintage decorations. The texture on the die cuts means that they are
    EMBOSSED. Some die cuts are cut cut out by a die and have no texture or
    embossing. I use and orange bulb in the faded blow molds to make them
    darker orange when lit up. They are fun to collect. I do have a
    reproduction of the one with the corn shock. Happy hunting.

  • vincentromano26 says:

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!! I was trying to figure out the word used to describe
    the pressed in die cuts while filming this video but just couldn’t think of
    it. And really, I never knew they reproduced the blowmolds, were they
    ceramic? And thanks. Subscribe to my channel. I do videos every time I find
    vintage items at thrift stores, flea markets, and estate sales. 🙂

  • chris fry says:

    You’re welcome. I subbed ya. The repros were blowmolds just like the old
    ones and were in stores in the early 90s. I have collected so much old
    Halloween stuff that I only go shopping once or twice a year and buy very
    few items. Selling some off on Ebay now because the collection was too
    vast. Wait till you are 47 years old and have bought things every time you
    saw a deal. haha TTYL Chris

  • vincentromano26 says:

    Lol. You are a year older than my dad and he has a ton of stuff. What is
    your ebay name, I may buy a few things from you.

  • chris fry says:

    Well son, the stuff piles up over many years of collecting. My name on
    there is nolovelost66. Not a ton of things listed right now. I need to get
    on that. lol

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