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Collecting Harley Davidson Antiques and Memorabilia

Collecting Harley Davidson Antiques and Memorabilia

Since 1903, the market for stylish motorcycles has been dominated by the Harley Davidson Company. They are the bikes that everyone that wants to look cool, wants to own. For some serious bikers, it's much more than a mode of transport; it's an entire culture and way of life. Harley Davidson collectibles are therefore, very popular, and appeal to both men and women.

There have been many different models over the years and they are featured in merchandise, along with the famous logo. Given the long history of the company, there is a wide choice of images to choose from. Harley Davidson collectibles can be acquired as individual items or sets can be collected.

One of the most popular categories in the range is the Die Cast Replicas of different motorcycles. Each era is represented and they all have their charm, from the 1909 Twin 5D V-Twin to the 2005 FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra G. Other models include the 1948 Panhead, 1997 Sportster 1200, and the 2000 FLSTF Fat Boy. Die Cast Knives are also popular. These Harley Davidson collectibles are real knives and not toys, with cast metal handles and stainless blades. They carry the logo and have a thumb stud for opening with ease. Each knife is presented in a hardshell case. The three images used are the Road King, Heritage Springer and Ultra Classic Electra Glide.

Zippo Lighters have loyal customers and this company has also teamed up with the iconic motorcycle company. The lighters show the logo and some of them come in a case or pouch. There is a choice of finishes, including brushed chrome, black, anodized aluminum, candy apple red, candy raspberry, and the stars and stripes. The range includes a Multi-Purpose Lighter with an adjustable flame for lighting grills, camp fires, lanterns, fireplaces, and candles.

There is also a line of ceramic figurines available to place in a display cabinet or in a display case. Then there is the common Christmas collectible commemorated by a Santa riding a Fat Boy bike. There is also a line in nostalgia with riders on a 1903 Harley with a sidecar. Another ceramic has a police officer riding a bike. In addition to these Harley Davidson collectibles, there is a range of officially licensed merchandise, including clothing, stationary, wallets, backpacks, posters, rugs and watches. It's possible to surround oneself with the company logo. There is also a 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle with a picture showing a Harley at a service station, to fill the hours when it's too wintry to go out.

The most popular brands of Harley collectibles are by Hallmark and Department 56.