Stationery is gradually becoming a toy, and its collection value is also increasing
At present, just as more and more collectors are keen to collect antiques, stamps, tickets and other toys, some citizens quietly collect stationery and become a 'heterogeneous' group in the collectors' army. Since the 1990s, the biggest change in the small commodity series has been the evolution of stationery to toys. Many stationery boxes have been designed and made into 'transformersAt the same time, it has developed from a single type to a multi-purpose type. There is a sandwich inside, which can hold a triangle ruler, a magnifying glass, a pencil sharpener, an eraser, and a formula table. Among them, there are countless styles of pencil sharpeners, such as 'phonographThe pattern of erasers is also dazzling, such as 'beetleThe design is also unconventional. It is the evolution of these stationery that some citizens have the idea of u200bu200bcollecting them. Mr. Shen from Zhoupu Town, Pudong New District, Shanghai, can be said to be a collector of various stationery in recent years. Since 1991, Mr. Shen has collected more than 1,800 various types of stationery. Among them, there are more than 500 stationery boxes, more than 200 pencil sharpeners, more than 280 erasers, more than 150 student rulers, and compasses. There are more than 130...These numerous stationery series are all sorted into a self-made wooden cabinet by him. Mr. Shen said that collecting this kind of stationery requires little investment, good taste, and childishness. Why not do it? He revealed that there are quite a few people who are interested in collecting like this. There are more than 10 people in the community where he lives. These stationery collectors have to meet many times a month to exchange their collection experience and inform each other. The collection situation and so on. In addition, it is understood that a large number of primary and secondary school students are also collecting various stationery intentionally or unintentionally. However, their collection method is relatively simple. If the old stationery is not in use, it is no longer thrown away like before, but stored. It is worth mentioning that the 'Transformers' stationery box produced 18 years ago was priced at about 50 yuan each, but it has now risen to about 300 yuan; a 'Smurf' colored eraser was sold at that time. At around 1 yuan, it has now risen to around 20 yuan. These stationery can also show their worth over time. Isn’t it impressive?