- n. The quality of being collectible.
“I just don't think "collectibility" is one of the more worrisome ones.”
“However, I don't believe "collectibility" is a driving force -- the driving force?”
“Publishing | Louis Holt argues that "collectibility" will save the printed comic from being replaced by the digital version.”
“Publishing | At ICv2. com, retailer Steve Bennett returns to the "collectibility" well to argue that the urge to bag, board and sort will save the printed comic from being replaced by the digital version.”
“Why would Ha$bro choose to help the consumer when they can rake them for cash via "collectibility"?”
“The collectibility of the first printing of the first edition was established in the early days of printing, when the lead type used in the presses would quickly wear away, compromising the readability of the book being printed.”
“Port has everything in terms of quality, prestige and collectibility.”
“I suspect Holt creates a flaw of his own by overstating the hold collectibility has on readers.”
“It seems, in the world of signed limited editions, that individuality of the books -- beyond each having its own number -- can create instant collectibility.”
“Pedigrees add to the collectibility of a coin because they identify it from a historical perspective.”
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