Senior Leisure Living Collectible Buyers
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Senior Leisure Living Collectible Buyers list allows you to market to consumers over the age of 55 who purchase collectibles for their own home décor or as gifts for family and friends. These active seniors live in high end retirement living communities and have the means to purchase collectible items such as antiques or rare works of art to display in their homes. They enjoy the rare beauty and the status of owning and giving fine pieces as gifts that are destined to become heirlooms.
These senior citizens enjoy the finer things in life and choose to live in high end retirement communities that are often waterfront properties or scenic areas that offer rural charm along with suburban convenience. The communities provide an active lifestyle with accessibility to local parks, jogging trails, swimming pools, tennis courses, golf courses, and fitness centers. With the luxury surroundings of their home, these seniors will purchase only the highest end of collectibles for their décor. They will search for items both locally and abroad to find that unique piece that sets off the interior and exterior of their homes. They purchase antique furniture such as hutches, roll top desks, bedroom sets, and dining sets. They will display collector plates that memorialize a special occasion, a time in history, a sports team, or honor a culture. You will see collector plates on brides-to-be, the Civil War, floral prints, inspirational verse, Red Hats, and Native American cultures. Many seniors have collectible paintings or tapestries that adorn their living room, study, or home office walls. They invest in high end artwork for the aesthetics as well as the value of rare art.
These seniors will also purchase collectibles such as figurines and sculptures for their home and outdoor living spaces. The sculptures and figurines purchased include patriotic items like bald eagles or a particular branch of the military, sporting sculptures such as fishing or Nascar, lighthouses, pets, and Precious Moments. These individuals also purchase collectible items for their children and grandchildren such as music boxes. The music boxes can be inspirational, musical carousel, or animated characters such as Winnie the Pooh. Collectible holiday ornaments, dolls, and teddy bears are also high on the list for wealthy seniors to give as heirloom gifts to family.
Senior Leisure Living Collectible Buyers list include figurine retailers, collectible doll retailers, antique auction houses, art dealers, rare coin dealers, and high-end retailers.