- MarkMemberAugust 7, 2004 at 7:59 pmPost count: 95
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Jack and I just talked about that last night. I have already contacted several people and am waiting to hear back. I think now we are going to try to expand to other makers solids.
I didn't want to say anything this early because it will be a lot of work and we just don't want to make any promises.Nicki169MemberAugust 8, 2004 at 5:42 amPost count: 400
We tend to mostly talk about EL solids. But in the past we have discussed solids made by other companies. In fact Michaela had taken the time to post photos of several non EL solids. Many of us have solids that were made by Corday or Max Factor, Fuller Brush and other non EL companies. If you would like to share information on your collection we would like to hear. Michaela had photos of solids that I had never seen for sale on EBay. I find her posts to be very informative.
You can find Michaela's lists and photos under General Discussions. The topic starter is Maeuschen. There is a post for Max Factor and one for Corday. Both posts were started the begining of February and the last posts for those topics were April 22nd and 23rd.LisaMemberAugust 9, 2004 at 2:04 pmPost count: 2664
Well, have contacted several companies in relation to getting information on other makers solids. This is the first reply that I got back and find it very interesting as Avon openly is showing support for their collectors. The response I got back from Avon:
Thanks for emailing us here at Avon. We always want to hear what you
have on your mind.
You may want to contact:
The National Association of Avon Collectibles
P.O. Box 7006
Kansas City, MO 64113
This Avon collectors' organization is:
– Unaffiliated with Avon.
– Source for value and availability of collectibles.
– Middleman for selling and buying old Avon products including items
from our original company, the California Perfume Company.
– Made up of members devoted to trading & collecting.
– Overseer of activities of Avon collector clubs across the U.S. &
Best luck with your search!
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