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Hawaii All-Collectors Show 2010

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    One of the spooky offerings in the Collectibles in Paradise booth.
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    A decorative silver filigreed gold washed peacock on a jade base from China, part of Louise Shu's collection at the Hawaii All-Collectors Show 2010 at the Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall.
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    More than 60 sets of Chinese Checkers, some of vintage 1940's, were on sale by TH Collection.
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    A unique table clock "that keeps perfect time" was onsale at the Lakeview Antiques & Collectibles booth.
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    A hand carved display case made of cypress wood in the circa 1910's in the Japanese Taisho period.
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    Ukulele maker Clement Villanueva calls this creation a "Cocolele" (coconut ukulele) since its body is made of two coconuts.
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    A finely carved kokeshi doll created by Kato Tatsuo of Japan. Vendors said it was museum quality.
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    An Imperial Storm Trooper's armor made in Hawaii by Anthony Sagun could be seen in the Pacific Outpost of the 501st Legion of Imperial Storm Troopers booth.
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    In the Tribal Artifacts booth by Dusty Gruver was a Human Hair Belt, which was designed to cover up a man's private parts.
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    Raul Sanchez holds up a vintage 1930's guitar, one of the pieces in the Tin Can Mailman booth.
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