Memorabilia (Latin for memorable things, plural of memorabile) are objects treasured for their memories or historical interest; however, unlike souvenirs, memorabilia can be valued for a connection to an event or a particular professional field, company or brand. Examples include sporting events, historical events, culture, and entertainment. Such items include: clothing; game equipment; publicity photographs and posters; entertainment-related merchandise; movie memorabilia; airline and other transportation-related memorabilia; and pins, among others. Often memorabilia items are kept in protective covers or display cases to safeguard and preserve their condition.
In this category we include collectible geographical and historical memorabilia from the United States and other Countries. We include here souvenir spoons, commemorative plates, royal collectibles, and other memorabilia about people and places.