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September 27, 2021

Deb Hoffmann has been collecting Winnie The Pooh items since college. In that time, she has gotten her hands on one of the rarest Pooh items out there - a parade costume from the 1960's. It took her 9 years to find, but Deb says it was well worth the wait. Since then, her collection has grown to over 21,000 unique items, worth around $1 million. Deb says she thinks she has a collector gene.

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