Vintage Holiday Sears Catalogs

| October 5, 2018 | 5 Comments
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Vintage Sears Catalog

Vintage Holiday Sears Catalogs

Are you a collector of Vintage Holiday Sears Catalog?  Collectors are looking for Vintage Sears Roebuck Christmas Catalogs from the 1950s and 1960s. Take a look at the listings below to add to your collection.

Featured Vintage Holiday Sears Catalogs

1980 Sears Wish Book Vintage Christmas Catalog Holiday Gifts Toys Clothes So Fun
1980 Sears Wish Book Vintage Christmas Catalog Holiday Gifts Toys Clothes So Fun
$75.00
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Vintage 1979 Sears Roebuck Company Wishbook Catalog
Vintage 1979 Sears Roebuck  Company Wishbook Catalog
$65.00
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Vintage 1977 Sears Roebuck Company Christmas Wishbook Catalog
Vintage 1977 Sears Roebuck  Company Christmas Wishbook Catalog
$75.00
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Sears Roebuck Catalog Spring Summer 1980 Vintage Fashion Shoes Decor
Sears Roebuck Catalog Spring Summer 1980 Vintage Fashion Shoes Decor
$22.75
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Vintage 1973 Sears Roebuck Company Spring Summer Catalog
Vintage 1973 Sears Roebuck  Company Spring Summer Catalog
$75.00
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Vintage Sears Catalog Spring Summer 1963 Philadelphia PA
Vintage Sears Catalog Spring  Summer 1963 Philadelphia PA
$25.00
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Vtg 1939 1940 SEARS CATALOG Fall Winter
Vtg 1939 1940 SEARS CATALOG Fall Winter
$49.99
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Vintage 1952 Sears Catalog Spring And Summer 1952
Vintage 1952 Sears Catalog Spring And Summer 1952
$19.99
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Vintage Sears Catalog Fall Winter 1968
Vintage Sears Catalog Fall Winter 1968
$29.99
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Vintage Sears 1979 Fall Winter Catalog
Vintage Sears 1979 Fall Winter Catalog
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The Sears Brand Shaped a Nation

Sears was once the nation's largest retailer and its largest employer. In its heyday, it was both the Walmart and Amazon of its time. Formed in 1886 by railroad station agent Richard Sears, the company started as a watch business in North Redwood, Minnesota. Sears moved to Chicago in 1887, and he hired watchmaker Alvah Roebuck as his partner.

The first Sears Roebuck catalog, which sold watches and jewelry, was printed in 1896. The Sears catalog was the way many Americans first started to buy mass-produced goods. That was an enormous shift for people who lived on farms and in small towns and made many of the goods they needed on their own, including clothes and furniture.

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