All Collectors Show in Print

July 5: Breaking News Today! Great article by Cheryl Tsutsumi in the Sunday Travel section of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser on the 25th Hawaii All-Collectors Show leading with a picture of Dusty's awesome Kwan Yin in booth #200.

Bon Dance Time

July 3: Take time out for some good old fashioned Japanese Bon Dance. This weekend's dances will be held at the Moiliili Hongwanji Mission at 1100 University Ave (old Varsity Theater lot) and at the Kaneohe Higashi Hongwanji at 45-520 Keaahala Road. After the Bon Dances, don't forget to visit the Show Preview page.

Collectible Plants

July 2: The Cactus & Succulent Society of Hawaii will feature small cacti and other succulents, such as Tillandsias, Crassulas, Crown of Thorns, Desert Rose and some orchids and rare plants not usually seen. Many are suitable for apartment living. Inez will also be on hand with plants, pots, soil and advice on how to create your own popular and sweet Fairy Gardens. Information about various plant & garden organizations will be available and members will on hand to help you find out what ails your favourite plant. See them in booths 527-528.

Featured Vendors

The Hawaii All-Collectors Show is coming up fast.

Captain Cook Coin Co. of Honolulu in Booths #421 & #422. in Booths #142 & #219.

Glass Fishball Netting

July 1: Cristino Calero is back to re-net vintage Japanese glass fishing floats at the Hawaii All-Collectors Show July 12 in booth 500. Get Aunty and Uncle's old naked balls ready for hanging in the lanai. He re-nets old style from tiny baseball size to huge bumbucha size.

Show Preview

June 29: Please tie a reminder string around your finger! This charming vintage head vase and more will be for sale @ the July 12 Hawaii All-Collectors Show. Visit the Show Preview page.

Plastic Bag Ban

June 24: Starting July 1, Merchants (including vendors at the show) will not be allowed to use plastic bags for merchandise purchased by their customers. With a few exceptions (food, etc.) bags must be either reusable, compostable/bio-degradeable, or brought by the customer. Go to for more information.

Summer Grinds

June 15: Toni just gave me freshly picked Mountain Apples. Must be season's first for the delicate skinless red fruit in Hawaii. It has pure white juicy flesh with a sweet floral flavor that reminds me of childhood summer hikes in the mountains searching for wild fruits. -Ilene

A few reflections from the 1st Year

June 12: Since this is the 25th Anniversary of the Hawaii All-Collectors Show, I thought it would be cool to reflect on a few things we had to contend with during the first show in 1991.

  • 1991 saw the buildup for the 1st Gulf War. Many of the island's military moved out and also many of the off island visitors avoided Hawaii like the plague; the fear of terrorist attacks on international flights diminished airline travel.
  • Hawaii, along with the rest of the world, was in a recession. Not the best time to start a new show.
  • The Exhibition Hall's walls were only about 8 feet tall and anyone could climb over them. Plus, it seemed like everyone had keys to the doors.
  • The hall had no air-conditioning so in the summer months, the interior became very hot. And although there were large louvers on the mountain side of the hall, they could not be opened because the incoming wind would blow down everything in the hall including the curtains, shelving, and any valuable items on the shelves.

...and yet... that first show drew one of the largest turnouts ever.

Vintage Cars

June 4: We always have special displays put together by generous collectors who want to share their passion. This year three VW enthusiasts will be bringing some of their favorite vintage VW buses to the show. Contributing members from the "Central Oahu VW Bus company " will be Frankie, AKA "Royal Grand Master," Ryan, AKA "Vice Royal Master & Grand Poohbah" plus Kokomo, a yet to be pledged wanabe member.

Kokomo's Hawaiian Primo Beer collection started with his father (Ted Ho). When the collection was passed to his son, Kokomo continued the family tradition. Kokomo gives special thanks to Richard "Primo" Saito and his family for rare additions to the collection. Kokomo will bring out his Primo Beer decked out VW van to the show for a special public debut. The Primobeermobile! The COVWBC will be hosting the Ho'oponopono VW, Porche Car Show & Swap Meet. on Saturday June 18. Please stop by for another fun filled family adventure.

Morning Bloom

May 19: Good morning bloom. The first dinner plate size lotus bloom of the season. Yesterday's bud was like a big white bubble ready to burst. Grown from seed two years ago. I forgot to go out early to watch the process. Happy Tuesday!

Show Update

May 18: Good booths are still available for the upcoming Hawaii All-Collectors Show on July 12. Booth prices start at $150 for a 10ft by 10ft standard booth. Contact or call (808)941-9754 for booth placement information.

Standard and Standard Corner Booths.

All-Collectors Show in Veranda Magazine.

January 28: The Hawaii All-Collectors Show is honored to have been included in Country Living Magazine's list of "America's 24 Best Antique Shows" and in Veranda Magazine's "24 Antique Shows You Have To See Before You Die". Thank you very much! This year's show will be held on Sunday July 12.

Scenes from the 2014 Show

Last July's Hawaii All-Collectors Show was an ocean of collectibles and antiques. With the new open format space you could look over an endless sea of treasures. Thousands shopped and drooled over a fabulous selection at the biggest one day vintage, collectibles and antiques pop-up in Hawaii. Our deepest thanks to both the vendors and collectors who made it all possible. Mahalo, Ilene & Wayne.

Video courtesy of Kyle Metcalf.
Looking down Old Pali Road.

The next Hawaii All-Collectors Show will be held on July 12, 2015

The 25th Annual Hawaii All-Collectors Show will be held on Sunday, July 12 at the Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall.

Held every July, the Hawaii All-Collectors Show is a general collectibles and antiques show and sale with over 100 dealers coming from Oahu, Outer Islands, the Mainland U.S., and Japan. This one day show is held on a Sunday and is Hawaii's oldest collectibles show.

Shop for great buys in antiques, Hawaiiana, art, estate jewelry, vintage fashion, dolls, tribal art, beads, tiki, gold & silver, koa, furniture, kimono, kitchenware, ukuleles, toys, kokeshi, Mid-Century décor, ivory, Chinese & Japanese antiques, Mings jewelry, Niihau shell leis, lauhala hats, stamps, coins, shabby chic, Victorian, sportscards, Hawaiian Monarchy items, prints, textiles, postcards, aloha shirts, lighters, and more!

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Sunday July 12
10:30am to 5:30pm
Blaisdell Exhibition Hall
777 Ward Avenue in Honolulu
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