The pursuit of collecting includes seeking, locating, buying, swapping, organizing, cataloging, displaying, storing, archiving, and maintaining the items of interest to the individual collector. Some collectors are generalists, accumulating, say, film posters from across the World . Others are more specific, concentrating on posters from one country or director or genre. Few are casual, and most are relatively serious about their collection(s). A small number are regarded as obsessive, or compulsive, or both ........ almost 100% of the time their collections are larger, totally complete, in pristine condition, more detailed, better catalogued, perfectly preserved. The collections of those bordering obsessive compulsion are the bench mark from which all others are measured. Their collections are a labour of love, a driving force, a life’s work constantly in progress. And so it is with the collections of Pleasaunce. Magazines, photos, letters and artefacts from several decades that mirror the time of printing whilst simultaneously pointing a light at the future and what it will hold. Collections can be of many things – from stamps to train engine numbers, from film posters to plates. But any and all perfect collections change “per se”, in their completeness from an oddity to a paradigm of a task completed and a time capsule of unconditional love.