Thats because Berlin-based Ingo Floren who has been collecting KISS memorabilia for 20 years will be keeping his eyes peeled for rare finds.
Floren says rare and valuable KISS items are things that people used and threw out including ice cream cartons and Corn Flakes boxes, especially from Australia.
Floren says in the 1980s, when the bands popularity in the U.S. began to diminish and started getting popular in Australia, their faces wound up on everything from food packages to kids clothing and even a Maybelline cosmetic bag.
But, sadly, many items were used and thrown out, and today are difficult to find.
Floren should know: Hes also the author of the new book The Official Price Guide to KISS Collectibles (House of Collectibles), and claims Gene Simmons wrote to him saying his book is the only unauthorized KISS book that hes ever liked.
Floren will be at the Expo signing copies of his book.
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