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Welcome to www.collectibulldogs.com The World Class Bulldog collection online!

Welcome to collectibulldogs.com website. We take pride in owning & curating such a vast and varied selection of all things bulldog!

This site is a testament to the greatness of the bulldog breed & goes some way to inspiring others into starting their own collections and ventures.

Bulldog collectibles come in all shapes & sizes. We hope you like the range we have amassed so far from antiques, rare collectibles, art work, books & other pieces of interest.

Check out our FREE Ebook!

Want to start collecting your own collection of bulldog collectibles? Don’t know where to start?

Check out our intro video!

YOURS TO KEEP

Collectibulldogs has teamed up with its brilliant host Digital Wulf to bring one and all their very own free downloadable PDF, there’s a whole 2500 images from the collection, giving everyone a small slice of collectibulldogs for their very own.

PLEASE NOTE: Loading speeds may vary due to the large pdf size.

Click here to see the galleries.

A quick note from the curator and owner

Hi there my name’s Eiffion Ashdown & I created this website so that I can share my passion for my passion in collecting bulldog collectibles and items relating to bulldog history.

My collecting started about seven years ago & have taken a back seat while I make this bulldog collectibles website which to a novice like me has been challenging. For more info about me click this link.

I hope you enjoy the site & like my pieces. I also hope it inspires others to start collecting either for love or future nest eggs. Please note it can become addictive!

Brighton museum listed collection

We are so proud to announce that collectibulldogs is now seen as an offical collection & subsequently now listed under the private collections page on the Brighton museum website.

We feel like we are finally getting somewhere as the collection rolls forward.

This link will take you to the Brighton museum page where you can see the collection.