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The Toothpick Bulletin is the official publication of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors' Society. 10 issues were published per year. It is sent to the members of the society six times per year.
The Bulletin, edited by Neila Bredehoft, St. Louisville, Ohio, features a variety of informative articles related to toothpick holder collecting; including identification of patterns, reproductions, questions and answers, ads for buying, selling or trading, news from members and new discoveries.
The Toothpick Bulletin was also notably featured on the satirical British TV show Have I Got News For You.
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James John Joicey FES was an English amateur entomologist, who assembled an extensive collection of Lepidoptera in his private research museum, called the Hill Museum, in Witley, Surrey. His collection, 40 years in the making, was considered to have been the second largest in the world held privately and to have numbered over 1.5 million specimens. Joicey was a fellow of the Zoological Society of London, the Royal Geographical Society, the Royal Entomological Society, the Royal Horticultural Society, and the Linnean Society of London.
The National Toothpick Holder Collectors' Society (NTHCS) is a society that promotes and supports the collecting of toothpick holders, and provides education for both members and non-members by providing research, written documentation, new articles, and by participating in other collector-related events. The society has over 700 members and was first established in 1973. The National Toothpick Holder Collectors' Society also publishes the Toothpick Bulletin.
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