Next time on Collector's Call: ''Meet Rick Heinz''

Accountant and philanthropist Rick Heinz has been collecting sports memorabilia and art for more than 40 years. Some of his more storied treasures include a jacket signed by nearly 200 NFL Hall of Famers, a lamp shade signed by members of the 1959 Chicago White Sox, and several baseballs autographed by former U.S. presidents

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Sneak peek: Meet Rodney Shiflett

Rodney Shiflett is the ultimate Batman fan, with a massive collection of more than 2,000 Dark Knight–related items, all proudly displayed in his basement "Batcave.

Sneak peek: Meet Mel and Michael

Michael Knight and Mel Gutherie's stunning collection of classic Hollywood cars and memorabilia is so unique that it has been featured at various Comic-Cons throughout the country. Featured items in their collection of original and replica Hollywood cars range from the 1966 Batmobile to Scooby-Doo's Mystery Machine.

Sneak peek: Meet Bryan Watkins

Bryan Watkins has been a Lucille Ball fan since childhood. He hasn't just loved Lucy, he's collected her — assembling a range of items from rare I Love Lucy memorabilia to precious personal possessions

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  • Bob Adbou's Puppets and Pop Culture

    "Our toy collection is vintage character and cartoon toys only before 1981. E.T. is our cut off."
  • Michael Knight's Classic Hollywood Cars

    "I have various collections — from Star Wars to Batman. I, along with a friend, have the largest 'star car' collection in Michigan — perhaps this side of the country."

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Sneak peek: Meet Sheri Goldstrom

Collecting antique cars has been a family affair for Sheri Goldstrom since she was a little girl. About 15 years ago she built a car museum to show off their amazing collection, which ranges from a 1918 dump truck to a 1956 Chevy.

Sneak peek: Meet Allen Stewart

Many collectors aspire to turn their collection into a museum. Allen Stewart is one step ahead of them. His Hall of Heroes superhero museum houses his collection of 65,000 comic books – all of which he's read – as well as a wide range of memorabilia, movie props and more

Sneak peek: Meet Rick Lisnek

After seeing the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show, Rick Lisnek was never the same. He devoted a large part of his life to collecting everything related to the Fab Four, and now displays it all in his gallery-like basement