Mischief, magic, candy and spirits — both ghouls and booze — have long been associated with the celebration of Halloween. In the 1920s, the Halloween party came into its own, wherein the populous would decorate their homes with a variety of low-priced plastic and paper goods made by companies located primarily in the United States and in Germany. Today, these celebratory autumnal trinkets are highly coveted

by vintage Halloween collectors due to their scarcity on the market and sentimental evocation.