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Answered 2013-04-14 18:30:18

A person who collects shoes as a hobbyist, shoes not to be worn but to illustrate the history, variety, or culture of shoes, would be called a 'shoe collector'.

A person who collects shoes because they have a pathological addiction to acquiring shoes would be a 'shoe addict'.


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