The tendency to collect derives from one’s need to define his own qualities and to control the world around him. It also suggests a personal relationship between man and objects, functioning as a bridge over the past. Every human product has two aspects, one is a tangible, “objective” reality – and the other is that of the imagination,of human inventiveness, and of the ideological charge that resulted in its production. When a private collection becomes public, any attempt to present it objectively is a utopia. This is especially true, when it comes to to a group of articles having their own distinct meaning, an assemblage of fetish understood only by their owner-spiritual father as in the case of the Freud collection.