Wilson Gray, posting on ADS-L on the 4th, boldfacing added:
In the on-line catalog is pictured a CD whose title clearly reads:
Rare, Collectable & Soulful
Nevertheless, the catalog captions the picture as:
Rare, Collectible & Soulful
Not just one CD, but a whole series under that title. Here’s the cover for volume 2:
The catalog writers apparently “corrected” what they saw as a “spelling error” on the part of the record company — opting for WF (well-formedness, according to the writers’ lights) over Faith (faithfulness to the source). (There’s a Page on this blog listing postings about Faith vs. WF.) The facts are complex, but what’s undeniable is that most modern dictionaries recognize both collectible and collectable as acceptable spellings, with collectable having the edge for a specialized sense; from Wikipedia:
A collectable (collectible or collector’s item) is any object regarded as being of value or interest to a collector (not necessarily monetarily valuable or antique).