Discover the Asset that beat the Property Boom


2015-06-26 11:50:11


Discover the Asset that beat the Property Boom

"Alternative Investments?" "Emotional Assets?" - The world of High-End Collectibles comes under many names, and can offer fabulous rewards. But you need to know what you are doing...

There has been a great deal of positive press regardingHigh-End Collectibles over the last few months.

Just last week ran an article titled "Things that beat the property boom", highlighting Rare Stamps and Autographs & Memorabilia as great investments.

According to MSN autographs have shown an average compound increase of 12.9% over an 11 year period.

Moneywise, a popular UK finance magazine, wrote about 'Assets to hold on to in 2010.'

Included were Rare Coins where "demand for high-grade rarities is still outstripping supply,"

Also Fine Wine, where the Liv-Ex trading index showed a yearly change of around 9.5% in the 12 months to October.

And again RareStamps where "we are beginning to see an influx of new money from investors."

InvestmentWeek, a UK website specialising in News and analysis on investment, equities, and the UK fund management market, also featured an article on 'Alternative Investments.'

Rare stamps were featured again: "A stable, long-term investment"

Wine; where "Asia middle classes are entering the market. This adds demand so prices can only go up."

It's all great news, all very positive...

So what's the catch?

If you are considering entering these markets we say 'go for it'.

But with one serious proviso.

There is onekey to this type of investment. Knowledge and expertise.

You wouldn't enter the stock market without doing your research.

TheHigh-End Collectibles markets should be shown the same respect.

Knowledge is King...

Our expert panel has sold over $500m worth ofuniqueCollectibles around the World.

If you are seriously considering placing funds in 'Alternative Investments' then we are here to offer our advice free of charge.

Trawl through the website for easy price comparisons, future auctions, hot trends, historic pricing, expert comment, etc.

All the information you need to make informed decisions.

Do your research andHigh-End Collectiblescan offer you the three P's.

Passion, Pleasure and Profit.

So if you are temptedby the returns a rare stamp investment can offer, please contact us.

Likewise rare coins, art, classic cars...

We are here to help you every step of the way.

It is essential to build long-term relationships with dealers you can trust, and who will still be in business when you come to sell.

Our team has over 100 years experience of dealing at this level, make use of it.

Don't just take my word for it...

This is Robert Burns' personal bible.

Paul Fraser Collectibles saw the value in Burns' personal Bible, purchasing it in 2009.

It has since been sold for 25,000.

This week wereceived an email from another Collector: "I was very sorry to miss this", hesaid.

He has sinceoffered 35,000.

If the new owner accepts thisoffer he'll see a 40% return, in less than one week.

And that's by no means a one-off...

We have numerous items available in stock that are unique.

Their value is largely subjective and they could sell for much more than we have them in stock at; just like the Burns' bible.

Take Lenin's death mask, for example. One of 14 made on the night of his death.

This is believed to be the only example ever to have left Russia. The majority of the others are all in Museums in the former Soviet Union.

What price can you put on such an historic artifact?

How much would a Russian Billionaire be prepared to pay?

50,000? 100,000?

Lenin's death mask is actually available at just 35,000 ($57,750)

And then there is Henry VIII's personal divorce plea written in 1529, a totally unique documentthat changed the course of British history forever.

The only comparable item is held in the Vatican Secret Archives, a letter from the members of the House of Lords supporting the divorce, sent to the Pope, written in 1530.

The Vatican sell copies of that letter for $75,000 each. Collectors and other Museums have been buying them.

So what pricefor Henry VIII's personal appeal written One Year prior? Probably not as much as you think.

Investing in Unique Items

High-EndCollectibles like these are absolute one-offs.

We are already seeing many new high-net-worth collectors coming into the market.

This is reflected in the other stories in this week's newsletter.

You can see for yourself- record prices are being set in all Collectible areas.

As more collectors flood into theHigh-End Collectibles markets, it's unique items like this thatare in demand.

To become the owner of these unique treasures, and others like them, please get in contact with us now.

+44 (0) 117 933 9503

Whatever your interest we can help.

And all ouritems areprovided with guarantees of authenticity - essential for your peace of mind when investing at this level.

The demographics behind the Collectibles markets are staggering.

And now the Asian middle classes are entering the market.

Wine sales in Hong Kong are breaking records.

Rare stamps are being sold for record sums in China.

Vintage Watches, Classic Cars, Art... they've all seen world records set in the last few months, backed by Asian bidding.

Now is the time to become involved in Collectibles Investments.

How do I get started?

Download our 27 page detailed report on how you can be involved in this fascinating and rewarding area of investment

Millions of people worldwide are already taking part and benefitting from Collectibles Investments.

Our free report will show how you can get involved, too.

An abundance of famous people are in on it... we'll tell you who, and what they are buying.

And some of the world's most successful investors have been involved for years...

Find out who by downloading your free report

Or contact us today for further details.

+44 (0) 117 933 9503

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