The first Global News Service for Luxury Collectibles is launched



2015-06-26 11:38:50

The first Global News Service for Luxury Collectibles is launched

A unique news information service focusing on high-end collectibles around the world.

Paul Fraser Collectibles has now launched as a global news service, giving you up to the minute news on all you need to know about high-end collectibles across the World.

Recent articles include...a collector sells Marilyn Monroe's bathrobe for $120,000 - 20 times what he paid just 10 years buys picture for $4 at flea market and finds $1m historical document...the Bonzai tree collector whose collection is worth $17.64m...the Tsar's long lost jewelleryto sell for 1m...Ferrari owner makes 100k profit inone year... and several hundred other stories online now...we hope you will enjoy the read! includes...

News Coverageof all collecting areas

Interviews with famous collectors and key players in the industry

FREE Reports and Newsletters

Auction results

A panel of World renowned experts

FREE information, comment, advice and opinion

How to enjoy collecting and make money

Benefit from increasing demand and diminishing supply(baby boomers and BRIC countries)

Low correlation against traditional mainstream asset classes

Consistent increase in value over long periods of time

Everything you need to know to collect and invest with confidence

Collectibles are tangible assets, a global currency, very portable, in a highly liquid market

High-end Collectibles offered direct to you

Low volatility - an estimated 200 Million+ passionate collectors underpinning the market and prices

Notes about the Company:

Paul Fraser has been passionately involved in a wide spectrum of collectibles spanning over 35 years. He recently stepped down as Chairman (and owner) at Stanley Gibbons, the London Stock Market listed Collectibles Company, which he helped to build from a $5 Million Company to one worth over $100 Million.

Paul is a world renowned Beatles expert and handled the deal that sold John Lennon's childhood stamp collection to the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C.

Paul was also responsible for the sale of the famous Kirkudbright Penny Black cover to theRoyal Philatelic Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Adrian Roose has also been involved in buying and selling top-end Collectibles for over 20 years.

He was Investment Director at both Stanley Gibbons and Frasers Autographs, Europe's largest autograph dealer.

In recent years Adrian has handled the sale of the Einstein Correspondence Collection, four Picassos plus over $100m of world rarity stamps.

He now heads a team of people who are all passionateabout this new business - bringing exciting and interesting news about high-end collectibles to the World.

As featured on BBC, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, The Times, The Times of India, Investor's Chronicle, Financial Times, The Spectator Magazine...

If at any time you need any further information or help with collectibles please feel free to contact us.


Telephone: +44 (0) 117 933 9500

Fax: +44 (0) 117 974 5423

Paul Fraser Collectibles is owned and published by Tika Lifestyles Limited trading as www.paulfrasercollectibles.comPO Box 2945, Bristol, United Kingdom BS8 9FZ

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