The 10 Best Collectible Investments of All Time
Are you satisfied with the returns your traditional savings and investments are making you?
If, like me, you're not content to simply break even year after year, I suspect the answer is a resounding NO!
I'm about to show you the long-term success investors have had from collectibles.
Putting mainstream investments in the shade.
Bringing exciting diversity to their portfolios.
Spreading the risk.
But first, you need to know this:
· Only the rarest, most stunning items make investment-grade collectibles. They require a sizable financial commitment - I suggest a $5,000 minimum.
· Prices don't always go up - historical numbers are no guarantee of future values - but choose your pieces carefully and there is a strong chance you will have success.
· You're not alone - scores of successful buyers have supplemented their incomes by successfully buying, and then selling, collectibles.
One last thing.
You may want to compare the figures you're about to see with these:
· The Dow Jones: up 5.3% per annum in the last 10 years
· FTSE100: up 4.9% per annum in the last 10 years
· Savings accounts: now offering 3% interest at best
· Inflation: up 4.1% in the US (5.2% in the UK) in recent times.
The 10 Best Collectible Investments of All Time
Judy Garland Wizard of Oz dress - up 19.3% per annum
Only a handful of Dorothy dresses saw screen time in the 1939 film - explaining the clamour for this piece last year. The enduring worldwide affection for the groundbreaking film helped too.
George Washington's Acts of Congress - up 13.1% per annum
Washington's personal copy of the Acts of Congress, featuring his annotations on the US Constitution, sold for $9.8m last year - a record for a US book.
Action Comics #1 - up 21.0% per annum
Bought and sold by actor Nicolas Cage, the increase in value and comic book world record price has much more to do with the incredibly high and unusual grade of this first appearance of Superman than its celebrity provenance.
Two Bonnie and Clyde Guns - up 6.0% per annum
The two guns were found on Bonnie and Clyde's bodies after the criminals were killed in an ambush in 1934. The grisly connection with their last moments ensured a host of bidders last year.
Apollo 17 space flown Robbins medals - up 9.8% per annum
Space-flown items are the absolute pinnacle for space collectors - especially those pieces connected with the illustrious Moon missions. Just 80 mission-flown Apollo 17 Robbins medals exist - ensuring fierce competition when they appear on the market.
Chinese Monkey stamps record - up 186% in a year
The value of rare Chinese stamps is booming, as the country produces ever increasing numbers of high-net-worth-individuals. The record for a prestigious sheet of monkey stamps was broken four times between 2010 and 2011.
Casablanca piano - up 5.9% per annum
One of two identical pianos used in the film - this was the only one on the private market, boosting its value. The other resides at the
1652 New England sixpence - up 12.7% per annum
Among the earliest coins ever produced on American soil, just eight 1652 New England sixpences exist. This combination of rarity and historic importance meant this example had many suitors last year.
Obama handwritten signed letter record - up 23.6% per annum
As America's first black president, Barack Obama holds a unique position. It makes his memorabilia particularly attractive to collectors on the lookout for culturally and politically important pieces.
Marilyn Monroe Seven Year Itch dress - up 27.0% per annum
The world's most valuable piece of film memorabilia.
Debbie Reynolds knew what she was doing when she remortgaged her house to buy this and several other stunning items of movie memorabilia from MGM in 1971.
The enduring appeal of Monroe, and the iconic scene (Monroe standing above a breezy Subway grate) in which she wore the dress, combined to produce the historic sale price in 2011.
Next steps for you
If you're kicking yourself for not buying into this sector earlier - don't.
There are still opportunities for you to get involved today.
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