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Next Tuesday is causing a stir in the collectibles markets. That's because February 7 could push one niche sector to even greater heights.
And it's all down to one man.
- Could bring you annual returns of 15.69% pa or more.. it's happened before, as we'll show you
- Already attracts huge sums of money - investors have paid up to $290,500 for single items
One investor recently spent $11,590... on a collar worn by this man's pet dog - that's how important this person is. Why?
He is one of the greatest writers of all time. This person is admired the world over.
Even though he's been dead for 142 years:
- He still sells 17,000 books every week, in the UK alone
- His works regularly appear in films and on TV
- He even has a museum dedicated to him in London.
That's why next Tuesday is a very big deal.
Three days' time…
Will be the 200th anniversary of this great writer'sbirth.
We anticipate that his bicentennial will raise global demand for his memorabilia to a whole new level.
We've seen it happen before... most recently with John Lennon.
Lennon's 70th birthday was in 2010. Values and sales of his memorabilia enjoyed significant growth in that year - including his autograph, which went up by 5.04%. A pretty good return in this economic climate.
I believe this market is about to do the same...
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Director, Paul Fraser Collectibles
Collectibles, including, but not limited to, wine, coins, classic cars, art, autographs and postage stamps are not designated investments for the purposes of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) Order 2001 and as such are not subject to regulation by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) or otherwise.
We believe that the purchase of investment grade Collectibles should be both enjoyable and profitable, but like any traded commodity there are risks and past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
If in doubt we recommend you consult with a tax expert or financial advisor for clarification.