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Paul Fraser Collectibles is now able to offer you a unique opportunity.
We have just sourced a stunning new range of remarkable artefacts, using the full force of our experts' 250 years' combined experience.
But don't expect them to hang around for long
These spectacular assets are set to match the recent achievements of the thriving art market, with industry professionals tipping this sector to be the next great success story.
Mike Getlin, executive vice president of Merit Financial, explains: "Gold and silver bullion demand has been at record highs for years. This has diluted the coin market considerably. At the moment, many rare coins are trading for prices barely above the value of the metal they contain when just a few years ago they were valued at multiples of their current levels."
I anticipate values rising yet further, as the sector's growing number of rare coin collectors push prices far beyond their metal value.
I urge you to act now to capitalise on this unique opportunity
Mike Getlin adds: "Think about it… coins enjoy liquidity and portability that eclipse almost any other collectible asset."
Get in on the action by contacting us now - email email@example.com or call +44 (0) 117 933 9500.
Or click here to view our selection of coins you can buy today.
I'll leave the last word to a rare coins expert, recently quoted in the Financial Times:
"A bullion collection is a safe, durable and portable way of storing value - something of considerable appeal in these turbulent financial times."
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|Until next week,|
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.