Rarely seen for sale, Queen Elizabeth II collectibles are proving popular with investors
Growing numbers of investors are viewing royal memorabilia as an attractive alternative asset for their portfolios, and Queen Elizabeth II collectibles are at the forefront of this movement.
The Queen's enduring popularity among large portions of the populace, both in the UK and around the world, suggests that her collectibles will be in great demand for decades, even centuries to come.
Recent auction results are an indication of the potential in this market.
A 1984 Daimler, driven by the Queen between 1984 and 1990, sold for $70,000 at a US auction in August 2010.
Two handwritten Elizabeth II-signed letters to her second cousin Lady Mary Cambridge, written following the births of Prince Charles in 1948 and Prince Andrew in 1960, sold for a combined 4,700 ($7,600) at a UK auction in April 2011.
The Queen's signature is highly sought-after yet particularly hard to obtain; members of the royal family rarely sign autographs. This leaves official documents or personal correspondence as the main sources of her signature.
Such items seldom come to light, yet Paul Fraser Collectibles has managed to obtain one of these great rarities: a Christmas card from the Queen, signed "Elizabeth".
Featuring a photographic print of Clarence House, once the London home of Queen Elizabeth following her marriage to the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947, it would make for a superb addition to any royal collection.
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