Video of the Week... Will, Kate and the future of Royal collectibles

It's happening the day after tomorrow. No less than 20 million people are expected to gather in the streets of London.

At the same time, over two billion people are set to watch it on television - no less than 28% of the world's population.

And we thought the estimated total of 200 million serious collectors worldwide was an impressive figure...

We are of course talking about the Royal Wedding. Prince William and Kate Middleton's nuptials will take place at Westminster Abbey, this Friday (April 29).

And, as the excitement builds, collectors are increasingly asking Paul Fraser Collectibles: what does Kate and Will's wedding spell for the future of Royal collectibles?

Well, you can find out in our above Video of the Week. It also includes our "Golden Rule" for investing in Royal collectibles. Now you can find out where you should be putting your cash.

Elsewhere in this week's Paul Fraser Collectibles newsletter, you can get further advice on investing in Royal memorabilia from expert auctioneer Kerry Taylor.

London's Kerry Taylor Auctions were responsible for the £78,000 sale of Kate Middleton's dress, last month, which sparked a media frenzy. Kerry discusses the sale with us in her Exclusive Interview with PFC.

In the meantime, we can be sure of one thing: the immense popularity of William and Kate's wedding spells a bright future for Royal collectibles.

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