Investors are being warned that gold is currently a risky investment, despite its strong performance during the financial crisis.
, told the BBC that gold "remains in bubble territory", adding that "anyone buying at these levels is basically speculating, not investing".
Take, the 1910 2d Tyrian Plum.
In 2007 a mounted mint example was valued at £65,000 ($102,230), according to the GB30 Rarities Stamp Index. In 2011 the index listed the stamp at £100,000 ($157,290).
That's an 8.99% pa rise in five years.
Just 12 are known to exist, making them one of the world's greatest rarities.
Last month one of the 12 sold for £102,000 ($159,500) at auction in London.
We have a single example available to you today for £85,000 (approx. $133,700), 15% below the index valuation. We believe this is the only Tyrian Plum available for sale in the world today.
It is accompanied by a 1961 British Philatelic Association Certificate of Authenticity stating that the stamp is genuine.
You will also receive:
· A certificate of authenticity with lifetime moneyback guarantee
· Free insured delivery
· Free storage (if required)
This is your opportunity to become one of a select group to have owned this superb piece of philatelic history.
To purchase the item or to discuss other safe haven investments, contact us at:
+44 (0) 117 933 9503