Royal collectibles offer investors enjoyable and potentially profitable portfolio diversification, and Princess Diana memorabilia is leading the way.
Global interest in Princess Diana is enormous, which is great news for investors with an eye on the future.
The "Diana: A Celebration" exhibition at the Spencer family home in England has generated more than £1m ($1.57m) since 1998, while more than 15 Diana-related books were released in the UK and US during the 10th anniversary of her passing, in 2007.
Recent auction results are testament to the public's interest in Princess Diana memorabilia.
The dress Diana wore on her first official appearance with fiancé Prince Charles, in 1981, sold for £192,000 ($300,000) at a UK auction in 2010, 284% above its £50,000 estimate.
Diana's replica bridal shoes, made in case of a mishap with the first pair, achieved £36,000 ($56,600) at a UK auction last year.
And, according to the PFC40 Autograph Index, signed photos of Diana rose in value by 19.60% pa between 2000 and 2011, from £1,250 ($1,960) to £8,950 ($14,040).
Our experts have sourced a number of incredible Diana-signed photograph cards, and they're all available for significantly below the Index price for a signed photo, offering considerable value to investors.
Take a look at this superb Charles and Diana-signed Christmas card, featuring a photograph of Diana, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry.
Joint signings by Charles and Diana are extremely rare, making this piece even more sought after.
Contact us for more details on this and other stunning pieces of Princess Diana memorabilia we have in stock.
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