At Paul Fraser Collectibles, we've gone from appearing on television - on Reuters' channel, last month - to making it. This week marks the launch of our new PFC TV channel, bringing the global collectibles markets to you like never before.
There are currently 200m serious collectors in the world, with this figure set to double by 2050. In other words, these are exciting times for the global collectibles markets; and what's needed is a channel like no other to show it.
You can see our various videos, including Paul's Reuters interview, fascinating mini documentaries on the Penny Black stamp and King Henry VIII collectibles, and other interviews by following this link.
But perhaps the best place to start is our video on the 10 Top Reasons Why You Should Invest In Collectibles (above).
From this year's World Record sale of the $30m Bugatti Type 57 car to the $69m Qing Dynasty vase found in someone's attic - it's all featured in our video, along with details of how you as a collector and alternative investor personally stand to benefit.
Find out how your investments portfolio will benefit from their - and
Want to find out how collectibles offer a safe haven away from the risk of traditional investments?
Or how the fact that 75,000 'baby boomers' are retiring in the US each day could make this the perfect time for you to start an autographs, fine wines or even classic cars collection?
Click on the above video to find out all this and more. Or you can watch a larger version of the video by clicking here.
Said Adrian Roose, director at Paul Fraser Collectibles: "PFC TV is a very exciting project for both us, and our readers who are keen to learn more about high-end collectibles.
We recognised that there was a niche for factual, informative videos that highlight the investment merits of these unique pieces of history."
"The response has so far justified this belief with one video being viewed over 75,000 times on Youtube."
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