High Value Rarities

Stanley Gibbons set up a designated Investment Department during 2003 to cope with increased interest in rare collectibles as an investment following a wave of positive press. The Department, which has grown considerably since inception, now has rare stamp and autograph portfolios of over £20 million under management, with a £12 million 'Wants List' from collectors for rare items.

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  • Wall Street rallies, S&P 500 on track for biggest weekly gain of 2014

    Fri 8:14 pm

    Wall Street rallies, S&P 500 on track for biggest weekly gain of 2014

    U.S. stocks were rallying late Friday afternoon after a choppy morning, as investors appeared to shrug off fears of New York's first Ebola case, concentrating instead on stronger-than-expected housing data and quarterly earnings.

  • Agrium climbs as ValueAct Capital discloses 5.7% stake

    Fri 5:50 pm

    Agrium climbs as ValueAct Capital discloses 5.7% stake

    Shares of Agrium were jumping Friday after San Francisco-based activist investor ValueAct Capital Management disclosed in an SEC filing a 5.7 percent stake in the Canadian agricultural giant, after having acquired about 8.2 million shares since August.

  • Wall Street rises as investors shrug off Ebola worries

    Fri 4:58 pm

    Wall Street rises as investors shrug off Ebola worries

    U.S. stocks were lately in positive territory Friday afternoon after a choppy morning, as investors appeared to shrug off fears of New York's first Ebola case, concentrating instead on stronger-than-expected housing data and quarterly earnings.

  • TSX gains as Agrium's climb offsets decline in energy

    Fri 4:46 pm

    TSX gains as Agrium's climb offsets decline in energy

    Canadian shares edged up Friday as a jump in Agrium shares offset a drop in oil prices, which pushed energy producers down. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) gained 0.13 percent to 14,506.14 at 11:14 a.m. in Toronto.