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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  • Dow sinks 154 points

    10:24 pm

    Dow sinks 154 points

    U.S. stocks turned negative on Wednesday afternoon after a choppy morning, with news of shootings at Canada's Parliament Hill in Ottawa said to be a possible reason for the volatility. Gold and oil are lower. The ASX SPI 200 is off 28 points to 5349.

  • Cape Lambert Resources to provide US$20M funding to Timis Mining

    4:40 am

    Cape Lambert Resources to provide US$20M funding to Timis Mining

    The agreements with Timis Mining includes the US$12 million purchase of a royalty. This provides Cape Lambert with potential payments of up to US$56 million over four years. The first royalty payment could be made within the next three months. Timis will also have the exclusive right to purchase oxide material from CFE’s Sierra Leone Projects.

  • Tiaro Coal raising $1.3M through fully underwritten rights issue

    3:18 am

    Tiaro Coal raising $1.3M through fully underwritten rights issue

    Strong support has been received for Tiaro Coal’s fully underwritten rights issue to raise $1.3 million. Shareholders who hold 42% of its share capital have already agreed to take up their rights. This will retire an existing loan to subsidiary Paragon Coal and fund resource upgrade work.

  • Pura Vida Energy brings Moroccan oil to Melbourne, Sydney Luncheons

    2:49 am

    Pura Vida Energy brings Moroccan oil to Melbourne, Sydney Luncheons

    There is much for Pura Vida and investors to discuss with a free carried deepwater drilling campaign targeting oil in the Mazagan permit offshore Morocco due to begin in January 2015. MD Damon Neaves will update investors at the Melbourne and Sydney Investor Luncheons.

  • Wall Street finishes in the red, Dow drops 0.9%

    9:04 pm

    Wall Street finishes in the red, Dow drops 0.9%

    U.S. stocks turned negative on Wednesday afternoon after a choppy morning, with news of shootings at Canada's Parliament Hill in Ottawa said to be a possible reason for the volatility.

  • Come see Northern Gold, Stria Lithium talk near-term developments in Montreal

    6:17 pm

    Come see Northern Gold, Stria Lithium talk near-term developments in Montreal

    Investors, get ready to learn about emerging Canadian gold developer Northern Gold Mining (CVE:NGM) and Stria Lithium (CVE:SRA), which is close to developing a new and more efficient way to process lithium chloride, at our Proactiveinvestors forum in Montreal next week.

  • TSX snaps 4-day advance as BoC leaves interest rate unchanged

    6:16 pm

    TSX snaps 4-day advance as BoC leaves interest rate unchanged

    Canadian shares ended a four-day rally after the Bank of Canada left its benchmark interest rate unchanged and commodity producers sank with metal prices. The Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) slipped 0.6 percent to 14,465.27 at 11:57 a.m. in Toronto. Five shares declined for every three stocks that advanced as 8 out of 10 main industries retreated.

  • Wall Street mixed as Yahoo rises; Boeing, Biogen Idec decline

    5:35 pm

    Wall Street mixed as Yahoo rises; Boeing, Biogen Idec decline

    U.S. stocks wavered Wednesday between slight gains and losses after yesterday's big rally, as investors considered a plethora of earnings reports and as concerns for China were sparked after slowing growth was reported in the country earlier this week.