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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  • Sun Resources signs farmout agreement for Badger Oil Project

    Sun 10:12 pm

    Sun Resources signs farmout agreement for Badger Oil Project

    Sun Resources has executed a revised Letter of Intent and amends joint operating agreement with Ursa Resources II LLC, reducing Sun’s working interest in Badger from 50% to 10%. This reduces cash exposure for Sun for the initial well cost to zero. Badger is expected to spud prior to year-end 2014.

  • Admedus finds success in Human Papilloma Virus vaccine studies

    Sun 10:05 pm

    Admedus finds success in Human Papilloma Virus vaccine studies

    Admedus shares are expected to open stronger after the therapeutic Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine preclinical studies met with success and will progress to Phase Ib clinical trial.

  • Dow rallies to within one per cent of 18,000 point milestone

    Fri 10:12 pm

    Dow rallies to within one per cent of 18,000 point milestone

    U.S. stocks surged Friday, but pared early morning gains sparked after ECB President Mario Draghi said the ECB will do what it must to lift inflation, while China's central bank announced a surprise interest rate cut. The ASX SPI 200 has jumped 52 points to 5360.

  • ASX heads lower; not all iron ore bears in the Forrest

    Fri 6:21 am

    ASX heads lower; not all iron ore bears in the Forrest

    Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest scared off the iron ore bears today when he decided $2.75 was "just right" to buy $11 million worth of Fortescue shares, the company he founded. The stock even managed to close with a gain!

  • Wall Street rises on China, Europe moves, but trims earlier gains

    Fri 7:53 pm

    Wall Street rises on China, Europe moves, but trims earlier gains

    U.S. stocks surged Friday, but pared early morning gains sparked after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the ECB will do what it must to lift inflation, while China's central bank announced a surprise interest rate cut.

  • Dominion Diamond gains on better-than-expected Q3 production, Dundee Capital expects upward rerating

    Fri 6:47 pm

    Dominion Diamond gains on better-than-expected Q3 production, Dundee Capital expects upward rerating

    Dominion Diamond (TSE:DDC) shares were jumping Friday after the company posted third quarter production slightly ahead of expectations, as its Ekati mine in the Northwest Territories continued to benefit from increased small stone recovery.

  • TSX extends rally for 6th day as China trims interest rates

    Fri 5:43 pm

    TSX extends rally for 6th day as China trims interest rates

    Canadian shares stretched their rally for a sixth day, sending their benchmark gauge to its highest level in two months, as investors welcomed a move by China, the nation’s second-largest trading partner, to slash interest rates. The resource-sensitive Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.1 percent to 15,092.76 at 12:16 p.m. in Toronto. Six out of 10 share groups declined.

  • Wall Street soars on Europe, China central bank moves

    Fri 4:31 pm

    Wall Street soars on Europe, China central bank moves

    U.S. stocks surged Friday to new records after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the ECB will do what it must to lift inflation, while China's central bank announced a surprise interest rate cut.