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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  • ASX All Ords rides roller-coaster as investors pounce after sell-off

    7:50 am

    ASX All Ords rides roller-coaster as investors pounce after sell-off

    The All Ords fought back from a mid morning sell-off to finish slightly higher. But if you are looking for something more interesting, there was a bright light today on battery developer RedFlow, which had a 13.2% jump in value. The company is a triple-bagger since May.

  • Segue Resources gets set to diamond drill Plumridge Nickel Project

    2:15 am

    Segue Resources gets set to diamond drill Plumridge Nickel Project

    In one of the most highly anticipated drilling programs in the Fraser Range we can recall, Segue Resources' MD Steven Michael has fast tracked a major diamond (and RC) program at the Plumridge Project.  This was after aircore drilling intersected favourable geology with mafic/ultramafic rocks identified.

  • RedFlow achieves large scale energy storage milestone

    1:10 am

    RedFlow achieves large scale energy storage milestone

    RedFlow shares are expected to rise after the company completed its initial trials with its prototype large scale energy storage system. The company is partnering with the circa $6B Flextronics for manufacturing, with commercial volumes expected before the end of 2015.

  • Plymouth Minerals edges closer to tungsten-tin drilling at Morille in Spain

    Wed 3:16 am

    Plymouth Minerals edges closer to tungsten-tin drilling at Morille in Spain

    Phase 2 drilling at Plymouth Mineral’s Morille Tungsten-Tin project in Spain will follow up earlier drilling this year that confirmed high-grade mineralisation and the widespread extension of mineralisation within the Project.  New drilling will obtain geotechnical, structural and metallurgical information in areas which are deemed prospective for resource generation.