Concert posters from the 1960s and the 1970s are starting to soar in value as demand for these art works picks up.
As works of art, concert posters detailing the top artists, bands and venues of the time are a great alternative investment to consider. Plus, they're much more affordable than many other forms of collectibles.
But like any investment, there are potential pitfalls. So what do yo... ››› more
There are a huge number of collectibles that make great long-term investments.
Whilst you may think of art, antiques, coins and stamps as collectibles, there are other areas where interest is growing and prices are rising.
One such genre of collectibles is concert posters.
So how can you start investing in concert posters?
Read on to find out…
The ins and outs of concert poste... ››› more
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