Whilst curating this range, I was filled with a happy nostalgia that transported me back to a mid-90’s childhood, when the etcher-sketch was the closest thing to a tablet and imagination was the supreme resource!
Here is a rundown of the most cherished collectables range of the year!
Auctioneers Vectis, based in Stockton-on- Tees, had valued the book between £300 and £500, but what made it attractive to Harry Potter fans were star-studded signatures inside the cover.
t was autographed by the stars of the movie version, including Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe. At the time Daniel was only 11-years-old
From James Bond to Harry Potter to Marvel and every corner of the imagination in between, we find ourselves captivated by memorabilia commemorating our Silver Screen favourites and let’s face it – we all have them!
Without further ado here’s why demand for movie collectables is so high and why my top 5 fit the bill perfectly…Read More
Peter Pan is one of the most loved children’s stories of all time. The iconic character of the boy who never grew up flying off to Neverland over the London skyline isone of the most famous moments in children’s literature. However what comes as a surprise to many people is that in 1929, author JM…Read More
At 2pm yesterday a brand NEW coin was unveiled in Liverpool at the John Lennon Peace Monument. There’s no prizes for guessing who is featured on the coin! Of course, the international music legend himself, John Lennon. And we were lucky enough to be in Liverpool for the LIVE unveiling of the coin. We certainly…Read More
As Daniel Craig becomes the longest serving 007 James Bond movie props are a licence to thrill April 2019 marked another milestone in the James Bond saga when Daniel Craig surpassed Roger Moore as the longest serving actor to play 007. Double 0 may mean a licence to kill, but agents are not expected to…Read More
– Author’s letters to a Professor sell for £12,000 – First edition Tales go for £3,500. – Miss Potter inspirations are becoming priceless Easter is fast approaching and the thoughts of many turn to chocolate eggs, bonnets and bunnies. But for Collectors one bunny stands out all year round – Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit. The…Read More