- Royal memorabilia and a resurgence in Y2K, discover the vintage items set to rise in value in 2023.
- Royal Memorabilia
- Silver Cutlery
- Gold Sovereign
- 2000's resurgence
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Royal memorabilia and a resurgence in Y2K, discover the vintage items set to rise in value in 2023.
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Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in 2022, interest in Royal memorabilia has risen significantly. This together with popular Netflix series like The Crown and Harry & Meghan means collective intrigue in The Royal Family is higher than ever. Making 2023 a great time for those looking to buy or sell Royal memorabilia. Even better if it's autographed.
The popularity of melting silver into bullion continues to rise in 2023, meaning complete cutlery sets are becoming rarer. In turn, we expect an increase in the value of silver cutlery sets. An antique Georg Jensen set sold at Sotheby's Auction House recently for over £13,000.
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The price of gold tends to rise during times of economic uncertainty so people look to gold for its stability. As such, we expect gold and gold sovereigns to be popular with sellers and buyers alike in 2023. The rarer the coin, the higher its value. Vintage coins from the Victorian or George III era are of particular interest.
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The noughties revival continues into 2023 meaning your Y2K games consoles, Pokémon cards or designer handbags could reach their highest value this year.
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