There are so many benefits to buying vintage and antique furniture pieces. You might be an antique collector, but even if you aren’t, you can still bag well-made furniture at reasonable prices when you choose to shop vintage. Older items also have more character, which adds a unique appeal to your home as well.
Coin collection is a pastime that’s enjoyed by millions across the world. And while most coins are almost worthless, there are a few that are so priceless that they’re worth many millions. These are some of the most valuable coins that have ever been sold at an auction.
Vintage clothing is clothing that was popular at one point or another but slowly faded into obscurity and found its way into Goodwill outlets and second hand clothing stores around the world. This is clothing that no longer has a place in modern society, but due to its unique nature, has plenty of value to the collector.
Movie memorabilia is a huge business, and there are plenty of wealthy fans out there willing to spend millions to get their hands on a one-of-a-kind prop. Of course, anyone would be able to pick up a B-class film prop or two with a few hundred dollars and an eBay account, but as for silver screen classics and their props, typically only the wealthiest and most passionate collectors are able to nab them. Here are some of the world’s most valuable (and expensive) movie props of all time!
While your house may be filled with second-hand furniture from days of old, it would rarely fetch a high price at auction. Antiques on the other hand actually become more valuable they older they become and the price will depend on its age, its condition, how many pieces are still in existence, the craftsmanship, and if there is any historical significance. With this in mind, let’s explore the most expensive antique furniture ever sold.
Collecting vintage cars is a hobby that not everyone is able to indulge in mostly for financial reasons. The rare, truly classic cars can often be worth millions, and are only sold in exclusive galleries around the world. But not every collector needs to spend piles of money to start their own vintage car collection.
Building a collection of any kind takes time and money, and depending exactly on what’s being collected, the expenses can quickly rise up into six or even seven figures. These are the collections that are put together by people that want the best of the best, and have the money and resources to do it without going bankrupt.