Punks, kitties and virtual tulips: the technology underlying cryptocurrencies has created a whole new world of digital art
Art that fetched $27m in 2003 is now expected to fetch six times that. Can it be worth it?
Baseball cards that once sold for cents now fetch millions at auction. Chris Carter reports.
Chess sets come in all shapes and sizes – and some of them are very collectable, reports Chris Carter.
The whisky industry is steeped in history, but investing in the water of life has been brought up to date with P2P platforms and the blockchain.
Bill Gross, the former bond king, still occupies another throne – but he’s about to abdicate, says Chris Carter.
Prized first editions may look good on the book shelf, says Chris Carter. But for investor-collectors, that’s not where the real money is.
Money may not grow on trees, but it occasionally falls from the heavens. Chris Carter explains how to net it.
Pablo Picasso’s Femme au béret gets the auction season underway at Sotheby’s, says Chris Carter. But what’s more interesting than its sale price is what is says about its painter.
As a new year of auctions get under way, a treasure trove of memorabilia linked to Britain’s colonial past goes under the hammer.
There has been a flurry of sales in antiquities in recent weeks, says Chris Carter – and prices have held up surprisingly well.