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Before Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies came along, people bought things that could be physically held! From children’s toys to vinyl – these things are not only to be enjoyed and played but many of these have proven to also provide a sound investment.

From comic books to cars and even cornflakes, it seems there’s always money to be made. Take a look below at just some of the products you probably now wish you had invested in, while we reveal what you should be buying now to cash in, in years to come.


So, what will go up in price tomorrow? What should we be keeping hold of and storing away safely in the loft?

Pop memorabilia is always popular – if you can get your hands on a signed autograph or t-shirt from a well known artist or even a costume from a popular movie then there could be a strong profit made.

Furniture that doesn’t cost the earth but could be valuable in years to come include mid-century furniture. Collectors are flocking to more modern pieces made in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s and there are bargains to be had on auction sites now which could turn a profit decades later.

We’ve seen a flurry of new Star Wars films lately and those in the know will be collecting new toys connected to these new films. In years to come they could sell for much more than they paid for them.

Collectable fashion has always provided a high return – look at those Birkin bags by Hermes. But you can collect relatively low cost fashion items from by-gone designers such as Biba and they’ll continue to grow in value.


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