What are the most valuable collectibles?

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The most valuable collectibles in the world are aged bottles of wine. Other valuable collectibles include a piece of meteorite, comic books, war memorabilia, pop culture items, stamps, guitars, autographs, sports memorabilia, photographs, coins, books, car, diamonds, and paintings. Items in pop culture can include John Lennon's psychedelic Rolls Royce and limited edition Beanie Babies. It all depends on how much someone is willing to pay. Many people collect spoons from different US states. They don't have anything other than sentimental value.
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The ones that every one else is looking for! The 1933 Double Eagle. Coins have been minted for 2500+ years and value is the "eye of the beholder" if u r a collector collect
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1. Choose a type or category of marbles that you want to collect: handmade or machine made. Handmade marbles were created by artisans using readily available materials such as clay.
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1. Comic Books. Comic books have always been a very popular collectible.
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1. What do you want to collect? Do you want to collect a certain year? Maybe a certain design, like the popular Buffalo nickel is interesting to you. Ad. 2. Develop a budget for buying
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