Baby boomers are the foundation of the market because of the wealth they’ve amassed as a group during their careers. “They have huge buying power and nostalgia for sports memorabilia, such as baseball cards and jerseys of their favorite players,” says Anita Heriot, chief executive of Pall Mall Art Advisors.
The field of strategic philanthropy is more sophisticated and complex than ever. More individuals are implementing a philanthropic strategy using collections of wine, art, jewelry and other tangible assets to help make a greater impact in the lives of others.
Learn how to make art acquisitions that yield long-term returns. Anita Heriot, President of Pall Mall Art Advisors, shares her guidance on key criteria for acquiring high-quality artwork with HNW member organization Tiger21.
In this blog post we share acquisition picks from the Fall Auction Season by the PMAA team. We hope you enjoy our selection and please don’t hesitate to reach out with any enquiries you may have.
When dealing with a potential loss due to an impending tragedy, such as the recent wild fires around the Getty and Northern California, have you considered adding a Visual Inventory to your risk management strategy?
Like fine art, many collectibles have seen significant appreciation in value over the past decade. This includes classic cars; which collectors purchase because they are passionate about the cars and can enjoy the asset.
Whether you are building a wine, art or trading card collection, or determining the best way to sell your tangible assets, there are fundamental steps to follow.
Pall Mall Art Advisors is proud to announce the opening of our new regional office in historic Charleston, S.C., allowing our experienced team of appraisers and advisors to serve our clients in the southeastern United States.
‘Blue Chip’ coins, like stocks, have demonstrated long-term investment security and growth. PMAA’s Director of Consignments, Kerry Lee Jeffery, explains what can be considered the ‘Blue Chip’ areas of numismatic collections.
2018 was a very busy year for both auction houses and the private sector, with global art market sales reaching $67.4 billion up 6% year-on-year. Read on for a detailed discussion.