In an ongoing auction season, we have come across gamut of paintings, artwork, and sculptures being sold. Amongst others one cannot afford to sideline their USP which shares a great amount of commonality. Most of the items that have reached auction hall share the similar behavior as that of a wine—that becomes much bitter as it grows old.
Following this, proud owners of the first edition books along with auction houses have been making big bucks by bestowing the masterpiece to the deserving candidate who has a heart to value its real price. Realizing this way of making an investment, lately first edition of Emily Bronte novel Wuthering Heights written in 1847 got sold for an astounding $228,000 (£114,000).
This is the clear indication that the maintenance of the belongings can offer you big returns. Telegraph has much more to share if you plan to enter the valued book souk.