Royal Doulton Collectors ClubLL
A note to viewers:
The Collectors Club is asking it's viewers to send your thoughts and comments to us regarding the future of collecting Royal Doulton, or for that matter, collecting in general.
As depressing as it is, the Club will continue hoping that someone with a miracle cure for the Club will be greatly appreciated.
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You're looking at Lord Horatio Viscount Nelson, the most famous British Naval officer. Famous for the battle of Trafalgar in 1805. A +- 100 foot high statue erected in London celebrates his victory. This is not a replica. It is an original. The replicas are stamped on the bottom as being replicas.
Do You Know This Guy?
Clue: He's not too popular around Portugal
Issue No. 11
The Official And Only Royal Doulton Collectors Club
Buy & Sell Broker: We are glad to help you buy and sell RD items on the net. just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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No phone number as I am hard of hearing.
Make Royal Doulton Great Again
Royal Doulton is one of the oldest companies that has gone from manufacturing essentials (sewer pipe) to Antiques and Collectibles.
There have been periods when Antiques and Collectibles (refer to as A&C) haven't faired too well in the marketplace; we are engaged in one at the present time. It was a coincidental that Doulton left England to establish production in Indonesia, all in search of a marketplace and money with the downturn in A&C. It is contributed to the death of old timers, downsizing and the technological advances such as the Internet and Cell Phone. The marketplace is filled with sellers and very few buyers.
In the long run Royal Doulton will still be around with leadership or without. The items are in the marketplace and management can't control them.
With all the negatives and few positives, I can only cover up the negatives with an educated guess into the future.
If you want to leave your great grand-kids a great inheritance, don't even try to sell your Royal Doulton items. Take quality photographs of your items similar to those you see on the Internet and pack your items away in boxes with all the other stuff and save them for the next generation.That way you won't lose money, but create an inheritance. You can put them up at: http://www.coachmanantiques.com' and then go to: royaldoultoncollectorsclub.
You haven't lost any money, you've just saving it for the future. Isn't that a good way to avoid telling the truth, that it may take many years to recover your cost.
We can't face the truth on many things in our lifetime, but this one is painless and may be enjoyable, not like going to the Dentist (I was a Dentist for 35 years and I miss it greatly.