Facsimile

"The representation of a certain mystery that bestows a new life to an old book or text. At the same time it is a work where everything is reproduced – the print itself, initials, stains or accidents that somewhat become the heroes of the given book."

Ars auro gemmisque prior...

... "Art is worth more than gold and gems"…The global works of the art market has seen rapid development over recent years, and prices are on a constant rise. Prices in this market are reaching record-breaking levels because the number of potential buyers is growing, while the numbers of available works of art are diminishing.
In the modern world, facsimiles are treated as an exceptional investment. Restrictively limited print-runs, the extremely complex manufacturing process, and unavailability - all make them not only a real treat for collectors, but also much desired items for investors who wish to mitigate their risk by placing funds in works of art which are considered a safe investment. It often happens that the value of a new edition of a facsimile increases significantly in a short span of time, reaching prices ranging from over a dozen to tens of thousands of dollars. Around the world there are many specialized publishing houses that create facsimile books. The premiere of each new item is not only a big publishing and cultural event, but also a big opportunity for investors. The uniqueness of facsimiles is best evidenced, by the fact that they have become one of the most exclusive gifts. Those bestowed with facsimiles include religious leaders, heads of states and eminent persons.

The Golden Three

Restrictively limited print-runs, the extremely complex manufacturing process, and unavailability - all make them not only a real treat for collectors, but also much desired items for investors who wish to mitigate their risk by placing funds in works of art which are considered a safe investment. It often happens that the value of a new edition of a facsimile increases significantly in a short span of time, reaching prices ranging from over a dozen to tens of thousands of dollars. Around the world there are many specialized publishing houses that create facsimile books. The premiere of each new item is not only a big publishing and cultural event, but also a big opportunity for investors. The uniqueness of facsimiles is best evidenced, by the fact that they have become one of the most exclusive gifts. Those bestowed with facsimiles include religious leaders, heads of states and eminent persons.
The most valuable book in the world is the Gutenberg Bible printed in 1456 by Johann Gutenberg. Only 20 complete copies have survived until today.
The next item is Codex Leicester written by Leonardo da Vinci. Its first owner was Thomas Coke who purchased the codex in 1717. In 1994 it was purchased by Bill Gates for a whopping 30.8 million US dollars.
The third book is First Folio, the first printed edition of Shakespeare’s 36 plays. Around 1000 copies of the First Folio were printed. Each of the surviving 228 copies is estimated to be worth around 22.6 million US dollars.

Something for Aesthetes...

Previously unavailable masterpieces are now within your reach. Art is a source of inspiration and that is why we want our reproductions to provide exceptional aesthetic experiences.

...or a Luxury Gift

Birthdays; anniversaries; moments of treasure. The original and unique gift…for the exceptional event... in both professional and private life. An opportunity to make an unforgettable impression.
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