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Investing in photography

Tuesday, March 06, 2007
And why “Australian photographs are a good buy”….

A SQUARE :: 06Mar07 Investing in photography
Category Photography
Author Sona Blessing
Fiona Lake produces limited edition fine-art quality photographic prints, postcards and is the author of “A Million Acre Masterpiece”.

How investible are “photographs” as an asset class?

There is such a wide range available that everyone can find a photographer who specialises in a subject and with a style that appeals to them.

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