Collectibles Market is segmented By Product (Coins, Stamps, Shares, Militaria, Books, Music, Timepieces and Scientific Instruments, Sports Memorabilia, Maps, Porcelain and Glass, Vintage Fashion, Nature, Autographs, Ephemera, Spare Parts of Classic Cars, Toys, Comics, Film Posters, Film Prop, Cameras, Photos, Ethnic, Art Deco, Victorian, Diving, Horse Riding, High-End Stereos, and Sailing Spare Parts) and Region (United States, Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Russia, China, India, Philippines, Malaysia, Australia, Austria, South Korea, Middle East, Japan, Africa, Rest of World)
Collectibles market size was estimated at $372 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $522 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of x.7% during the forecast period of 2021 to 2028.
A Collectibles is an item whose monetary value is far more than its original sale value. These Collectibles are valuable because of their rarity and popularity. Many collectibles can go for a massive amount if they are rare. The worth of these collectibles depends upon how many items are available and their overall condition. A collector spends a lot of time collecting a particular item of his interest and stores them in the appropriate atmosphere so that it will not get ruined.
Collectibles Market Growth and Trend
The TAM for Collectibles was estimated at around $440 billion in 2020. The industry has experienced robust growth in revenue generation in recent years due to the online sale of antiques and collectibles globally. The significant rise in the global Collectibles market can be attributed to the growing economic condition and emerging e-commerce platforms. Moreover, accelerating disposable income of the customer has encouraged them to spend more money on Collectibles items. This factor will benefit the industry’s long-term expansion. Furthermore, collecting as a form of investment and digital sale of the collectibles are the two new trends positively shaping the trajectory for the global Collectibles market.
On the recommendation of financial advisors and experts, investors are investing 5% to 10% of their portfolio in collectibles. The increased investment in collectibles is driven by capital appreciation, safe financial haven, and portfolio diversification. On the other hand, trading in collectibles through digital platforms is expected to witness significant growth. The sale of these luxurious items has increased even after the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic. The collectibles market has seen a significant and lasting change in the online channels for the trading of antiques and other collectibles. Moreover, the soaring popularity and growing awareness of people regarding the digital sale of Collectibles items will further escalate the market growth during the forecast period.
Collectibles Market Segmentation
The global Collectibles market is segmented on the basis of product and region. The product segment of the Collectibles market includes coins, stamps, shares, militaria, books, music, timepieces and scientific instruments, sports memorabilia, maps, porcelain and glass, vintage fashion, nature, autographs, ephemera, spare parts of classic cars, toys, comics, film posters, film prop, cameras, photos, ethnic, art deco, Victorian, diving, horse riding, high-end stereos, and sailing spare parts. The coins and stamps segment holds a significant share in the collectibles market, respectively. However, the sports memorabilia segment is anticipated to grow at a high rate.
Collectibles Market Country Analysis
North America holds the largest market share for collectibles, owing to the increasing interest of the Americans in collecting luxurious items and the rise in retailing opportunities in the collectibles market. Moreover, the transforming lifestyle and growing awareness of people regarding collectibles as an investment will further escalate the growth of the European Collectibles market over the forecast time frame.
Collectibles Market Share and Competition
The major players operating in the online retailing of antiques and other Collectibles items are Amazon, Ruby Lane, Webstore, Artfire, Etsy, Craiglist, eBay, Bonanza, OLX, Rehab Vintage Interiors, Red Line Vintage, Omerohome, Tara Shaw Antiques, The Good Mod, Shopify, Antiques and Chatchkes, and Just Vintage Home.
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Industry Segmentation and Revenue Breakdown
Product Analysis (Revenue, USD Million, 2021 - 2028)
• Timepieces and Scientific Instruments
• Sports Memorabilia
• Porcelain and Glass
• Vintage Fashion
• Spare Parts of Classic Cars
• Film Posters
• Film Prop
• Art Deco
• Horse Riding
• High-End Stereos
• Sailing Spare Parts
Region Analysis (Revenue, USD Million, 2021 – 2028)
• United States
• United Kingdom
• South Korea
• Middle East
• Rest of World
Collectibles Market Companies
• Ruby Lane
• Rehab Vintage Interiors
• Red Line Vintage
• Tara Shaw Antiques
• The Good Mod
• Antiques and Chatchkes
• Just Vintage Home
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