Sotheby's presentation of the Stuart Weitzman Collection is just phenomenal
After watching the Sotheby's video and reading the article, I just need to say...
The way this collection is being presented is just phenomenal.
We talk about coins being appreciated as art to attain the next level of value. This is presented like art.
We talk about grades not mattering for unique coins. None of these items are graded and they are all shown raw.
The Sotheby's presentation is like dining at a French Restaurant, and going back in time.
Perhaps this is to be expected as Weitzman is a designer. It is a wonderful experience.
Click through, watch the video, and read the article.
What a great intro showing the collection being walked in via a briefcase.
Did Stuart write his stylized initials on the world's most valuable stamp?
The most valuable US stamp is "printed in Red, White, and Blue, what more could you ask?"
Like Cardinal holding his top coin raw.
What a nice set. It really is like sitting down and being served at a French restaurant.