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Season 2 of 'King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch' Launches on Netflix, Diving Deeper into the World of Rare Collectibles

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Netflix recently premiered Season 2 of 'King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch,' a documentary series that follows Ken Goldin, founder of Goldin Auctions, as he navigates the intricate and lucrative world of collectibles. This season expands on its predecessor by exploring even more extraordinary items, including a highly rare Honus Wagner baseball card (T206) graded at a 5 by SGC, and venturing into the comic book market.

Ken Goldin shared insights from the new season during a detailed Zoom interview, highlighting the enhanced production quality and a more relaxed on-camera presence of his team, many of whom are longtime employees who are not professional actors. "The first season set a solid foundation, and now we’ve really elevated everything from item selection to production values," Goldin noted.

This season, the series also takes viewers behind the scenes of major comic book deals, showcasing Goldin's multimillion-dollar transactions at Comic-Con and featuring a scene with over $250 million worth of sports cards. "We're tapping into pop culture significantly this season, which aligns with the viewer's broader interests and the escalating stakes in the collectibles market," Goldin explained.

Additionally, Goldin discussed the current state of the comic book market, comparing it to the sports cards market. He pointed out that while sports cards experienced a boom in early 2020, comic books did not see a significant surge until 2021. "The comic book market is smaller but growing, with fewer high-stake buyers compared to sports cards, yet it's a fascinating area with a lot of potentials," he said.

The series also delves into the emerging market for collectible tickets, with physical tickets becoming increasingly rare due to the shift towards digital formats. Goldin sees potential in this niche market, especially for tickets that can be authenticated and graded, increasing their collectibility and value.

All episodes of 'King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch' Season 2 are now streaming on Netflix, providing an in-depth look at the high-stakes world of collectibles through the lens of an industry leader.

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