Beatles autographs are a hot market for investors
The value of Beatles autographs has soared by 14.33% pa since 2000, an industry index shows
Paul Fraser Collectibles, Friday 2 March 2012
Autographs of the Fab Four are among the most sought-after items of Beatles memorabilia among collectors.
Investors entering the market with a view to adding some exciting diversity to their portfolios will do well to take note.
As while the clamour for Beatles signatures remains at its current high level, prices will remain strong.
This is particularly the case for items signed by all four members of the band. These are few in number and highly desirable.
The value of signed photos containing all four Beatles signatures has grown from £5,500 ($8,770) in 2000 to £24,000 ($38,270) today, according to the PFC40 Autograph Index - a rise of 14.33% pa.
In 2006 a copy of the US release Meet the Beatles, signed by John, Paul, George and Ringo, sold for $115,000 - making it the world's most expensive Beatles signed album.
The figures are hugely exciting. Yet how does the investor new to the scene become involved?
You can't do better than take a look at Paul Fraser Collectibles' Beatles stock.
Each item has been handpicked by our experts. We pride ourselves on the authenticity and potential long-term value of our collectibles.
There are only eight to 10 A Hard Days Night album covers signed by all four Beatles in existence, and we are delighted to have one of them.
This superb rarity is available today for £35,000 (approx. $55,700). It offers incredible value when compared with the $115,000 sale of Meet the Beatles.
The item is in fine condition, with some light wear to the edges.
Contact us for more details or to discuss other stunning Beatles autographs we have in stock, including this autographed postcard.
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