Is Winston Churchill memorabilia 2012's best investment?
Growing numbers of investors are realising the potential of Winston Churchill memorabilia
Paul Fraser Collectibles, Tuesday 17 January 2012
Few would dare to question the difference he made in the second world war, but can Winston Churchill memorabilia have a similarly beneficial impact on your portfolio?
That's a question growing numbers of investors seeking diversity are finding out for themselves, with positive results.
In fact, the market for Winston Churchill memorabilia is booming.
A half-finished cigar sold for £4,500 ($6,910) in a UK sale in 2010, while a set of his dentures made £17,480 ($26,830) at Bonhams in 2010, 249.6% above their £5,000 ($7,670) estimate.
But it is the signature of the former British prime minister that is causing the most excitement among long-term investors.
Churchill-signed photos have grown 7.82% pa in value since 2000, from £2,600 ($4,000) to £5,950 ($9,160), according to the PFC40 Autograph Index.
Our experts have obtained one of the rarest items of Winston Churchill memorabilia available: a handwritten letter by Churchill, written in 1904, long before his exploits in the second world war.
It is available for £4,950 ($7,600), which some may consider something of a steal considering recent auction results and the steady upward progression of the market.
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Opportunities to enter this buoyant and enjoyable market are few. We urge you to act without delay.
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