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Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi bought this man's bed for an undisclosed sum in 2010, stating that it was "priceless".
Collectors have contacted us on several occasions seeing if we can get them this historical figure's penis, currently owned by a US collector, and valued at $100,000.
This man is going to be big news in 2015, and again in 2021.
And there's more reasons why you should be investing in this great character, who died 191 years ago, on May 5, 1821.
Strong historical performance
- 14.70% pa: The average value of his signed letters grew 14.70% pa in value between 2000 and 2011, from £995 ($1,545) to £4,500 ($6,990), according to the PFC40 Autograph Index.
- 440%: His wine glass sold for £10,800 ($16,730) in June 2011, 440% above its £2,000 pre-sale estimate.
- £276,000 ($427,500): His handwritten, signed love letter to his future wife made £276,000 ($427,500) in 2007.
I'm talking about arguably the world's greatest military tactician, a man who dragged Europe into the modern age, a name that resounds through history.
In the words of the Duke of Wellington, when asked who was the greatest general of the age: "In this age, in past ages, in any age, Napoleon!"
And the fun for investors in the Little General is just beginning.
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- 2015 and 2021: The 200th anniversaries of both the Battle of Waterloo and Napoleon's death will spark major commemorations around the world, just as took place in 1969 on his 200th birthday.
The events will boost his profile and increase demand for his collectibles, with new buyers entering the market.
- £9,500 ($15,390): Lord Nelson's signed letters are valued at £9,500 ($15,390) by the PFC40 Autograph Index. We expect Napoleon to catch up sooner rather than later.
Napoleon memorabilia is extremely rare, and opportunities to own historical signed Napoleonic documents are rarer still.
We have just a few such items available, handpicked for their investment potential.
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P.S. Napoleon signed documents are up 14.70% pa since 2000 - this is your chance to invest before values rise still further
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