You're a collector.
And you're serious about autographs.
You've picked up some superb items over the years.
World leaders. Pop culture icons. Some of the greatest names from history.
But there's one major signature I suspect you're missing.
An incredibly rare autograph from a man who hated signing his name.
How do I know?
Because you're not alone. It's a notable gap in most collections.
Which is ironic really.
Because it's written in the streets of almost every city in the world.
A genuine 20th century icon
Che Guevara is the definition of an icon.
He's become the symbol for political rebellion around the world.
You'll find his image on everything, from mugs and T-shirts to walls in war-torn countries. But you'll barely find his signature on anything at all.
Why? Two reasons:
1) He lived a short life
Guevara spent most of his career fighting guerilla warfare and hiding in jungles, mountains and safe-houses.
After the Cuban Revolution he spent just six years in the spotlight, as a political figure on the international stage.
And when he was killed in Bolivia in 1967, he was only 39 years old.
He simply didn't have time to leave that many signatures behind.
2) He almost never signed autographs
They were against his principles.
As a humble man of the people, he saw them as self-important.
So the main source of Che Guevara autographs are official certificates from his time in office, as part of the Revolutionary government.
(He hated signing these as well.)
The majority of them never made it out of Cuba.
And due to the humid climate, and hurricanes which devastated the island, most of these vintage documents are unlikely to have survived.
But here's one of the few that did.
And it's a beauty.
Signed by Che Guevara
It's an official Cuban government 'Honourable Mention' certificate.
Signed by Che Guevara as Finance Minister in March 1962.
It's a large and impressive document, measuring 14" by 11", with vintage graphics that capture the spirit of the revolution.
It's preserved in fine condition after more than 60 years.
And here's the unmistakable signature.
Three letters and the famous flourish beneath.
Guevara made his signature as tiny as possible to show his humility.
So this is the smallest autograph you'll ever own.
But also one of the finest.
The mark of a great collection
As a historic figure, Che Guevara's legacy casts a large shadow today.
The Cuban Revolution permanently changed the shape of global politics (and almost sparked a nuclear war).
It's impossible to tell the story of the 20th century without him.
And that's why his memorabilia is so sought-after by collectors.
But with so few genuine example out there, most are left empty-handed.
So I've always felt that owning a Guevara autograph is the sign of a dedicated collector. A mark of distinction in the hobby.
Because they're not easy to acquire. It takes patience to find the right piece.
But in my experience, the pride of ownership is well worth the wait.
Own this superb autograph today
So here's your chance to fill that gap in your collection.
To acquire a major 20th century autograph most collectors will never own.
A name that will sit proudly next to Churchill, Mandela and JFK.
Che Guevara's image - and his signature - are iconic symbols recognized around the world.
But this highly rare certificate lets you own the real thing.
A beautiful vintage display piece.
100% authentic. Signed by his hand in Havana, Cuba.
I have this single example in stock. It may be years before I see another.
So buy it today for just £4,950 ($6,146).
This signed photograph comes with a Lifetime Moneyback Guarantee and my Certificate of Authenticity.
And don't forget, delivery is completely free and fully insured.
So if you're serious about your autographs, don't miss this opportunity.
Email me today at email@example.com.
Call me on +44 (0) 117 933 9500.
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I look forward to hearing from you.
Until next time,