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  • 1920s Coca-Cola bottle lamp estimated at $9,000 in advertising sale
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    Will Davison
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1920s Coca-Cola bottle lamp estimated at $9,000 in advertising sale

Muhammad Ali memorabilia may seem an unlikely starting point for reinvigorating faltering portfolios, yet many seasoned investors are finding "The Greatest" a superb man to have in their corner.

The Muhammad Ali memorabilia market focuses on two key areas: bout used apparel and autographs.

Muhammad Ali's autograph has risen in value by 13.38% a year since 2000, according to the PFC40 Autograph Index.

In November we saw the trunks Ali wore in his 1971 defeat to Joe Frazier make $173,102 at auction.

That figure represents an 8.25% pa rise in value when compared with the $57,500 achieved in 1997 for a pair of Ali trunks from his 1975 bout with George Foreman.

On occasion, the two areas combine. A pair of early training gloves, signed "Cassius Clay", sold for $22,000 in 2010, $18,000 above estimate.

The figures suggest that the desire for Muhammad Ali memorabilia has taken a major step forward in recent years.

A realisation among investors that Ali may not be around for much longer is a key factor behind the surge in demand and value, ahead of an anticipated flood of nostalgic collectors entering the market.

We recently sold Ali's sweat trunks for £950 ($1,425), which will probably appear quite a steal in years to come.

Investors looking for the diversity and enjoyment that Muhammad Ali memorabilia can offer would be well advised to consider a wonderful photograph of Ali with the Beatles, signed by the boxer, that we have available today for £1,950 (approx. $3,050).

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A signed Ali photo with the Beatles is available for £1,950 (approx. $3,050).

We believe the dynamic shot and bold autograph offer real profit potential over the coming years.

As with all our items, you will also receive:

· A certificate of authenticity with lifetime moneyback guarantee

· Free insured delivery

· Free storage (if required)

To purchase this superb piece of Muhammad Ali memorabilia or to discuss other collectibles investments, please contact us at:

+44 (0) 117 933 9503

Or click here to register your interest in alternative investments.

"You and your company have done an incredible job in helping those like me get a handle on the collectable market, and using that information as a tool to invest."

Paul Fraser Collectibles customer

  • Post author
    Will Davison
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