Investing in Rolling Stones memorabilia? Now is the time

The Rolling Stones are the world’s greatest rock band.

They’ve toured relentlessly for almost 60 years.

All are well into their 70s, but that’s soon forgotten when they take to the stage.

It sounds crazy to say they won’t be around forever.

But sadly, it’s true.

If you want to own a piece of Rolling Stones memorabilia, the best time to buy is right now.

Here’s why.

Prices are as low as they’re ever going to get

It’s hard to compare like with like when it comes to memorabilia.

But I’d argue you can put the Rolling Stones in the same category as the Beatles.

Both bands had an impact that went way beyond music. They were era-defining.

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There are few partnerships more iconic than the one between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards

Beatles memorabilia exploded in value a long time ago.

In 2015, the acoustic guitar John Lennon used to write some of the band’s earliest hits sold for $2.4m.

For the Rolling Stones, the highest price paid is $400,000 – set for a collection of photographs from a 1968 performance at the BBC.

You can still pick up autographs and signed records for less than £5,000 ($6,439).

This is as low as it’s going to get.

Any buyer looking for a potential investment should take the plunge now.

That’s because...

Demand will be through the roof  

The Stones have sold more than 250m records worldwide over the course of their career.

That’s a quarter of a billion.

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The band still project the energy they had at the beginning 

They maintain an enormous fan base to this day, selling out arenas around the globe.  

Unlike many bands of their era, their success is not tied to their own generation.

The aura of cool they’ve cultivated since the 1960s continues to bring in younger fans.

You can bet demand for memorabilia will rise over the next few years as members of the band pass away.

We’ve seen the same effect many times.


Supply is limited

Like many legendary bands, The Rolling Stones have kept a tight grip on their memorabilia.  

In 2016, the Saatchi Gallery hosted Exhibitionism – a major show featuring guitars, stage wear and other ephemera from across the band’s history.

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The Rolling Stones continue to wow crowds on every continent 

Most of the show was sourced from the Stones’ vast climate-controlled archive.

No one really knows what they’re planning to do with it in the years to come, but for now it’s locked up tight.

It may well become a museum.

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