A1 Sporting Memorabilia where pleased to contribute and be recommended as part of an article in the Mail on Sunday.
The article highlights the great investment that signed sports memorabilia can be and mentions some great examples like the 1930 World Cup poster designed by the late Uruguayan artist Guillermo Laborde – valued at £5,000 – “ten times its price in the Eighties”. Unfortunately we do not have the original for sale, but you can buy a great replica for just £9.99!
Uruguay 1930 World Cup poster & Sir Geoff Hurst's 1966 original shirt
Another great example in the fascinating article is the sale of hat-trick hero Sir Geoff Hurst’s original 1966 shirt in 2000 that sold for a £91,750. Sir Geoff Hurst’s spare shirt goes under the hammer next month but if your budget cannot stretch to the conservative £8,000 estimate we have some fantastic replica England shirts personally signed by Sir Geoff Hurst himself. Click here to view our full range of football memorabilia signed by Sir Geoff Hurst.
To read the full Daily Mail article – “It wasn’t very valuable then. . . it is now” – online please click here.
Also read – This Is Money – How to invest in World Cup memorabilia