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Grandstand Sports & Memorabilia is one of the largest providers of unique memorabilia in the sports and entertainment industry.
In sum, it is the price of memorabilia of The Beatles which has tended to out strip that of all of the other artists and groups of the last 50 years.
Items for the auction are still being accepted; with a specialist sporting memorabilia and collectors valuation day taking place at Anthemion Auctions on September 27 between 9am and 4pm.
Another auctioneering firm, Bonhams, has suggested that bolder investors are turning to sports memorabilia and viewing it a form of alternative investment, much like fine wine and forestry.
Although competitors may only carry traditional memorabilia, Authentic Sports Collectibles carries common and rare pieces.
5 million for the "Gone With the Wind" best picture Oscar statue at Sotheby's auction, one of the highest prices ever paid for memorabilia at auction.
Joyce said: "I want his bust out of The Wave Museum and in the Maritime Museum with all his memorabilia.
He further said that these memorabilia would be displayed at a prominent place where people from all walks of life can see them.
The new partnership means that for the first time, consumers will have the chance to own officiallylicensed ECB cricket memorabilia.
He estimates the room holds most, but not all of the memorabilia he has collected in the last 20 years.
Spokesman Jason Cornthwaite added: "There is a lot of money to be made in rock memorabilia.
The Swann auction is dealing with a certain caliber and certain kind of African Americana; not a lot of it is traditional, stereotypical black memorabilia.