16. January 2009 12:08
Investing in celebrity autographs is safer than stocks or savings, the Sun reported yesterday. The value of Sir Paul McCartney's signature has risen from £125 ten years ago to £1500 today.
Stamp specialists Stanley Gibbons, who were behind the index, said: "People see autographs as something tangible."
Read the full story here.
If you want to invest in football memorabilia, then we suggest our England 1966 replica shirt, signed by ten of the winning team, including the late Alan Ball. Stocks are dwindling and for obvious reasons will never be replaced.