Autographs Store Scoops Top Ratings for TV Memorabilia Stocks

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Kent doesn’t seem the likeliest of places to be connected with several smash hit American TV series: but then it’s hardly any likelier to be the adopted home of British cricket and boxing fandom, and it’s managed to achieve that, too. All thanks to the energetic ministrations of Sittingbourne’s Autographs Store, a hugely ambitious (and resolutely successful) purveyor of all things memorabilia – from the signatures of British football stars to signed merchandise from uber-successful TV shows The Simpsons; Lost; and Twilight.

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That’s right – the Kent based autographs warehouse has scooped a regular gala night of high-end TV memorabilia to swell its rapidly growing stock base. Autographs Store has been going from strength to strength in recent years, to the extent that it is now able to add a crop of TV memorabilia to its existing boxing memorabilia, cricket memorabilia – and, of course, football memorabilia. From beginnings rooted in Britain’s favourite sports, Autographs Store has managed to spread its wings to encompass the nation’s favourite TV programmes too. Its new stock of TV memorabilia is due to be unveiled within the next few weeks, but sneak peeks suggest a preponderance of American heavy hitters like Lost; the Simpsons; Twilight; Hannah Montana; and even Desperate Housewives. That’s going to broaden audience appeal considerably – and that’s going to set Autographs Store apart for good, as a souvenir warehouse trusted by fans from all walks of life.

Autographs Store’s collection of boxing memorabilia has had fans of the squared circle in its corner for years – signed photos of Muhammad Ali tend to do that to a person – but its Film and TV memorabilia selections for the year ahead are, to an extent, eclipsing even that little lot. Muhammad Ali is impressive, to people who like boxing (or even know a touch about Black American history) – but Mickey Rourke? Arnold Schwarzenegger? Robert De Niro? Now that’s show business. An avid fan can now raid Autographs Store’s boxing memorabilia for a signed photo of the real deal – Jake La Motta – before switching pages on their rapidly expanding website to get their mitts on an excellent range of autographed Film and TV memorabilia featuring Robert De Niro playing the same man.

Autographs Store aren’t neglecting their traditional clients, mind – just adding new dimensions to an already thriving business. The cricket memorabilia and football memorabilia sections are still very much in evidence – with the cricket memorabilia doing justice to all the nation’s recent heroes. Since England’s somewhat surprising victory in the 20Twenty, cricket memorabilia has experienced an out of season surge, to which Autographs Store are responding with their customary agility.

Everywhere a fan looks on their site, new stock is popping up like mushrooms – TV memorabilia, boxing memorabilia, cricket memorabilia – in response to current trends, future demand and tested favourites. The only real question is, which one to go for? With free delivery throughout the UK on the lot, the choice is endless and even more affordable than one thinks. So what’s it to be? Homer Simpson, Beefy Botham – or maybe both?

Autographs Store is a Kent based sports memorabilia warehouse supplying authentic signed mementoes for all major sports and celebrities.

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