(PRWeb UK) June 25, 2010
Fans of any of the four areas Autographs Store has concentrated its new stock on will be delighted with the gear on offer. Take Autographs Store’s boxing memorabilia, for instance. There are signed photos of Muhammad Ali; Lennox Lewis; Sugar Ray Leonard; Amir Khan; even Jake “Raging Bull” La Motta. That’s pretty representative of the boxing world’s most beloved and legendary luminaries: and it’s a fair summation of Autographs Store’s attitude towards all of its collections of memorabilia. Rather than just retailing boxing memorabilia focusing on current heroes, the Kent souvenir warehouse has taken the trouble to source some genuinely interesting signatures (all certified authentic, of course) – and that interest is being reflected already in the response of potential buyers.
While Autographs Store’s cricket memorabilia doesn’t quite span the same breadth of times and heroes, it still manages to catch the eye of all but the most discerning cricket fan: current stars Freddy Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen are represented, as is long term legend Sir Ian “Beefy” Botham. As with all their souvenirs, Autographs Store’s cricket memorabilia is 100 genuine and will be posted free of charge to any destination within the UK.
Their golf memorabilia, similarly excellent, spans the whole period of popular modern golf – starting with Arnold Palmer in the 1950s and culminating in the sport’s current bad boy. Autographs Store has a fine selection of Tiger Woods items – which, if the “comeback” star’s current form is anything to go by, will soon be worth umpteen times as much as their list prices. There is, after all, nothing like a fallen hero to make the public sit up and start buying. All the golf memorabilia on the Autographs Store site is certified and, again, forms part of the free delivery offer by which they are looking to cement the loyalty of an already keen customer base.
Where Autographs Store really shines, though, is with its film memorabilia. Autographs Store has managed to amass an Oscar winning collection of film memorabilia – much of it brand new items hauled into stock in order to broaden the company’s retail horizons. Film stars and starlets old and new, super-cultured to full on action hero, rub shoulders with some of the medium’s most legendary figures. “Walking” through the film memorabilia section of the Autographs Store website is a bit like visiting that street in Hollywood where all the stars leave their handprints: only here, of course, customers can take their heroes home with them. From Adrian Brody to Arnie; Mel Gibson to Michael Caine. Autographs Store has really gone to town on its film memorabilia – a sure sign of a company with the contacts and know how to stay ahead of the pack.
Autographs Store is a Kent based supplier of sports and celebrity autographs. Their new stock is now available for free UK delivery.