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Top tips for kickstarting your sports memorabilia collection

Ready to take your love for sports to the next level? Are you looking to start a new hobby that is both fascinating and profitable? Look no further than sports memorabilia collection!

But before you dive in, consider these top tips for getting started in this exciting world:

  • Start with a specific focus: Decide on a sport or team that you are interested in collecting memorabilia for. This will help you to narrow down your search and make it easier to find items that you will be passionate about.
  • Research before you buy: Before you make a purchase, research the item and the market to ensure that you are getting a fair price and that the item is authentic.
  • Look for items with provenance: Items with provenance, or a history of ownership, can be both more interesting and more valuable. Look for items that have been used or worn by famous players, or have been present at historic events.
  • Invest in high-quality items: Invest in high-quality items that are in good condition, as they will hold their value better over time.
  • Join a community: Join a community of sports memorabilia collectors, such as online forums or local clubs. This will give you access to a wealth of knowledge and resources, as well as the opportunity to connect with other enthusiasts.
  • Get an appraisal: Get an appraisal for your collection, this will help you to understand the value of your collection and make it easier to insure it. To request an appraisal from our specialist team, complete our valuation form.
  • Be patient: Building a collection takes time. Be patient and focus on finding the right items rather than trying to acquire everything at once.

Lastly, buy what you like and collect the things that will bring you joy when you look at them!

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