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Euro 2012 memorabilia: An investment?

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Imagine how much a England 1966 memorabilia is worth these days. Actually don't bother, just look on ebay. It's worth a lot.

Which brings us on to these. Check out image one. That's a mini England football jersey signed by the complete Euro 2012 squad and will cost you £199.

Also available are autographs from Steven Gerrard, Ashley Young and Wayne Rooney, each coming with its own certificate of authenticity signed by a member of The FA. Signed bios by Steven Gerrard and John Terry cost £75. Supporters can also buy a segment of the match ball used during England Vs Wales which has been professionally framed and signed by the game’s goal scorer – Ashley Young (Priced at £99).

Now all they have to do is win the tournament and everything octuples in value. Octuples isn't a word. And England probably won't do that. There's the risk.

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