Paul Fraser Collectibles



2015-06-26 10:43:36

Paul Fraser Collectibles specialises in a wide range of investment grade collectibles, along with providing an online news service and video channel for its readers.


The company deals in a wide range of investment-grade collectibles, from rare postage stamps and coins to historic documents, music and celebrity memorabilia, collectible artwork, medals and decorations, watches and rare books.

Although the company stocks modern-day autographs and collectibles with prices starting at £100, the focus is primarily on the rarest and most historically important pieces of history with prices rising to hundreds of thousands of pounds.

One of the company’s main specialities is autographs, and the items available range from 20th century icons such as Marilyn Monroe and John Lennon and Neil Armstrong, to important historical figures like Henry VIII, Charles Dickens and George Washington.

Paul Fraser Collectibles also offers a free catalogue of current inventory to clients on their mailing list.

Current inventory includes:


The website features 12 separate categories of collectibles, each with its own list of available stock items and daily news stories.
These are:

New service

The News section of the website features regularly-updated international stories covering all areas of the collectibles markets, from auction results and market reports to expert interviews, collector profiles and investment tips.

The site offers a free subscription news service, and currently has subscribers in more than 212 countries worldwide.

Investing in collectibles

The company offers a variety of investment-grade collectibles to its clients, featuring high-end collectibles such as historic autographs, coins and artwork.

It also produces in-depth investment reports on every major collectibles market, and offers information on the growing area of alternative investments.

PFC40 Autograph Index

The PFC40 Autograph Index is an index detailing the price performance of 40 of the most regularly traded celebrity autographs.

Please see Main article: PFC40 Autograph Index

Ownership and expertise

The company is headed by Paul Fraser, who has over 35 years of experience in the collectibles markets, and has during his career has personally been responsible for more than $300 million of investment grade collectibles sales.

This includes the famous Kirkcudbright Penny Black cover, sold to The Royal Philatelic Collection of Queen Elizabeth II in 2001.

Fraser's world-renowned expertise in Beatles memorabilia has also seen him involved in the sale of notable collections such as John Lennon’s childhood stamp collection and earliest autograph, which was purchased by The Smithsonian Institution in 2005.

Alongside Paul is Adrian Roose, who has over 20 years of experience in the market and an expertise in rare postage stamps that has seen him handle the sale of over $100 million in philatelic material.

His other notable sales have included a collection of historic correspondence by Albert Einstein and four works by Pablo Picasso.

120% guarantee

The company is known for dealing in historically significant collectibles with impeccable provenance. On these items, Paul Fraser Collectibles offers a unique 120% guarantee

Affiliated companies

Paul Fraser Collectibles has a sister company A Small Piece Of History, which specialises in historic and celebrity hair along with other unique items of memorabilia from figures such as Justin Bieber, Michael Jackson, John F. Kennedy and Elvis Presley.


The experts at Paul Fraser Collectibles are often requested in interviews about historical collectibles and memorabilia. They have been quoted in the Telegraph, the NME, The Guardian, The First Post and many more.

They have also appeared on BBC Radio Scotland, RTE Radio One and BBC Parliament's The Record Review.

List of notable tems

Main article: List of notable Paul Fraser Collectibles stock items

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