PhotoBox, the UK's number one destination for photo lovers, has launched an exclusive commemorative range featuring iconic photography including a beautiful shot of the newly married couple emerging from Westminster Abbey courtesy of Chris Jackson; recently awarded Royal photographer of the year at the UK Picture Editor’s Guild Awards 2010.
Five iconic images of the momentous day will be available nationwide, thanks to Getty's talented team of photographers.
The collection launches with a range of traditional souvenirs, namely mugs, plus stylish posters, with other modern day mementoes such as placemats, coasters and mousemats to follow.
With the surge of British pride generated from the event, many are looking to collect a piece of history - seeing the marriage of our future King. We spoke to leading auctioneer, Peter Rixon, Head of the Collectors Department at Dreweatts, to glean three top tips for collectors looking to secure the best heirlooms on offer; be it to pass down the family tree or to reap the monetary rewards with future collectors.
The memorabilia collectors need to know guide:
For more information on the exclusive range, please visit www.photobox.co.uk/royalwedding
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