A memorabilia shop that specialises in sports and entertainment will be opening in High Wycombe next month.

Memorabilia Framers announced the news in a brief Facebook post that was published on September 23, with the Wycombe shop being their second store in the county.

The company’s pending High Wycombe branch will join their Aylesbury outlet which is based in the town’s Friars Square Shopping Centre.

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They said: “We are pleased to announce our exciting news.

"Our new store in High Wycombe’s Eden Centre will be opening soon.

“We hope to see you all there!”

The company have got more than 100 items up for sale which ranges from framed shirts, posters, football boots, pennants, and photos of iconic events plus more, with signed pieces of memorabilia coming with a certificate of authenticity.

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Memorabilia Framers in Aylesbury

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Inside the Aylesbury branch

Memorabilia Framers are also known for taking requests from the public which focus on bespoke items.

One customer revealed to the Free Press that they were ‘taken back’ by the quality of work the company produced, which focused on two framed sports programmes.

The customer, who wanted to remain nameless, revealed that their son visited the Aylesbury branch to get two specific programmes framed for a birthday present, at the start of September.

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The programmes that were framed were in memory of the customer’s father who died suddenly of a heart attack 11 years ago.

One of the programmes was from the 'best' match he attended with his dad, with the other programme being from the final game he went to with his dad.

The customer said: “I wasn’t expecting my son to get me a present like this, so when I received them [the framed programmes], I was taken back.

The programmes the customer received

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Each programme came with a plaque

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The programmes date back to 2007 and 2008 respectively

“The matches mean a lot to me because they remind me of my dad.

“There is a lot of sentimentality behind these matches and programmes and I thought the frames were really well done and produced.

“They were very good.”

For more information, visit www.memorabiliaframers.com or visit their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/memorabiliaframers/photos to see all the items they have got up for sale.