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The world's 10 most expensive living autographs

Research from Paul Fraser Collectibles reveals the 10 most expensive signatures from those still alive.

10. Madonna: £995

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9. Ringo Starr: £1,200

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8. JK Rowling: £1,250

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7. Muhammad Ali: £1,500

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6. Queen Elizabeth II: £1,500

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5. Tiger Woods: £1,750

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4. Bob Dylan: £1,950

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3. Paul McCartney: £2,000

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2. Prince William: £2,000

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1. Fidel Castro: £3,500 ($5,732)

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