Original Signed Ed Sheeran Guitar

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An exciting opportunity to acquire a new Martin & Co Guitar signed by the Grammy and multi-award winning Artist Ed Sheeran, with a message from Ed saying ‘Play this guitar!’. This beautiful ‘Little Martin LXM’ guitar has been donated to St Richard’s Hospice by Ed Sheeran in recognition of the care provided to someone special to him and makes a very unique gift for someone special in your life – or as a treat to yourself!

Every penny raised will go towards supporting the hospice’s free specialist care and support to over 3000 patients and family members.

This item is 100% authentic and the validity will be confirmed to the highest bidder. It also comes in its own original Martin & Co bag.  

A great collector’s item or perfect Christmas gift.

Collection is from St Richard’s Hospice, Worcester.

Delivery can be arranged at the winning bidder's own cost.

Payment needs to be made within 24 hours of being notified you are the highest bidder. 

£ 4,500
Original Signed Ed Sheeran Guitar
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