It is now considered one of the most valuable bobbleheads ever to be produced, with sale prices now reaching as high as $1400 on the secondary market. They are occasionally offered through collectors or on eBay, but these offerings have become increasingly few and far between. Their rarity and collectible significance ensures their investment value will continue to rise. STH/ST – These are bobbleheads that only available to season ticket holders, so the quantity is usually more limited. Because they are issued to fans who enjoy the team enough to purchase tickets for every home game each year, these limited edition bobbleheads can be the toughest to track down.

In 2014, Heritage Auctions sold a 1927 World Series ticketfor more than $41,000. It was untorn meaning the original owner never even got to see the game. Torn stubs from Mickey Mantle games and others have still gone for thousands. If you prefer concerts to sports, a rare 1964 Beatles ticket once fetched over $16,000, according to What Sells Best. A $3.50 Bob Dylan ticket stub from 1966 went for $1,135 on eBay in 2013, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Brey sold this one, in gem condition, in January 2016, and like most nodders of the era, it was ultra-rare.

Take, for instance, the upcoming Legends of Rock and Roll auctionthat is expected to fetch as much as$250,000 for an electric guitar used by Jimi Hendrix. Other items up for grabs include guitars used by Elvis Presley, Kurt Cobain of Nirvana, Paul Stanley of Kiss, Tom DeLonge of Blink 182, and Robert Smith of The Cure. Of course, famous musicians’ belongings aren’t the only things that command big bucks at auction. Items from coins and stamps to bobblehead dolls and Beanie Babies can sell for impressive amounts. MLB teams have giveaways to entice people to come to their stadiums. With 81 home games in a season, it’s hard to draw tens of thousands of people every night, especially during the week.

To Mrs. Chenery, a bobblehead Secretariat seemed more fitting to have a whimsical, fun quality rather than a rigid realistic feel. Because of the larger edition number, this edition is more readily available with secondary market prices for excellent condition pieces currently in the lower triple figures. We expect this edition to continue to increase in value on the secondary market over the next several years. The first paper-mâché and ceramic generic and player specific bobbleheads were made. Roberto Clemente, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, and Willie Mays were the first non-mascot bobbleheads created.

It was a Princess Diana memorial bear from 1997, but if you look on eBay, you’ll see not all Princess Bears sell big. Beanie Baby aficionados are looking for the pitchers pocket one with PVC pellet stuffing, not PE pellets. Historic daggers, swords, and other blades can go for millions, especially if wielded by historical figures.

The 16-inch dolls, which sold on eBay in April 2014, may be among the most valuable dolls ever but were still second after their other famous Beatles band member up next. The 1964 Beatles dolls were sold individually and not as a set, but we included them together in this tied spot because they sold for the exact same amount. The production time is about 2 weeks and it is expected to be delivered within 5~7days. The delivery time depends on how many times the figure is revised. We will fully cooperate with you until you are 100% satisfied during the production process.

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