Memorabilia is best described as objects kept or collected because of their association with memorable people or events. These items are generally collected by fans or supporters that find sentimental and/or monetary value in the items.
The items can have a connection with historical events, culture, entertainment, sports, music or movies. Usually they stir a fond recollection, a worthy experience or remembrance and often these items have great value.
So what tops the list in terms of most valuable? Let’s look at some previous sales:
In 2016 the iconic dress Marilyn Monroe wore to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to President John F. Kennedy sold for a record $4.8 Million.
In 2012 baseball great Babe Ruth’s Yankee jersey sold for more than $4.4 Million at auction.
Here in Australia, Sir Donald Bradman’s baggy green cap from his final tour to England in 1948, sold for $425.000 in 2003.
So this begs the question, what do you have? Let us know! firstname.lastname@example.org