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What Celebrity Would You Most Want a Piece of Memorabilia From? [POLL]

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It really is a strange idea, the idea of autographs. Someone signing their name and making the piece of paper or whatever they signed worth large amounts of money. An Abraham Lincoln autograph once sold for almost $800,000. But collecting goes beyond autographs now, with people collecting just about anything a famous person has ever come into contact with. Who would you most like to have a piece of memorabilia from?

It seems as though recently because of things like EBay, the market for autographs and other memorabilia is booming. From pieces of the balloon boy balloon, rare album covers, and used tickets to more obscure items like Elvis’ used underwear and now most recently John Lennon’s personal island. For the right amount of dough, you can have just about anything you want to help you celebrate you love for your favorite famous people.

 

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