April Secret Subject Swap - Memorabilia

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Welcome to April's Secret Subject Swap. Again 14 brave bloggers picked a secret subject for someone else and were assigned a secret subject to interpret in their own style. Today we are all simultaneously divulging our topics and submitting our posts.

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My subject is 
What fan memorabilia would you pay big bucks for?

It was submitted by My Brain On Kids thanks, Shannon!

I can't think of anyone or anything that I am that big of a fan of that I would want to buy a pricey sports item, signed record, jersey or a coffee mug. 

However I might be the person who tracked down such an item for other people who are very passionate about somebody or something. 

Don't get me wrong, I like my souvenirs, especially from places we traveled to!

When the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 2013, we drove to the United Center where I purchased a T-Shirt. It was 40 bucks, I remember because it was probably the most expensive simple, not so great quality T-Shirt I ever bought. 

It is now washed-out and it gets terribly wrinkled, and it's stretched out, but I still like and wear it because it incorporates a great moment we were lucky enough to witness.

So maybe, just maybe, when I'm old and gray, and I have an opportunity to purchase a 2013 original Blackhawks jersey signed by all the guys, Toews, Kane, Seabrook, Shaw, Hossa, Keith, Crawford - I might spend a couple of hundred dollars for it. Like 200. Probably not more. 

How about you? 

Would a lock of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's hair make you spend £ 12,000 = USD 17,000? Or are you more into Cristiano Ronaldo's soccer cleats? 
A guitar signed by the Eagles? 
A vintage special edition Barbie doll?