Are you a high roller or just a curious onlooker? Either way, you’re going to want to see the most expensive autographed items at Fanatics.
For sports fans, the ultimate collectible is one with a little ink on it. Autographed memorabilia is the centerpiece of every collection.
But, there are levels to the game.
You can find autographs for a few dollars – depending on the product or the player. But these autographs aren’t something you can pick up after getting a bonus or stimulus check.
These items are – at least some of them – are like buying a new car. So save up. We’ve included product links for each item if you feel like throwing down a few thousand after hitting that trifecta or selling off $GME or taking a second mortgage. No judgment here.
Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls Autographed Molten Gold Trophy Basketball
It isn’t often that autographs of the G.O.A.T. are at the bottom of a list like this – but there are items that are even pricer than this MJ signed gold ball.
Joe Burrow Cincinnati Bengals Fanatics Authentic Autographed Game-Used Football from the 2020 NFL Season with Multiple Inscriptions
There are many of these footballs available – each with different inscriptions or coming from different NFL games. Either way, a Joey B signed football is going to set you back as much as that MJ ball.
Pete Alonso – Autographed Game Used Batting Helmet – Inscribed 2019 NL ROY
This game-used batting helmet from Polar Bear Pete will set you back a whopping $8,000. I mean, it’s certainly unique. No one else will be able to claim to have an item like this. A true one of one, from one of baseball’s brightest young stars.
John Elway, Terrell Davis and Von Miller Denver Broncos Fanatics Authentic Multi-Signed Riddell Pro-Line Helmet with Multiple Super Bowl MVP Inscriptions – Hand-Painted by Artist Charles Fazzino
Obviously, this item is a stunning work of art. Having it signed by three Super Bowl MVPs and Denver legends doesn’t hurt, either.
LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers Framed Autographed 24″ x 40″ 2020 NBA Finals Champions Shadowbox with Basketball – Limited Edition of 50
Not only will you need $10K to get this item, but you’ll need more than three feet of wall space to get this limited-edition item up on display.
Fanatics Authentic Multi-Signed Super Bowl MVP Super Bowl XL Giclee with 45 Signatures
Signed by the following players: Bart Starr, Joe Namath, Len Dawson, Chuck Howley, Roger Staubach, Jake Scott, Larry Csonka, Terry Bradshaw, Lynn Swann, Franco Harris, Jim Plunkett, Randy White, John Riggins, Marcus Allen, Fred Biletnikoff, Doug Williams, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Steve Young, Richard Dent, Ottis Anderson, Phil Simms, Mark Rypien, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, Larry Brown, John Elway, Terrell Davis, Ray Lewis, Desmond Howard, Tom Brady, Dexter Jackson, Hines Ward, Deion Branch, Kurt Warner, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Santonio Holmes, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, Joe Flacco, Malcolm Smith, Von Miller, Nick Foles and Julian Edelman.
Aaron Judge New York Yankees Fanatics Authentic Autographed Game-Used Black Tucci Bat from the 2017 MLB Season with “Game Used” Inscription
It’s been a few years, but Aaron Judge’s 2017 season was absolutely bonkers. He finished second in the AL MVP race, but hit .284 with 52 homers and 114 runs batted in. He led the league in runs, home runs and walks. Two different versions of Judge game-used bats are available.
Aaron Judge New York Yankees Fanatics Authentic Autographed Game-Used #99 White Pinstripe Jersey vs. Tampa Bay Rays on October 7, 2020 with Multiple Inscriptions
We’re going back-to-back with Judge items. While this jersey comes from a game that Yankees fans would like to forget, you can’t argue it’s insanely cool. But, it’ll set you back $12,000. That’s… what my car cost.
LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers Framed Autographed Gold Nike Authentic 2020 NBA Finals Champions Jersey Collage – Limited Edition of 23
This item measures 40″ x 32″ and, if you can believe it, is in short supply. Only six of these remain, so the $13,000 price tag hasn’t scared away the biggest collectors.
Ty Cobb Detroit Tigers Riddell Autographed Louisville Slugger Bat with Multiple Inscriptions
We’re taking a huge jump here, going from a new used car to a house. Undoubtedly this Ty Cobb signed and inscribed bat is a legendary collectible. But it’s going to cost $200,000 to take it home.
This bat is autographed and features the inscription “With Best Wishes 3/14/49.”
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