Brady’s autographs and collectibles double in value in four years!

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ORTom Brady’s autograph, on paper or on some merchandising object -such as T-shirts, helmets …- is trading higher. After winning his seventh NFL championship, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has seen how its rubric, and the collectibles that bear it, have doubled in value … in just four years.

So those fans who want to get some Brady merchandising will have to prepare a good sum of money. Because, according to the portal ‘TMZ’, uA photo of the last Super Bowl signed by the 43-year-old is valued at $ 1,600, while in 2017 it cost 850.

If any fan wants to buy a football, they will have to shell out $ 2,000 (1,000 more than in 2017). A mini helmet costs 1,800 (900 in 2017) and a Buccaneers jersey with the Super Bowl logo fetches 3,000 dollars (1,600 in 2017).

But the most prized item is Tom Brady’s John Hancock model helmet with the inscription “LV MVP” and his signature, which amounts to … $ 3,700!

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