There are many obvious good investment items - real estate of course being one of the best.
But is celebrity memorabilia a good investment or really just a fun hobby? With some of these prices these items go for - it's hard to figure.
Would you spend more than $10,000 for one of your favourite celebrity's fake nails or $5,000 for a used tissue?
Here are a few celebrity memorabilia items that sold for astounding amounts of money:
A pair of Nike Air Jordan 1s, game-worn by Michael Jordan in 1985 and signed by the player, sold for $560,000 in a Sotheby's auction.
According to Guinness World Records, this pair of sneakers is the most expensive ever sold at an auction.
Darth Vaders's helmet worn by actor David Prowse in "Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back: sold to an anonymous bidder for $898,420.
It was estimated to tap out at $400,000 at an auction in September 2019 - but sold for more than double.
A General Lee 1969 Charger from "The Dukes of Hazzard" owned by actor John Schneider, sold for a whopping $9,900,500 on eBay in 2007.
Used in both the TV series and in the 2000 TV movie. The design on the car's roof - a giant confederate flag - became a source of controversy in 2015. TV land ended up pulling scheduled reruns of the show.
Marilyn Monroe's "Happy Birthday, Mr President" dress, which was covered in 2,500 rhinestone, sold for $1,267,500 at a Christie's auction in 1999.
The gown was said to be so tight-fitting that Monroe had to be sewn into it.
An iconic dress that Kate Winslet wore in "Titanic" sold for a whopping $330,000 in 2012.
The dress was worn during the scene in which Kate Winslet's character, Rose, meets Leonardo DiCaprio's character, Jack, for the first time.
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