More than five decades worth of games have created everlasting memories on the gridiron, as well as its own specialized niche in the world of collectibles.
We thought it would be fun to take a look at some of our favorite Super Bowl-themed items found on hobbyDB.
Hard Rock Café pins are the Super Bowl MVP when it comes to hobbyDB. With close to 200 Super Bowl items in the database, HRC pins account for roughly 80 percent of those items.
Peculiar as it might be, the designation as the most valuable HRC Super Bowl pin in the database belongs to the Rome version of the Super Bowl XLII pin of the American Football Helmet Guitar Series.
You’ll also find a Football Guitar Head LV Prototype, dedicated to this year’s contest.
Arguably some of the neatest Super Bowl items on hobbyDB are the authentic patches.
The city of Detroit played host to its lone Super Bowl (XL) in 2006 when the Pittsburgh Steelers knocked off the Seattle Seahawks 21-10. Ertl paid homage to the game as part of its Orange County Choppers series.
The Kansas City isn’t just in this year’s big game, the Chiefs also took part in the very first Super Bowl on Jan. 15, 1967 against the eventual champion Bart Starr (see above) and the Green Bay Packers. You have to wonder if the owner of this game ticket from that afternoon had any idea just how big the Super Bowl would become.
Does your fandom for football run as deep as your enthusiasm for collecting? Share your Super Bowl collectibles with us, or, better yet, become our Football, NFL or Super Bowl curator on hobbyDB! If interested, message us at firstname.lastname@example.org.