Originally Posted by CBF1
Actual value is what someone is willing to pay for it. What gets me is I could not find out if it was an authentic NFL helmet or a replica... Which makes a huge difference in the value.
You buy stuff like this for 1 of 2 reasons, 1 for charity, saving prairie dogs does not sound like a great charity, Or you buy one for your personal collection. Either way, you hardly get your money out of something that is not limited edition.... and I am sure Peyton has signed thousands upon thousands of helmets in the past 15 years.
It says it has a certificate of authenticity, but I assumed that was for the sig. I didn't know about the replica helmet thing.