At the time of writing, nearly $300,000 would net me an entire collection of personal correspondence between President Ronald Reagan and a fan.
It covers a span of over fifty years, beginning from his film star days and ending up in politics. It also includes letters from his mother Nelle and wife Nancy. A true glimpse into the life and mind of one of America's most prominent figures.
For the less wealthy collectors, $35 would buy a prop from the TV series, The Pacific.
There are instruments belonging to or autographed by the likes of Paul McCartney, BB King, Bruce Springsteen or the Monkees.
In the world of sport, there are helmets galore. Some have protected some very famous heads over the years. You could even take home an authenticated piece of the Yankee Stadium turf; or a framed photograph of a legendary NASCAR driver.
It's difficult to say what will be there when you investigate, because unique souvenirs have a tendency to appear just once. Then they're grabbed by whoever was on at the time with the funds and the desire to own them.
My personal distraction was the original film props from geek classics like Star Wars, 2001: Space Odyssey and, of course, Ghostbusters.
Even if you haven't the bank account credit to purchase something for yourself, it is worth checking the section out. It's like wandering through a cyber museum or a world of fond memories.