Justin Bieber collectibles


2015-06-26 11:07:16


Justin Bieber collectibles are items relating to the Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber, such as autographs and memorabilia.


Justin Bieber (1994 - ) is a Canadian teen pop music star who rose to fame after being spotted by a talent scout on YouTube. His two Albums ‘My World’ (2009) and My World 2.0 (2010) both went platinum in the United States, and he is the first artist to have seven songs from a debut album appear on the U.S Billboard Hot 100 chart.

In February 2011 he released the 3-D concert movie entitled 'Never Say Never', which grossed $30.3 million in its opening weekend.

Charity auction sales

In 2010 Justin Bieber donated memorabilia to a charity auction for the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. A VIP backstage concert pass and meeting with Beiber sold for £3,433, and a red hooded top owned by the star sold for £520.

Notable Justin Bieber collectibles


As of 2011, autographed photos of Justin Bieber are currently available for approximately £20 from a number of online auction sites such as eBay.


On 22 February 2011 Justin announced that he had cut his hair in a new style, losing his famous fringe. The hair is to be sold at auction with proceeds going to various charities. A spokesman for specialist dealers A Small Piece of History expects the hair to sell for "up to $250 a strand".

The first batch of Bieber's hair to head to auction sold in an eBay auction for $40,668 on 2 March 2011. Bieber had presented the hair to TV star Ellen Degeneres. The proceeds will be donated to Degeneres' chosen charity The Gentle Barn.

The second batch of hair was donated by Justin to Pencils of Promise who gave the hair to Paul Fraser Collectibles in return for a large donation.


A pair of light grey Levi's 501 jeans personally owned by Bieber were sold for $700 at a charity auction hosted by Premiere Props in 2011.

A grey, lightening patterned space suit was worn by the teen sensation at the 2011 Superbowl was sold on eBay for $5000 with proceeds going to the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Program.

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