The final episode of “Happy Days” aired almost four decades ago. Even so, it remains one of the most iconic and beloved television sitcoms of all time.
If you’re a fan of the show, did you know that you can own a piece of the show’s history? Well, you can – for a price. One of the online marketplaces where you can find memorabilia from the show is HollywoodMemorabilia.com. And, the website has a variety of items for sale!
Prices for memorabilia from “Happy Days” range from $24.99 to almost $1,100. So, what items come with the steepest price tags?
According to the website’s page for the show, cast photographs signed by the actors on the show are fetching the highest amount. There are two available (as of 4 p.m. ET on Sunday, April 25) that feature cast members Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Tom Bosley, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Don Most, and Erin Moran. The asking price for these signed photos is $1,079.99 each. Other similar photos are also selling for slightly less.
A unique piece of “Happy Days” memorabilia is available for $817.99. This is described as a “1976 O-Pee-Chee ‘Happy Days’ Trading Cards Empty Wax Box Case.”
There is also a “1976 Fonzie Action Figure With Motorcycle.” Making this item even more valuable is that it was signed by Henry Winkler. It is being sold for $621.99.
A few scripts from “Happy Days” are also available. These have been signed by members of the cast. The price tag for these scripts is $490.99 per script.
Available ‘Happy Days’ Memorabilia Also Includes Leather Jacket Signed By Henry Winkler
If you’re wanting to dress like “The Fonz” himself, you can also purchase a black leather jacket. What makes this jacket special, according to the website, is that it was signed by Henry Winkler. It is selling for $435.99. And, like many other items available, this jacket comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Another item signed by Winkler is a baseball. In addition to the actor’s autograph, the words “Knock Your Socks Off!” have also been written on the ball. This item can be yours for the price tag of $371.99.
There are many other pieces of “Happy Days” memorabilia available. There are other signed photographs, a signed book by creator Garry Marshall, a signed “TV Magazine,” and even signed photographs of Fonzie famously “jumping the shark.”