Collector's Call Web Extras: Figure Skater Scott Hamilton shows off his collection

The Olympic champion has a collection worth $750,000.

Scott Hamilton is a four-time world champion figure skater, best known for winning the 1984 Olympic gold medal during the Winter Games in Sarajevo. He’s also a world-class memorabilia collector.

But while he does keep a few items from his notable figure skating career, including the costume he wore in the 1984 Olympics, his collection isn’t dominated by items from his career.

Instead, Scott primarily collects vintage pinball machines and guitars autographed by rock and roll’s most famous personalities, including the Eagles and Bruce Springsteen. Most of these items were purchased to benefit a variety of charities, including his own Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation.

Scott is joined by his wife, Tracie, who shares his dedication to charitable organizations and love for music. And Lisa has brought back certified appraiser Judy Martin, who has something quite unique from the music world to offer as a trade item. Take a leap into Scott's collection.

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1. Image gallery: Inside the collection


Take a closer look at the Olympic memorabilia, pinball machines and autographed guitars owned by sports icon Scott Hamilton. SEE MORE

2. Bonus video: 1983 Corn Flakes Box


Why is Scott Hamilton holding onto a box of cereal from the Reagan Era? Well, he's on the cover! WATCH NOW

3. Bonus video: 1984 Winter Olympic Pins


Hamilton has a complete set of pins for every athletic discipline in the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo. Vucko the wolf, the mascot of the games, can be seen performing in these cute collectibles. WATCH NOW

4. Bonus video: Autographed Eagles Guitar


Glenn Frey, Don Henley and Joe Walsh of the legendary American rock act the Eagles all inked this black acoustic guitar. WATCH NOW

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ViktorGutierrez 51 months ago
How is the collection worth $750k? On the show we only saw items worth $200k or so, which means there must be a lot more that wasn't shown. Also I don't think you can "collect" something that was already yours, or that has value because of you (his olympic outfits). Does Bruce Springsteen "collect" his own guitars?
RobCertSDSCascap 51 months ago
I love museums!
Not interested in how multi millionaires spend their money.
ELEANOR 51 months ago
OK everybody listen up. Is there an iconic box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes on the store shelves? Someone famous on the box? Buy that box, don't open it, put it away up in the attic and in 20 years you'll be able to make big bucks with it.
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