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WASHINGTON DC: You must have heard many celebrities, sports personalities signing autographs for a hefty amount.

But, NFL star player Tom Brady just raised the price of his autograph to an insane level.

Tom did host a private signing session back in March, where fans could pick an item for Tom to sign for a hefty amount of money.

But this time, the price per autograph on some of the items has gone up USD 50 each.

Tom, on that note, is all set to hold another autograph session later this month.

The prices are as follows:

If you want Brady to sign your football, the price of that autograph would be USD 1,049. An autographed photo will cost around USD 899 and Brady's "game day" style jersey will cost fans for USD 1,249.

Famous personalities make a quite heavy amount of money through this.

Retired Yankees sluggers Mickey Mantle and Joe DiMaggio are the field's financial clean-up hitters. Each makes up to USD 30,000 for a two-day signing session.

Like a photo with Late Carrie "General Leia" Fisher cost around USD 90 at 2016 New York Comic Con or a photo or autograph featuring Marvel Comics godfather Stan Lee costs USD 100.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, film actors Chris 'Captain America' Evans and Norman Reedus of 'The Walking Dead' took home USD 200,000 after a weekend of signing autographs and posing for photos.

Even actors with small roles in comic book TV shows and movies easily make USD 5,000 or USD 10,000 in a day.

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