Bobbleheads mean business when it comes to Philadelphia Eagles keepsakes

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Bobbleheads are miniature statues of individuals with heads that, well, “bobble” when the figure is moved. (Photo courtesy of flickr.com)

Amid the t-shirts, banners, magnets and flags that will commemorate the Philadelphia Eagles’ historic Super Bowl victory — one slice of memorabilia will stand tall. And bouncy. The bobblehead.

For the first time, the Philadelphia Eagles are being commemorated with a series of Super Bowl LII Champion bobbleheads — figures wearing the official Super Bowl jersey, with a likeness of the Super Bowl ring on the base of the figure, writes Donna Rovins in The Times Herald.

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According to Phil Sklar, the co-founder and CEO of the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in Milwaukee, Wis., the Eagles championship bobbleheads are expected to be among the most sought after Super Bowl collectibles for Eagles fans.

The championship version of the Eagles bobbleheads will feature 24 players, Swoop, the team mascot and Nick Foles, the winning quarterback, holding the MVP trophy.

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