A man shared the rarest item in his collection, and TikTok can’t get enough of it

A TikToker is turning heads after he recently shared the rarest item in his collection.

On Jan. 7, user @aspiepaws, who only identifies himself as Bren on his Instagram account, challenged fellow TikTokers to share their most unusual items.

“What is the rarest item in a collection that you have?” he asks in his clip. “I’ll go first.”

The TikToker then shows his Christmas Tigger hat.

“Mine is this Christmas Tigger hat,” he says. “Never met anyone with this hat and only seen a few on eBay, so this is my rarest item in my collection.”


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The hat has been a huge hit with users — Bren’s clip has garnered nearly 8 million views and nearly 22,000 comments.

“That’s so awesome omg!!!!!!!” one person wrote in admiration.

“So sick man! Love the hat!” a second chimed in.

“I’ve never seen one of those in my life,” a third wrote. “Great find!”

Others shared their most prized items, including a 2012 Chris Paul jersey, a holographic Charizard card and a custom katana.

A quick search on eBay reveals that Bren’s beloved hat is, in fact, a rare commodity. At the time of this writing, at least two sellers were selling their pre-owned Christmas Tigger hat for the steep price of $89.99.

Hat aside, Bren has been using his TikTok to motivate people “through his autism,” his profile notes. Many of his clips feature his heartwarming relationship with his service dog Manci. In one video, Bren pretends to play Dungeons & Dragons with his pup.


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Through his TikToks, Bren has quickly gained a social media following. He now has more than 56,000 followers.

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