Beauty (and collectibility) are in the eye of the beholder. The Golden Jubilee seems to have more collector value than the NAA of 1954 even though they are the same tractor and there were fewer '54's built, so go figure.
The Jubilee will usually sell for anywhere from $2500 to $3500 depending on condition. An 8N will also sell in that range which makes no sense because the Jubilee is a better tractor. The later Hundred series (600/800 and 601/801) are also better than a Jubilee but don't seem to attract quite the same level of collector attention.