How can you find out the value of assorted 1960 John F. Kennedy presidential memorabilia?
To whom it may concern: I would start with Ebay. You can search for anything on this website and there are people who could help you as well. Good Luck...
What is the value of a so-called Kennedy bill with Jackie and JFK superimposed on a 1 dollar silver certificate?
To determine how valuable your memorabilia is a reputable antique dealer/collector to take a look at the items and give you a valuation. If you wish to sell the items get 2or3 valuations. It maybe that, like many others, your treasured memorabilia is worthless in monetary value but priceless to you.
What is the value of a cushion with old hockeys symbols on it such as the Kansas City Scouts and the California Seals?
Not much, such a coin was not produced by the US mint and was done outside of the mint which pretty much ruins all collector value. Serious collectors will view it as a damaged coin (and 1977 pennies aren't worth much anyways) and it is worth a cent to collectors and perhaps a bit more to someone who collects Kennedy or Lincoln memorabilia but no serious coin collector would buy it for any more than…
Signed autograph There is no difference between signed memorabilia and autographed memorabilia. It is just deference in terminology. A signed baseball is the same as an autographed baseball and the same value. An autograph is signed. You could sign a check or a document but the signature would not be considered an autograph. You sign a baseball or a photo and the signature is an autograph.
The ESCO John Kennedy statue is THE rarest of the presidential ESCO's. Not to say he couldn't be acquired cheaper..but a Kennedy in good condition goes usually between $300 to $450. As for the other chalkware presidents...Reagan sells the least expensive because he was mass produced and sold well so his price is considerably down. As for the others it goes Nixon, Clinton, Bush HW, and Carter in that order as to rarity & value.
The stick would have an approx. value of $125.00 - $150.00 if it not game used. However, if it was game used by Potvin or Bossy for instance, it would have a value of $250.00 - $500.00. If you are interested in vintage hockey memorabilia, please visit my web site at: It features old hockey team photos, hockey autographs and game used hockey memorabilia.
I work for a memorabilia company that sells them for $100 at the cheapest. That's a fairly low profit margin as well so they can probably go for $150 or more online and even more at a retail shop. "Worth" really depends on the sentimental value you personally place on any particular piece of memorabilia though.
If it is not a memorabilia/autograph card it is probably worth very little. Most cards gain value through: memorabilia inclusion, rookie/minor league card, age, or rarity. As a base card, this nely printed common card has nearly no value. If you are lucky, it may be worth about a dollar (assuming it is a base card). Sorry.