Asked in Baseball Memorabilia
What is a sports banquet program signed by Ted Williams Roger Maris Mickey Mantle Whitey Ford and Stan Musual worth?
An "autographed Sports banquet program" if signed on the cover would have a similar value as a signed 8 x 10 Photo with a little extra value for the collectible banquet program. If the signatures are on the inside, the Banquet program will hold more of it's value as a collectible but the signatures cannot be displayed well, and will have a lower value. The signature then might have a "cut Signature" value but will be worth more with the Collectible banquet program.
Multi signed items with a noted player typically sell at a lower value than a single signed item of the same noted player. You cannot add up the value of each signature to come up with a total. The signatures will be valued as a whole. Although all of the signatures on this program are all desirable as a group, the bulk of the value will come from the Mantle, Williams , and Maris signatures.
This multi-signed Sports Banquet Program should be worth about $1,000. - $1,500. (signed on the cover)
Price will vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Part of the value will be determined by how well the Sports Banquet Program displays the signatures. The type of ink used, and how it stands out in contrast to the program. Sharpie would be most preferred.
If the signatures are signed on the inside of the program You could add up the value of each signature as "Cut Signatures" (10-20 % the price of a signed baseball) and add the value of the collectible program. Ballpark figure $500.-$800.
Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.