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What is the value of a 1960 all-star game autographed baseball?

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September 15, 2011 11:12AM

ok so im asking how much it is worth.... it has a variety of names on there including mickey mantle, Stan musial, clete boyer, brooks or frank Robinson, im not too sure which one, i havent pulled the ball out for almost 8 years now.... but it has a total of about 15 names on there all from the all star game at Yankee stadium. i would appriciate any help you could give me.

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Frank Robinson was an All Star in 1959, and 1961 not 1960. So if it is a 1960 All Star team it would be Brooks Robinson's signature. For more help in figuring out what year the ball is from visit Baseball Almanac. I will leave a link for you on the left.

A 1960 All Star Team signed baseball with the key signatures Mantle, Maris, Mays, Musial, Mathews, Aaron, Clemente, Wynn could be worth Between $2,000.-$4,000.

Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable.

It would be hard to put a price on the ball without all the names. The baseball would have to be compared with auctions of signed baseball that sold with similar names.

I took a quick check of some auctions and found a 1960 National League All Star Team Signed Baseball (PSA 8.5) for $2,780. If you had the same baseball, signatures, and condition without being authenticated you could land up with half the value or less.

If you need more help in getting a more accurate price contact me through my website keymancollectibles.com, and I will be happy to assist you.

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