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What is the value of a 1968 World Series baseball?

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Rawlings started making the official World Series game baseballs in 1978 that have an Official World Series Stamp.. Before that regular season American, and National League baseballs were used.

An Official Spalding 1968 (1951 - 1969) National League Warren Giles Baseball is worth about $200. without the box in excellent condition An Official Reach 1968 (1959 - 1973) American League Joe Cronin baseball is worth about $200. without the box in excellent condition.

There would be no way of knowing if the baseball was used in the 1968 World Series game or a regular season game without provenance. A letter of provenance stating that the baseball was used during the 1968 World Series would be needed. The strength of the provenance will dictate the value. A letter of provenance from a team player or league official will be acceptable. A letter of provenance from a fan at the game will not hold much weight if any.

Provenance is the history of ownership of a particular item. It allows the buyer to secure additional insight as to the origin or chain of custody of the item.

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