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A Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 125S Special, 31 inch store model bat in unused excellent -near/mint condition is worth about $75.-$100. in used but not abused excellent condition about $50.-$75.

The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, and the age of the bat. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more. See Related links for more information on Mickey Mantle Baseball bats, and a guide to help you date the bat.

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Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 125S SpecialA Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 125S Special store model bat in unused excellent -near/mint condition is worth about $75.-$100. in used but not abused excellent condition about $50.-$75.The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, and the age of the bat. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more. See Related links for more information on Mickey Mantle baseball bats, and a guide to help you date the bat.


Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 32 inch Store Model BatIn general a Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 125 32 inch store model bat in unused Excellent - Near Mint condition is worth about $75.00 - $150.00 in used but not abused excellent condition about $50.00 - $100.00 The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, age, and model of the bat. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more. With Louisville slugger bats in short, if your bat has the size stamped into the knob it is a store model bat. This is placed there to help the buyer identify the size of the bat. Examples your bat reads MM2 and this would indicate that it is a (MM) Mickey Mantle (2) 32 inch bat.. A bat closest in size, and mode to the bat a player used during his career will have a higher value.


Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 33 inch Grand Slam BatIn general a Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger Grand Slam 33 inch store model bat in unused excellent -near/mint condition is worth about $50.-$75. in used but not abused excellent condition about $35.-$50. The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, age, and model of the bat. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more. With Louisville slugger bats in short, if your bat has the size stamped into the knob it is a store model bat. This is placed there to help the buyer identify the size of the bat. Examples of this would be number like; 3, 03, 33, or MM3. These markings will indicate a 33 inch bat.


As with everything in collecting Condition is everything. The 225LL Mickey Mantle Little league store model bat could sell from anywhere between $20.00 -$75.00 depending on Year Issued, and condition. I will include links to help you in dating your bat, and a page with other Mickey Mantle Little league Bats. I will also up date that page soon and include the 225LL. You would not believe how many different Mickey Mantle endorsed bats are out there.


Ty cobb louisville slugger hillerich & bradsby 33" bat value?


whatever someone will pay for it


From the 1950's through the 1980's there were many different Louisville Slugger, Little League Model endorsed bats by Mickey Manlte. In general they sell in the $25. -$75. price range depending on condition, age, and model. The highest valued Mickey Mantle Little League bat would be the J2 H&B Decal Bat that can sell as high as $350. - $500. in excellent - near/mint condition with a fully 100% intact decal. The J2 H&B Little League decal bats were produced in the early 1950's. Players that were featured in this series of bats Which was produced by Louisville Slugger featured decals of the likenesses of popular Major Leaguers on the barrel including Ted Williams Mickey Mantle, and Jackie Robinson. The horizontal style decal featured the players name on the bottom left, and to the right of the player the words Little League, with It's a Louisville below.


Mickey Mantle Signature Model BatMore information about the bat would be needed to give a more accurate value. In general a Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 125 33 inch store model bat in unused excellent -near/mint condition is worth about $75.-$150. in used but not abused excellent condition about $50.-$100. The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, age, and model of the bat. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more. The dating of the bat is one of the most important factors on value along with condition. Hillerich & Bradsby Co. Louisville Slugger has used different oval center brands in their history. By identifying the center label, trade marks, and patens you can narrow down the year to what era the bat was made.


The Mickey Mantle baseball bat you have is a little league bat, and depending on age and condition could sell between $25.-$75. in used but not abused condition, to unused near/mint condition. Little League baseball bats will range in size from 28" -31" I will leave a link below to a Louisville Slugger bat dating Guide, and a link for information to other Mickey Mantle baseball bats.


Mickey Mantle H&B 250 BatA Mickey Mantle H&B 250 baseball bat is worth about $50. to $100. in Excellent - Near Mint condition. If the bat show use it could sell for under $50. The 250 designation was applied to the model of bats offered by Louisville Slugger that for a time, was the highest price bat in their lineup selling for more money then their pro model 125 signature series.


In general a Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 125 33 inch store model bat in unused excellent -near/mint condition is worth about $75.-$150. in used but not abused excellent condition about $50.-$100. The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, age, and model of the bat. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more. With Louisville slugger bats in short, if your bat has the size stamped into the knob it is a store model bat. This is placed there to help the buyer identify the size of the bat. Examples of this would be number like; 3, 03, 33, and in this case MM3. These markings will indicate a 33 inch bat. When letters proceed the number like MM3 it is indicating the player model initials followed by the size, In this case MM3 Mickey Mantle 33 inch. This number as the 125 in the center brand is not a model number. A bat closest in size, and mode to the bat a player used during his career will have a higher value. Mickey Mantle was known to use Models M110, K55, and P72. Louisville slugger began using model numbers on the knob in 1943 then moving the model number to the barrel in 1977. For example a K55 Mickey Mantle pro model would have K55 on the knob as opposed to the store model bat with K55 appearing on the barrel. The "125" refers to the grade of wood used to make the bat. "125" is the highest grade and is reserved for all pro level bats. The "125" bats are also used for the highest quality store model bats.The dating of the bat is one of the most important factors on value along with condition. Hillerich & Bradsby Co. Louisville Slugger has used different oval center brands in their history. By identifying the center label, trade marks, and patens you can narrow down the year to what era the bat was made.See Related Links below, and visit the Louisville Slugger bat dating guide. You can match the markings on your bat with the easy to use bat dating chart to get an approximate date for your Mickey Mantle bat.



You might have a Mickey Mantle Professional model bat made for the Lewis Clark State university team. To be more accurate on the value you would have to supply the bat model, size, and year the bat was issued. Mickey Mantle was known to use Models M110, K55, and P72. Louisville slugger began using model numbers on the knob in 1943 then moving the model number to the barrel in 1977. For example a K55 Mickey Mantle pro model would have K55 on the knob as opposed to the store model bat with K55 appearing on the barrel. The "125" refers to the grade of wood used to make the bat. "125" is the highest grade and is reserved for all pro level bats. The "125" bats are also used for the highest quality store model bats. A Mickey Mantle Pro Model K55 bat made for Lewis Clark State, in used but not abused condition could sell in the $125. -$200. price range.


Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger K55 Store Model BatIn general a Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 125 K55 full size, store model bat in unused excellent -near/mint condition is worth about $75.-$150. in used but not abused excellent condition about $50.-$100. The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, and age. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more.With Louisville slugger bats in short, if your bat has the size stamped into the knob it is a store model bat. This is placed there to help the buyer identify the size of the bat. Examples of this would be number like; 4, 04, 34, and in this case MM4. These markings will indicate a 34 inch bat. When letters proceed the number like MM4 it is indicating the player model initials followed by the size, In this case MM4 Mickey Mantle 34 inch. This number as the 125 in the center brand is not a model number. A bat closest in size, and mode to the bat a player used during his career will have a higher value.Mickey Mantle was known to use Models M110, K55, and P72. Louisville slugger began using model numbers on the knob in 1943 then moving the model number to the barrel in 1977. For example a K55 Mickey Mantle pro model would have K55 on the knob as opposed to the store model bat with K55 appearing on the barrel. The "125" refers to the grade of wood used to make the bat. "125" is the highest grade and is reserved for all pro level bats. The "125" bats are also used for the highest quality store model bats.The dating of the bat is one of the most important factors on value along with condition. Hillerich & Bradsby Co. Louisville Slugger has used different oval center brands in their history. By identifying the center label, trade marks, and patens you can narrow down the year to what era the bat was made.


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Louisville Slugger 125LL baseball batsThe bulk of the value of a collectible baseball bat will rely on the player that endorsed it. Age and condition are important but there were a number of of ballplayers that endorsed this Little League (LL) baseball bat in the early 1960s that included Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Hank Aaron, Al Kaline, and Eddie Mathews. The Mickey Mantle 125LL baseball bat would have the highest value and in excellent, used but not abused condition might sell in the $30.-$40. price range with unused bats in excellent or better condition selling in the $50.-$75. price range with a "Minty" bat selling at the top of that price range.The bats endorsed by the other players will have a slightly lower value, and a bat with no player endorsement will have little collectors value.


In general a Mickey Mantle Louisville Slugger 125 34 inch store model bat in unused excellent -near/mint condition is worth about $75.-$150. in used but not abused excellent condition about $50.-$100. The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, age, and model of the bat. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more.With Louisville slugger bats in short, if your bat has the size stamped into the knob it is a store model bat. This is placed there to help the buyer identify the size of the bat. Examples of this would be number like; 4, 04, 34, and in this case MM4. These markings will indicate a 34 inch bat. When letters proceed the number like MM4 it is indicating the player model initials followed by the size, In this case MM4 Mickey Mantle 34 inch. This number as the 125 in the center brand is not a model number. A bat closest in size, and mode to the bat a player used during his career will have a higher value. Mickey Mantle was known to use Models M110, K55, and P72. Louisville slugger began using model numbers on the knob in 1943 then moving the model number to the barrel in 1977. For example a K55 Mickey Mantle pro model would have K55 on the knob as opposed to the store model bat with K55 appearing on the barrel. The "125" refers to the grade of wood used to make the bat. "125" is the highest grade and is reserved for all pro level bats. The "125" bats are also used for the highest quality store model bats.The dating of the bat is one of the most important factors on value along with condition. Hillerich & Bradsby Co. Louisville Slugger has used different oval center brands in their history. By identifying the center label, trade marks, and patens you can narrow down the year to what era the bat was made.See Related Links below, and visit the Louisville Slugger bat dating guide. You can match the markings on your bat with the easy to use bat dating chart to get an approximate date for your Mickey Mantle bat.


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