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What is the value of a Rawlings football that was signed by the 1963 St. Louis Cardinals football team?

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2008-07-03 12:06:53
2008-07-03 12:06:53

it depends on what model rawlings we're talking about. if it's one of the "toy" models such as the hnfl or anfl then i would doubt the autographs would be any more valuable than if a sheet of paper, but if it's a hnd-9 model or another model with leather interior padding, then it could be quite valuable. the hnd-9 model is among the most valuable (and rarest) rawlings helmets made and, even without autographs, can fetch anywhere from $400-$1,500... scratch that - i thought you were inquiring about rawlings helmets, not footballs...

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