Walter payton won the super bowl in 1987
Less than 1 dollar.
£100 it depends witch set you have and how many you have
The card doesn't exist. Payton's RC is from the 1976 Topps set.
about 50 bucks
2 dollars or less.
Joe Montana rookie card or Walter Payton rookie card.
If I had to guess I would say it is a Walter Payton Rookie card that is autographed, and a jersey card.
Less than 75 cents
This card is basically worthless, with a value of just a few cents.
Well Signed Jerseys of him are worth it was like $2,000, and Walter Payton is dead so probably allot, mabie not as much as the autograph jerseys, but he doesn't have the record anymore, so i dont now, still worth allot.
around 1 dollar.
If you phrase it's like that most likely garbage
i would say about 14.5 million dollars Ha now that's a good one..Try 50-300 pending on condition..could be more if the card is in near mint to mint condition.. one guy listed an autographed Payton rookie for 250,000.00 on Ebay!now he's an IDIOT!! card in the condition his was..probably worth 600.00..where do these folks come from..Ha
A 2007 UD Masterpieces Tim Lincecum rookie card number 82 has a book value of about $4.00 in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.
your question is to broad...you need to give the year and maker of the card, the card number and the condition of the card....then grab a "BASEBALL BECKETT" if the card is signed by the player as well, that will increase a cards value...just don't forge it...that doesn't work.
Its worth 50 to 75 cents.
somewhere between 0 and 1 cent
Your card's value will depend on the condition of the card, what edition the card is, and who made the card. The better the condition, the more value it will have; the older it is, the more value it will have and the prestigiousness the card company will also affect its value.
The value of the card depends on the player, the manufacturer, the year the of the card and the condition of the card.
There is no value, above cost, of the card.
The value depends on which card it is, and what you mean by fake autograph. If you mean a facsimile autograph, a copy of Babe Ruth's signature that is part of the printing of the card, then the value of the card will rely on the year, and the set the card is from. If you mean someone wrote on the card "Babe Ruth" then the value of the card will be drastically lowered in value, if any value at all.