It depends on what is autographed and whether or not you can still buy the item (autographed or not). If people are unable to purchase the item, it would be worth alot more money than an item that is still available to buy. Also, an item that is autographed, and that is still available to purchase, is worth more than the same item that is not autographed.
It is uncertain the value of such memorabilia. However, some would value this item somewhere between $20 and $30 depending upon the date and season from which it came.
This bat is hand etched/autographed by each individual player. Grandmother dated one of the bigger named players. This is possibly a one of a kind item. .This item is in very good condition. Does anyone have any idea how much this item would be worth?
You can certainly sell this type of item on ebay. Just make sure you have a good idea of what the approximate value of this specific baseball is. Good idea to include who autographed the ball and when, the condition etc.
It is very hard to judge the value of such an item. The value is basically, whatever the highest bidder happens to offer for it, and with such an 'unknown' item, that may just fall on the whim of the day and occasion. You may need to try a sport's memorabillia expert or dealer.
the value of such a rare collectors item is currently at $17000 but is rapidly increasing. good luck selling and this will make you rich! :D
'Good Luck Chuck'Yes it will lower the value. inscriptions signed by the player such as "HOF" or "WS MVP" will add value but, personal inscriptions like "Good Luck Charlie" will devalue the item. It might be desired by someone named Charlie but then you are also lowering the number of collectors in the market for the item. Someone that does not have the name Charlie might by the item at a discount.
Autographed Cubs YearbookYou did noy mention the year of the yearbook or who signed it. In general if the cover is signed by a player it would be considered as a flaw in the condition of the yearbook, and the value will then rely on the signature. The yearbook becomes an item to display the signature. Value will vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. If the signature is not authenticated it could sell at half the market value or less.
Mark Grace autographed baseball cardA Mark Grace autographed baseball card is worth about $15. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that have not been authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.Once a collectible baseball card is signed the value of the card dramatically goes down as a collectible. The card then becomes an Item to display the signature. The bulk of the value relies on the value of the signature of the player that signed the card, and how well the card displays the signature. This is why it is not a good idea to have an expensive card autographed.
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It depends on who autographed it & how many of those items they autographed that year. Plus, it also depends on why one wants them. If it's just for keepsake, for instance, one has to consider the questions like whether it would still be kept after 3 or 4 months, whether one likes the person who autographed it, whether one cares about such things. After all, value of an item depends on the way one looks after it.
The value of a 1983 Keith Reynolds autographed America's Cup serigraph depends on its condition. This item in mint condition is valued between 55.00 and 85.00 as of 2014.
Autographed Item Autographed ItemHaving two signatures of the same player on a team signed baseball does happen every now and then. As a number of balls are passed around for a team to sign a player might accidentally sign twice. It doesn't add value but might sell at a little more if it is a star player and buyers are interested. A Signed baseball of one ball player signing twice might also sell at a little more because of the novelty, but most likely not double in value.
The value of this football is whatever someone else is willing to pay - this holds true for any clooectable item. The real value is what it is worth to you the owner
Jerry Rice is undoubtely the greatest wide receiver to ever play the game. The value of the autographed jersey will depend on the quality of the jersey being signed. Replicas are a lot cheaper than authentic or even Mitchell and Ness Throwbacks. I would estimate the value of this item to be between $385 - $499. You can check out my site for similar items. Please visit www.proautograph.com for Authentic Autographed Sports Memorabilia.
The value of an item depends on weather its new, used, and what condition the item is in. If the item is damaged, it will most likely decrease the value.
If you search the archives of auction houses that specialize in sports memorabilia for an item, you could average out the prices and find a value. Take note of the condition of the item as compared to yours as well as the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that have not been authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.
I would figure the time that has past and the value has probably gone up on such an item...I would estimate $250.00. (As long as the football hasn't been deflated!)
That would be a fantastic item to have. One item with 4 Big Time Hall of Fame Quarterbacks could easily be worth $1500 - $2000 Retail value. Check out my site for items like this and more. www.proautograph.com Authentic Autographed Sports Memorabilia
The item in question would be an item of sentimental value so that is my answer. An Item of sentimental value.
Hi....I have this item...the store promo picture from 1981 I believe...one of Gretzky's first endorsement deals....the value would of course depend on scarcity of item...and I have never seen another pic like this ever...or have never seen item on ebay...I would say it is worth...especially if it is in near mint condition between 30-50 dollars....
Really whatever the market will bear. Currently no baseball available on EBay and not a single bid on any Pedro Feliz signed item available. I would guess around 10$.
Not necessarily. Book value is the basis of the item less accumulated depreciation. Book value is rarely the actual cash value of an item, any item. Book value has to do with accounting and taxes, not sales price or actual cash value.
Many of the autographed footballs are valued in price close to $75 each. The amount for each item will vary depending upon their condition and how they are being displayed.