Casey Stengel was like a father to Mickey Mantle, and a signed Baseball of Mickey, and his first Manager would be desired. A Casey Stengel Mickey Mantle signed baseball would be worth about $300.-$500. Price will vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Multi signed Items typically sell for less than single signed items by a noted player.
The pictures of Mickey, and Casey signing the baseball would be very collectible and could be valued between $20.-$50.each. The pictures as being used to authenticate the signatures will help but might not be acceptable to get full value. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.
A person can purchase a Mickey Mantle autographed baseball online. Some online sites that sell Mickey Mantle autographed baseballs include eBay, Etsy and Sports Memorabilia.
Whitey Ford -- 1950, then 1953-1967. Yogi Berra -- 1946-1963. Mickey Mantle -- 1951-1968 Joe DiMaggio -- 1936-1942, then 1946-1951 Casey Stengel -- never PLAYED for the Yankees, but he did manage them from 1949 to 1960.
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Depends on who certified it. An Upper Deck Mantle photo has a market rate between $500 to $1000 depending on the quality of photo and clarity of autograph.
2007 Topps Mickey Mantle Autograph cardMickey mantle passed away on August 13, 1995. The 2007 Topps card you have might feature a facsimile signature as Mickey Mantle could not have signed it. If the card was a autographed insert by Topps which a cut signature would have been used then value will rely on the number of inserts that were made that year. For a value for either the 2007 Topps Mickey Mantle card or insert, the card number would be needed to identify the exact card you have. In general a signed Mickey Mantle baseball card is worth about $150.-$300. if properly authenticated.
George Weiss, the General Manager of the Yankees. Weiss said to this Casey Stengel in the presence of owners Del Web and Dan Topping. Mickey Mantle was also present.
A Mickey Mantle signed baseball card in general is worth about $150. -$300. I'm not sure of the card you have but, I would question as to the year the card was released. The Topps Mickey Mantle Home Run History set came out in 2006, and could not be autographed by him unless it is a "cut" signature" insert card. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less
You can always put pictures and other items of signficance that are conversation starters.
The price point depends upon what condition the photograph is in. It also depends on who is the buyer and where you are selling it.
See related Links below for a picture of a Mickey Mantle Autograph signed on an 8 x 10 Photo. This autograph was obtained in person at a signing in the late 1980's at a baseball card show in Brooklyn, and I witnessed the signing. If you are using it to compare to one you are purchasing feel safe that it is authentic. At the Show, signing with Mickey was Reggie Jackson. Jackson was getting $10. and Mickey was getting $15. That was top dollar back then. Keep in mind that autographs can vary slightly. If a ballplayer signs 1000 autographs, the first one might be slightly different than the 1000th. Look for certain characteristics. Also in the case of Mickey Mantle his Autograph is different at the beginning of his carrier than it was later in his life. The page with the Mickey Mantle sample (Linked at the bottom) pictures another signature from early in his career. This signature was authenticated by James Spence (JSA),
The baseball you seem to be describing is a fotoball or photo ball. The ball features a facsimile (stamped) signature of Mickey Mantle. The baseball is more of a novelty, than a collectible, and is worth about $10.
In 1951, New York Yankee rookie player Mickey Mantle was paid $7500. The salary would have been only $5,000, however, Yankee manager Casey Stengel, asked the Yankee owners to pay the $7500.
Mickey Mantle Autographed BaseballMickey Mantle single signed baseballA Mickey Mantle single signed baseball is worth about $400.-$600. Price will vary based on condition, and type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Rare examples of pristine signatures or inscriptions like "The Mick" "HOF 1974" or 536 HR's" could raise the price to the $1,000. price range. Personal inscription like "Good luck Mike" could sell below $400. A rarely signed full name signature "Mickey Charles Mantle" will break the $2,000 price mark as it did in a May 5th 2007 live eBay auction selling for $2,390.
If it's a genuine Mantle autograph, it's worth around $300. But you would need a Certificate of Authenticity through a reputable company (i.e. PSA/DNA or BGS/JSA) if you want to sell it for that much.
Many of the autographed photos are worth a price close to $30 each. The amount will vary depending upon their condition
Mickey Mantle was fortunate to have the great Joe DiMaggio as one of his NY Yankee teammates. He admired the fact that DiMaggio played the game his own way. Even his esteemed manager Casey Stengel never had to give Joe DiMaggio any instructions. Mantle also commented that DiMaggio seemed like a loner and kept mostly to himself rather than being "one of the guys". Mantle admired Joe's personal style both on and off the field.
Mickey Charles Mantle signed 8 x 10 photoA Mickey Mantle signed 8 x 10 photo sells for about $150.-$300. Price will vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Photo composition, and appeal will effect the price as well. Part of the value will be determined by how well the photo displays the signature. The type of ink used, and how it stands out in contrast to the photograph will also effect the price. Sharpie would be most preferred for a photo. Larger and more desired pictures could sell for more.If the autograph is signed in his full name "Mickey Charles Mantle" it could double the value or more.
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A Willie Mays single signed baseball is worth about $125.-$200. A Stan Musial signed baseball is worth about $60.-$100. A Mickey Mantle single signed baseball is worth about $400.-$600. Rare examples of a pristine signature or inscriptions like "The Mick" "HOF 1974" or 536 HR's" could raise the price to the $1,000. price range. Prices will vary based on condition, and type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. If the signatures are not properly authenticated it could sell at half the market value or less
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