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The value of the 1964 team-autographed Cleveland Browns white Wilson football in mint shape varies somewhat with the collector's market. This football can sell for as much as about 300 dollars or as little as 100 dollars.
A face value in maths is the out-side of the shape, as to say the face of a shape. The face value is the sides of a shape.
if it is in great shape it should be worth upwards of $150.
Not if the water heater is electric
the value is $ 4.50
Its value is $100.00 if it is in good shape.
The value depends on a number of things: 1. What year/season is the signed football from? 2. Whose signatures appear on the ball? 3. What is the condition of the football and the signatures on it? Once you answer these two questions, you can begin to have a notion of the value of the football.
the shape of the curve skewed is "right"
The value of a Marcus Allen football card is dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors include the age and condition of the football card.
A value of a football can be anything from 4 pounds to 15, depending on how popular the paticular ball is and how high tech it is. A decent football can be brought for around 7, 8, or 9 pounds
There is no value, above cost, of the card.
about $50,000 - $75,000
around 1000 dollars
i sold mine for $800, it was the 2006 championship football
450.00 and with a retirement in his future--it will increase in value.
Market value is around 5$
Depending on the shape roughly $350-400 in fair shape to $550-600 in excellent shape.
Not running but complete in rough shape, $2000. Very rough shape, $1000.
It doesn't have a heater control valve. The coolant flows through the core at all times. Temp control is done only by air direction in the AC/heater box.