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What is the value of two signed Yankees team baseballs with some names as Phil Rizzuto Hank Bauer Larry Berra and more?

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2008-03-01 05:55:18
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Visit the New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball Price Guide (Link located Blow.) The price guide features links to full team rosters to help you figure out what year the baseball is from. Searching for the players that played the least amount of Time for the team will help you figure it out quicker. Once you have narrowed it down to one year the price guide also provides a list of key signatures for that year. These signatures are the most important on getting top value. Once you have narrowed it down to one year you can find the value. If the baseball is signed by various players from different years then the baseball might have less value. The signature Larry Berra instead of Yogi could be an indication that the baseball you have is a facsimile (stamped) signature souvenir baseball, and not hand signed. These baseballs from the 1958 era sell in the $30.-$50. price range in excellent -near/mint condition. See Related Links Below for a picture of Larry Berra stamped signatures that appear on a 1955 baseball. If your signatures are exactly the same then you have a souvenir baseball.

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