C Ronaldo,L Messi,S Gerrard,F Torres,Kaka,D Drogba,W Rooney,I Casias,T Terry and C Tevez.
The "Players of the Century" jerseys are knock-offs of the officially licensed "NFL Throwback" jerseys sold by Mitchell and Ness of Philadelphia. They are of a lower quality than the authentic jerseys but the cost about 1/10 what an M&N would. The word "value" is a bit of a misnomer. *DO NOT BUY ONE DOMESTICALLY OR OUTSIDE OF KOREA* over $20-40 USD. Anyone selling PotC as "authentic" with high price tags is either totally clueless or is a complete scammer and trying to rip you off. Also, do not purchase one with the NFL logo as owning one is technically copyright infringement. Hence, there is little or no memorabilia value to a PotC jersey. That said, they make new jerseys for some players you may not be able to find anywhere else, including from M&N (I have a bid out for a Jim McMahon Chicago PotC jersey right now on eBay--G'luck finding one of those *new* anywhere) and the quality of the jerseys is quite good when you consider that it only costs about $30-50 USD including shipping to get your hands on one.
The exact value of a 1979 Dallas Cowboys football signed by the entire team would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the authenticity of the signatures and the condition of the ball.
Bret farve and dan marino rookie card
dallas stadium is the biggest one
Depends on condition. If its graded a 10 it can bring over $5000.00. If its in poor condition maybe $10.00 that is his rookie I'm speaking of. Either way definately a great card since he made HOF.
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These cards including Federico, sun din, jag ... etc. o pee chi rookie cards and also all the cards from 1988 where mass produced. This is because of the high value of the scarce cards from the 70's, making people interested in hockey cards.
Plus the Internet makes finding cards much easier. These cards don't have a chance to increase in value. I bought my Federico for $25, jag for $28, and sun din for $10 back in 1993. All these rookie cards dropped half in value.
Good news is: buy these cards for the cheap price they're at. wait 25 years, then sell them.
depending on the player the condition some card traders will offer a fair price between $100-$7500. i sold a few Wayne Gretzky's and Guy Lafleur's. But older cards like from the 60's and 70's in mint condition would sell for better ($11,000.00-80,000.00)
1/2 a cent, its an Oklahoma ball, getv a cowboy ball singed by him
Technology is a big reason. Kids now would rather play a video game, pretending to be Ken Griffey Jr., than look at him on a piece of cardboard. There is not the demand for the cards as much as their used to be. Also the economy is not the greatest, and people dont have the extra money to spend on baseball cards.
Art has many cards that'll easily sell for over $100, but unfortunately, this isn't one of them.
You'd be lucky if you got more than 20 cents for it.
Hope that helps,
What would this type of football be worth with the team and vince lombardi signatures?
Footballs featuring the genuine autographs of the 60's-era Packers are highly sought by collectors. Presuming authenticity, values can range dramatically. Key factors are: the placement, size and clarity of the the star players' signatures (the bigger and bolder, the better), the type of ball (is it an "Official NFL" ball?), and the all-important overall condition of the ball and signatures. "Provenance" - the who, what, when and where of a signed ball's history, may also add value if documented. If genuine, your ball would be worth $500 to as much as $750, depending on all the aforementioned factors. An absolutely pristine official ball with Lombardi would be worth as much as as $1000. With autographs, a picture is truly worth the proverbial thousand words, and can save alotta time in the authentication, appraisal, and selling process.
Just an FYI, a couple weeks ago in a New York auction, a '62, '63, and '65 Packer team signed balls went over $2500 a piece. The '65 went highest at $2980. This ball will fetch much more considering it is the first year for the superbowl, in which Green Bay defeated Kansas City. Other than Lombardi, you have 9 other HOFer's on it. Once authenticated, this ball will be the needle in a haystack. Anything less than $10k would be crazy.
I would say in the range of $50.00 to $70.00 with proper authentication and depends where it is being sold.
Topps did not make many Limited Adition Topps cards. The card is then worth about a hundred dollars or more since Mcnabb will probally be a Hall of Famer one day.
depends on the type of card
Apparently not much, doing a simple search on Google brings up a ten dollar sale for it on Amazon.
Cooper Manning used to play football, but spinal stenosis kept him from a professional career.
A David Wright autographed baseball card is worth between $15.-$20. 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.
In general, collectors of baseball cards would rather have a baseball card without the signature. The signature would be considered as a flaw in the condition of the card and will lower the value. An inexpensive card will benefit, but if the value grows in the future it will be held back by the growth of the value of the signature
I've seen them as low as 25 dollars.
The value of the Super Bowl XXVIII leather jacket varies greatly depending on the style and condition of the jacket. Some of these jackets sell for about $150 and some for as much as $500.