The condition of the item, and its authenticity is most important. The type of authenticity that accompanies the item is important, but not the condition of it, unless it is so bad that it could not be read, and the buyer does not want it. It will not add value to the item based on the condition of the certificate. COA's with matching holograms sell at a higher value. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. A letter of authenticity from a trusted company like Upper Deck or PSA/DNA will add more value than a letter of authenticity from an unknown or less trusted company.
The value of a Vince Lombardi autograph would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would include the authenticity and condition of the autograph.
The value of a James Bond actors autograph varies depending on the actor, the signature, the picture and the condition of the autograph.
The value of the coin depends on the grade of the coin. The certificate means nothing. In general the coins are valued from $1.00-$5.00 in average condition.
I just sold my autographed cel at a local auction. It sold for $1,145.00 unframed. Not bad seeing I paid only $385.00 about a year ago.
In perfect condition, and with a certificate of authenticity, dealers ask between $80 and $90 for an autographed picture of Greg Townsend.
Hi do you have a photograph of the autograph as the clarity of the autograph and some sort of authenticity all add to the value as does what is actually signed
Whether or not a ring comes with a Certificate of Authenticity depends on the policy of the jeweler selling the ring. However, if you want a certificate of value for your ring, it is easy to take it to a jeweler and have it assayed.
Come with LETTER OF AUTHENTICITY from a prestige autograph authentication company, Arnold signature is worth ranged from 300 to 900 dollars.
it depends on if you have proof of an authentic autograph. You would need a certificate of authenticity to get its full value of $150-300. If you had a picture of the signing it would also be usefull.
Depends on the buyer,If you have a certificate of authenticity it's value triples.
A signed Walter Payton jersey together with the Certificate of Authenticity can be worth over $4,000. The value is based on what a buyer would actually pay for the item and can vary due to market circumstances.
The value of a collectible like a porcelain cabbage patch doll can depend on a variety of factors. What is the condition of the doll and its box? The doll in question is currently valued at roughly 150 dollars depending on its condition and whether or not you have the certificate of authenticity.
Will need more information, such as the country of origin and value printed on the stamp. You can consult a stamp catalogue at your local library to identify the year and condition of the item with an estimated value for it.
Many of the sets are valued in price close to $9 each. The amount will vary depending upon their condition.
Value is subjective but these are selling (without box or Ccertificate of Authenticity) on eBay and elsewhere for around $350.00 to $400.00 depending on condition. Box and certificate don't seem to add or detract from value.
The value of any collectible like the Sonya Olive Cabbage patch doll can vary depending on the condition of the doll, its box, and whether or not you have the certificate of authenticity. Currently, the doll is currently unknown.
I know I paid $450 for a baseball signed by Mickey Mantle, Joe Dimagio and Ted Willams at the 1976 all star game about 10 years ago. It is in mnt condition with certificate. If anyone has an idea about the price of this I would appreciate an answer. Thanks
About face value due to its condition.
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The retail value of Terry Redlin's "Lights of Home" is approximately $1,226.
Assuming you have LEGITIMATE authenticity with it anywhere from $30-$90 depending on who issues the authenticity and what kind of condition the puck is in.
it depends if it has a certificate of authenticity if it does it could be worth 20 k plus
Somewhere between $15 and $25 assuming you have a LEGITIMATE certificate of authenticity.