Signatures will vary in price based on condition, the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature, the item signed, and how well the item displays the signature.Baseballs are the most common, and preferred by collectors because of it's connection to the game, low cost, availability and it displays the signature well. The signed baseball represents the average price for a signature, and by deducting or adding from this price for the Item signed accordingly will give you a good idea on value.
The lowest priced signed item would be for a "cut Signature.", and Index cards are the next step up, both sell at a fraction (about 10%-20%) the price of an autographed Baseball. Autograph photos typically sell at about 40-60 percent the price of a baseball with bats, uniform Jersey's and equipment selling at a higher price due to the higher cost of the item, rarity and display.
In general if an autographed baseball is worth $100. the same autograph on a 8 x 10 photo $50. a cut signature $20. on a bat $150. The percentage of the price could also vary based on the popularity of the player, and how sought after the signature is.
A Stan Musial signed baseball is worth about $80.-$150.
A Stan Musial Signed 8 x 10 Photo is worth about $50.-$100. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less In recent auctions:
A Stan Musial PSA Graded Gem Mint 10 signed baseball sold for $107.55
A Stan Musial Signed Louisville Slugger 125 baseball bat sold for $203.15
A Stan Musial Signed 8 x 10 Photo sold for $42.00
The value has little to do with the dollar but with the going rate of a Musial autograph. The quality and legibility of the signature will affect the value as will the condition of the dollar. Most autograph collectors would prefer his signature to be on a baseball or on baseball memorabilia.
Stan Musial Signed Baseball GloveThe value of a signature will vary depending on the Item signed, display or "eye appeal", the grade of the signature, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. A Stan Musial single signed baseball is worth about $80.- $150.Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. 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 signed baseball glove could sell at a higher value than a signed baseball but there are many other factors that will effect the value more or less, such as the type of ink used. A sharpie would be preferred over a pen signature because it will stand out more. The condition and quality of the glove will also effect the value.For example a signed Stan Musial adult sized signature model glove in near mint condition will sell at a much higher price than a Stan Musial Youth glove that has been used. If it's not a Stan Musial glove it will have a lower value.The placement of the signature, on the finger, thumb, front back etc.. is also a factor but the bottom line is how well the glove displays the signature.Value is based on past auctions and sales. I found a signed Stan Musial signature series glove with a strong Sharpie signed signature on a used glove that sold for $121. (see Related Links below)
This never happened. Walt Alston had a pretty short career with the Cardinals. His only time in the majors as a player was 1936, six years before Musial joined the team. Walt came to the plate one time -- and struck out.
1959 Topps Stan Musial card number 150A 1959 Topps Stan Musial card number 150 has a book value of about $120.00 in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more money than a non graded card in the same condition. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.
Stan Musial Signed 8 x 10 PhotoStan Musial Signed Baseball Bat is worth about $150. -$250. The most preferred bat for a signature is a bat closest to the size, and model the player used. The better the quality of the bat the higher collectors value it will have. A Jersey about the same price.A Stan Musial Signed 8 x 10 Photo is worth about $40.-$60. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may 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. Smaller 5 x 8 photo's could sell for less.Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.
Stan Musial single signed baseballA Stan Musial single signed baseball is worth about $80.- $150. Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Add for inscriptions.Collectors will pay more for inscriptions such as "HOF 69" and pay less for personalized inscriptions like "Good Luck Chuck" Signatures authenticated by Steiner sports, or Mounted Memories that use authentication holograms sell at the higher price. The case is not a collectible.
Depends on whose signature it is
A genuine signature of JFK is worth about 2.500$
Stan Lee's net worth is around $200 million.
Don't know but wish I did. Had a 1958 Musial H web model bought at M&H Sporting Goods in Philadelphia PA for $59 I believe. Had it until one of my teenage sons borrowed it in the late 80's, never to be seen again. A real pity.
the same value you paid for it, i have the same problem. Can't sell or 50 cents on the dollar so we loose.