Value will vary based on condition, and type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Rare examples of a pristine signature or inscriptions like "The Mick" "HOF 1974" or 536 HR's" could raise the price to the $1,000. price range. Personal inscription like "Good luck Mike" could sell below $400. A rarely signed full name signature "Mickey Charles Mantle" could break the $2,000 price range.
After condition the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature will dictate the price. Mickey Mantle was under contract with the Upper-Deck company before he passed away. Baseballs that have the Upper deck hologram could sell in the $1,000.-$1,500. price range. signatures that have not been authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.
There were many books published, Written by and about Mickey Mantle. Some include "The Education of a Baseball Player" issued in 1967 by Simon and Schuster,they sell for about $5.-$!5. "The Mick" By Mickey Mantle/ Herb Gluk - Hard cover, 248 page book published in 1985 was a best seller. Mickey tells about his life growing up in Oklahoma, his dad, and becoming a New York Yankee. This book has a value of about $15. -$25. In excellent - near mint condition
The first baseball cards, Red Backs, and Blue Backs game cards, were published by Topps in 1951 But Mantle was not part of that set. In 1952 the First set was issued by Topps with the famed Mickey Mantle Rookie card number 311. You have to be more specific to the year, and number of the card you have was issued.
Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.
There are many different Mickey Mantle Limited Edition baseball cards. The value will vary depending on the year the card was issued, and the set it is from. Limited edition is A term often used by manufacturers of collectibles to indicate scarcity. A limited edition means just that - production of the item in question will be limited to a certain number. However, that number may be large or small, and is relevant to the amount of collectors interested in it. Supply and demand. If the number of collectors in the market for the card is higher than the number produced then the value will rise. If the number of collectors in the market for the card is lower than the number produced then the value will drop. A baseball card could have been a Limited Edition to only 3 cards made but, if there are only 2 collectors that have interest in the card it will have a low value. To get a more accurate value on the card you are asking about you must provide the year the card was issued, the set it was issued with, and the card number.
1952 topps rookie.
Value of Mickey Mantle 1952 Topps 311B
2000 Mickey Mantle Bat Card
1997 Topps Mickey Mantle 1960 reprint 563The original Topps Mickey Mantle card number 563 was issued in 1960. In 1997 Topps issued a reprint of the 1960 Topps Mickey Mantle card.
No. In 1996, they did not come out with a remake of Mickey Mantle rookie card from Bowman.
A piece of cardboard with Mickey mantles picture.
The value of a Mickey Mantle holographic card would be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and the condition of the card.
2007 Topps Mickey Mantle Autograph cardMickey mantle passed away on August 13, 1995. The 2007 Topps card you have might feature a facsimile signature as Mickey Mantle could not have signed it. If the card was a autographed insert by Topps which a cut signature would have been used then value will rely on the number of inserts that were made that year. For a value for either the 2007 Topps Mickey Mantle card or insert, the card number would be needed to identify the exact card you have. In general a signed Mickey Mantle Baseball card is worth about $150.-$300. if properly authenticated.
The value of a 1963 Mickey Mantle baseball card will vary depending on the condition of the card. If the card is in good condition, it could be worth more than $1,000.
1968 Topps Mickey Mantle card number 280The 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle card is number 253. the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle rookie card is #311. In 1968 Topps issued a number 280 Mickey Mantle card but, it is not a rookie card. A 1968 Topps Mickey Mantle card number 280 has a book value of about $350.00 in near/mint -mint 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. Professionally grade cards could double the value or more.
In 1996 Topps issued a 19 card Mickey Mantle commemorative set. Card number 14 is a reproduction of the 1964 Topps Mickey Mantle card number 50. The card is exactly the same with the exception of the commemorative stamp on the front, and the set title, and copyright on the back. That same year in the Topps regular issued set a special Mickey Mantle card was issued as card number 7 (his uniform number) and became the last card to be issued as card number 7 in the Topps brand set.
A 1952 Mickey Mantle Topps rookie card once sold for $130,000. Another, his 1951 rookie card, is valued at $1 million. Baseball card prices go up and down and, basically, a card is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it.