The .20 cents Babe Ruth Stamp was issued by the US postal service on July 6, 1983. A pin depicting the stamp was also issued. The pin has a low collectors value, and can be purchased on eBay for about $1.00
Babe Ruth did not start his Major League career until 1914. He did not play in a World Series until 1916 with the Red Sox. World Series Press pins would have been issued in 1916, and not for a player but for the team. It could have been years before a souvenir pin was issued or sold for the then unknown player Babe Ruth. You will have to be more accurate in describing the pin you have. The pin you have could not have been from 1913 or a press pin.
Value of a Babe Ruth PinRuth endorsed and promoted many products during and after his career - he was also a great self-promoter. As such, there are numerous buttons and pins depicting various images of Babe Ruth, and while all have value to dedicated collectors, values can vary greatly. These include common "Quaker Oats" pins worth $25-50, to stadium pins and promotional buttons worth several hundred dollars. Pins from his earliest playing days command the highest prices. And - as with all collectibles - authenticity and condition are the primary factors determining value. Pictures help a lot and can save a lot of time in the appraisal process. I've seriously collected baseball memorabilia for 30+ years and may also be able to help direct you to collectors interested in buying. Fake Alert on Babe Ruth Pins & MoreThere are loads of fake memorabilia being circulated in the hobby. Babe Ruth pins included. I have posted a couple of Babe Ruth pins showing the difference between a fake, and an original pin. If I do not have the pin you have posted the back of the pin could help identify it as a vintage pin or one that was made recently. contact me for further help. I will leave links below to help identify fake pins. -Steven KeymanThe biggest tipoff of a pin or badge not being vintage is the method by which the pin is attached to the back. Most recent badges have the pin going through an oval plate which is attached to the back. There's also usually an extra curl on the pin wire to protect against the point. Most vintage pins and badges have the pin soldered directly to the back with the point exposed (no protection). Methods of identifying fake Babe Ruth and other reproduction pins and badges can be found on ReproAlert.com.
The original pins where given out by Esso Stations when you joined the Babe Ruth Boys Club. Babe Ruth did a number of promotions for Esso which included the Esso Sponsored Boys club. There are many modern reproduction or "fantasy" pins on the market, and are sometimes sold as original to unsuspecting collectors. The original pins, as compared to the reproductions, have a bolder lettering. It is very evident if you hold them side by side. The original pin also has more detail on the "baseball stitching" as it has lines indicating a seam of a baseball, or "pilot holes". The reproduction does not have this feature. See Related Links Below for a comparison of both the reproduction, and the original pin.
Same as it is now...white with Navy blue pin strips at home and grey on the road.
There were many Babe Ruth pin back buttons from the 1930's. Most are from product promotions, and company endorsements, like Quaker Oats, and Esso oil.one of the more popular with collectors today is the Esso Gasoline Promotion Pin. The original pins where given out by Esso Stations when you joined the Babe Ruth Boys Club. Babe Ruth did a number of promotions for Esso which included the Esso Sponsored Boys club. These pis sell for about $100. - $150The prices are kept low because there are many reproductions on the market that are being sold as authentic. Most collectors that know about the repro's stay away from the auctions keeping the price down. The repro's sell for $25. -$50. to unsuspecting buyers.Repro's or fake's on the market are plentiful. See Related Links below for information on these reproduction pins.
Aside from Babe Ruth, perhaps no player has ever been the subject of more pins (and more interest from pin collectors) than Jackie Robinson. this 1.25" black and white photo of him in Dodgers uniform from 1947 issued for his rookie year is worth about $300.-$400. in excellent -near/mint condition. This pin is very similar to the PM10 Stadium pins that measure 1.75". There is also a Stadium pin that reads "I'm For Jackie" As with all collectibles condition is important. In a recent auction an "I'm Rooting for Jackie Robinson" pin sold for $345.
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A 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers World Series Champion pin could be worth about $350.-$500. or more. These pins were sold at the ballpark and measure about 3 1/2" in diameter. 1955 Brooklyn Dodger World Series press pins made by Dieges & Clust are worth about $600.-$800. You would have to be more specific on the pin you have for a more accurate value
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Many of these pins are valued in price close to $8 each. The exact amount you will get for the pin will depend you get it from.
You would have to be more specific on the year the pin you have is from for a more accurate value. The size of the pin, the year it is from, and if it is a photo pin. A modern pin could be worth around $10. to a vintage pin dating back to the 1926 World Series could be worth hundreds. If it a World Series press pin from 1926 the value could be as high as $1,300.-$2,400.
how much is my limited edition collectors pin #2-1982/198 complete set worth
The value of a Girl Scout pin from 1962 depends on various factors. First of all, if someone actually wants to buy the pin and how much they would be willing to pay for the pin. The condition the pin is in would be another factor. A pin in excellent condition would be worth more than a damaged pin. Also, the price you can get for a pin is always changing. The best you can probably hope to get for a 1962 Girl Scout pin is from $5 to $10.
About 10 dollars.
i believe the complete 6 pin set by pro specialities services is worth around 30-40 $ i saw a 4 pin set for sale for 25$. As with any collectible though it is ultimately only worth what someone will pay you for it
Franny's Feet - 2003 Franny and Five-Pin Net Worth was released on: USA: 7 October 2005
Sigh... it depends on who has signed it!
That depends on the age and quality of the cameo.
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About $50 dollars