A Mickey Mantle signed Baseball glove is worth about $500.-$1,200.
Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based condition of the glove, glove model, placement, and condition of the signature, how well the glove displays the signature, 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. Mickey Mantle was under contact with the Upper Deck company before he passed away. A Mickey Mantle signed glove in near/mint condition authenticated by Upper Deck could sell in the $1,500. -$2,000. price range.
In a recent auction (March 2008) a Mickey Mantle youth model glove signed on the outside webbing sold for $478. Another auction (Dec. 2007) a Mickey Mantle signed (outside finger) Rawlings MM6 glove sold for $1,075.
Billy Crystal paid $239,000. for a 1960 Mickey Mantle glove at a Sotheby's auction in 1999.
Vintage GJ99 Mickey Mantle Youth Glove- $9.99 Vintage Mickey Mantle HOH USA Baseball Glove Rawlings MMP- $295 GJ99 and 1050 Rawlings gloves- $8.99 (together) XPG6 Heart of the Hide Personal Model Rawlings Glove- $93
Mickey Mantle won his only Gold Glove award in 1962.
Golden Glove Award
Mickey who? Vernon? Hatcher? Mantle? Rivers?
Mickey Mantle Stands at the top of the Baseball collecting world. One of the most highly collected ballplayers, Mickey also endorsed 1000s of Items. Baseball Bats alone, I have over 100 different Mickey Mantle Store model bats and that is only the tip of the iceberg. Mickey Mantle endorsed youth baseball gloves sell between $50.00 and $100.00 in excellent to near min condition. Adult, and professional model gloves can sell between $100.00 and $200.00. If you have the original Box the Glove came in, with the glove you can get over $1,000.00 easy. Of cause there are a number of factors that will determine the value of the glove. Model, Year issued, and condition the most important. Most common flaws with Gloves are: loose or broken lacing/webbing, Dry or cracking leather, ripped Manufacturer label on back, printing on glove worn out, and the person who owned the glove name written on it. Advertisements for the Glove found in vintage magazines are a great way of dating the glove. It will also increase the value, putting the ad together with the glove. I will leave a couple of links below to help find a value for your glove.
Mickey might have used a few different gloves during the 1956 season. There is a discussion going on among "Glove experts" about a "Game used" glove on eBay that is a Rawlings Mickey Mantle model MM. It is believed that it is unlikely he used this model during the 1954-1956 seasons, rather he might have wore Rawlings HH and HSP models as issued to many outfielders at the time.At the baseball Hall Of Fame in Cooperstown a glove used by Mickey Mantle during Don Larsen's perfect World Series game in 1956 is on display. This is a Rawlings Model HH.I will leave a link picturing the glove along with a link to the Vintage baseball glove forum that is discussing the 1956 era game used Mantle glove. This forum is also a good source to find info on baseball gloves in general.
Mickey Mantle Stamped signature baseballs could sell between $50. -$200. depending on the origin of the baseball. a 1950's salesman sample Rawlings baseball, with stamped autographs of other players could sell in the $25 - $50. A promotional baseball with a stamped Mickey Mantle signature such as one offered by Rawlings in the 1950's for $1.45 with a purchase of a Glove could sell as high as $200. with original packing.
Mickey used a few different gloves early in his career. He basically used a Rawlings baseball gloves. He started with the HH model (Harvey Haddix) before Rawlings signed him to a contract. Rawlings HH and HSP models were issued to many outfielders at the time. The first MM (Mickey Mantle) model was designed after the HH model. Over the years the gloves were slightly altered to Mantles liking. Models include MMP, and XPG6 gloves. Later in his career when he moved to first base he used a Spalding model glove.
The Rawlings Mickey Mantle "Triple Crown Winner" MM9 pro design, Youth size glove is worth about $35.-$50. in excellent- near/mint condition. A glove in mint condition could sell for more. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball gloves are: loose or broken lacing/webbing, dry or cracking leather, ripped manufacturer label on back, worn printing on glove, and owners name hand written on it. any of these flaws will lower the value on the glove. See Releated Links below, for picture, and more information.
Mickey Mantle was "a member of the Rawlings Advisory Staff" which basically means he endorsed a lot of baseball gloves for Rawlings. The exact number of baseball glove models Mantle endorsed for Rawlings might be difficult to find. Mantle endorsed Fielders gloves, first base, and catchers mitts, but I'm not sure if the later was a Rawlings glove endorsement. Below I will keep a running list of Mickey Mantle endorsed baseball gloves, including MM1 adult model to MM9 youth models. See Related Links below for more information, and pictures of Mickey Mantle Rawlings gloves, and advertising.Mickey Mantle endorsed signature model baseball Gloves: * Autograph Model MM1 * Autograph Model MM2 * Autograph Model MM3 * Autograph Model MM4 * Professional Model MM2 * Professional Model MM5 * Professional Model MM6 "The Comet" * Professional Model MM8 * Triple Crown Winner MM9 * 60-4241 * Personal Model MM * MMP "Heart of the Hide" * XPG6 "Heart of the Hide" * XPG 20 Autograph Model * XPG 26 Autograph Model * BSMM * Big Leaguer (Youth Glove) * XPG3 Fastback * GJ89 Fastback * XFG1 Fastback * Trap-eze TJ35 * GJ 99 (Youth Glove) * XFB 19 First Basemans Mitt * AMC 42 * LB10
The Rawlings MMF Mickey Mantle Fastback baseball glove is a mid ranged priced glove. In very good condition they sell for about $50.- $60. and $100.-$150. in excellent to near/mint condition. As with all collectibles condition is most important on the value providing that the item is authentic.Common flaws with Gloves are: loose or broken lacing/webbing, Dry or cracking leather, ripped or missing manufacturer label, worn printing/player endorsement on the glove, and the name of the owner of the glove hand written on it. All or any will effect the value.The MMF Mickey Mantle Fastback baseball glove sold for $16.95 in 1968 as shown in the advertising at the link I left below. Advertisments like this are a great way of dating your memorabilia. They are also great to display with the glove, and might add value when selling the glove. I will also leave a link for further information on other Mickey Mantle baseball gloves.
Joe Jackson Signed Baseball GloveA Joe Jackson signature is one of the rarest autographs in the hobby. Rarely found at auction a signed baseball could sell in the $25,000. -$40,000. price range. A signed baseball glove would be compatible in value if not more. The baseball glove could be endorsed by Joe Jackson and not hand signed. A Joe Jackson signature model glove can fetch a value in the $1,000's depending on condition.
In general a Enos Slaughter signed baseball glove is worth about $85.-$150. Condition, and the glove model will effect the value as well as how well the glove displays the signature. 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 a recent auction a Stan Musial Enos Slaughter Terry Moore Signed Glove sold for $215.
There were many Mickey Mantle pins that have been made over the years. One of the most collected of ballplayer's Mickey Mantle pins sell anywhere from $10. - $500. The most popular pins are the PM10 Stadium Photo Pins. These Souvenir pins were commonly sold at baseball Stadiums from 1947 -1966. some came with an attached ribbon, or and Bat, ball, and glove Charms. A Mickey Mantle PM10 pin which comes in 7 different variations sell between $50.- $300. The most common size for these pins are 1 3/4 " but they do come in larger sizes. The pins pictures the ballplayer in black & white with different color background, and the players name on the bottom.The Mickey Mantle pins with the least value are the Blue "A Day to Remember" pins that can be easily bought on eBay for about $5. These pins are reproductions. The original 1 3/4" pin from June 8, 1969 Mickey Mantle Day pin was black & white and attached to a pennant when sold by vendors on Mickey Mantle day. (See Related Links below for pictures) For more information on these and other Mickey Mantle pins see Related links below.
I had this glove in 1978..It's a facimile autogragh..they came that way from the factory.
There were many Mickey Mantle pins that have been made over the years. One of the most collected of ballplayer's Mickey Mantle pins sell anywhere from $10. - $500.The rarest, and most expensive Mickey mantle pin is the 1952 Mickey Mantle Fan Club celluloid pin. With fewer than five known examples this pin sells in the price range of $7,000. - $12,000.The Mickey Mantle Fan Club pin holds the record at auction for any postwar baseball celluloid, when Barry Halper's example sold for $12,650 in the famous Halper auction in 1999 (Lot #1546). The pin was available for a very short time by mail only to members of Mickey Mantle's fan club very early in his career. The 1 1/4" pin featuring a black, and white Picture of the Young New York Yankees super Star, surrounded by Mickey Mantle Fan Club.The most popular pins are the PM10 Stadium Photo Pins. These Souvenir pins were commonly sold at baseball Stadiums from 1947 -1966. some came with an attached ribbon, or and Bat, ball, and glove Charms. A Mickey Mantle PM10 pin which comes in 7 different variations sell between $50.- $300. The most common size for these pins is 1 3/4 " pictures the ballplayer in black & white with different color background, and the players name on the bottom.The Mickey Mantle pins with the least value are the "A Day to Remember" pins that can be easily bought on eBay for about $5. I suspect that these pins are reproductions because there are too many pins on the market in mint condition.Honorable mention, the 1956 Mickey Mantle Yellow Basepath pins. These green pins with yellow base paths have the facsimile signature of the respective ballplayer at the bottom. The pins were made available in gumball machines in 1956 for a penny. The Mickey Mantle pin in excellent - near/mint condition sells for about $500.For more information on these and other pins see Related links below.
A Baseball Glove isA baseball glove is a beginning and an ending: a boy's first sure step towards manhood; a man's final, lingering hold on youth; it is promise...and memory. A baseball glove is the dusty badge of belonging, the tanned and oiled mortar of team and commaraderie; in its creases and scuffs lodge sunburned afternoons freckled with thrills, the excited hum of competition, cheers that burst like skyrockets.A baseball glove is Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Stan Musial, Mickey Mantle and a thousand and one names and moments strung like white and crimson banners in the vast stadium of memory.A baseball glove is the leather of adventure, worthy successor to the cowboy's holster, the trooper's saddle and the buckskin laces of the frontier scout; it is combat, heroics, and victory...a place to smack a fist or snuff a rally.Above all, a baseball glove is the union of father and son, boy and friends, man and men; it is union beyond language, creed or color.
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)
Final Season at Yankee Stadium signed baseball- $359.99 100th Anniversary signed baseball- $359.99 Regular signed baseball in case- $329.99 Inscribed #51 snow white signed baseball- $158 4X Gold Glove Award signed baseball- $401.49 Personalized Single Selig B&E Hologram signed baseball- $127.50 1996 World Series 82 230 Psa #p72772 signed baseball- $202.61 99 All Star signed baseball- $457.99 JSA certified signed baseball- $280 Regular signed baseball- $382.92 "96 98 99 00 WSC" inscription signed baseball- $408 "96 ALCS MVP" inscription signed baseball- $379.25 Regular signed baseball- $430.32 Regular signed baseball in case- $329
A baseball glove protect your body and assist players in catching and fielding balls hit by batters.
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A Tony La Russa signed baseball Glove is worth about $60.-$75. Price will vary based on the model, quality, and condition of the glove, and the placement of the signature on the glove. The better the signature displays on the glove the more valuable. 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.