Multi-signed baseballs will bring a higher value with a theme. For example: Team signed baseballs, HOF baseballs, 500 Home Run Club, 3000 hits, 300 wins etc.. Multi signed baseballswith random ballplayers of different teams or popularity will bring the lowest price.
Depending on the signatures. In most cases a single signed Baseball of a "Noted Player" will be worth more than a multi signed baseball that features the same "Noted player".
Using Mickey Mantle as an example of a "Noted Player" vs. an actual Multi signed baseball that sold at auction, and included Mickey Mantle's signature on it.
In two separate auctions a baseball with three Hall of fame players, Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, and Duke Snider Multi-Signed Baseball (NY center Fielders) very desired Willie Mickey and the Duke baseball sold for only $334. and $448. For the most part less than a Mickey Mantle single signed baseball which has a value of about $400.-$800.
Value is based on the price collectors pay for an Item. There are more collectors of Mickey Mantle memorabilia, and his signature is more sought after than the other two HOF'ers on this baseball. You have to treat this as two separate items. A Mickey Mantle single signed baseball, and a Mickey Mantle Multi signed baseball. There are less collectors of Hall of Fame multi signed signatures, than collectors of a Mickey Mantle signature. Therefor a Mickey Mantle Signed baseball will sell at a higher price.
Katie Price is does autographs in public whenever she goes to a red carpet event.
Try comparing it to the other autographs and find out the average price for the similar autographs, and probably put your price close to what the others are.
you can go to Ebayand find the price then if you want it you bye it
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No actually... they don't they can just get easy autographs.
It looks like a baseball with a lot of players autographs on it...what else..
Autographs manufature their own food (plants) heterotrophs have to consume autographs or something else that consumes autographs (carnavoers, herbavoers, omnivoers)
The market for collectibles can change quickly. Usually what is worth the most money consistently are rare autographs on rare objects. Meaningful equipment (like a historic baseball) can command a hefty price.
You can go to Amazon and type in "Army of Darkness autographs" and you'll find a number of autographs .
The best way to get their autographs is to meet them at a concert.
No more autographs, please!
Try Ebay............just type in the year, team name, etc.
at a card show public appearance or before the start of a game
almost every one, except for players that want their signature to be RARE
Look to the links below for both Star Trek and Star Wars autographs .
Authentication for 1 signature ranges between $20-$250 depending upon the autograph. The newer autographs are in the $20. price range and the older rare autographs are in the $250. price range.See Related links below for PSA/DNA authentication fees.
Some do; others don't. It depends on the time of day and where they are.
No, they are too busy, But they are signing autographs
Yes, Nick Swisher signs autographs!
yes ive gotten autographs afterwards
I did some research and found out that they are worth round estimate of - $350
You price them
whatzername says: a person that collects autographs is known as a philographist... other answer? One who collects autographs is called
there are many uses for baseball: making money, getting hot girls, getting famous, people screaming for your autographs, but the most important thing is having fun.