Depends on the shirt, club or country. If its England, it has a greater value than a club. If it's club then is it home or away, e.g rare away or 3rd kit more valuable. Home shirts hold lesser value as worn more regularly, so more of them. If you know the game then it holds a greater value than an unknown game, also can you prove it IS match worn and not just match issued/prepared. As a former agent of footballers I can tell you that players are given more than one shirt and often prefer to keep their worn shirts for friends/family/themselves, even choosing to hand over issued shirts to other footballers who request a swap after a game. I know of one lad who asked Beckham to swap after a game and he said the shirt was for someone else, but later passed on a match issued shirt to the guy via a mutual friend. So it depends on the authenticity and whether it can be proved that IT IS actually worn. This is the tricky bit and due to the fact that most people claim to have match worn shirts based on "some one telling them", shirts should be presumed to be match issued. I have such a shirt that even has grass stains on it, (although un-autographed) and according to Sothebys the auctioneers, it holds the value of £300-£700 at auction. Hope this helps.
A Rick Nash autographed jersey is worth anywhere from $300 to $600 dollars. Jerseys with a holograph or from a stadium series are worth more.
The value is always in the eye of the beholder. That being said ... i am looking for one too for my sports room. I recently bought an autographed Wayne Gretzky officially autographed jersey for $600.00 ... and he is the best in history (so far). I wouldn't pay more than $200 for an autographed Bosh jersey. You just might have to look for a little while.
Do you have one you're trying to sell? I'd be interested!
whats the value of an autographed on ice jersey from rob blake
I would estimate $25.00 - $50.00
The value of a Steve Young autographed Super Bowl XXIX ___ : football: $ 450 jersey: $320 - $1,750 picture: $ 90-115
A David Wright autographed baseball card is worth between $15.-$20. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that have not been authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. In general, collectors of baseball cards would rather have a baseball card without the signature. The signature would be considered as a flaw in the condition of the card and will lower the value. An inexpensive card will benefit, but if the value grows in the future it will be held back by the growth of the value of the signature
Very rare. Autographed selling for $800-$1200
Answer12,000Absolutely not that type of value. He is still alive and signs so this is obviously a crazy value. What type of jersey is it? He likely is closer to the $50--$100 value unless it is a game-worn jersey.
I will give you $100 for it