Signed baseballs documenting this era of New York Yankees teams are very collectible and often, very valuable -- especially those dating to the season of 1927, a year in which the Yanks fielded what is considered the best team in major league history. Any ball from this year, and the two years preceding and proceding it, are worth a couple thousand dollars, minimum. If it dates specifically to 1927, its value would rise dramatically. Presuming authenticity, the key factor in value is the specific year and the all-important overall condition of the ball and Autographs. Other key factors include: type of ball ("Official American League" ball?), whether there are any "clubhouse signatures" (autographs signed by ballboys, attendants, etc.), and the total number of signatures present. Both Ruth's and Gehrig's signatures were often signed by others, and as such, the authenticity of their signatures is a critical factor in determining value. With autographs, a picture is truly worth the proverbial thousand words, and can save alotta time in the authentication, appraisal, and selling process.
well there are lots of fake world series bats .but autographed Louisville slugger bats go for about 500$ TO 2000$
Lou Gehrig played in 7 World Series, and a total of 34 games.
a LOT even if a nobody signed it
Lou Gehrig won six World Series championships as a member of the Yankees.
Lou Gehrig .361Lou Gehrig had a .361 average with 119 World Series at bats.
Lou Gehrig played in 7 World Series and won 6. He batted .361 and hit 10 home runs in 34 World Series games.
Lou Gehrig (.361 batting average).Lou Gehrig had a .361 average with 119 at bats in world series games.Check out the site below.http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/g/gehrilo01.shtml
Without and autograph it is worth about $10-$20. Autographed it is worth about $50.
Lou Gehrig played in 7 World Series with the Yankees and the Yankees won 6 (1927, 1928, 1932, 1936, 1937, 1938). The one World Series Gehrig lost with the Yankees was in 1926.
Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Ty Cobb very lucky for me, I have all three.
The value of a 1992 World Series baseball is approximately $1000.00 to $2000.00. This depends on its condition, whether or not it was autographed by at least 20 of the most important players, and documents stating that the ball was really used during the series.
I have a 2000 Subway series bat in the box never opened printed autographed bat from both teams. Does it have any value?
A 1992 World Series baseball is probably worth $1000.00 to $2000.00. This is based on the balls condition, documentation saying that the ball was really used during the series, and it is autographed by the entire team (or at least 20 of the most important players).
between 2,000 - 4,500 based on psa rating
$350.-$600 is the value of the whole team autographed photo signed by the 1966 world series orioles.
The Value of the baseball would be determined by the whoautographed the baseball. The Atlanta Braves team, the Cleveland Indians team, or players from both teams that played in the World Series. If the baseball was signed by a single team it could have a higher value than the signatures belonging to players of both. The condition of the signatures, the authenticity that accompanies the signatures, and the key signatures that appear on the baseball, all will be factors. Either way a value cannot be estimated without the knowledge of at least who signed the baseball. First base.
1927 over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
If the actual players didnt sign it, then it is not worth much more than any other baseball bat
Lou Gehrig (born June 19, 1903 in Yorkville, New York; died June 2, 1941 in Riverdale, New York) was a baseball player who played for the New York Yankees between 1923 and 1939.He was a six-time World Series champion and seven-time All Star.
A Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig duel signed baseball is worth about $15,000. -$30,000. Price will vary based on the type of baseball signed, condition of both the baseball and signatures, and what type of authenticity that accompanies the signatures. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.In an auction held in May of 2007 a pristine example of this duel signed baseball sold for $33,460. and another sold for $26,290. The type of baseball will also effect the price with an Official American league baseball from Ruth and Gehrig's playing days being of the most value as a baseball from 1932. The baseball being used in the 1932 World Series could devalue the baseball if it is in bad shape. Without a letter of provenance from there is no way of proving that the baseball is from the 1932 World Series.
The New York Yankees won the 1938 World Series. A 1938 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: McCarthy, Gehrig, Dickey, DiMaggio, Ruffing, and Gomez is worth about $2,000.-$3,500. 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. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable. If the baseball was used in the 1938 World Series it could have a lower value based on condition. A clean White baseball would be most prefered. In a recent auction a 1938 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball sold for $3,883.75 If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less.
It Depends what kind of series is it and if its in good countion
A Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig dual signed baseball is worth about $15,000. -$30,000. Price will vary based on the type of baseball signed, condition of both the baseball and signatures, and what type of authenticity that accompanies the signatures. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. The "three other" signatures on your baseball would normally bring the value down But, if the inscription to the umpire refers to the 1932 World Series it could have added value. In an auction held in May of 2007 a pristine example of this dual signed baseball sold for $33,460. and another sold for $26,290. in October 2007 an excellent dual signed Ruth Gehrig baseball signed with the quotation marks around "Babe" that typifies his pre-1928 autograph sold for $14,340.
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.
Lou gehrig 361 This is the answer to another question: Which player, with 100 or more at bats, has the highest World Series batting average?