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 signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less. For more information on team signed baseballs, links to full team rosters, key signatures, and price guide visit the following page from the link I left below.
1967 World Series BaseballYou could have either or. You have to determine if the ball you have features hand signed signatures or a stamped signature that would appear on a souvenir baseball or commemorative. You also have to determine which team signed the ball or if the signatures are of players from both World Series teams. In 1967 official regular season baseballs were used. It was not until 1978 when Rawlings started making the official World Series game baseballs that have an Official World Series Stamp. If your baseball has a 1967 World Series logo it could be a commemorative baseball with stamped signatures.
There is no way of telling the difference between a regular season baseball, and a World Series baseball from 1976. Rawlings started to make World Series baseballs in 1978 that features The World Series logo. If you have a signed baseball from the 1976 World Series then you would have to be more specific to who signed the ball. If you have a baseball that was used in the 1976 World Series without proper provenance that is was used in a Major League game or World Series it would be valued as a used baseball and have a low collectors value.
There was no World Series played in 1994 because of a players strike.
The last time the Cubs won the World Series was in 1908. They have appeared in number of series since. You would have to be more specific to the year the World Series baseball is from, and if it is signed or a souvenir from the series.
Yogi Berra played in 14 World Series with the Yankees winning 10.
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.
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The 1994 World Series was canceled when the players went out on strike for 232 days. It was the eighth work stoppage in baseball history. The cancellation of the 1994 World Series was the first since 1904.
Approx $75- $100 Each
if i counted correctly of the 208 players in the baseball hall of fame only 129 actually won a world series 29 played in a world series but never won one
The ball is worth $125.
a LOT even if a nobody signed it
Anywhere between $500 to $1,000...if it is the whole team.
Take it to an expert for an opinion.
IT depends who are the three who signed the ball. The condition of the ball & signatures. Can the ball & signatures be authenticated and certified? Were all the signatures gotten at the same time? Is there a photograph showing you getting the autographs?