Probably around $10.000.
I have no idea?
There are many factors that can impact the value of a sports collectible including its condition. The value of a football autographed by the entire 1973 Green Bay Packers team in the original box is approximately 200 USD.
I would like to know this too. I have one signed by the entire team.
Many of the autographed footballs are valued in price close to $250 to $300. The amount will vary depending upon the condition of the ball and how it is being displayed.
At least 150$ or so.
More than all the money you've ever touched in your entire life...
I've got a basketball signed by the entire dream team. current view is worth about $5,000.
i think it should cost 3 million dollars cause there not all that good.
See: WWII memorabilia & collectibles.
Around $200-400, on the higher side if its certified or from the team etc. Less if you just got them all yourself.
that worth as much as someone is willing to give you. you can get $45-80 if can be proved that the signatures are legit
depending on the enthusiastic buyers wants, i'd say around $4,000, but you're best to get it valued by an expert.
This is an authentic reach football signed by the entire notre dame team has Steve beurlein , Tim brown , and many othe big names it's the entire team it has been in my family for 20 years and I even have a picture of me holding in when I was 6
the value of such a rare collectors item is currently at $17000 but is rapidly increasing. good luck selling and this will make you rich! :D
Assuming you have LEGITIMATE authenticity papers with it, it should be worth between $600- $1000. It all depends on condition and the degree to which the signatures may have faded.
Depends what size the photo is example 8x10 or 16x20 etc... An 8x10 is worth between $40-$60. A 16x20 is worth between $80-$120. I am assuming you meant that Roy is the only signature on the photo.
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).
The part of speech of entire is an adjective.Consider: the entire group / the entire household
Hockey Stick ValueIts hard to say, if the entire team signed it and its an original it could fetch thousands of dollars. It depends on what collectors are willing to pay. You would get more for it if you sold it in the Toronto area, given that Toronto is a leafs town.
Yes, it is. It means whole, complete, or intact, e.g. an entire population, an entire city block, an entire day.