A New York Yankees team signed Baseball between the years 1960 -1964 can range in value between $800 -$3,000. dependin on the year signed. If it is a conbination of the 5 years it could have a lower value. The highest value for a single year from that era would be the 1961 Yankees team.
A 1961 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Kubek, Berra, Mantle, Ford, Howard, Maris, and Tresh is worth about $2,500 - $3,000.
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.
I'd say over about $4000 for a baseball signed by him in 2009.
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The Yankee Team signed baseball would be worth a lot more than a Pete Rose Signed hat. A Pete Rose signed Cap is worth about $50.-$100. Pet Rose signs autographs for a living, and is often found in Las Vegas doing so. There are plenty of Pete Rose signatures on the market to go around. I don't have the price on the 2008 Yankees baseball on hand but it should be at least a few hundred dollars. If you are doing a trade choose the 2008 Yankee baseball. for value. As a collector take the item you would enjoy most.
Final Season at Yankee Stadium signed baseball- $359.99 100th Anniversary signed baseball- $359.99 Regular signed baseball in case- $329.99 Inscribed #51 snow white signed baseball- $158 4X Gold Glove Award signed baseball- $401.49 Personalized Single Selig B&E Hologram signed baseball- $127.50 1996 World Series 82 230 Psa #p72772 signed baseball- $202.61 99 All Star signed baseball- $457.99 JSA certified signed baseball- $280 Regular signed baseball- $382.92 "96 98 99 00 WSC" inscription signed baseball- $408 "96 ALCS MVP" inscription signed baseball- $379.25 Regular signed baseball- $430.32 Regular signed baseball in case- $329
Check with baseball card collectors, that will put you in the "ball park."
Yankees team signed baseballTo find a value for your New York Yankees team you must first figure out what year it is from. If the signatures are of Yankee players from different years it will have a lower value. Searcking for the player that played the least amount of time for the team will quicken your search.
I also have a Maury Wills Signed Baseball they are valued at between $25-$35.
I used to have an authentic baseball signed by the entire cast of a league of their own. It was signed by Madonna, Tom Hanks, and all the other main people. I believe Rosie ODonnell was on there too. I sold it for $5,000 dollars on EBay with the ceritficate of authenticity.
Between $150 and $180
The value of a Tippy Martinez signed baseball does tend to vary. As of 2014 the average cost of this ball is between 150.00 and 325.00.
The value of a baseball signed by Cap Anson is between $400 and $600. The value depends with a few factors like the geographical location.
1960's New York Yankees multi-signed baseballA 1960's New York Yankees team signed baseball could range anywhere from $300.-$3,000. depending on the year and key Signatures on the ball. If the ball is made up of Yankee players from different years the baseball could have a lower value than a baseball that can be attributed to a single season. Then you would need to use the key signatures on your baseball and compare the key signatures on other team baseballs to find a ballpark figure. Mantle and Maris are two key signatures that will drive the value up.
1982 Cincinnati Reds team signed baseballA 1982 Cincinnati Reds team signed baseball with the key signatures: Bench, Concepcion, and Seaver is worth about $150.-$200.Value can reach up to maybe a 1000$ if you have some nice Cincinnati fans
New York Yankees team signed baseballsNew York Yankees team signed baseballs could sell from $125.00 to$15,000 depending on the year of the team. Team balls that feature noted player like Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Mantle or Munson will drive the price up as well as championship teams. Below is a link to a New York Yankees team signed baseball price guide.
How much a signed Rich Harden baseball is worth depends on the condition of the ball. Its value is generally between 35 and 155 US dollars.
Elston Howard was a coach for the New York Yankees between 1969, and 1979. Thurman Munson played ball for the Yankees the same years. The team baseball could be from any of those years. I will leave a link below to a New York Yankee team signed baseball price guide complete with key signatures, and links to full team rosters. Compare the signatures of the players that played the least amount of years to the roster to help narrow down what year the baseball is from.
A Joe DiMaggio signed baseball bat is worth about $1,000.-$1,500. Value might vary based on the type of bat signed. A baseball bat authenticated by the Upper Deck Co. with hologram could sell as high as $3,000.Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Add for inscriptions. In a recent auction (May 2008) a Joe DiMaggio signed 1941 baseball bat sold for $1,314.50 In a January 2007 auction a Joe DiMaggio signed baseball bat inscribed "Yankee Clipper" sold at the same price of $1,314.50
Yankee manager Casey Stengel helped Mickey Mantle to receive a higher salary contract then what Yankee management originally offered. The later to be baseball super star signed a contract for $7,500 in his rookie year of 1951.
Signed autographThere is no difference between signed memorabilia and autographed memorabilia. It is just deference in terminology. A signed baseball is the same as an autographed baseball and the same value. An autograph is signed. You could sign a check or a document but the signature would not be considered an autograph. You sign a baseball or a photo and the signature is an autograph.
If the baseball is "multi-signed", and not "single signed" you would have to name the other players that signed the baseball to get an approximate value.
Joe DiMaggio single signed baseballA Joe DiMaggio single signed baseball is worth between $400.-$600. 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. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Add for inscriptions. Personal inscription like "good Luck John" will sell at a lower value. inscription such as "The Yankee Clipper" will sell at a higher value.
a baseball is most likely to be signed by a baseball player.
It is difficult to put a value on a dual signed or multi signed baseball. The value of the signatures cannot be added up to come up with a total. Multi-signed baseballs are valued as a whole, and how desired the signatures are as a group. You did not mention which baseball commissioner signed the baseball. Two commissioners were in office during Sandy Koufax's playing days Ford Frick (1951-1965) and William Eckert 1965-1968. Either way which ever commissioner signed the baseball it will only add value if the signature is desired by a collector buying a Sandy Koufax autograph. It also works the other way. A collector looking to buy the commissioner's signature, might not desire the Sandy Koufax signature and the value will be higher or lower accordingly. A Sandy Koufax single signed baseball is worth between $250.-$400. And with the added baseball commissioner's signature the value should be more or less depending on the factors mentioned above, and which commissioner signed the baseball. A Ford Frick Signed baseball might be worth somewhere between $750.-$1,000. and the value of the Dual signed baseball could be between $400. -$750. Again, If the two signatures are desired together. The Ford Frick signed baseball by Itself might be worth more. 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. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. In a recent auction a Sandy Koufax single signed baseball sold for $310