A baseball in poor condition with a weak signature could sell in the $4,000. price range or less, and a minty baseball with a strong signature could sell in the $15,000 price range or more. But with all said the strength of the authenticity that accompanies the signature will hold the bulk of the value.
A signature with the quotation marks around "Babe" that typified his pre-1928 autograph will sell at a higher value as well.
If the signature is not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less. For more information and a sample of a Babe Ruth signature visit the link I left below.
1 million dollars......
If you do a search for a Babe Ruth signed baseball, you will find plenty of photos of a Babe Ruth signature at many of the top auction houses. See Related Links below for a picture of a Babe Ruth autographed baseball. Google Images. Enter: Babe Ruth Autographed Baseball
put it on e-bay
It depends. How good is your Dad's handwriting?
200 dollars or more
Babe Ruth signed basketballBabe Ruth did play other sports but will not be identified with any other but baseball. The most preferred item for a Babe Ruth signature would be a baseball, but the unique nature of the signed vintage basketball would make a neat display. A Babe Ruth signed baseball in general is worth about $6,000.-$10,000. and i could see the basketball selling for more. The type of authenticity that accompanies the signature, and how well the signature is displayed on the basketball will effect the value. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.
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1914 Babe Ruth Baseball cardA Babe Ruth 1914 Yankees card does not exist. Babe Ruth played for the Boston Red Sox in 1914. Babe Ruth did not play for the Yankees until 1920. Babe Ruth's rookie baseball card was produced by the Baltimore Sun Newspaper in 1914, and was the only Babe Ruth card issued that year. A Babe Ruth 1914 rookie card sold for $270,000 in 2008.