Footballs featuring the genuine Autographs of the 60's-era Packers are highly sought by collectors. Presuming authenticity, values can range dramatically. Key factors are: the placement, size and clarity of the the star players' signatures (the bigger and bolder, the better), the type of ball (is it an "Official NFL" ball?), and the all-important overall condition of the ball and signatures. "Provenance" - the who, what, when and where of a signed ball's history, may also add value if documented. If genuine, your ball would be worth $500 to as much as $750, depending on all the aforementioned factors. An absolutely pristine official ball with Lombardi would be worth as much as $1000, and perhaps more. With autographs, a picture is truly worth the proverbial thousand words, and can save alotta time in the authentication, appraisal, and selling process.
The value of a 2007 team-signed Green Bay Packers football varies, depending on its condition and whether the ball was actually signed, or just stamped. A signed ball in good condition could fetch between $150 and $300.
The value of this football is whatever someone else is willing to pay - this holds true for any clooectable item. The real value is what it is worth to you the owner
What would the value be on a superbowl one ball signed by team and vince lambardi?
about $537.84 becuz i bought one
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.
probaly about $100
Probably not very much now as I think he's out of football altogether.
Ours just sold at auction for $425
I have no real number, I would estimate around 20,000 dollars
it depends on how many autograph's , are they real or stamped , the condition of the ball, but I seen this ball goggle this ( Run To Daylight with 1962 NFL Champions, Green Bay Packers Team Signed Football ) and the book is about $850.00
A lot. I will buy it from you!!
I think you may have included a bad year (1982). He was a member of the Packers from 1956-1971. If it truly is a 1982 ball, he may have signed it at "Bart Starr" day, but if it's not an actual game ball from his era, the value will be lower. Bart Starr was the coach that year.
I saw a Green Bay Packers signed football on Antiques Roadshow about 6 months ago (that would be around Aug 2007) and it was apprasied for about 6,000 dollars. I found it very interesting because I have a GBP footballl from 1967 as well that I won at a football convention in 1967 in Wichita Kansas when I was playing Pee Wee football. With the Packers in contention now for the 2008 Superbowl (I'm writing this 14 Jan 2008) I am sure that 'our' footballs are worth more. For more info go to PBS Antique roadshow and do a search!
The value will probably be a lot of money because of how oold that is. If I were you, I would try to find someone that knows a lot about the Packers, the person will probably be Moore interested, therefore, paying more.
The value may depend on which two players signed it.
Many of the signed footballs are valued in price close to $100 each. The exact of the football will depend upon who all signed the football and its condition.
about $50,000 - $75,000