The value for a fully signed Real Madrid shirt from 03-04 will depend on who signed the shirt and the rarity and conditon of the shirt. A person should have the item appraised by a professional for the true value.
wouldn't want it if you gave it to me
The value of a Manny Pacquiao signed tee shirt will depend on how many tee shirts there already are that have been signed. The more rare the item, the more value it will have when it goes on the market.
Obviously you have such a shirt,are you interested in selling this?e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
It depends on the shirt (t-shirt, replica jersey, authentic jersey, etc.), it's condition and who signed it.
How much a Warwickshire cricket team shirt would be, if it was signed by the entire team, would depend. The actual value of the shirt would depend on the condition it is in and if there is any sort of supply and demand for it at the time.
Sports fanatics often buy signed football shirts and get them framed. Framed football shirts adds value to the shirt and they can look nice in any room.
2 years ago I sold a Bristol City shirt for £250. It was the shirt that was worn when we played Brentford in the Play Offs when John Ward was manager and the shirt had been signed by all the team
Hello, I work within the football memorabilia industry and have done so for over 15 years. I have assisted the auctions of many rare and valuable match worn shirts and player owned memorabilia. The value of your shirt depends on the authenticity that you can provide, basically you have to prove to the buyer/bidder that it is genuine. This is achieved through documentation such as a certificate of authenticity. But be careful as there are thousands of unscrupulous people out there who sell such items that are described as match worn or signed but in fact are not. They simply devise these spoof certificates on their own computers based on lies and fraud, then when investigated proven to be void and thus lessening the value of your shirt from genuine to fake. Should you have a genuine COA (signed by a credible auction house, coded by the shirt manufacturer, signed by a player or club representative, hold a letter from the player who signed/wore the shirt) then you have a product that holds value. Presuming that you have such a COA your shirt would be valued at £800-£1200 match worn by Beckham in the final, £400-£700 match issued to Beckham for the final, and £200-£400 if it is a replica shirt. If you don't have a credible COA then the value would be a great deal less. Hope you find this helpful. Graham.
It depends on how much someone is willing to pay. To me it as no value but to someone else it could be priceless. Put it to auction with a reserve of the least your willing to take and it will find its own value.
Italy national football team play in blue and white.
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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.
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A little more than $700
Try ebay, a collector or a sports memoribila auction.
The age of when the ball was signed does not determine the value. Supply and demand does. The value of the signature will rely on the popularity of the player that signed the ball, and how often he signed. If there are more collectors than signatures on the market the value will be high. If there are many signatures on the market and a lower number of collectors, a lower value.
The value may depend on which two players signed it.
What is the value of a signed baseball ?
Iv found partialy sgined shirts framed for 499 pounds. As well as a auction record for a signed 'treble' shirt selling for 846 pounds.
Mentioning a team would have helped. The team would probably drive it's value. Mainly for a team signed Green Bay or Kansas City jersey considering 1966 was Superbowl I.