it depends on the condition of the helmet for example is it still intact
Signed Mini HelmetAutographs differ in value depending on the item signed. Baseballs are the most popular because of its connection to the game, availability, and it displays the signature well. If the Mini Helmet displays the signature well it might be compatible in vale with a signed baseball or less. Signatures that are not properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Condition is important as well. A signed full sized batting helmet could have a higher value than a signed baseball.
Probably close to 1,000$. That's a pretty nice helmet!
it is 2 dollars
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.
value....worth....its what someone is will to pay for. If in demand, more than what someone would have paid yesterday or next month. Intrinsic value is real or truthful Value which may the purchase price of the football and not the charge it costs to obtain the signatures. Worth is what someone wants to pay for it from you.
about $50,000 - $75,000
1967 rams football whats it worth signed by all players
There are many factors that comes into play when determining the value of a mini-helmet signed by Favre. 1. What type of mini-helmet? 2. Was it signed in person or bought from a second party? 3. Does it come with certificate of authenticity? Answer to 1: Usually, a mini-helmet made with metal facemask with accurate replication of the very same helmet worn by Favre commands the highest value. If it's a lineman type facemask, it brings down the value. Collectors are somewhat picky. They prefer a helmet that is accurate right down to the minutiae of the full-size Favre helmet. Answer to 2: If it was signed in person by Favre in front of you, then that is great! If it was me, I wouldn't care what the value of the helmet was...the intrinsic value of getting it signed in person by a Packer legend would be ENOUGH for me. But if it was signed by him and sold by a 2nd party, I would question several things: Where was it signed, proof, and what kind of quality the helmet is. And above all, trust in the 2nd party means something. Answer to 3: A certificate of authenticity is ONLY worth the paper it's printed on. That's my opinion. You have to look for the obvious beyond the words on the paper. There are several companies out there that deal in sports memorabilia, companies I have found to be of good reputation. Of course there's a bit of a higher cost when dealing with these companies. Same thing for PSA/DNA and GAI. Personally anything with a official Brett Favre hologram affixed to the piece in question would help. So as to determining the value, like I said---all of these have to come into play. Beware of fake items. For instance I came across a helmet SUPPOSEDLY signed by Favre except I pointed out to the seller the helmet was signed "BRETT FARVE" Classic. Ha. Hope this works.
a football signed by Daryl Johnston Dallas Cowboy is worthninety dollars
i have a team signed helmet as well from 1996-1997 with PSA-DNA certificate, and the value is nearly 1400.00 dollars now. i purchased mine for 1250.00 in MAY 2008. Sure is a great item to have a for-ever collectable.
450.00 and with a retirement in his future--it will increase in value.
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.
It is valued at $1200.
the value of a football signed by the stoke city team is worth about 1 million quid. your really lucky to get one. stoke are the best team in the world!
like $239.99 or $599.99