AnswerThe value now a days is Priceless but if you would still like to buy the small cricket bat signed by the 1936 English cricket team who played India, would be an astonishing 6.3 Million Pounds. It will be auctioned at the 2011 World Cup. (InshAllah)
It is worth £26,000
1000's of dollars
Ebay it with a starting bid if £99.99
I am afraid that the current value at auction is around 25£ to 35£ depending on condition. Remember you will have to pay up to 20% commission on the sale price Prices start to go much higher when you consider pre 1949 cricket memorabilia
I have one signed hc it's 8x10
6.3 Million Pounds
In 1977 the Australian team toured England playing 5 Test Matches and 3 One Day Internationals (ODI) a total of 27 matches including County sides. The Australian Captain was Greg Chappell. England won 3 of Tests and 2 matches were drawn.Unfortunately the series took place during a dispute between the Australian Cricket Board and Kerry Packer's Television company Nine Network, which led to the ACB refusing to select players who had supported Packer, this led to a much weakened touring party.A 1977 cricket bat signed by both teams would not fetch the same value as one which contained the autographs of the missing leading Australian players, I would value the bat if in good condition with legible signatures and around 250£, of course if it was match used say from the 2nd Test at Old Trafford, which England won by nine wickets, then the bat would be worth more.
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.