Babe Ruth brass Yankee Stadium locker tag In an auction held in November of 1987 a Babe Ruth brass locker tag from Yankee Stadium, sold for $7,150. at Phillips in New York. This was a record price for a locker tag at the time. 1987 was pretty much the beginning of the baseball card boom, and the large number of baseball memorabilia collectors would not grow until the mid 1990's with the popularity of eBay. In today's market the same Babe Ruth Locker tag should sell for at least 10 times that amount with the proper authentication. Yankee Stadium memorabilia will sky rocket with the new stadium opening in 2009. If I come across any recent auctions for this item or similar items I will up date this post.
I would like to know the value of my Thomas Kinkade special edition painting of Yankee Stadium i bought in August 2007
The 1987 postcard of Yankee Stadium would be worth about $5,-$10. in near/mint condition. With the new Stadium opening in 2009 the value will rise in the coming years, but not by much.
Wow, is this a ticket stub from the first game ever played at Yankee Stadium? I don't know the real value, but the value of a 1923 world series stub from Yankee Stadium is anywhere between a few hundred and a few thousand dollars, depending on condition.
around 2-3,000 dollars
Joe dimaggios sold for 8,000
1956 World SeriesThis 1956 World Series featured the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Big Game was when Don Larsen pitched a Perfect game on October 8, 1956 at Yankee Stadium. The face value for a box seat in Yankees Stadium for the 1956 World Series was $10.50, the Upper and lower stand reserve was $7.35 Bleacher seats cost $2.10
At Yankee Stadium Box Seats Field level were $3.50 and weren't much more for the series.
If you are able to get the card graded an 8 or higher you should be able to sell the ticket for around 300-400 dollars.
I would take the card to a reliable Baseball card shop and see if they could help or even call Yankee Stadium :-)
These are going for between $1200 and $1800 each, depending on what kind of shape it is in. Now that I have answered that....can you tell me what that plaque looks like and where it is attached? I have a seat that does not have a plaque.
A 2008 Upper Deck Yankee Stadium Legacy Collection Billy Martin baseball card number 2317 has a book value of about $3.00 in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.
Wow, this is a great item. I'd have to do some research, but this program would be interesting to many collectors, especially if its in nice condition. Please contact me so we can discuss further. In a June 10 2005 Sotheby's Auction, a Yankee Stadium April 18th, 1923 Opening Day Program. sold for $14,400. This program is extremely rare. Do not confuse this with a 1923 Opening Day reproduction that came as an insert from a Yankee Yearbook. I'm not sure of the year but It would make sense that it was 1973 the 50th anniversary of Yankee Stadium. the Yearbook included a 32 page insert, and I believe the 1923 program was part of it. This insert would sell for less than $10. I have it stored away somewhere. If I come across the year I will up date this page.
Condition, of course, is a key to the value of your program. Vintage programs in average condition can generally be found for under $100, but your program is somewhat special because 1923 was the first year the Yankees played in Yankee Stadium. As a point of reference, a 1923 Yankees/Giants World Series ticket stub in used but not abused condition books around $300. In a June 10 2005 Sotheby's Auction, a Yankee Stadium April 18th, 1923 Opening Day Program. sold for $14,400. This program is extremely rare. Do not confuse this with a 1923 Opening Day reproduction that came as an insert from a Yankee Yearbook. I'm not sure of the year but It would make sense that it was 1973 the 50th anniversary of Yankee Stadium. the Yearbook included a 32 page insert, and I believe the 1923 program was part of it. This insert would sell for less than $10. I have it stored away somewhere. If I come across the year I will up date this page.
A 1943 New York Yankees World Series Full ticket played at Yankee Stadium is worth about $200. -$225.and a ticket stub (Rain Check) about $125.-$175. Condition is important. The slightest flaws could bring the price down significantly. Common flaws include; rips, creases, stains, and fading. Ticket stubs that are not ripped cleanly will also sell for less.
There was no no-hitter in the World Series in 1958. The only no-hitter in the World Series was pitched by Don Larsen of the New York Yankees against the Brooklyn Dodgers on October 8, 1956, at Yankee Stadium.
== == It depends on the overall condition of the seats. You might want to compare the condition of your seats with photos posted on: YankeeStadiumSeats.com (See Related Links below) You can get an idea of what they can retail for these days. There are lots of different seats posted on this website at several different price points. The nicer all original condition your seats are in, the more valuable they can be. More input In general, Yankee Stadium seats that were originally installed in the 1920's sell between $2,000. - $3,000.for a single seat.up to $4,000+ for row seats The Seats from the 1950's sell between $1,200. -$1,800. per seat, and multiple row seats start at about $1,000. a seat x the amount of seats in the row and up. Value will vary based on condition. Used but not abused seats sell at the highest price. Seats that were poorly stored away and show signs of rust, or wood rot will sell at a low value. Restored seats could sell for less than a seat in good condition, in it's original state. With the new Stadium opening in 2009 the older seats should go up in value. The current predicted price for seats that will be sold after the closing will be $500. per seat. New York City owns Yankee Stadium, and is negotiating the rights to sell memorabilia from the stadium.
A 1956 World Series Program New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers is worth about $150. - $250. in excellent to near/mint condition. The Yankees won the 7 game series 4 games to 3. Game 5 of this world series is the game Don Larsen pitched a Perfect game on October 8, 1956 at Yankee Stadium. This Program has a Great cover featuring The old Yankee Stadium, and Ebbets Field, with the teams respective managers Casey Stengel, and Walter Alston.
Press pins which have been distributed since 1911, are distributed to members of the media by the host teams for the World Series games. The press pins are made to be worn on the lapel to provide reporters access to cover the game.The 1936 New York Yankees World Series Yankee Stadium press pin made by Dieges & Clust: Threaded Post is worth about $600.-$800. in excellent - near/mint condition.
Ebay sells them for the best value.
1976 New York Yankees YearbookThe 1976 New York Yankees Yearbook with the Yankee Stadium cover has a book value of $15.00 - $20.00 . in near/mint condition.Condition is very important in getting a price anywhere near this price. Common flaws with yearbooks would be staining, foxing (yellowing), fading color, stains, creases, rips, loose pages, cracked binding, and writing on the cover.
As of right now nothing ... you'll have to wait for many years to see if it has any value. Now if you had a 1913 New York Highlanders opening day game ball, the ball will be worth much more ...