Individually signed baseballs usually have the autograph on the sweet spot; the shortest distance between two seams. This location on the Baseball is the most preferred by collectors because it is centered as to the point of view, and pleasing to the eye when displayed. The other "sweet spot" is were the manufacturing stamping is placed on the ball.
The "sweet spot" on team signed baseballs are typically reserved for the manager of the team, or and the teams most popular player. The choice of the player that signs the "sweet spot" can effect the value of the baseball.
Because the "sweet spot" is the most pleasing way to display the baseball, the collector will want to display the player of note as the center piece of the baseball. If the "sweet spot" was signed by a less popular player, and the player of note signed on another spot that cannot be viewed when the "sweet Spot" is displayed, the collector is more apt to pay less for it. The player of note on the "sweet spot" will be more desired, and will bring a higher price when sold.
When acquiring multi-Autographs on one baseball keep in mind that the first player you approach will sign the "sweet spot" first. Asking a less desired player not to sign the "sweet spot" might hurt his ego, and could land up handing you the baseball back signed on the "sweet spot" or not signed at all. Turning down a player when the opportunity is there is not wise as well. Have a "sweet plan" before you start.
nothing you might just want to give it to him lol
An autograph is a person's signature, so parts of it are the first and last names.
Of course you do! you can not just get a free autograph from someone who is this important to baseball
priceless.....why would you want to get rid of an Arnold Palmer autograph anyways
why would you want to do that
I think it depends who signed it.
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The child asked the famous baseball player to autograph his ball, and he cheerfully agreed. An appraiser did not feel that the Lincoln autograph was particularly valuable.
You get fraus teeth and ring the phone then get the pen and go to zac and say I want your autograph
Signed autographThere is no difference between signed memorabilia and autographed memorabilia. It is just deference in terminology. A signed baseball is the same as an autographed baseball and the same value. An autograph is signed. You could sign a check or a document but the signature would not be considered an autograph. You sign a baseball or a photo and the signature is an autograph.
Go to a baseball game or go to an autograph signing
As much as you care. Sorry to say. Unless you have a gold inlaid autograph, it will cost you more to sell it then you will get back.
The most common way to get an original autograph is by find the celebrity personally and asking for their autograph. If the autograph you want belongs to a person that is already deceased, you can find famous original autographs at trade shows or auctions, or shops in your area that specialize in memorabilia.
Baseball players charge an average of twenty dollars to autograph T-shirts with pictures of themselves on it. This is just a ballpark estimate, however.
A Marvin Miller autograph on sweet spot of an official major league baseball in blue ball point will run about $500.
Only the graph part, but maybe as close as you can get.
debends what kind u want
Yes you are. Yes you so are. Want my autograph?=)
je veux votre autographe
Each person has different tastes in who they like and what styles they like of music and actors and such, so my most sought after autograph won't be the same as anybody else's. So it really depends on you, and who will be the most sought after autograph that you want.
The only definite way to know an autograph is real is to obtain it yourself. However, if you are looking to prove the authenticity of the autograph to a person who is not capable of determining its authenticity on their own, then you can have a third party autograph authentication company, like PSA or JSA, certify the item. The cost varies depending on the type of item and who signed it.
this does not make sense, do you want an autograph fron 'Jon mason'?, wait, who is Jon mason.......?
the authors autograph their books by machines. it is the computerized autograph.