The value cannot be determined without knowing which 12 Hall of famers signed the baseball.
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.
It all depends on who the players are, and which company made them.
The value of the baseball would be determined by the year of the team, and the signatures of key players, or the players that have made it to the major leagues. Players like Dale Murphy, and Chipper Jones would have added value to the ball. The value might be less than a single signed baseball of the player or an Atlanta Braves team signed baseball but might appeal to a collector that desires an early example of the players signature. The baseball could also have higher value if sold in the Richmond Virginia area as it is the local team. Collectors in that area might be interested in the baseball as a team they rooted for even if it lacks the number of players that made it to the Majors, but that would also limmit the number of collectors in the market.
Many of these signed team photos are valued at a price close to $200. They will vary in price depending upon the condition of the photo and who all signed the photo.
It is best to have a baseball card signed that has a low value, and has less of a chance of growing in value in the future. Once a baseball card is signed it loses it's value as a collectible card, and becomes an item to display the signature. It is less appealing to the card collector, and the collectible becomes the autograph. The bulk of the value will rely on the autograph, not the card. In general, a collector of baseball cards would rather have a baseball card without the signature. The signature would be considered as a flaw in the condition of the card and will lower the value. An inexpensive card will benefit but, if the value grows in the future it will be held back by the growth of the value of the signature. In the world of collecting autographs, signed baseball cards have a lower value than signed photo's, and baseballs. There is a small community of collectors that do collect signed baseball cards, and this keeps the value down. They are in less demand. It would cost you the same amount of money to have a Baseball Card signed as it would to have a Photo signed but, the photo will have a higher resale value. The baseball will cost a little more to have signed but, will have a greater growth in value.
The bulk of the value will rely on the signatures, and not the collectible value of the book. The value of the signatures will be valued a cut signatures. Each signature will be graded, and valued on it's own merit. Cut signatures sell at about 10%-20% the price of an autographed baseball. Cut Signatures are often cut from an item that has been ruined to save its value such as a baseball card, cover of a publication, photograph, letter or notebook on which it was originally signed. Cuts are commonly used for inserts by baseball card companies, or used by collectors to frame with a photo of the player.
Search for a signed photo for the player on eBay's closed auctions or use the auction archives of the many online auction houses that specialize in baseball memorabilia. Take note of condition and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. This should give you an idea of value.
I have not found any closed auction with a signed baseball card but being compatible in value with a photo the value should be in the $3,000.-$4,000. price range in general with added value for the card. value may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature, and how well the baseball card displays the signature. Signatures that are not authenticated could sell at half the market value or less.In a few recent auctions a signed 3 x 5 photo sold for $5,377.50. a large 17 x 21 fountain pen signed photo with inscription sold for $23,900. The average photo sold for about $3,000. - $4,000 A signature would be considered as a flaw in the condition of the baseball card and would lower the value of the card.
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it depends.... if is on an original photo, or postcard, it can reach a value about 150 - 200 $.
The plaque is not the item of value it is to display the photo. The value will rely on the type of photo that is displayed. Today there are many mass produced 8 x 10 photos that can be easily bought for about $10. All photos will have a value but It all depends on what type of photo you have. The value of your photo will rely on if it is an original first generation photo made from the original negative, a snap shot taken, a news service photo, or a wire photo printed off a teletype machine. All are highly collectible, and can sell between $20. -$200. in general. The photo could also be from a magazine premium or a team released photo sent to fans. Contact me with more details or I can help you figure out what type of photo you have. For more information on vintage photos visit the link below Vintage Baseball Photos. You may find similar photos like yours
The value will vary depending on the size, the type of photo, and it's origin. If it is a modern reproduction 8 x 10 photo it would only have a value of about $10.00. Original first generation photos printed from the original negative will have a higher value. The photo could be a news service, press or wire photo. These type of photos could range in value from $50. -$200. with photos that were used in publication having added value. Photo Composition, and historic reference will also be a factor.The photo could also be part of an advertisement or premium given away with a product or publication. Premium photos do sell at a premium. A Mickey Mantle photo that was given away by Rawlings with the purchase of a baseball glove could sell in the $100. -$200. price range. A photo that was included with a Mickey Mantle game called "Big League Baseball is worth about $75. -$125.More information would be needed to give an accurate value, The photo would have to be correctly identified as to it's type, and origin. I will leave a few links below to help you identify the photo including; a Mission Soda, and Rawlings premium photos, A Yankee Stadium give away, a Yankees Picture pack photo, and the "Big League Baseball" photo.
In general a signed baseball card is worth about 30% - 40% the price of a signed baseball or about the same price of a signed 8 x 10 photo. A high valued baseball card might add some value to the signature, but the signature is the collectible not the card.
The Value of the baseball would be determined by the whoautographed the baseball. The Atlanta Braves team, the Cleveland Indians team, or players from both teams that played in the World Series. If the baseball was signed by a single team it could have a higher value than the signatures belonging to players of both. The condition of the signatures, the authenticity that accompanies the signatures, and the key signatures that appear on the baseball, all will be factors. Either way a value cannot be estimated without the knowledge of at least who signed the baseball. First base.
1930 New York Yankees team photoInformation about the origin of the photo would be needed to determine the value of the photo. If the photo is a modern day reproduction, it would have a value of about $5.-$10. Photos issued by the team, press photos, premiums given out from a magazine or from an advertising promotion will have a higher collectors value.
That would depend on who the photo is of.
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Baseball did not exist in 1804, and the players that signed the cards would need to be known to give a value.
The 1977 Topps baseball card set book value in Mint condition would be $190. Single cards are worth about .20 cents for the average players.
A Hank Greenberg signed photo is worth between $175.-$275. Price will vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Photo composition, and appeal will effect the price as well. Part of the value will be determined by how well the photo displays the signature. The type of ink used, and how it stands out in contrast to the photograph will also effect the price. Sharpie would be most preferred for a photo. Larger and more desired pictures could sell for more. If the photo is inscribed "1936" by Hank Greenberg it will have added value. If the signatures are not properly authenticated the photo could sell at half the market value or less.
Noted players key to ValueThe baseball will have a higher value if sold locally. The key to the value will rely on the signatures of any ballplayer that made it to the big leagues. You would have to do some home work, and find any noted players that signed the ball. Then a more accurate value can be placed on the ball. Signatures of ballplayers early in their career can carry a premium.
Babe Ruth Facsimile Signature photoIf the photo is a modern day reproduction it might have a value of about $5.-$10. depending on the quality of the photo. If the photo is an original premium advertising photo from a promotion in 1934 it could have a value of about $100.-$200. if it can be proven it is authentic. Any accompanying advertising that show it's origin will give it added value. An example would be a Baseball Magazine Company Premium Photo. Baseball Magazine Premium Photos are blank-backed sepia tone photos printed on semi-gloss heavy paper stock. You had to send away for the photos. these photos were issued around 1920 through 1950.