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    Re: Autographed Football

    The values of autographed footballs have come down a lot. I recently got an authenticated Terry Bradshaw for $75, an authenticated Greene, Greenwood, Holmes, White one for $100 and a Hines Ward one for $100. As with everything in this economy, it's a good time to buy.

    If it's not authenticated and if it's not in a condition that would look good displayed, it may be worth a lot less than you think it should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plainnasty
    The values of autographed footballs have come down a lot. I recently got an authenticated Terry Bradshaw for $75, an authenticated Greene, Greenwood, Holmes, White one for $100 and a Hines Ward one for $100. As with everything in this economy, it's a good time to buy.

    If it's not authenticated and if it's not in a condition that would look good displayed, it may be worth a lot less than you think it should be.
    Individual sig balls are a bit different than a ball with multiple big name sigs. I fully suspect he could get at least 500 for the ball if they autographs are in good shape and have been taken care of.

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    And as morbid as it sounds, the value may increase because White and Gilliam have died, so it is not possible to have such a ball re-created at a trade show somewhere.


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    Thanks all, for the input.
    The ball and autographs are both "display quality".
    I'd never sell the thing, was just curious as to what it might be worth.

    I know it would not bring thousands, so there's no need to ever sell it. It's worth much more to me than the monetary part. It's a nice, one of a kind, piece of Steeler history.

    Thanks.

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