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    Signed baseball?

    Hi - I'm new to the forum, I haved a signed baseball from the Philadelphia Athletics from 1940 that has all team members including Connie Mack. Does anyone have an idea of what it would be worth? thanks so much!
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    It depends on if the Mack auto is genuine or a clubhouse signature. If the Mack is genuine then you might be able to get $250-$300 for it. If it's a clubhouse signature, then it's probably worth about $100-$150.

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    Only good sig is Mack

    The 1940 A's team was sorry, no stars, it was after they gutted the team, only good signature would be the Mack. Better estimate with pictures.

    In nice EX-NRMT condition $500-$700 is average for that ball at auction.

    Authentic Mack Sigs below (on a ball he signed a little slower)
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    Connie Mack signed baseball

    Quote Originally Posted by flyingdutchdude View Post
    The 1940 A's team was sorry, no stars, it was after they gutted the team, only good signature would be the Mack. Better estimate with pictures.

    In nice EX-NRMT condition $500-$700 is average for that ball at auction.

    Authentic Mack Sigs below (on a ball he signed a little slower)
    I have a Connie Mack signed baseball in fair condition what is it worth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cashcastle View Post
    I have a Connie Mack signed baseball in fair condition what is it worth?
    Well like stated above a ball signed by him in near mint would fetch roughly $500-$700. Soooo... in "fair" condition probably around $300ish.

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    I do not know if you are interested in selling it. I think the people at http://philadelphiaathletics.org/ might be interested in it. They might also give you an idea on exactly how much the ball is worth. That particular team did not have a lot of stars on it but some of the individuals that are baseball historians and are fanatical about the Athletics while they were in Philly would probably give you more for it than just some baseball collector. There might be a lot of people in that organization that will give you some big time money for that ball.

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