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    I have a near perfect National League Official Rawlings BaseBall autographed by the 1975 Cinn. Reds in blue ball point pen as follows:

    David Concepcion
    Dan Driessen
    Gary Nolan
    Johnny Bench
    Pedro Borbon
    Will McEnalley (Not sure of the spelling?)
    Rawly Eastwick
    Cesar Geronimo
    Tony Perez
    Ken Griffey
    Sparky Anderson
    Joe Morgan
    George Foster
    Jack Billingham
    Pete Rose
    Please help direct me to the best source.

  • #2
    Originally posted by abulens
    I have a near perfect National League Official Rawlings BaseBall autographed by the 1975 Cinn. Reds in blue ball point pen as follows:

    David Concepcion
    Dan Driessen
    Gary Nolan
    Johnny Bench
    Pedro Borbon
    Will McEnalley (Not sure of the spelling?)
    Rawly Eastwick
    Cesar Geronimo
    Tony Perez
    Ken Griffey
    Sparky Anderson
    Joe Morgan
    George Foster
    Jack Billingham
    Pete Rose
    Please help direct me to the best source.


    lets see:


    David Concepcion (should be in the hall of fame)
    Dan Driessen
    Gary Nolan
    Johnny Bench (hall of famer)
    Pedro Borbon
    Will McEnalley (Not sure of the spelling?)
    Rawly Eastwick
    Cesar Geronimo
    Tony Perez (hall of famer)
    Ken Griffey
    Sparky Anderson (hall of famer)
    Joe Morgan (hall of famer)
    George Foster
    Jack Billingham
    Pete Rose (should be in the hall of fame, all-time hits king)


    i'm gonna say somewhere around 2,000+
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    • #3
      Man, I'd love to get my hands on that.

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      • #4
        This might be better served here, in the Collector's forum.
        Dave Bill Tom George Mark Bob Ernie Soupy Dick Alex Sparky
        Joe Gary MCA Emanuel Sonny Dave Earl Stan
        Jonathan Neil Roger Anthony Ray Thomas Art Don
        Gates Philip John Warrior Rik Casey Tony Horace
        Robin Bill Ernie JEDI

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        • #5
          value

          Very nice ball you have. a good place to see market value is on ebay. I just briefly looked on ebay, and found an o.k. 1978 reds team ball w/ a buy it now of 300. So, if I had to guess, I'd say it's easily $500, but couldn't imagine it being more then 1000. You could also bring it to a local card/collectors shop or a convention show to get a better estimate. But most of us here really don't know exact prices for a lot of the things people ask for, and there is no exact price for any autograph, it's just what someones willing to pay for it. I'd recomend just keeping it.
          Last edited by SouthSideChamps05; 02-19-2006, 02:10 PM.

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          • #6
            I've been in the business a long time... My best guess would be around $500 tops. Sounds like a pretty cool ball though.
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            • #7
              eBay is the only way...

              The best and only way to get a true value is eBay. You can get a TRUE value of anything on eBay (see what it actually sells for). A card store is never good for any appraisal, they sell modern garbage, and 95% wont have a clue on the item you ask about, especially prewar items (1880-1940).
              Go to eBay and do a completed auction search and you will see what an item like that has sold for in the past. Id est it would sell in the $300-$500 range mainly because it really isnt that old and most are still living. When you go back to the 1930-50 era thats when you hit $1000-$3000+ balls. Nice find. Good luck.
              If anyone has old baseball cards they need info on I will gladly help. When I say old I mean 60-120 years old.

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              • #8
                Any help trying to find the value of these cards
                Moises Alou, First year with the Expos
                Barry Bonds, 5th year with Pirates(not on steroids)
                Ozzie Guillen, 6th year with White Sox

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Homerunhitter
                  Any help trying to find the value of these cards
                  Moises Alou, First year with the Expos
                  Barry Bonds, 5th year with Pirates(not on steroids)
                  Ozzie Guillen, 6th year with White Sox
                  Unfortunately none of those cards have retained a very high value. In the late '80s and early '90s all the card companies massively overproduced their cards. For example, the book value on that Barry card is probably about $1, which means that you would be fortunate if someone were to actually offer you a quarter for it.

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