View Full Version : Any idea of the value of a team signed 1992 ball?
February-4th-2009, 09:42 PM
I am trying to find out the value of a football, signed by almost the entire 1992 Redskins. It lacks only one signature(a big one though), Art Monk. It's history was it was left in the lockeroom one day, and in those days the team would all sign it. On that particular day Art Monk was not there, so he did not sign the ball. Otherwise it has all of the rest of the signatures, including Darell Green, Mark Rypen, and the infamous Matt Millen.
The ball may or may not be sold at this point, but I would like to find out from the people on here what they think the ball may be worth.
February-5th-2009, 07:20 AM
Maybe $200 if you have no certificate of authenticity. Even with a coa it wouldn't be worth enough money to sell it. Put it on display and enjoy.
February-5th-2009, 08:14 AM
With something like that, in order to get top value, you would want to have it certified by PSA or James Spence or something. If it had a letter of Authenticity from James Spence, I would guess that it would be up to $1,000 if you had just about everybody (depending on who was missing) and if it was on a Wilson official game ball. Without the letter of authenticity, I think you'd have a hard time getting much for it.
Spence representatives are at local sports memorabilia stores from time to time, and they are also at the Chantilly shows 3x a year. They are at PSGamegear in a week or two. The problem is that it costs a decent amount to have it authenticated, so I'm not sure if it would be cost effective. Not sure how much though. Maybe some of the more hard-core collectors on here would know.
February-6th-2009, 06:29 PM
If it were the 1991 team you might get a pretty penny. Team signed items of non championship teams do not sell very well even if they are authenticated. I do a team signed item every year for the Redskins and I wouldn't sell any of them unless I was really strapped for cash. It may gain in value years from now when these guys start dying but really almost everyone from that era signs regularly so there wouldn't be much demand for something like that.
February-7th-2009, 12:07 PM
Any pics of it. Is it an official NFL ball? How do the graphs even look. Hard to tell what something is worth without even seeing it. In person type autograph stuff really has no resale value, unless it has a third party COA by a legit authenticator. It is worth far more to the person who got it, than resale to someone else.
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