The value of a New York Mets team signed Baseball form the 1960's could range from $200. -$250 for a 1966 team ball to $850. - $1,200. for a 1969 team ball. To find the value of your baseball you have to first figure out what year the Mets team is from. If the signatures are of players of different years then the baseball could have a lower value. Visit the New York Mets Team Signed Baseball Price Guide link located below. (see Related Links) The price guide features links to full team rosters to help you figure out what year the baseball is from. Searching for the players that played the least amount of time for the team will help you figure it out quicker. Once you have narrowed it down to one year the price guide also provides a list of key signatures for that year. These signatures are the most important on getting top value.
it all depends on what kind of shape it is in that decides how much it is worth
A 1969 NYM team signed bat is worth about $2,995 A 1969 NYM team signed baseball is worth about $650
The age of when the ball was signed does not determine the value. Supply and demand does. The value of the signature will rely on the popularity of the player that signed the ball, and how often he signed. If there are more collectors than signatures on the market the value will be high. If there are many signatures on the market and a lower number of collectors, a lower value.
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.
Its worth about 1,000,000 it depends on the condition of ball and if the ball is a nba certified or not nba certified ball signed will be worth more
The value of a 2007 team-signed Green Bay Packers football varies, depending on its condition and whether the ball was actually signed, or just stamped. A signed ball in good condition could fetch between $150 and $300.
A Nolan Ryan single signed baseball is worth between $100.-$200.Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. The baseball you have if inscribed by Nolan Ryan with his New York Mets stats will have more value to a Mets fan. Not desired by most other collectors it will not add much more value. Inscriptions such as "5714" will sell for more. Personal Inscriptions like Good Luck Chuck" will sell for less. If the baseball is a stat ball with the stats printed on, again it might have more value but to a Mets fan. In a recent auction a Nolan Ryan single signed baseball sold for $191.00 See Related Links below for a single signed baseball price guide.