questionsneed help in pricing/selling team-autographed…


I'm under the impression that a piece of memorabilia that has anything more than just a single autograph has to be exceedingly rare or popular to have any value.

I'd guesstimate that your football is worth a little less than a new football at Walmart.


I disagree. I have been to several sites where a team-signed ball is priced for a pretty penny, just nothing around the date of this one, or the team. It is not a game ball, was designed just for being signed, and has the entire team and the coach at the time (Jim Mora) signatures on it. I also found that the coach rarely signs anything.


Have you brought it to Antique Roadshow?