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Are autographs worth anything?
Autographs are big business and can be worth hundreds or thousands of dollars. How much a particular autograph is worth usually depends upon a couple of factors: the popularity or notoriety of the person in question and rarity. The more popular or notorious a person is, the more valuable the autograph.
Why do people pay for autographs?
The main reason, because they can. Its an exchange, you get an autograph and keepsake, they get some cash. Its an exchange, you get an autograph and keepsake, they get some cash.
How much is Kobe Bryant's autograph worth?
Kobe's autograph will only continue to rise as he died at age 41 and will never sign again, reads the item description. The seller claims that the ball could be worth $10 million in 10 years. Another pricey piece, priced at $788,888.24, is a #8 Sign of the Time card autographed by Bryant from his 1999-2000 season.
Does Kobe Bryant sign autographs?
In 1996, after becoming a first-round draft pick by the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe got his first card and autograph deal with Score Board. The deal, which was eventually sold in Score Board's bankruptcy, was still honored by Kobe, and in 2002 Steve certified over 15,000 autographed pieces through PSA/DNA.
How much is a Lebron James autograph worth?
Some items are worth more than others. Lebron James rookie cards that have been signed and numbered can sell for thousands of dollars. An NBA officially licensed basketball sells from $500-$600. If someone is selling a Lebron James signature to cheap you can bet that the autograph is a fake.
What's the best item to get autographed?
The top items that we recommend to consider are helmets, mini helmets, footballs, jerseys, photos and game used equipment. All items can be displayed differently and have different values to them when they are signed.
How much do Panini autograph players make?
Companies like Panini and Leaf pay draft picks per signature -- an industry source says McKinley's rate was in the $2 to $5 range -- and the players sign sticker sheets that are then added onto the cards.
How much do athletes charge for autographs?
Most every national athlete charges for an autograph. Backup QB Jets charges $160 for an autograph and $75 for a picture.
What is the best thing to get autographed by a basketball player?
The top items that we recommend to consider are basketball shoes, basketball, jerseys, photos and game used equipment. All items can be displayed differently and have different values to them when they are signed. Compared to other sports, basketball is unique in which people love to collect basketball shoes.
Are Topps certified autographs real?
Topps certifies that the signature on the card is an authentic signature of the stated player. The only thing hand-written is the actual autograph. The card is printed with the guarantee on it, and either the sticker auto is attached or the player then signs it.
What is a hard signed autograph?
Hard-Signed Autographed Card An autographed card that features a signature inscribed directly onto the card's surface. Instead of being a part of the normal base set, however, they are part of a subset, or set within the set. They look different then the common cards, and usually have different names.
What basketball cards are worth money?
George Mikan RC $403,664. Year/Company: 1948 Bowman.
Pete Maravich RC $130,054. Year/Company: 1970 Topps.
Bird / Erving / Magic RC $60,667. Year/Company: 1980 Topps.
Michael Jordan $60,000.
Kobe Bryant RC $58,100.
Michael Jordan $51,988.98.
Lebron James RC $45,025.25.
Bill Russell RC $39,995.
Are trading cards worth anything?
Most cards are worth a lot less, though. A Hank Aaron card from the 1970s may be worth only $20 to $25. And the price of any card can vary a lot based on its condition. Other potentially valuable items are autographed baseball and basketball cards that were inserted in packs of cards during the 1990s and 2000s.
What is its on a contract signature page?
By indicates the name and signature of the person who signs the contract on behalf of the business. Its indicates the position of the signer, such as President, CEO, etc. By and its are used when a contract is signed by an authorized signatory of an entity. By is the person's name and its is the person's title.
How do you sign off a contract?
To "sign off" is informal speech meaning "to approve." If I sign a contract, I am agreeing to the terms. If I "sign off" on a contract signed by others, it means I approve it, regardless of whether I write my name on something, or send an e-mail. It could be by signing the document, but not necessarily.