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I have a Hutch glove with DiMaggio on the pinky finger of the glove how much is it worth?

Joe DiMaggio pre war Signature model gloves sell for about $250. in (VG) very good condition- $600. in near mint condition. Pre war DiMaggio gloves printed in block letters (VG) $75.-$150. in excellent condition.

Post war gloves sell for about $150 for the signature model, and $50. with block letters.

Most Joe DiMaggio Hutch Gloves have laced fingers (post war). The Hutch DiMaggio's have the DiMaggio last name only in signature style, but it is believed to be the Vince DiMaggio's signature (Joe's Brother) since Vince was an endorser with the Hutch company.

Condition is very important in putting a value on the glove. to help you with grading the glove properly visit the following page. Baseball Glove Grading Guide

I have a stamped 1947 Bob Feller 1663 JC Higgins with no laces between the three fingers in fairly good condition. I am looking for a value. Can you help?

Most split finger gloves like the one you have were made in the 1940s or earlier. Gloves are typically divided into two categories; prewar, and postwar. Bob Feller gloves are common and were made during both eras. They sell between $35. in good condition to $125 .in Near/Mint condition.

I did a quick check to see if any have sold recently, and came up on a bunch of replicas of this glove selling for about $65.-$70. The JC Higgins Model 1636 is an exact replica of the glove Bob Feller used in the 1950s

The glove you have is marked 1947, and is not a replica. I found a (4fingers) Bob Feller JC Higgins glove marked 1941 that sold for $25. in good condition.

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