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Cal Ripken Jr. Autograph sample


Cal Ripken Jr Autograph Sample

  • CIRCA -1994
  • Authenticated - The Man of Steal sports 
  • Item signed - Ticket
  • Price Guide -  $100.-$150. (signed baseball) $60.-$100. (signed photo)

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 This is  a Cal Ripken Jr Autograph Sample which was signed on a Full game Ticket. Authenticated by "The Man of Steal sports". A Cal Ripken Jr. single signed baseball is worth about $100.-$150. A Cal Ripken Jr. signed Photo is worth about $60.-$100. Larger and more desired photos could sell for more.

Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signature. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Add for inscriptions. 

Collectors will pay more for inscriptions such as "2632" and pay less for personalized inscriptions like "Good Luck Chuck" Signatures authenticated by Steiner sports, MLB or his personal authentication hologram sell at the higher price.

TIP! Don't Forget to keep your Autographs Away from a lot of Light, especially sunlight! Even reflected sunlight will take its toll. 

 The Ideal conditions for display would be indirect lighting, at a room temperature of 65 - 70 degrees, and 50% humidity. Always check your signatures periodically for signs of fading or deterioration, and avoid excessive handling.

Visit the Single Signed Baseball Price Guide for values on other players.

Cal Ripken Jr. Autographed Baseball

"Cal Ripken Jr. has become more than just a great baseball player. He has become a baseball legend. Having more than 3,000 hits, 400 homeruns and the record for most consecutive games played, Ripken has separated himself from the rest of the pack. Celebrat "

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