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Joe DiMaggio Autograph sample


Joe DiMaggio Autograph Sample

  • CIRCA - 1990s
  • Authenticated - Scoreboard 
  • Item signed - 8 x 10 Photo
  • Price Guide - $400.-$600. (single Signed Baseball) $175.-$250. (signed photo)

 Information provided by:
KeyMan Collectibles


 This is  a Joe DiMaggio Autograph sample signed on an 8 x 10 Photo. This autograph was obtained from  Scoreboard  inc. A Joe DiMaggio single signed baseball is worth between $400.-$600. A signed 8 x 10 Photo is worth between $175.-$275. 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 baseball. 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 like "HOF 55" or "# 5", and pay less for personal inscriptions like "Good Luck Chuck"

Keep in mind that autographs can vary slightly. If a ball player signs 1000 autographs, the first one might be slightly different than the 1000th. so look for certain characteristics. Also Like in the case Of Mickey Mantle his Autograph is different at the beginning of his carrier than it was later in his life. so the Date the Autograph was signed is also important. Joe DiMaggio had an arthritic problem with his hand, and had problems signing baseballs. In fact towards the end he didn't sign them at all, which drove the price up for signed baseballs, so a signed Baseball might be slightly different. 

TIP! Don't Forget to keep your Autographs Away from a lot of Light, especially sun light! even reflected sun light will take its toll. Also be aware of team signed baseballs from the old days, in that on occasions, Club house people sometimes signed for a player that was not present. 

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.

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