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I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?

 
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I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
It was cracked in play, and my dad was at the game and received the bat. My dad recently passed and I received a bunch of his sports collectables.

Anyone have any clue what I could get for it? The signature is very clear, and certifide authentic. It's a really cool bat.
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Bank dude, bank!
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is there any blood on it ?
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Look up a company called PSA

They do PSA-DNA authentication and it will up the value of your memorabilia cause many hardcore collectors need some sort of assurance that what you say happend, happend.

Its a small fee but I would find a place to take it in person obviously. Sometimes PSA will be at a local card show giving deals for their service.

Many people send in cards to get graded by them they are the best company by far.

Otherwise, any true collector won't be able to give oyu as much money cause theres that thought it isn't real
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Look up a company called PSA

They do PSA-DNA authentication and it will up the value of your memorabilia cause many hardcore collectors need some sort of assurance that what you say happend, happend.

Its a small fee but I would find a place to take it in person obviously. Sometimes PSA will be at a local card show giving deals for their service.

Many people send in cards to get graded by them they are the best company by far.

Otherwise, any true collector won't be able to give oyu as much money cause theres that thought it isn't real
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Thanks for the info!

I know for a fact it's legit. My dad was a big fan, and went to literally 100s of Hank Aaron's games. My grandfather confirmed it happened before he died, and my dad loved telling the story of getting this bat.

The signature has already been authenticated too.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Bank dude, bank!
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How much do you think? Like over $2k?
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Look up a company called PSA

They do PSA-DNA authentication and it will up the value of your memorabilia cause many hardcore collectors need some sort of assurance that what you say happend, happend.

Its a small fee but I would find a place to take it in person obviously. Sometimes PSA will be at a local card show giving deals for their service.

Many people send in cards to get graded by them they are the best company by far.

Otherwise, any true collector won't be able to give oyu as much money cause theres that thought it isn't real

Thanks for the info!

I know for a fact it's legit. My dad was a big fan, and went to literally 100s of Hank Aaron's games. My grandfather confirmed it happened before he died, and my dad loved telling the story of getting this bat.

The signature has already been authenticated too.
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worth 2$ dolla
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
It was cracked in play, and my dad was at the game and received the bat. My dad recently passed and I received a bunch of his sports collectables.

Anyone have any clue what I could get for it? The signature is very clear, and certifide authentic. It's a really cool bat.
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What other collectibles did you get?
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Bank dude, bank!

How much do you think? Like over $2k?
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not 2 grand but maybe 450-$600.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
It was cracked in play, and my dad was at the game and received the bat. My dad recently passed and I received a bunch of his sports collectables.

Anyone have any clue what I could get for it? The signature is very clear, and certifide authentic. It's a really cool bat.

What other collectibles did you get?
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A ton of stuff. My dad collected since he was a kid.

I have most of his cards...lots of baseball, football, and basketball. Some notable ones are Hank Aaron, Nolan Ryan, Mickey Mantle, Joe Montana, lots of Michael Jordans...and 1000s more!

I have a an autographed Joe Montana jersey, and Jerry Rice jersey in really cool cases.

Lots of other trinkets like mugs, ashtrays, and other toys from sports stars.

I know VERY LITTLE about this stuff, so I probably have a gold mine, but have no clue how much.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Bank dude, bank!

How much do you think? Like over $2k?

not 2 grand but maybe 450-$600.
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That's it?????!!
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Look up a company called PSA

They do PSA-DNA authentication and it will up the value of your memorabilia cause many hardcore collectors need some sort of assurance that what you say happend, happend.

Its a small fee but I would find a place to take it in person obviously. Sometimes PSA will be at a local card show giving deals for their service.

Many people send in cards to get graded by them they are the best company by far.

Otherwise, any true collector won't be able to give oyu as much money cause theres that thought it isn't real

Thanks for the info!

I know for a fact it's legit. My dad was a big fan, and went to literally 100s of Hank Aaron's games. My grandfather confirmed it happened before he died, and my dad loved telling the story of getting this bat.

The signature has already been authenticated too.
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No prob, i deal with cards all the time. As long as the authentication is by a reputable company, like the item is serial #'d and can be looked up in a database or something.

Otherwise thats pretty cool man, very unique story you have there. Truly a momento

i say you keep it to show your son, grandkids one day .

The only player worth noting today is Jeter, rest are roid mongers. So having that bat get better everyday a roid mogner comes to the plate.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Dude. Go to Reno and take it to these guys. If you're lucky they will call in a sports memorabilia expert.

[link to img98.com]
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Bank dude, bank!

How much do you think? Like over $2k?

not 2 grand but maybe 450-$600.

That's it?????!!
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Economy sucks, the fact its broken, and he's still alive

Once the man passes then obviously theres no more autographs to be had.

the fact its broken obviously means it was game-used...

I'd say that price range is pretty fair considering autographed balls no more than $300 i think ...
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Dude. Go to Reno and take it to these guys. If you're lucky they will call in a sports memorabilia expert.

[link to img98.com]
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I love that show! I think they're in Vegas not Reno.

I'm thinking I could get at least $2K for it, but again, I know shit about this stuff.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Dude. Go to Reno and take it to these guys. If you're lucky they will call in a sports memorabilia expert.

[link to img98.com]

I love that show! I think they're in Vegas not Reno.

I'm thinking I could get at least $2K for it, but again, I know shit about this stuff.
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[link to cgi.ebay.com]

Price: US $9,999.00

Up for sale is a bat signed by 11 Hall of Fame players that all hit 500+ home runs. Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Ted Williams, Reggie Jackson, Eddie Matthews, Frank Robinson, Harman Killebrew, Ernie Banks, Hank Aaron, Willie McCovey and Mike Schmidt. This bat appraises for almost $16,000. This bat comes with the certificate of authenticity from Hollywood and sports memorabilia with serial numbers attached to both the bat and the certificate. Your purchase of course comes with all documentation and is 100% original. This bat is a full size 34" Adirondack bat.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
Dude. Go to Reno and take it to these guys. If you're lucky they will call in a sports memorabilia expert.

[link to img98.com]

I love that show! I think they're in Vegas not Reno.

I'm thinking I could get at least $2K for it, but again, I know shit about this stuff.


[link to cgi.ebay.com]

Price: US $9,999.00

Up for sale is a bat signed by 11 Hall of Fame players that all hit 500+ home runs. Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays, Ted Williams, Reggie Jackson, Eddie Matthews, Frank Robinson, Harman Killebrew, Ernie Banks, Hank Aaron, Willie McCovey and Mike Schmidt. This bat appraises for almost $16,000. This bat comes with the certificate of authenticity from Hollywood and sports memorabilia with serial numbers attached to both the bat and the certificate. Your purchase of course comes with all documentation and is 100% original. This bat is a full size 34" Adirondack bat.
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DAYUM! Thanks for the link!

My bat only has Aaron's signature on it, but since it was used in an actual game by Hank Aaron himself, might make it more special.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
signed ball of hank aaron

[link to cgi.ebay.com]

Price: US $599.00


You won't get much more than that for the bat
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
is there any blood on it ?
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the reason i say this is because if the bat shattered in his hands there might be some of Hammerin' Hank's dna. You make your very own homerun king!
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signed ball of hank aaron

[link to cgi.ebay.com]

Price: US $599.00


You won't get much more than that for the bat
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hmm, I would think a bat used in play would be worth a lot more than a ball...baseballs are fouled off and hit into the stands all the time. It's very rare to get an actual bat used in a game by the player who signed it..isn't it?
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
is there any blood on it ?

the reason i say this is because if the bat shattered in his hands there might be some of Hammerin' Hank's dna. You make your very own homerun king!
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LOL!

No blood that I can tell. The bat is just cracked from the top to about half way down from a hit ball. The bat isn't shattered at all.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
check out the website sportsmemorabilia.com there are sev autographed bats for sale....but i'm sure yours is much more valuable...try selling it on ebay for over 500.00.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
signed ball of hank aaron

[link to cgi.ebay.com]

Price: US $599.00


You won't get much more than that for the bat

hmm, I would think a bat used in play would be worth a lot more than a ball...baseballs are fouled off and hit into the stands all the time. It's very rare to get an actual bat used in a game by the player who signed it..isn't it?
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no, you are right

but I said you wouldn't get much more than that, maybe $1500
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signed ball of hank aaron

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Price: US $599.00


You won't get much more than that for the bat

hmm, I would think a bat used in play would be worth a lot more than a ball...baseballs are fouled off and hit into the stands all the time. It's very rare to get an actual bat used in a game by the player who signed it..isn't it?


no, you are right

but I said you wouldn't get much more than that, maybe $1500
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$1500 would be nice. I really hate to sell it, but I really need the cash now.
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signed ball of hank aaron

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Price: US $599.00


You won't get much more than that for the bat

hmm, I would think a bat used in play would be worth a lot more than a ball...baseballs are fouled off and hit into the stands all the time. It's very rare to get an actual bat used in a game by the player who signed it..isn't it?


no, you are right

but I said you wouldn't get much more than that, maybe $1500

$1500 would be nice. I really hate to sell it, but I really need the cash now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 917587

You don't need the cash that bad, it is a memory, don't lose your memories over cash!! Sell your washer and dryer!

You would sell it someone like me who doesn't know you or give a shit about your past. Then 20 yrs down the road think about it.
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signed ball of hank aaron

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Price: US $599.00


You won't get much more than that for the bat

hmm, I would think a bat used in play would be worth a lot more than a ball...baseballs are fouled off and hit into the stands all the time. It's very rare to get an actual bat used in a game by the player who signed it..isn't it?


no, you are right

but I said you wouldn't get much more than that, maybe $1500

$1500 would be nice. I really hate to sell it, but I really need the cash now.

You don't need the cash that bad, it is a memory, don't lose your memories over cash!! Sell your washer and dryer!

You would sell it someone like me who doesn't know you or give a shit about your past. Then 20 yrs down the road think about it.
 Quoting: freeone

I know, and I feel like a big douche for wanting to sell it right after my dad passed, but damn, I'm broke, laid off, and my wife doesn't make a whole lot, plus we have a 2 yr old little girl. Hard decision.
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Re: I have a mid 1960s baseball bat used by Hank Aaron w/ his autograph on it...How much could I get for it?
signed ball of hank aaron

[link to cgi.ebay.com]

Price: US $599.00


You won't get much more than that for the bat

hmm, I would think a bat used in play would be worth a lot more than a ball...baseballs are fouled off and hit into the stands all the time. It's very rare to get an actual bat used in a game by the player who signed it..isn't it?


no, you are right

but I said you wouldn't get much more than that, maybe $1500

$1500 would be nice. I really hate to sell it, but I really need the cash now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 917587

forget $1,500.00 no way!! I remember a rookie Hank Aaron rookie 1954 card was going for 1,200 bucks now I saw it for $200 bucks (in better shape than the 1,200 card) . Hard Times has these dealers broke. Now the Montana Jersey is a nice find. Joe Montana seldom signs so the price should net a hefty price
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i wouldn't give it up for 6 hundred no way!
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give it to your son (if you all make it past 2012)
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is it corked ???
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