PDA

View Full Version : autographed balls


billf59
10-27-2010, 12:32 PM
is there a sitre I can go to to find out what my sons and my collection is worth IT is not for sale just curious

u12armresl
10-27-2010, 12:33 PM
Honestly, very little.

There is maybe 1 or 2 famous pool players who's autograph is worth any money and they aren't signing anymore RIP.

Pool players are just too approachable and not near reclusive enough, nor famous enough.

Sorry.

poolhustler
10-27-2010, 12:34 PM
is there a sitre I can go to to find out what my sons and my collection is worth IT is not for sale just curious

I had my balls autographed once.

Don't know if it added any value though....:grin:

billiardshot
10-27-2010, 12:56 PM
In all fairness there only a few sites

http://bankingwiththebeard.com/?cat=5

http://www.billiardmemorabilia.com/autoballs.html

Ebay

Drawman623 or do a search on AZBilliards Forum

What the Buyer will pay.

vincentwu817
10-27-2010, 01:23 PM
I agree that autographed balls have little value to pool players in general. Unlike major sporting athletes, it is easy to get the signatures from these players. Unless it comes with a plaque that has significant value or meaning, I don't think people would pay much for it.

poolhustler
10-27-2010, 03:22 PM
is there a sitre I can go to to find out what my sons and my collection is worth IT is not for sale just curious

To be serious... I have Johnny Archers autograph on a cue ball and it sits on a really cool copper wire Scorpion sculpture.

I will sell it if your son is interested.

Thanks,

Russ....

robertno1pool
10-27-2010, 05:41 PM
You might give the following website a try:

www.azbilliards.com


It will make a difference whether you want to sell the set in one group, sell it quickly under regardless of price, piece mill it out, etc.

Posting a list would likely help.

With the search feature - you might try checking for some signed cue balls that have sold in the past.

u12armresl
10-27-2010, 05:44 PM
Why would he be interested when he was looking at what his collection was worth?


To be serious... I have Johnny Archers autograph on a cue ball and it sits on a really cool copper wire Scorpion sculpture.

I will sell it if your son is interested.

Thanks,

Russ....

freddy the beard
10-28-2010, 03:02 AM
In all fairness there only a few sites

http://bankingwiththebeard.com/?cat=5

http://www.billiardmemorabilia.com/autoballs.html

Ebay

Drawman623 or do a search on AZBilliards Forum

What the Buyer will pay.

Thanks for posting that other site. I never realized that I was selling my collection so cheap. I will raise my prices soon.

Beard