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    breece99 Guest

    Autographed Football

    My Name is Ryan, My step mom used to babysit todd hewitts kids. i think it was like 1995 or 1996 im not sure. Any way he gave me a autographed ball 3 sides are white and one side is brown. the ball has 33 signitures on it. im looking to find out how much this is worth. Fell free to email me or post. Thank you all.


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    Re: Autographed Football

    Hey Ryan...that is cool that you have the autographed ball. Who knows what it is worth, but you should really keep it if Todd got it for you. I am sure that he meant for it to be for you and not to be sold for money.

    Are there any signatures on it that you recognize?
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    Re: Autographed Football

    These are the only ones i can make out:
    Anthony Park
    Todd K..
    Jerome Bettis
    And Some Numbers:
    73
    80
    93
    16
    71
    27
    76
    9
    96
    78
    50
    72
    69
    3

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    Re: Autographed Football

    I would keep that, it's a gift plus you got it signed by a lot of Rams players.

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    Re: Autographed Football

    Sell it and spend the money on beer.

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    Re: Autographed Football

    Ah Goat boy....it will be good to meet ya. Bring on the beer.
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    Re: Autographed Football

    Back to the original question....the Bettis era of the Rams doesn't hold much significance....another factor is; is it addressed to anyone (lowers value), if not, then I would say it could fetch anywhere from $100 to $200 depending on the person who wants it. Realistically, I'd say more toward the $100-150 range. There's a 1978 ball on Ebay signed by the team with many more hall of famers on it, its addressed to someone for their birthday, and the starting bid is $99.00.
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    Re: Autographed Football

    The greatest value in your football would be the sentimental value, if there is any.

    I have a Kurt Warner autgraphed ball but I'd be lucky to get half of what the wife payed for it.

    Hang on to it as a Ram momento.

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