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 It Wouldn't Increase the Value...
Posted by Dennis D Broadbooks on 12/8/04 11:29am fact it would have the opposite effect of making the baseball virtually worthless. An artistic analogy would be if someone placed their Notary certificate on the Mona Lisa. An autographed baseball becomes valuable because of the famous nature of the player signing his name, the relative scarcity of baseballs with his name on it, and the condition of the ball itself. Anything which defaces (i.e. adding wording to the ball, scuffing it, spilling fluid on it, etc, etc) the "work of art" only serves to devalue it. I speak on this issue from the standpoint of having in my possession (in a safe deposit deposit box) several valuable autographed baseballs & a friend who's taught me the ropes of memorabilia collecting.
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