How much would my Chris Richard sign baseball be worth?
Thanks for the question,
I think you are referring to this Chris Richard:
Pricing anything always depends on the condition of the baseball &
Considering Chris hasn’t done too much in his career to set him apart
Hope that helps, best of luck with your collection.
Does it appear to you that the 2011 Topps Heritage will be drawings of the players rather than photos?
They are based on the 1962 Topps Set
I am going to be putting up the photos + checklist I have here:
The cards look pretty cool, especially the ones with 1962 coins in them.
Question: serial-numbered cards
Thank you very much,
Great question, in general – yes, a card #20/55 is 1 of only 55 cards made of that particular card.
I would say that Rookie Cards, autographs, patches/jersey cards, and very low serial number (less than about 20) cards tend to be more collectible than standard inserts/base with a serial # – however as time goes on, the mid-90’s serial ## cards sell fairly well.
This question is often asked about Printing Plates, which are usually #1/1 but have 4 color variations for each card. Some collectors look at this (and spend money accordingly) as if its #1/4 – others do not.
Hope that helps, be on the lookout for the jersey number in the card – for example anything Kobe Bryant #24/xxx is sometimes more collectible as well.
Let me know if you have any further questions, best of luck in the hobby,
Hope that helps
If so – you will want to create an account on these official websites:
Once you are registered there is a place on those websites where you
I hope that helps get you started. There are also packs of cards sold at Target, Wal-Mart and other similar retailers …where you buy 1 pack for 1.00 and get 5 – 6 code cards.
Let me know if you have further questions.