Originally Posted by marcshoe
He was present in the ballpark before the game signing autographs at the table where I picked up the picture. I was stupid to think it was a stamp, I guess, but I was probably about eleven or twelve at the time. I've never checked on value or anything; I kind of assumed that he signed so much, doing minor league tours and the likes, that it was pretty common. I'll have to check it out.
The fact he was at a ballpark signing for people is terrific.
Someone like, say, Mick Jagger knows his autograph is an $800 value- so he now just refuses to sign and basically sells his signature on prints on the Stones website.
They had a signing of 1000 posters which sell for 2 grand a set.
That's 2 million in signature sales. Unreal.
And if you buy one you'll probably make out on the deal eventually.