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Old 09-01-2017, 11:30 AM
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Default mordecai brown cut autograph value these days

hello, was wondering what an average auto of his is worth today on a cut?
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Old 09-01-2017, 12:10 PM
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3 Finger Brown is a HOF member and a huge factor in the Cubs 07 and 08 WS wins. So I would say pretty $$$$$.
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Old 09-01-2017, 12:27 PM
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For a cut the value is from a few hundred to several hundred dollars. He is forged quite a bit on cuts so a buyer must be careful.
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Yes lots of fogeries out there on him.

If it is genuine and a clean example it could fetch $1,000. If the autograph is small or has a dirty background or is signed on something like a scorecard that has writing in the background that would all lessen the value. I would think even a not-so-great genuine cut would go for $300-400.

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Are you the seller? Want to show a picture?

Didn't think so....
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The hobby value of a Brown sig compared to the insane value that these manufactured pieces get offered for is a joke.
Does anyone actually buy a multi hundred $ autograph for $5000, just because it is in a plastic tomb???
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Congrats Richard on #5000.
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The hobby value of a Brown sig compared to the insane value that these manufactured pieces get offered for is a joke.
Does anyone actually buy a multi hundred $ autograph for $5000, just because it is in a plastic tomb???
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And they matte off some of the inscription. Nice cut. Worth maybe $700-800. Possibly $1,000 to the right person on the right day. But $4,500?

Uh...no.

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Old 09-11-2017, 07:51 PM
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And you see some with the beginning part of the first name gone and the end part of the last name gone...Why don't they just make a bigger piece to fit the whole name? Incredible. I've seen Mantle cuts (actually cut from a common 8x10) go for at least 3 times what the whole 8x10 goes for...and you only get partial first and last names! WOW!
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