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Old 05-02-2023, 11:32 AM
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Default Elmer Flick auto on Little League ball - value?

I’ve got an Elmer Flick signed Little League baseball from the mid 1960s with several Cleveland Indians like Mudcat Grant, Vic Davalillo, and a few others. Flick takes up one whole side panel. I’ve been in contact with the original owner who used to live across the street from Flick in Warrensville Hts, Ohio when Flick was living with his daughter during his final years. Any ideas what it’s worth? You don’t see too many legit signed Flick baseballs. Thanks in advanced for any info.


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Old 05-02-2023, 12:41 PM
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Flick single signed major league baseballs can be $2000 or so. A multisigned Little League ball is way less. Maybe a few hundred dollars.
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Default Sign of the times

It says a lot about people of that generation that an 80
Year olds signature on a Little League ball was written more carefully than 90% of modern day athletes. Great item and thanks Mr Flick for a great long run in baseball!!
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