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Old 11-23-2009, 12:19 PM #1
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Ironmen autographed poster

Hi I hope this isnt posted in the wrong part of the forum but I have a question. I have a 2007 or 2008 Ironmen Worldcup poster signed by all members of the Ironmen. This was a year they won the world cup against boston red legion( or something like that lol). Well I was wondering what you guys would pay for it (im not trying to sell it i just wanna find out what someone would pay for it). So please tell me
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Old 11-23-2009, 02:12 PM #2
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dont sell it honestly man.
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Old 11-23-2009, 02:38 PM #3
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dont sell it honestly man.
why not, i kinda need the money, you think it would be worth something later or what?
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Old 11-23-2009, 04:05 PM #4
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possibly later in years but now not a whole lot of money id say it will be worth a lot but not for another 5 years or so.hope that helps.
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Old 11-23-2009, 04:31 PM #5
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possibly later in years but now not a whole lot of money id say it will be worth a lot but not for another 5 years or so.hope that helps.
how much are you talking, hundreds? maybe a thousand?
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Old 11-23-2009, 05:18 PM #6
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Old 11-27-2009, 11:41 AM #7
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wow, kinda a dick move... thats a personal possession
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Not saying anything against the Ironmen, favorite pro team and the guys I've met are all incredibly down-to-earth nice guys that care about their fans, but I don't see this fetching a whole lot of money now or down the line. With the minimal coverage as is in mainstream media, the true value of autographed items would be more sentimental than monetary. That being said, it would be incredibly hard to put a dollar amount on such memorabilia as it would literally be one man's personal opinion on how much that single event/team means to them. And with the unique trait that our sport's pro athletes are so accessible and willing to meet and talk with fans, scarcity is hardly an issue and would therefore devalue these personal treasures in the traditional sense. Imho, you'd be better off storing that safely and selling your hard goods, keeping that memento as a reminder of your personal encounter.
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Old 12-08-2009, 10:18 PM #9
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Not saying anything against the Ironmen, favorite pro team and the guys I've met are all incredibly down-to-earth nice guys that care about their fans, but I don't see this fetching a whole lot of money now or down the line. With the minimal coverage as is in mainstream media, the true value of autographed items would be more sentimental than monetary. That being said, it would be incredibly hard to put a dollar amount on such memorabilia as it would literally be one man's personal opinion on how much that single event/team means to them. And with the unique trait that our sport's pro athletes are so accessible and willing to meet and talk with fans, scarcity is hardly an issue and would therefore devalue these personal treasures in the traditional sense. Imho, you'd be better off storing that safely and selling your hard goods, keeping that memento as a reminder of your personal encounter.
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Old 12-21-2009, 12:42 AM #10
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Not saying anything against the Ironmen, favorite pro team and the guys I've met are all incredibly down-to-earth nice guys that care about their fans, but I don't see this fetching a whole lot of money now or down the line. With the minimal coverage as is in mainstream media, the true value of autographed items would be more sentimental than monetary. That being said, it would be incredibly hard to put a dollar amount on such memorabilia as it would literally be one man's personal opinion on how much that single event/team means to them. And with the unique trait that our sport's pro athletes are so accessible and willing to meet and talk with fans, scarcity is hardly an issue and would therefore devalue these personal treasures in the traditional sense. Imho, you'd be better off storing that safely and selling your hard goods, keeping that memento as a reminder of your personal encounter.
agree...
plus i wouldnt get too happy about striking gold,autographed jerseys dont for that much...
sorry if i sound like a **** ironmen are like 1 of my favorite teams but i agree with it being more of a sentimental/priceless possesion...
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