Found this seller by accident - couldn't believe the amount of fakes being sold. I thought that there was no way anyone could be fooled by these....until I looked at their "sold" history....look how…Continue
"Good point Eric. I normally associate eBay with delusional sellers but I get bargains all the time which do not reflect the true value of an item. Case in point vintage sandy koufax signed on a Giles ball from mid sixties. 63 bucks. "
"Unless a true deal is found, eBay is not a reliable source for anything. I have found Bowie several times under $100 and under $75 (not certified) - Gleasons also (not certified). But apart from that, when one knows what they are doing, it is a…"
"Maybe that’s based on the type of autograph involved. I’ve spent the last 2 1/2 years on my basketball collection with values specifically based on eBay because those were genuine prices paid for certain players and their autographs. Of…"
"Ebay is probably the worst place to look for market value. It's too problematic. Try RR Auctions and similar trustworthy sites. Tom Kramer's site if you have vintage Hollywood. Roger Epperson's site if you have modern music. I could…"
"Honestly it’s worth what someone is willing to pay for it. So for me, I use the values of completed eBay auctions to see what people paid for certain individuals autographs and use an average of like 10 completed sales and use that as my price…"