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Old 07-15-2014, 02:30 PM
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I would say maybe $30 then.... Stamp helps, weight hurts the price on this one.
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Old 07-15-2014, 07:39 PM
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Its a bit of a crap shoot anymore with vintage plastic. The only way to know what it would go for is to put it out there. Sight unseen and knowing that I have seen some vintage dx big beads (late 90s vintage) getting no love on FB, so I went with price that I knew was a bit low. I feel that this should be about 40-50$ disc but with *D destroyers going for more than 8x rocs, I just don't know anymore
Would it help if I said that I have a 10/10 First Run Star Destroyed, never thrown and signed by Climo, Feldberg, both Jenkins, Schultz, Gurthie and Hammock? And it's max weight

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Old 07-15-2014, 10:31 PM
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That would hurt the value having those signatures from being 100-125 to probably 60-80 because of the ink
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Old 07-16-2014, 05:10 AM
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That would hurt the value having those signatures from being 100-125 to probably 60-80 because of the ink
Are you trolling me right now, or is that true? How can signatures from world champions hurt the value?! Yes, if I wrote my name on the back, it would hurt the value. But champions?!
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Old 07-16-2014, 08:35 AM
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Are you trolling me right now, or is that true? How can signatures from world champions hurt the value?! Yes, if I wrote my name on the back, it would hurt the value. But champions?!

It depends... for a minority, the signatures might enhance the disc. But for the majority of collectors any ink on the disc, even pro signatures, hurts the value. So fewer people who want signed discs = less demand for those discs = lower price.

The 40% price decrease for signatures that timj5304 references might be a bit steep, but not by much.

You can always post the disc somewhere in the upper price range and hope that potential buyers will bite.

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Old 07-16-2014, 01:08 PM
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It depends... for a minority, the signatures might enhance the disc. But for the majority of collectors any ink on the disc, even pro signatures, hurts the value. So fewer people who want signed discs = less demand for those discs = lower price.

The 40% price decrease for signatures that timj5304 references might be a bit steep, but not by much.

You can always post the disc somewhere in the upper price range and hope that potential buyers will bite.

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Yep. General rule with sigs on discs. If it isn't a vintage Ken Climo sig (pre 2000) or Ed Headrick's ink it is 95% not going to add value and 75% going to reduce the value. People are weird. I have a wall of autographed signature models in my office and I love it but lots of people seem not to agree with me.
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Old 07-16-2014, 03:10 PM
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PFN star Orc. 10/10 pearly pink with white edge? Value?
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Yep. General rule with sigs on discs. If it isn't a vintage Ken Climo sig (pre 2000) or Ed Headrick's ink it is 95% not going to add value and 75% going to reduce the value. People are weird. I have a wall of autographed signature models in my office and I love it but lots of people seem not to agree with me.
I don't get it how a signature can hurt the value at all. Wouldn't it just make it even more rare, especially when it's so many, from so many known pros? I really don't understand how that can be possible..
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Old 07-16-2014, 03:56 PM
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Ink in general has a bad rap but I beleive as the sport gains more credibility, the pro signed discs will far exceed the non signed just like all other established sports memorabilia.
 

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Old 07-16-2014, 04:17 PM
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I'll say it again. If it isn't a destroyer, your PFN star is 95% not worth any more than stock price - wear/tear/ink.

*exceptions* - early run teebirds and pre Kenny wraiths
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