Autographs & Sports Memorabilia

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Autographs and Sports Memorabilia

Many people have old autographs and sports memorabilia lying around their house without any real idea of its true value. The problem is, many memorabilia dealers have limited knowledge and have the sole purpose of maximizing their profits on items, which means you can’t always trust their selling or purchasing prices.

Expert Appraisers

At Mister Money Bags, our sports memorabilia and autograph expert Jim Pavlish has years of experience in analyzing sports collectibles and providing accurate appraisals. He frequently appears on “What’s it Worth?,” a weekly show on ESPN Radio where listeners from around the country call in to find out how much their sports memorabilia is worth.

Jim and the rest of our team are happy to provide appraisals for a wide variety of types of sports collectibles and memorabilia, including:

Autographed photos

Autographed balls or jerseys

Old team memorabilia

Collectible sports items

Real Cash Payouts

Our sports memorabilia team is available seven days a week to appraise your collection. Many people wait hours on ESPN’s phone lines or pay Mr. Pavlish big money to advise them on their purchases. You can schedule a visit from us wherever and whenever is convenient for you and get these same services for free!

 

Fill out the form below for more information about sports appraisals and to get quick cash for your items, as well as some neat insight into what makes them special.

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Mister Money Bags is always buying collectibles, sports memorabilia and more. We’re mobile,available seven days a week to meet with you, to provide a completely free appraisal for your items. Fill out an inquiry form to get started with us and to get quick cash for your items!

  • Sportscards
    • Pre 1970 -Modern Autographs
    • Game used items
    • Limited (“?/100) cards
  • Autographs of legendary sports, entertainment, or historical figures
  • Pennants and bobbleheads pre 1970
  • Pre WW2 uniforms, balls, gloves and helmets
  • Pre 1930 team or player photographs
  • Wire photographs
  • Vintage sports event tickets
  • Vintage game programs and scorebooks