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NEW YORK YANKEES TEAM SIGNED BASEBALLS
This price guide is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable.Click on the year for a full team roster provided byBaseball Almanac Click onPlayers Namefor autograph Sample ifavailable


Year Key Signatures Estimated Price
1920 Huggins, Pratt, Ruth , Mays, Shawkey $2,500.-$3,500.
1921 Huggins,Ruth , Ward, Baker, Meusel, Mays, Hoyt $3,500.- $6,500.
1922 Huggins,Ruth , Shawkey, Baker, Meusel, Pipp, Hoyt, Schang, Bush $2,500.-$3,500.
1923 Huggins,Ruth ,Gehrig , Witt, Meusel, Pipp, Hoyt, Pennock $3,500.-$5,000.
1924 Huggins,Ruth ,Gehrig , Meusel, Dugan, Hoyt, Pennock, Combs $3,500.-$4,500.
1925 Huggins,Ruth ,Gehrig , Meusel, Durocher, Hoyt, Pennock, $2,700.-$4,500.
1926 Huggins,Ruth ,Gehrig , Meusel, Lazzeri, Hoyt, Pennock, Combs $4,000.-$5,500.
1927 Ruth ,Gehrig , Meusel, Lazzeri, Hoyt, Pennock, Combs, Moore $9,000.-$16,000
1928 Huggins,Ruth ,Gehrig , Koenig, Hoyt, Dickey, Pennock, Combs, Pipgras, Coveleski, Lazzeri $3,500.-$5,000.
1929 Huggins,Ruth ,Gehrig , Hoyt, Dickey, Pennock, Combs, Wells, Lazzeri $3,000.-$5,000.
1930 Ruth ,Gehrig, Hoyt, Dickey, Pennock, Combs, Lazzeri, Chapman, Ruffing, Gomez $2,500.-$4,000.
1931 McCarthy,Ruth ,Gehrig , Sewell, Dickey, Pennock, Combs, Lazzeri, Chapman, Ruffing, Gomez $5000.-$8,000.
1932 McCarthy,Ruth ,Gehrig , Sewell, Dickey, Pennock, Combs, Lazzeri, Ruffing, Gomez, Allen $5,500.-$14,000.
1933 McCarthy,Ruth ,Gehrig , Sewell, Dickey, Pennock, Combs, Lazzeri, Chapman, Ruffing, Gomez, Allen $4,500.-$10,000.
1934 McCarthy,Ruth ,Gehrig , Dickey, Combs, Lazzeri, Ruffing, Gomez, Grimes $4,000.-$7,000.
1935 McCarthy,Gehrig , Dickey, Combs, Lazzeri, Ruffing, Gomez $1,400.-$2,000.
1936 McCarthy,Gehrig , Dickey,DiMaggio , Lazzeri, Ruffing, Gomez $1,500.-$2,500.
1937 McCarthy,Gehrig , Dickey,DiMaggio , Lazzeri, Ruffing, Gomez $3,000.-$4,500.
1938 McCarthy,Gehrig , Dickey,DiMaggio , Ruffing, Gomez $2,000.-$3,500.
1939 McCarthy,Gehrig , Dickey,DiMaggio , Ruffing, Gomez, Rolfe, Keller, Selkirk $2.000.-$2,800.
1940 McCarthy, Dickey, DiMaggio , Ruffing, Gomez $650.-$900.
1941 McCarthy, Rizzuto, Dickey, DiMaggio , Ruffing, Gomez $900.-$1,500.
1942 McCarthy, Rizzuto, Dickey, DiMaggio , Ruffing, Gomez, Gordon $700.-$1,000.
1943 McCarthy, Dickey, Chandler $800.-$1,200.
1944 McCarthy, Lindell, Martin, Waner $300.-$500.
1945 McCarthy, Waner, Ruffing $250.-$350.
1946 McCarthy, Rizzuto, Dickey, DiMaggio , Ruffing,Berra , Chandler $800.-$1,100.
1947 Rizzuto,DiMaggio ,Berra , McQuinn, Reynolds, Shea $1,200. -$1,500.
1948 Rizzuto,DiMaggio ,Berra , Raschi $1,200. -$1,500.
1949 Stengel, Rizzuto, DiMaggio ,Berra , Raschi, Mize, Reynolds $1,200. -$1,500.
1950 Stengel, Rizzuto, DiMaggio ,Berra , Mize, Martin, Ford, Bauer, Woodling $1,200.-$1,600.
1951 Stengel, Rizzuto, DiMaggio ,Berra , Mize, Martin,Mantle , Brown, McDougald $3,000.-$5,000.
1952 Stengel, Rizzuto, Berra , Mize, Martin,Mantle , Brown, Raschi, Woodling, Reynolds $1,000.-$1,500.
1953 Stengel, Rizzuto, Berra, Mize, Martin, Mantle , Ford $1,200.-$2,000
1954 Stengel, Rizzuto, Berra , Slaughter, Grim,Mantle , Ford $900-$1,200.
1955 Stengel, Rizzuto, Berra , Slaughter,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Martin, Larsen $1,200-$2,000.
1956 Stengel, Rizzuto, Berra , Slaughter,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Martin, Bauer, Larsen $1,500-$2,500
1957 Stengel,Berra , Slaughter,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Sturdivant $1,000-$1,500
1958 Kubek,Berra , Slaughter,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Larsen, Turley $1,200. -$1,500.
1959 Stengel, Kubek, Berra , Slaughter,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Larsen, Martin $800-$1,000.
1960 Stengel, Kubek, Berra ,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Maris $2,000.-$2,650.
1961 Kubek,Berra ,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Maris, Tresh $2,500.-$3,000.
1962 Kubek,Berra ,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Maris, Tresh, Terry $1,200.-$1,800.
1963 Berra ,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Maris $1,000.-$1,500.
1964 Berra ,Mantle , Ford, Howard, Maris, Stottlemyre $800.-$1,000.
1965 Mantle , Ford, Howard, Maris, Stottlemyre, Murcer $600.-$800.
1966 Mantle , Ford, Howard, Maris, Stottlemyre $400.-$600.
1967 Mantle , Ford, Howard, Stottlemyre $350.-$450.
1968 Mantle , Bahnsen, Stottlemyre $300.-$400.
1969 Murcer, Munson, Stottlemyre $550.-$800.
1970 Murcer, Munson, Stottlemyre $875.-$1,500.
1971 Murcer, Munson, Stottlemyre $475.-$650.
1972 Murcer, Munson, Stottlemyre $875.-$950.
1973 Murcer, Munson, Stottlemyre, Nettles, McDowell, Lyle $1,000.-$1,500.
1974 Murcer, Munson, Nettles, McDowell, Lyle $450.-$600.
1975 Munson, Nettles, Piniella, Lyle, Martin, Bonds, Hunter, Guidry $450.-$600.
1976 Munson, Nettles, Piniella, Lyle, Martin, Hunter, Guidry $850.-$1,500.
1977 Munson, Nettles, Piniella, Lyle, Martin, Hunter, Guidry, Jackson $650.-$850.
1978 Munson, Nettles, Piniella, Lyle, Martin, Hunter, Guidry, Jackson,Gossage , Lemon $1,000.-$1,450.
1979 Munson, Nettles, Tiant, Martin, Hunter, Guidry, Jackson,Gossage , Murcer, Kaat, John $1,200.-$2,000.
1980 Nettles, Tiant, Piniella, Guidry, Jackson,Gossage , Murcer, Kaat, John, Perry $250.-$350.
1981 Nettles, Piniella, Guidry, Jackson,Gossage , Murcer, John, Winfield $250.-$350.
1982 Lemon, Mattingly, Nettles, Piniella, Guidry,Gossage , Murcer, John, Winfield $200.-$300.
1983 Martin, Nettles, Piniella, Guidry,Gossage , Murcer, Winfield $200.-$300.
1984 Berra ,Mattingly , Winfield, Piniella, Guidry, Niekro $150.-$250.
1985 Berra ,Martin,Mattingly , Winfield, Henderson, Guidry, Niekro $200.-$300.
1986 Mattingly , Winfield, Henderson, Guidry, John $200.-$300.
1987 Mattingly , Winfield, Henderson, Guidry, John $200.-$300.
1988 Martin,Mattingly , Winfield, Henderson, Guidry, John $200.-$300.
1989 Mattingly , Winfield, Sax, Gossage, $150.-$200.
1990 Mattingly $125.-$200
1991 Mattingly $125.-$200
1992 Mattingly ,Boggs $200.-$250.
1993 Mattingly , Boggs $250.-$300.
1994 Mattingly , Boggs, Key, Abbott $250.-$300.
1995 O’Neill , Boggs, Rivera, Pettitte $550.-$700.
1996 Torre,Jeter ,O’Neill , Williams, Martinez, Rivera,Pettitte $650.-$750.
1997 Torre,Jeter ,O’Neill , Williams, Rivera, Posada,Pettitte $600.-$700.
1998 Torre,Jeter ,O’Neill , Williams, Brosius, Wells, Rivera, Posada,Pettitte $600.-$800.
1999 Torre,Jeter ,O’Neill , Williams, Brosius,Clemens , Rivera, Posada,Pettitte $800.-$900.
2000 Torre,Jeter ,O’Neill , Williams, Brosius,Clemens , Rivera, Posada,Pettitte $650.-$900
2001 Torre,Jeter ,O’Neill , Williams, Brosius,Clemens , Rivera, Posada, Soriano,Pettitte $650.-$900.
2002 Torre,Jeter , Williams, Giambi,Clemens , Mussina, Rivera, Posada, Soriano,Pettitte $450.-$650.
2003 Torre,Jeter , Williams, Giambi,Clemens , Mussina, Rivera, Posada, Matsui, Soriano, Pettitte $650.-$700.
2004 Torre,Jeter , Williams, Giambi, Mussina, Rivera, Posada, Matsui, Rodriguez,Sheffield $650.-$850.
2005 Torre,Jeter , Williams, Giambi, Mussina, Rivera, Posada, Matsui, Rodriguez,Sheffield , Johnson $800.-$1,000
2006 Torre,Jeter , Williams, Giambi, Mussina, Rivera, Posada, Matsui, Rodriguez,Sheffield , Randy Johnson, Abreu $700.-$900
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5 Things That Affect an Autographed Baseball’s Value

“How much is my baseball worth?” is a question I get asked almost every day. That is dependent on a variety of circumstances, including who signed it. For the sake of this post, I will only discuss how the actual baseball itself influences the worth of the baseball. Here are five things to keep an eye out for. 1 SPECIFIC KIND OF BALL Every autographed baseball signed by a current player should be on an official Major League Baseball baseball card, according to MLB. The official Major League Baseball, with the exception of the All-Star and World Series logo baseballs, is the baseball that everyone desires.

  • When at all feasible, use the official Major League Baseball ball.
  • Blue is a more vibrant hue that lasts longer and is much more noticeable.
  • The same technique can be done using a sharpie.
  • Nobody likes to see a smudge or a fading signature, and it’s much worse when it’s their own.
  • The higher the quality of the signature, the more desired it is.
  • 4 BASEBALL IN GOOD CONDITION With the exception of earlier autographed baseballs such as those signed by Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, and Mickey Mantle, every current player’s autograph should be on a clean, white baseball, unless otherwise specified.
  • The presence of staining or spots on the ball tends to detract from its value.

AUTHENTICATION is number five.

Authentication always increases the value of a baseball’s monetary worth.

For example, a Babe Ruth signed baseball that has been authenticated by one of those companies sells for significantly more money.

The presence of inscriptions on your signed baseball, such as a player’s year as MLB’s Most Valuable Player or the year he was named World Series MVP, can also increase the value of your item.

The reason behind this is because a ball with TO JOHN written on it is difficult to sell to someone called Matt!

Autographed Baseball Value – What Determines It?

It seems like every week, one of our sports memorabilia buyers asks me, “How do you assess the worth of an autographed baseball?” Here are ten critical considerations. 1.) The Athlete is a person who participates in sports. In general, the more well-known an athlete is, the greater the selling price of his or her merchandise. Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, and Albert Pujolsare all expected to command a higher price than Eric Hosmer and Lance Berkman in the near future. 2.) Achievements and distinctions If a player has won a World Series victory, an MVP or ROY award, or has just been inducted into the Hall of Fame, the price of his or her jersey will go up accordingly.

  1. A certificate of authenticity (COA) from a reputable organization such as PSA/DNA, JSA, or Major League Baseball has a great deal of weight in the business, and collectors are ready to pay extra for goods that have received such a certificate.
  2. 4.) The World Series or the MLB All-Star Game.
  3. Take, for example, the following: Pedro Martinez autographed a World Series baseball during the 2004 season.
  4. Another point to consider is that Rawlings discontinues production of World Series baseballs three years after the event, meaning that a 2004 baseball was last manufactured in 2007.
  5. 5.) Inscriptions on the wall.
  6. A baseball with an inscription such as “To Matt” on the other side will be considered low-quality and so devalued.
  7. A smeared signature or brown discoloration will always detract from the value of a piece of art.

All Major League Baseball balls, or if it’s a World Series ball, the ball should be autographed under the World Series emblem.

7.) The law of supply and demand.

Mariano Rivera is yet another outstanding illustration of this.

He would perform signings every 4 to 6 weeks or so, but the merchandise would always sell out in a matter of minutes.

Because of this, corporations boosted his pricing in order to take advantage of the advantageous market conditions that existed.

Purchasing a player’s signature immediately following a significant achievement (World Series championship, MVP award, Hall of Fame induction) will always result in a higher price for the autograph simply because collectors and fans’ emotions are running high.

9.) Is it better to be dead or alive?

That’s all there is to it.

It is no secret that players get compensated for signing their autograph.

Professional athletes like Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera command high salaries.

Baseballs are normally on the more affordable end of the spectrum.

In addition, think about dealing with internet firms like ours, where our overhead is far lower and we can afford to sell products at a lower price. Comments will be reviewed and approved before they are shown.

Ask the Experts: How Much Is My Vintage Autographed Baseball Worth?

Is it possible to get your antique sports cards or memorabilia appraised? For example, do you have a baseball bat or a football jersey that you would like appraised? “Ask the Experts,” a new section in my column that will debut with this piece, is something I am really happy to promote. Please use the email tool provided above to give me photographs of your item as well as any relevant background information about it. Question: John Edwards, a goldsmith who lives in the San Francisco area and owns an online jewelry store, contacted me to ask for an evaluation of a vintage baseball signed by the Detroit Tigers that he had acquired through a friend.

  1. Baseball was one of my favorite sports.
  2. I came upon this autographed Tiger baseball.
  3. The fact that my uncle was such a nice person, and he handed it to me with pride that day, means that I’ve had it ever since.” An autographed baseball signed by the complete baseball team is one of the most iconic pieces of sports memorabilia ever created.
  4. It is possible to discover everyone, from Hall of Famers to obscure utility players who just had a cup of coffee, on a whole ball.
  5. In a recent piece, I discussed “clubhouse” signatures, which refer to team officials, such as clubhouse attendants, who would occasionally sign for busy ball players and managers in the olden days.
  6. As I mentioned in that piece, Ron Keurajian says in his reference guide,Baseball Hall of Fame Autographs, that one technique to spot defective team-signed balls is to check to see if the signatures do not overlap.
  7. It has been brought to my attention by a couple of former players that signing boxes and boxes of baseballs before games was a big headache.
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If you’re a beginner, you should be especially cautious with replica baseballs, as I’ve talked about in a previous piece, “Buyer Beware: 10 Sports Memorabilia Items You Should Think Twice About.” Aside from the rather evident machine stamping, the fact that some of the signatures are piled perpendicularly to one another rather than vertically, as they are on real balls, is a dead giveaway.

  1. The good news is that your ball is a genuine piece of equipment: In terms of autographs, there are several good ones: Virgil Trucks, Dick Bartell, Johnny Groth, and Pat Mullin.
  2. Red Rolfe, a four-time All-Star for the New York Yankees, is a wonderful name, although it has become rather dated.
  3. Eddie Lake is always on the move.
  4. You can find out what day it is by jotting down all of the players’ names and searching up their rosters on the internet.
  5. Tigers’ balls from this era are worth $300 to $400 if they are in excellent condition.
  6. Overall, I would describe the condition as bad to fair.

Keeping them out of the sun and in a suitable container, such as a cube, that shields them from ultra violet radiation is recommended. As a precaution, avoid keeping valuable items in attics or garages, where high temperature variations can cause harm as well.

1927 NY Yankees WS Champs Team Signed Baseball Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig PSA DNA COA – Autographed Baseballs at Amazon’s Sports Collectibles Store

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Autographed Yes
Athlete Name Babe Ruth
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1927 Signed Baseball from the New York Yankees’ World Series championship team Lou Gehrig was Babe Ruth’s younger brother. PSA DNA COA is an abbreviation for PSA DNA COA. A hologram will not be included with Babe Ruth memorabilia if the piece is not autographed or has not been used in a game. Memorabilia from the New York Yankees

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SIGNATURE BASEBALL (ACTUAL GAME) SIGNED CIRCA 1995 BY CAL RIPKEN JR. WITH CO-SIGNERS – HFSID 254018 STREAK OF CONSECUTIVE WINNING GAMES FOR CAL RIPKEN, JR. One of the baseballs used in Ripken’s record-breaking game, autographed by Ripken and all four umpires, and authenticated by one of the umpires MLB Baseballs signed by Cal Ripken, Jr. (on the sweet-spot), Larry Barron (22), Greg Kosc (18), Al Clark/A.L. Ump (24), Dan Morrison (34) and Al Clark (A.L. Ump) were all used in the game. Official Baseball of the American League, Gene A.

  1. Among those who have autographed the baseball are Ripken and all four umpires from game2131.
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The squad was formed in the year 1938.

After resuming play in 1946, the New York Yankees acquired ownership of the franchise following the 1949 season.

The team was abolished after the 1951 season, as was the league as a whole.

In addition, there is a stock certificate signed by “George M.

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Eventually, they reached the Stanley Cup Final, where they defeated the Boston Bruins to win their first Stanley Cup championship in franchise history.

Now, the NHL season 2019-20 appears to be shaping up to be another entertaining campaign.

While the Colorado Avalance are led by a young collection of talents like as Nathan MacKinnon, Gabriel Landeskog, and Cale Maker, they will try to expand on their previous season’s success this season.

The NHL Draft brought in more youthful talent to the league, with players such as first overall pick Jack Hughes, who was taken by the New Jersey Devils, and Kaapo Kakko, who was selected by the New York Rangers as the second overall pick in the same draft.

Our sports memorabilia for players would look fantastic on display in your sports room or man cave, so be creative with your display ideas.

VGK signed jerseys, pucks, photos, and more will allow you to show your support for your favorite NHL players, such as goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury, and commemorate the Golden Knights’ incredible and record-breaking inaugural season.

Our extensive collection of autographed NHL memorabilia includes authentic signed items from some of the league’s top players, including Alex Ovechkin, Patrick Kane, Mathew Barzal, Austin Matthews, Jack Eichel, and many others.

Check out our massive assortment ofSidney Crosby andMario Lemieuxmemorabilia, where you can even obtain hand-signed artifacts from famous New York Rangers players.

Following their victory over Ohio State, the Alabama Crimson Tide are your reigning NCAA football champions, while the Baylor Bears are celebrating their first-ever victory in the NCAA Men’s Basketball championship.

The Ultimate Fighting Championship, also known as the UFC, is a mixed martial arts competition that features powerful jabs, strong kicks, and vicious knockouts.

Conor McGregor, also known as “The Notorious,” is currently the dominant force in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Conor defeated Eddie Alvarez to capture the UFC Lightweight Championship belt at UFC 205, establishing yet another UFC record by becoming the first fighter to hold two crowns in two separate weight categories at the same time.

in the most highly awaited boxing bout in the history of the sport.

In the realm of boxing memorabilia, Muhammad Ali, on the other hand, continues to rule supreme as the undisputed monarch.

To satisfy the needs of PGA Tour and golf enthusiasts, we provide a wide variety of artifacts, including autographed pin flags, signed golf balls, and images.

Our assortment includes items from some of the greatest luminaries to ever take to the golf course, including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and others.

We provide the greatest collection of diecasts, plaques, display collages, and much more for NASCAR fans.

and Richard Petty to current racing stars like as Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson, there is something for everyone in the sport. With official NASCAR Cup Series memorabilia from SportsMemorabilia.com, you can mark the occasion of every race during the season.

[BASEBALL-SIGNED] 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers signed baseball including Jackie Robinson. Dodgers souvenir ball with the team’s pri. – Price Estimate: $3000

Terms and conditions are outlined below.

Conditions of Sale

The goods mentioned in this catalogue will be offered for sale by Doyle New York, either as owner or as agent for the consignor, according to the terms and conditions outlined in this document. In cases when Doyle is acting as an agent, the contract is between the seller and the buyer. Following are the Conditions of Sale and Guarantee, which form the full agreement between the purchaser and the seller with respect to the property shown in this catalogue. By placing a bid at an auction, you agree to be bound by the following terms:

2. As Is

With the exception of the limited warranties explicitly stated in the Terms of Guarantee section of this catalogue, all lots are sold “AS IS” and without recourse, and neither Doyle New York nor its consignor makes any express or implied warranties or representations with respect to such lots, except as expressly stated in the Terms of Guarantee section of this catalogue. In order to evaluate the condition, size, and whether or not a property has been fixed or restored, prospective purchasers are highly urged to physically see any property in which they are interested prior to the auction taking place.

Damage or restoration references in the catalogue entry or the condition report are provided for informational purposes only, and should be reviewed by the bidder or a qualified representative during a personal examination of the property.

The vendor and Doyle New York are not liable for any mistakes or omissions in the catalogue or any extra information, except as expressly indicated in the Terms and Conditions of Guarantee.

There is no assurance or representation, explicit or implied, made by Doyle New York and/or its consignor that the purchaser will obtain any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold by Doyle New York.

This catalogue and any images, illustrations, and written material produced by or for Doyle New York in connection with a lot, including the contents of this catalogue, are and shall remain the property of Doyle New York and may not be used by the buyer or anyone else without our prior written permission.

3. Withdrawal

Doyle New York reserves the right to withdraw any lot at any time prior to the opening of bidding for that lot and will not be liable in any way for such withdrawal. Doyle New York will not be liable in any way for any such withdrawal.

4. Reserves

If the auctioneer determines that any initial bid is less than the value of the lot being sold, he or she may reject that bid and remove the lot from sale. Similarly, if the auctioneer determines that any advance made after an opening bid is insufficient, he or she may reject that advance. No matter what, all lots are offered subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which the lot will not be sold, unless otherwise stated in the description. There shall be no reserve that is more than the low estimate of the property.

  • Unless otherwise stated by the auctioneer, all bids are made per lot, as indicated by the lot number in the catalogue.
  • Doyle New York has a financial stake in the properties underlined with a red asterisk ().
  • The auctioneer may put the reserve in effect by opening bidding on any lot and putting a bid on the seller’s behalf on any other lot.
  • A seller’s bid may be increased on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve by the auctioneer putting subsequent or consecutive bids on a single lot, or by placing bids in response to other bidders, until the reserve amount is reached.

5. Estimates

The low and high estimates assigned to each item in the catalogue indicate the range of values that, in the judgment of Doyle New York, represents a reasonable and likely auction value for that particular property. Once a comparable piece of property, condition, uniqueness, quality, and provenance have been determined through prior auction records, the estimate is derived from them. The estimations are frequently made many months before a sale and, as a result, are liable to change based on more study into the property, changes in market circumstances, or changes in the value of a currency.

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Actual prices obtained for products may be lower or higher than the range specified.

The buyer’s premium is not included in the estimates. For more information, please contact the Specialist Department if the phrase “Estimate on Request” appears on your invoice.

6. Bidding

At our sole discretion, Doyle New York has the right to refuse access to the premises or participation in any auction, to reject any bid, and/or to refuse to recognise any bidder. We also reserve the right to refuse to acknowledge any bidder. The auctioneer will acknowledge the highest bidder, and that bidder will be the successful bidder. To advance the bidding in any manner he chooses, to withdraw or split any lot, and to combine any two or more lots, the auctioneer has the total and exclusive power to make these decisions.

If a disagreement occurs after the sale, the record of the Doyle New York transaction will be considered decisive.

7. Purchaser’s Responsibility

The highest acknowledged bidder becomes the successful bidder upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer, subject to the terms and conditions of sale set out above. As a result, the successful bidder bears full risk and responsibility for the transaction (including, without limitation, liability for or damage to frames and glass covering prints, paintings or other works). Even though we may, at our discretion, execute orders, take absentee bids, or accept telephone bids as a convenience to customers who are unable to attend auctions in person, we are not liable for any errors or omissions that may occur as a result of doing so.

There is a Buyer’s Premium and applicable Sales Tax on all purchases regardless of the mode of bidding employed in the transaction.

Prior to the sale, the buyer must provide us with his or her name, permanent address, and the amount of the successful bid price plus a premium of 26 percent on the first $600,000 of the hammer price of each lot, 21 percent on the portion of the hammer price from $600,001 through $4,000,000, and 15 percent on the In the event that there is a balance due on the purchase price, it must be paid no later than 5 p.m.

  1. on the following day following the auction.
  2. Even in the case where we have delivered the lot to the buyer, the buyer will not be deemed to have acquired title to the property until we have received all sums due to us from the buyer in good cleared money from the buyer.
  3. The purchaser agrees to pay a $35 handling fee to Doyle New York in the event that a check is returned unpaid by the drawee.
  4. Doyle New York does not assume responsibility for any faults that may arise during the functioning of the system or in the quality of the picture shown.
  5. Some items are not permitted to be exported, imported into other states or countries, or resold in their original form.
  6. Furthermore, even if the acquiring of any such license is rejected or delayed, the purchaser must be liable for the timely payment of the whole purchase price of the lot.

When items from endangered or protected species are not identified, Doyle bears no obligation, and when such materials are wrongly identified, Doyle assumes no liability.

8. Remedies Available to Doyle New York

If payment is not made in accordance with the terms and circumstances set out above, we retain the right to apply a late fee equal to 1 1/2 percent per month of the total purchase price, in addition to any other remedies that may be available to us under the law. The purchaser is responsible for removing all property from our premises at their expense no later than (2) business days following the sale of the property. If the property is not removed, Doyle New York reserves the right to charge a minimum storage fee of $5 per lot per day or to deliver the property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchaser’s expense, with the property being released only after payment in full of all removal, storage, handling, insurance, and any other costs incurred, together with payment of the purchase price.

If the purchaser fails to comply with any of the terms and conditions set forth herein, we shall be entitled, in addition to any other remedies available to us and the consignor under applicable law, including without limitation the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price, including all fees, charges, and expenses more fully set forth herein, to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies:

  1. Charge interest at a rate determined by us in the course of our business. a) To hold the defaulting buyer accountable for the whole amount owed and to initiate legal procedures for its recovery, as well as for interest, legal expenses, and costs, to the maximum extent permissible by relevant law
  2. Purchasers who default on their payments will have their purchases canceled, as well as any other lot or lots sold to them at the same or any other auction, with any monies made by the customer retained as liquidated damages The property will be resold without reserve, and the purchaser will be accountable for any deficiencies, costs, including handling charges, expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our standard rate, any other fees and charges due under this agreement, and incidental damages. To set against any sums owed by us to the buyer in connection with other transactions against any outstanding amounts owed by the buyer in connection with other transactions
  3. The buyer may order us to apply any money paid to discharge any amount owing by the buyer to us in respect of a particular transaction if numerous amounts payable by the buyer to us are owed in respect of separate transactions. The right to reject at any future auction any bids made by or on behalf of the buyer or the right to require a deposit from the buyer before accepting any bids
  4. The right to take any other measures we deem necessary or appropriate
  5. The right to combine any of these options

Moreover, when a defaulting purchaser fails to pay us, we will be deemed to have granted and assigned to us a continuing security interest of first priority in, and we may retain any property or money of or owing to such purchaser in our possession as collateral security for such purchaser’s obligations to us. When it comes to such property, we will have all of the rights given to a secured party by the New York Uniform Commercial Code. In addition, we will be able to apply against such obligations any cash held or received by us for the account of, or due from, such purchaser.

Doyle New York retains the right, in the event that a purchaser fails to pay all or a portion of the total purchaser price for any lot and Doyle New York nevertheless elects to pay a portion of the sale proceeds to the consignor, and the purchaser acknowledges that Doyle New York retains the right to pursue the purchaser for any amounts paid to the consignor for any amounts paid to the consignor, whether at law, in equity, or under these Conditions of Sale, regardless of whether the purchaser pays any or all of

9. Limited Liability

A purchased lot that cannot be delivered in the same condition as it was at the time of purchase, or any purchased lot that has been stolen, mis-delivered, or lost before to delivery, will not be reimbursed by Doyle New York for any amount in excess of the amount paid by the customer. In no event will we be liable for the conduct or omissions of transporters or packers of acquired lots, whether or not they were suggested by us.

Doyle New York will not be liable for any loss or damage to things that are packed and handled by us, and we will not be liable for any loss or damage to items that are packed and handled by us.

10. Doyle New York Employees

Employees of Doyle New York are not barred from participating in auctions or bidding on properties. It is likely that they will have access to information that is not available to the general public over the course of their work.

11. Waiver of Conditions

Doyle New York has the right to waive or modify any or all of these restrictions at any time and for any reason. The Terms and Conditions of Sale, the Terms and Conditions of Guarantee, the glossary, if applicable, and all other contents of this catalogue are subject to change by us at any time during the sale, which will be communicated orally. In certain cases, salesroom notes are used to change the catalogue description of a lot after our catalogue has gone to publication. They are either displayed in the viewing galleries and salesroom or stated by the auctioneer prior to the auction.

12.

All measurements and weights are provided as a guideline only. Doyle New York is not liable for any damage to glass that covers paintings, drawings, other works of art, frames, or lamp shades, regardless of the source of the damage.

13.

If any portion of these Conditions of Sale is declared to be unlawful, illegal, or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remainder of the conditions will remain in effect to the maximum extent permitted by law.

14.

New York law shall govern and interpret the parties’ rights and obligations with respect to these Conditions of Sale and Terms of Guarantee, including, but not limited to, the purchaser’s rights and obligations hereunder, the conduct of the auction, and any other matters arising out of or in connection with any of the foregoing. By bidding at auction, whether in person or through an agent, by written bid, telephone, or other means, the buyer agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal or state courts located in the state and county of New York, and waives any objections to the jurisdiction and venue of any such court.

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