Want a Babe Ruth autograph?

There is currently a gorgeous Babe Ruth autograph on eBay with a starting bid of $35,000. If you got that kind of money, please hurry and bid before Upper Deck buys and ultimately ruins the thing. Unfortunately, the seller has zero feedback so I guess I will have to take my thirty-five grand elsewhere, thank you very much.

Still itching for a Babe Ruth auto? How about this unbelievable piece from PRW Auctions? You are looking at a Babe Ruth autograph along with his full hand print. You won’t find one of those in Upper Deck Sweet Spot, yet. Well, actually you might since the auction ended sometime ago. Hey, they still got some interesting stuff up for bid so check it out. There are a ton of T-206 cards up for bid.



  1. Just the thought of one of the card companies buying that document and cutting out the auto to put in a card with an Ian Kennedy sticker on it while discarding the handprint make me feel sick 😦

  2. The first Babe Ruth baseball card was printed in 1914 by the Baltimore Sun Newspaper, back when The Babe was a minor league ballplayer for the Baltimore Orioles. That particular baseball card, being the first card ever produced of the young pitching prospect, has been sold for as high as $517,000 in recent years!

  3. My Dad was on a boat with Babe Ruth shortly after the war and we have his autograph, it is signed Sincerley Babe Ruth

    In my web searches I have never seen a Sincerley Babe Ruth autograph

    any guess as t the value

  4. How cool is this, forget the auto even though it makes the piece look at the palm impression, This is a one of a kind piece. If UD buys this and does it damage UD is the Anti Christ of hobby collectables.

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