Autographed MLB baseball photos are probably one of the best baseball collectibles a baseball fan can ever have. Autographed baseball photos tell more of a story then an autographed baseball, an autographed helmet, or an autographed jersey. An autographed photo can be proudly displayed in any office, home, or man-cave. The most interesting autographed photos are from special and historical plays.
Just like any other autographed collectible, the value of an autograph MLB photo is mostly determined by the success of the athlete who signed the photo at any given time. It may be less valuable at one point in time and then more valuable at another time. Additional determinations of value include the condition of the autographed photo, how many are in circulation, the authenticator, significant awards received by the athlete and their achievements, and any inscriptions that may be included with the autograph. An autographed collectible such as an autographed photo, can decrease in value if the athlete has been involved in any scandals, criminal activity, or allegations of PED usage. It can also decrease in value if there are smudges in the autograph, fingerprints and other marks that can’t be removed, or if the photo is tattered and torn.
In 2012, Miguel Cabrera while with the Detroit Tigers, was named the American League MVP and also won the Triple Crown. This was a great achievement for Cabrera which has caused his autographed memorabilia to increase in value.
Because an autographed photo can be worth a thousand words, a collector will love to display their collectible. An autographed photo should never be placed in an ordinary photo frame as it will cause the autograph and photo to fade over time. If your autographed collectible is to be displayed, it should be displayed in a photo frame that has UV-protection added to protect the autograph. AAA Sports Memorabilia has a large selection of autographed photo frames that include UV-protection and most can also have your favorite MLB team logo etched on the front.
Our autographed photo section is quite large and continues to grow weekly. Visiting our autographed photo section often is best if you are looking for that next valuable collectible to add to your collection. We have even more autographed photos in stock then what is on our website, so if you can’t find that one photograph that you really want on our site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we have it in stock.