How Much Can I Get For An Autographed Steve Broussard Jersey

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  • How much can I get for an autographed Steve Broussard jersey that has been worn by him on Sunday...? I know it won't be much but how much would I get for it on ebay...?
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  • My guess would be nothing. But i'm certainly no memorabilia collector or expert.
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  • The easiest way to find out is to put it on E Bay and see what kind of offer you get. :stirthepot:

    I wouldn't imagine much.


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  • One Dolphins hat,


    But in all seriousness, I have no idea. Your best bet is to just put it on Ebay and see how much the bidding goes to.
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  • dontbelikethat wrote:One Dolphins hat,


    But in all seriousness, I have no idea. Your best bet is to just put it on Ebay and see how much the bidding goes to.

    i'd turn that deal down :49ersmall:
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  • Start it at $49.99 on a straight-up auction with no reserve.

    Having sold my share of Hawks duds on eBay, I've found that establishing some value up front gets folks thinking a bit. Don't do the "buy it now", takes all the potential out of it. If it goes a week without any interest, don't be too hasty dropping the price. Part of the fun of selling an item is the drama. Never know, some dude may need that jersey to complete a set...?

    I wish eBay wouldn't have done the store concept and just kept it a straight auction site, but hey, corporate money guys...
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