View Full Version : COA on Autograph?

12-17-2003, 09:39 AM

Can someone tell me if, how and where one can get a COA on an, in person, signed baseball? My friend's 10 year old son got a Derek Jeter and a Joe Torre autograph on a ball during the Yankees-Royals game last season in KC.
Any idea on the costs and whether it's a good idea or not?


Thanks a million and have a GREAT holiday season!


12-17-2003, 12:53 PM
assuming it's authentic and y ou don't mind spending around 50.00. yo u can get a coa from psa. i think they charge 50.00 for 2 autographs on a baseball. i know ttheye charge depending on how many...

12-17-2003, 01:10 PM
Thanks PujolsMussina!

As I said, it's not mine, so it's up to the parents to decide on having it certified or not. But I will forward your helpful info to them. Thanks again! You know a lot on baseball cards, I have noticed so far!

Anybody else know something on getting a COA (different from PSA, prices, etc)? PLMK



12-17-2003, 05:09 PM
check the www.signingshotline.com boards and search for authentication or something similar.


12-17-2003, 05:33 PM
Originally posted by pujolsmussina535
me, personally, i have a couplee autographs by eric gagne -1 with coa (global authentication - 5.00 extra) and 1 that is not (personal collection)....

hope that helps!

as a Dodger fan, all I got to say is:


Gagne, assuming he stays healthy, has a really good shot to be among the best closers of all time

He's only 27 next year; already made history with 2 straight 50-save seasons, and 55 straight saves and counting.

And, with the Dodgers unable to score many runs despite a great pitching staff...Gagne should be able to save another 40+ games next year as well.

I love Gagne, and the music that plays when he goes in...Dodger fans no longer leave as early as they used to if the Dodgers are heading into the 8th with 3 runs or less lead

12-17-2003, 06:20 PM
podstock: you know what really pissesme off? the fact that hisautos at the time i got both were only 7.00 each!!!!!!

that was the time the dodgers decided to move him into the closers role and people started noticing how dominant he was. 7.00......lol...i just can't help but laugh.

12-17-2003, 10:08 PM
COAs are just like regular cards because if you know they are real then there just like a regular auto.