I have a baseball autographed by nolan ryan. Along with his signature, is 5 no-hitters, 5,000 K's signed on the ball.
I got the ball from Card Collectors Co. in 1989 or 1990. Don't know if they are still in business.
A certificate came with it signed by Nolan Ryan that says that he personally authentically hand signed 383 balls.
My certificate is 262/383
Looked on ebay listing completed and current and couldn't find the same ball.
Also google collectable dealers and could not find the same ball.
An info will be greatly appreciated. If you know what it's worth, that would help too.
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