|Title:||1962 Chicago White Sox Bobblehead Doll|
|Description:||1962 Chicago White Sox Bobblehead Doll|
|Origin:||A Friend of ours call us to look at some items for her.|
|Appraised By:||Scott Cowan|
|Appraiser Comments:||Based on the information and images that you have submitted I would identify the item as follows: Sporting Collectible, Baseball, Chicago White Sox Green Base nodder. The green base series of nodders was produced from late 1962 to 1965. These differed from the earlier nodders as decals were used instead of embossed bases. They are highly collectible and the example that you have submitted appears to be in excellent condition. Without hands on inspection I am not able to fully determine the condition of the item. Chips, nicks, cracks and wear all play a very important part in the determining the value of these items. The pictures given show the doll to be in very nice overall condition with no obvious chips or cracks. There is slight discoloration on the decal on the chest which is common. This is a very nice nodder and one you can display with great pride. With regards to display, make sure you keep the nodder out of direct sunlight as that will fade the decals and the paint. Additionally moisture will destroy the nodder so keeping it dry is very important. I use a soft cloth to wipe down my nodders and I have had very good success with cleaning them that way.|
This online appraisal is an expert's opinion of the item(s) depicted above based solely on images and information supplied by our customer. Additional information, not shown on this certificate, may have been taken into account for this online Appraisal.
Please Note: Our service strives to include the best international authorities in their respective fields. While the appraiser may be an expert in rendering the valuation, please understand that they may not be completely fluent in English.
* Current Fair Market Value is the amount someone might receive when selling their item to a dealer or at auction. It is also the amount most government tax agencies (IRS, Revenue Canada, Inland Revenue, etc.) recognize as the tax deductible amount were the item donated to a charitable organization.
** Replacement Cost is the retail amount one might reasonably pay to purchase the item from a dealer, gallery, store, etc. It is also the amount for which one may want to insure an item.
For currency conversion go to http://www.xe.net/ucc/full.shtml