What is the value of an autograph from a famous person?

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The value of the signature of a famous person is something that is not tangible. The value of famous people themselves fluctuates over time. It is best stated that the popularity of the individual, the number of autographs signed, and where the item is located make a great deal of difference in the price of an item. For example, a Babe Ruth autograph would theoretically appraise higher in New York than it would in Houston, Texas, the difference being that the person who signed the item is from that area and would be more popular in their home area.
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