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Baseballs have a fluctuating value because they are among the most common pieces of equipment used in game settings, what with batting practice, foul balls, and such. If the ball comes from a game of some historical significance, its value increases. If it is signed and dated by players from that event, the value rises. If it has individual significance, a signed ball carries the greatest value.

Pucks & Sticks

Like other types of game equipment, the value of pucks and sticks rests on who used the equipment, what happened in the game in which it was used, and if it was used in a game. Broken items diminish in value, but usable, though damaged items are sought by collectors.