Poll: How much can Will Ferrell’s autos sell for?

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How much to you think Will Ferrell's most-popular Archives auto will go for?

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The first Will Ferrell 2015 Topps Archives autograph has hit eBay with a Buy It Now price of $899.

While there might be other MLB teams that are more popular for deep-pocketed Ferrell fans, this price got us wondering how much you think he’ll sell for.

Tell us what you think above or in the comments below.

Update: A second card, this time the Dodgers, has a $2,000 BIN, while a Reds card carries a $699 BIN.

Update II: All three cards have sold.

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6 comments

  1. Cory Furlong 9 June, 2015 at 21:57

    I could be completely wrong but I don’t see a huge fan base for Will Ferrell where these 80 some cards will demand a premium? Good gimmick but nothing like the Major League sigs of 2014.

  2. David D 10 June, 2015 at 02:18

    I think that initially they may fetch $70.00- $90.00 initially, but will probably settle into the $35.00- $50.00 range.
    I cracked open three blaster boxes today. I was surprised how “thin” the cardstock was! Topps included more cards per pack- a good thing, but had 1981 Donruss cardstock with them- definitely a bad thing!

  3. Richard 10 June, 2015 at 12:00

    I figure they will sell for more than the “squirrel” card does.
    Ferrel may not have a true mega-star fan base, but its more than enough to absorb these.
    Add to the fact that he just does not sign much at all and you will get an autograph that
    can stabilize in the $300+ range.

    There are enough Topps Master set makers to make a solid base in any case.
    And I can’t see him suddenly signing tons of stuff other than what he already does for charity.

  4. Tom 10 June, 2015 at 13:11

    Thanks to David D. for highlighting the thin cardstock that Topps has attempted in the past. Thin cardstock is entirely inconsistent with a product like Archives, Fan Favorites or Heritage. I will be passing on the product having waited to see if that was going to be the case on Archives again.

  5. DDDD 11 June, 2015 at 14:36

    If you purchase a Will Ferrell Autograph for 800 dollars, do you actually think you can sell it for a profit in 5 – 10 years? I would say no and think these buyers will be kicking themselves in the no sunshine area in a few months/ years when they try to resell a 85 dollar card for 800 – 1000 ( or whatever they try to get back out of it ). Sure they are cool, but they are no 800 dollars cool and the majority of collectors are smart enough to pass on the long run.

  6. Steve 13 June, 2015 at 15:03

    Or they will be happy to have obtained 1 of 10 Will Ferrell autograph cards featuring him on their favorite team…I don’t think people are spending nearly $1000 to try and make a profit down the road. Just a nice addition to a PC. If you have the cash and want the card, go get it!

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