I have five pinball games that are signed . I wonder if the signatures add value to average games. I have a Wizard signed by Roger Daltrey,Pete Townshend ,and John Entwistle. No Keith Moon. The play field and signatures are nice and the game plays well. The cabinet is only a five or six. So lets just suppose the game is worth $1500. How much would signatures add to the value.
same for the following.
The same with a Ted Nugent signed by him and Kiss signed by Ace Frehley and Gene Simmons [ signatures not so great because the playfield is so busy ] , and a Captain Fantastic signed by Elton John. I also have a Black Knight 2000 signed by Steve Miller but as we all know it doesn't really match the theme.I had a Buccaneer signed by Jimmy Buffett but gave it to a man whom kept all the games in his airplane hanger for a long time.That was a fun situation but the jig is up. All play well, all cabinets are or 5 or 6 . Is there a better way to find out the interest in these signed games besides ebay?
I was thinking signed games by the designers and artist were what people were interested in but someone told me that the rock&roll signatures could also be of interest to people.If it seems of interest I can post pictures.I do Kiss as an example.Do I try to find fans of the games or fans of the Rock Stars? Probably the short answer is they are only worth what someone will pay.Any advice is appreciated.