Frank Quilici Autograph

Frank Quilici

Francis Ralph Quilici (May 11, 1939 – May 14, 2018) was a Major League infielder and manager who had a five-year playing career and a four-year managerial career. He played for the Minnesota Twins of the American League in 1965, then 1967-1970. He attended Loras College and Western Michigan University. More about Frank Quilici

The most expensive item with a signature of Frank Quilici (TWINS Team Leaders signed 1973 Topps card FRANK QUILICI VERN MORGAN BOB RODGERS) was sold on eBay in September 2013 for $163.60 while the cheapest item (Minnesota Twins FRANK QUILICI autographed 3x4 sheet of paper) found a new owner for $0.50 in October 2013. The month with the most items sold (6) was April 2008 with an average selling price of $11.89 for an autographed item of Frank Quilici. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2014 with $14.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.50 was April 2010. In average, an autographed item from Frank Quilici is worth $8.61.

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Current items with a signature of Frank Quilici

These are the most current items with a signature of Frank Quilici that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
(3) FRANK QUILICI INDEX CARD SIGNED 1965-70 MINNESOTA TWINS PSA/DNA CERTIFIED$15.00
1973 TOPPS #49 TWINS FRANK QUILICI, RODGERS, WORTHINGTON SIGNED AUTOGRAPH CARD $49.95
Frank Quilici autographed Baseball Card (Minnesota Twins) 1974 Topps #447 slight crease$21.99
FRANK QUILICI SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED 1966 TOPPS CARD TWINS$19.95
Minnesota Twins Frank Quilici Auto Signed 1973 Topps Card #49 VINTAGE K$9.99
Minnesota Twins star Frank Quilici signed/autographed 1966 Topps baseball card!$6.99
Signed Frank Quilici Photo - 8x10 - PSA/DNA Certified$19.99

Traded items with a signature of Frank Quilici

In total, we tracked 175 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Frank Quilici were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
1973 Topps #49 FRANK QUILICI Autographed card$5.00
FRANK QUILICI autograph 1970 TOPPS signed card TWINS$2.26
FRANK QUILICI autograph 1974 TOPPS signed card TWINS$1.04
MINNESOTA TWINS signed FRANK QUILICI 1965 WS 10/10/65$9.38
MINNESOTA TWINS signed FRANK QUILICI 1965 WS 10/13/65$7.99

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Traded Photos with a signature of Frank Quilici

Most recently, these Photos with a signature of Frank Quilici were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
MINNESOTA TWINS signed FRANK QUILICI #11 - ws 1965$8.27
MINNESOTA TWINS signed FRANK QUILICI - 1965 ws$9.99
MINNESOTA TWINS signed FRANK QUILICI 1965 WS 10/10/65$9.38
MINNESOTA TWINS signed FRANK QUILICI 1965 WS 10/13/65$7.99

Traded Trading Cards with a signature of Frank Quilici

Most recently, these Trading Cards with a signature of Frank Quilici were sold on eBay. Also, we show some available products from other stores to give you a feeling about the right price for these autographed items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
1973 Topps #49 FRANK QUILICI Autographed card$5.00
FRANK QUILICI 1974 TOPPS SIGNED # 447 TWINS$3.50
FRANK QUILICI autograph 1970 TOPPS signed card TWINS$2.26
FRANK QUILICI autograph 1974 TOPPS signed card TWINS$1.04

Latest News about Frank Quilici

Shooter Now: Neil Armstrong told me about the moon, Frank Quilici says (08/28/12): When Neil Armstrong died over the weekend from heart complications, those of us who watched him become the first man to walk on the moon in 1969 might have thought back to where we were that day.