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The most expensive item with a signature of Frank Clark (2015 Contenders Autograph #274 Frank Clark BGS 9.5/10 Gem Mint pop 3 Auto) was sold in February 2022 for $249.99 while the cheapest item (Congressman Frank Clark Hand Signed Autograph Ephemera Document) found a new owner for $0.99 in June 2016. The month with the most items sold (9) was November 2021 with an average selling price of $8.27 for an autographed item of Frank Clark. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in February 2022 with $128.75 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.10 was October 2021. In average, an autographed item from Frank Clark is worth $19.95.
These are the most current items with a signature of Frank Clark that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|2015 National Treasures Gold Frank Clark Autograph /49 Chiefs Seahawks||$88.00|
|Frank Clark 2021 Panini Gold Standard No.GGS-FCL #057/149 Autograph Relic Card||$39.99|
|FRANK CLARK AUTOGRAPHED KANSAS CITY CHIEFS JERSEY JSA LAST ONE||$145.44|
|Frank Clark autographed signed 8x10 photo Kansas City Chiefs JSA COA||$78.00|
|Frank Clark autographed signed 8x10 photo Kansas City Chiefs PSA/DNA COA FRAMED||$140.00|
|Frank Clark Kansas City Chiefs Autographed Riddell CAMO Alternate Speed Replica Helmet||$399.99|
|Frank Clark Kansas City Chiefs Autographed Riddell Eclipse Alternate Speed Replica Helmet||$299.99|
|Frank Clark Rookie 2011 Big 33 Bowl Game, First Card Autograph||$55.00|
|Frank Clark Signed Michigan Wolverines Jersey (JSA COA) Kansas City Chiefs D End||$139.95|
In total, we tracked 95 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Frank Clark were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|2016 Donruss Signature Series Frank Clark Auto #85 Seahawks||$17.01|
|2016 Donruss Signature Series Frank Clark Auto #85 Seahawks||$9.99|
|2020 Limited Frank Clark Team Trademarks Auto Autograph #99 Chiefs||$20.00|
|2020 Panini Prizm Football Silver Frank Clark Autograph Chiefs||$14.01|
|FRANK CLARK 2020 PANINI LIMITED FOOTBALL AUTOGRAPH #/99 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS||$6.50|
|Frank Clark Signed Custom Kansas City Chiefs Jersey JSA COA||$41.00|
|Frank Clark Signed Full Size Football JSA COA Kansas City Chiefs Autograph||$118.96|
|Kansas City Chiefs Frank Clark Autographed Pro Style Black Jersey JSA Authentic.||$44.99|
|Kansas City Chiefs Frank Clark Autographed Pro Style Red Jersey JSA Authentic...||$69.00|
|Kansas City Chiefs Frank Clark Autographed Pro Style Red Jersey JSA Authentic...||$41.00|
'The most unstoppable man in football' is half of a legendary Chiefs duo (02/03/23): Pass-rushers Frank Clark and Chris Jones built on their postseason legacies against Joe Burrow and the Bengals. Is Jalen Hurts next?
Chiefs DE Frank Clark can ascend sack leaderboard, hit contract incentive vs. Be (01/29/23): #Chiefs DE Frank Clark has $500K, a spot on the all-time playoff sack leaderboard and a trip to the Super Bowl on the line vs. the #Bengals. | from @TheJohnDillon
Andy Reid describes Frank Clark as a ‘relentless’ presence in Chiefs’ D-Line (01/26/23): Speaking on #Chiefs DE Frank Clark's place in the postseason sack record books, Andy Reid praised Clark's "relentless" presence on the defensive line. | from @TheJohnDillon
Frank Clark limited with groin injury (01/17/23): Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark missed the end of his team’s Week 18 victory over the Raiders with a groin injury. But it didn’t keep him off the field for the team’s first official practice of the divisional round. Kansas City listed Clark as limited in Tuesday’s session. At the end of the regular
NFL suspends Frank Clark for two games under Personal Conduct Policy (10/2022): The 5-2 Chiefs won’t have Frank Clark for the next two games. The league has suspended the Kansas City defensive end under the NFL’s Conduct Policy. The punishment arises from felony weapons charges filed in 2021 against Clark. The case was resolved in September after Clark pleaded guilty to two cou
Chiefs' Clark pleads no contest to gun charges (09/2022): Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark pleaded no contest in Los Angeles on Thursday to two counts of misdemeanor possession of an assault weapon and was sentenced to one year of probation and 40 hours of community service.
George Karlaftis excited to face fewer double-teams with Chiefs (05/2022): #Chiefs rookie DE George Karlaftis is excited to face fewer double-teams (and triple-teams) while playing alongside Frank Clark and Chris Jones in Kansas City.
Frank Clark agrees to new two-year, $29 million deal (03/2022): Defensive end Frank Clark is staying in Kansas City on a restructured contract. The sides reached agreement Monday night on a two-year, $29 million deal that has a maximum value of $36 million, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. Clark was scheduled to count $26.3 million against the salary cap for 2
Kansas City Chiefs defensive line the latest unit due for tear down (02/2022): The Chiefs could save almost $13 million from their salary cap by releasing Frank Clark from a defensive line that ranked 29th in sacks in 2021.
Chiefs DE Frank Clark credits coaches, training staff for his improved play (12/2021): Frank Clark is playing some of the best football of his career and credits the #Chiefs' coaching staff and trainers for enabling him to do so. | from @TheJohnDillon
Chiefs DE Clark pleads not guilty to gun charges (10/2021): Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark pleaded not guilty Monday in Los Angeles to two counts of possession of an assault weapon, the LA county district attorney's office said.
Report: Chiefs' Clark faces felony weapon charge (07/2021): Los Angeles prosecutors on Friday charged Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark with one felony weapons violation stemming from his arrest on March 13 by the California Highway Patrol, according to a report in The Kansas City Star.
Chiefs' Clark arrested; cops say Uzi spotted in car (06/2021): Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark was arrested Sunday in Los Angeles on suspicion of having a concealed firearm in a vehicle, according to an LAPD spokesperson.