* Angelica Restaurant, on East North * Askara Restaurant, on East Houston * BabyCakes, on Broome * Bonobo's, on East 23rd * Franchia, on Park Ave * GreenBean Cafe, on York Ave * Heights Vegetarian, on St Nicholas Ave * PlanetOne cafe, on East 7th * Quintessence, on East 10th * Tierngarden Vegan Restaurant, on Allen St * Viva Herbal Natural Pizza, on 2nd Ave * ZenBurger, on Lexicon For vegan icecreams/ softserve - Lulu's Sweet Apothecary on East 6th
According to the collector's price guide, "Team Baseballs," your ball is worth between $850-1500 (and higher in perfect condition), with value being greater or lower depending on exact players present - in particular, the inclusion or exclusion of Hall of Famers Lou Gehrig and rookie Joe DiMaggio - plus the all-important overall condition of the ball and autographs. Other key factors include type of ball (is it an "Official American League" ball?), whether there are any "clubhouse signatures" (autographs signed for players by ballboys, attendants, etc), and total number of signatures present. The authenticity of the Gehrig and DiMaggio signatures are of particular importance, as both used "ghost-signers" extensively - especially Gehrig. These factors, plus the authenticity of the all the significant signatures are the main variables in determining value.
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The New York of today has many of the same landforms as it did in colonial times. These includes mountains, hills and valleys and natural harbors, to name a few of the most readily observed landforms. The geography of New York has changed since colonial days in that cities have now taken up land that was once simply forests.