Autographs of Bobby George

Bobby George

Robert Francis George (born 16 December 1945) is an English television presenter and former professional darts player. He is widely recognised as one of the game's biggest personalities, known for his flamboyant entrances in which the "King of Darts" makes his way to the stage bedecked in jewellery, wearing a crown and cloak and holding a candelabra to the Queen song We Are the Champions. More about Bobby George

Current items with a signature of Bobby George

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

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnailBOBBY GEORGE - DARTS LEGEND- - 10x6 PHOTO SIGNED- (2)£3.99logo
thumbnailBobby George BDO 'King of Darts', hand signed in person 10 x 8 photo.£19.99logo
thumbnailBOBBY GEORGE DARTS HAND SIGNED PHOTO AUTHENTIC + COA - 10x8£19.99logo
thumbnailBOBBY GEORGE DARTS HAND SIGNED PHOTO AUTHENTIC + COA - 10x8£19.99logo
thumbnailBOBBY GEORGE DARTS HAND SIGNED PHOTO AUTHENTIC + COA - 10x8£19.99logo
thumbnailBobby George Original Hand Signed Photograph Flyer. Tv Darts Player Sports£30.00logo
thumbnailBOBBY GEORGE SIGNED 6X4 WHITE CARD SPORT AUTOGRAPH DARTS 100% GENUINE£19.99logo
thumbnailBobby GEORGE Signed Autograph The King of Darts 16x12 Montage Photo AFTAL COA£27.99logo
thumbnailBobby George Signed Darts Large Photograph £14.99logo
thumbnailBobby George Signed Replica Shirt£55.00logo

Traded items with a signature of Bobby George

In total, we tracked 594 items since 01/09/2012. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Bobby George (BOBBY GEORGE DARTS HAND SIGNED FRAMED PHOTO DISPLAY AUTHENTIC + COA) was sold in May 2019 for £199.99 while the cheapest item (Bobby George (Darts) Signed PR Card) found a new owner for £0.50 in May 2015. The month with the most items sold (30) was January 2021 with an average selling price of £17.49 for an autographed item of Bobby George. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in October 2020 with £49.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with £0.75 was May 2015. In average, an autographed item from Bobby George is worth £3.70.

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

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Store  
thumbnailBobby George (Darts) Signed PR Card£1.50logo
thumbnailBobby George England Darts Legend Approx 10 x 8 Signature Piece £7.75logo
thumbnailBOBBY GEORGE HAND SIGNED RED DARTS SHIRT AUTHENTIC + COA£49.99logo
thumbnailSALE BOBBY GEORGE DARTS HAND SIGNED ESSEX SHIRT AUTHENTIC + COA£16.00logo
thumbnailSALE BOBBY GEORGE DARTS HAND SIGNED PURPLE SHIRT AUTHENTIC + COA£31.00logo
thumbnailSALE BOBBY GEORGE DARTS HAND SIGNED RED SHIRT AUTHENTIC + COA£31.00logo
thumbnailSALE BOBBY GEORGE DARTS HAND SIGNED ROYAL BLUE SHIRT AUTHENTIC + COA£31.00logo
thumbnailSigned Bobby George Dartboard £36.00logo
thumbnailSigned Bobby George Dartist Print£25.00logo
thumbnailSigned Bobby George Darts Shirt£38.00logo

Latest News about Bobby George

Trust Darts quarter-finals: Gary Anderson v Bobby George (02/27/15): Trust Darts has become an internet sensation following its launch on the Colin Murray show earlier this year. Now an official organisation has been set up, Trust Darts Corporation [TDC], and the first ever knockout competition launched, involving eight legendary throwers. Go to news article

Trust Darts: Gary Anderson to take on Bobby George as first ever draw is made (01/23/15): Now an official organisation has been set up, Trust Darts Corporation [TDC], and the first ever knockout competition launched, involving eight legendary throwers. Go to news article

Darts legend Bobby George: Champion 'Scotty Dog' right to swerve PDC switch (01/12/15): DARTS legend Bobby George insisted Scott Mitchell had been right to stick by the BDO and backed his protégé to write a fresh chapter in the history books. Go to news article

Darts legend Bobby George to play at Lewes charity night (04/29/14): Why register?