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Memory Lane Acquires Multi-Million ‘Dollar Rocky Mountain Collection’

Some of the hobby’s most coveted high grade cards including multiple Babe Ruth rookies, make up the eye-popping collection now coming to market.

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Director: Reasons for NSCC’s Shorter Circuit are Many

In Part 2 of our chat with NSCC Director Mike Berkus, topics include dealers, promotion and why bringing the show to other cities has proven difficult.

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Notebook: Brown Sues; Olbermann on Mastro; Baseball Exhibit; New Beckett Hire

Jim Brown sues over his championship ring, Keith Olbermann talks about Bill Mastro, a huge baseball exhibit winds down and Beckett adds a new VP.

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Director: Signs Point Toward Strong NSCC

In the first of a two-part interview, NSCC Director Mike Berkus discusses the first show in 1980, sales for this year and the new case break pavilion.

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Ramblings: A Little Selling, a Lot of Promoting

Rich Klein takes a turn behind a table at a Texas card show, visits a couple of local shops and has some news about Plano II.

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Panini Releases Elite Football

It was near the middle of May when the NFL held its annual draft. Now, some mere weeks later, after the evaluations and debates over who "won" or who … More...

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I-X Center Cleveland

Director: Reasons for NSCC’s Shorter Circuit are Many

The National Sports Collectors Convention won't open until a week from now in Cleveland, but the show's Co-Founder and Director, Mike Berkus, is … [Read More...]

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Modern Baseball Card Investor

Book Excerpt: Grade Scarcity and Box Value

Selling prices of some ultra high grade rookie cards can make even some common unopened 1980′s baseball boxes appealing but beware the quality issue.

Rich Klein’s Ramblings

Plano Card Show

Ramblings: A Little Selling, a Lot of Promoting

Recently the Dallas Card Show returned to the LaQuinta located at Walnut Hill and Central (Highway 75) in Dallas. As usual, the show had free … More...

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