Baseball Card Exchange

NCAA Tournament Heroes Deserve Quick Card Commemoration

Rich Klein wishes some of those great moments in the NCAA Tournament could be quickly turned into trading cards and has a challenge for artists.

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Andy Warhol, Vintage Baseball Cards Part of New Exhibit

Some famous baseball-related works by Andy Warhol join a collection of vintage baseball cards in a free upcoming exhibit in Cincinnati.

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Ephrata Lions Club Show Returns for 36th Year

One of the hobby's longest running card shows returns Saturday in Pennsylvania.

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NJ Attorney General: No Charges in Bogus Memorabilia Case

WPIX-TV says an investigation into a New Jersey prosecutor's handling of the sale of seized goods went nowhere.

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Autographed Card Request Returned…20 Years Later

An Iowa collector gets a big surprise: a hockey card he'd sent away for an autograph in 1995 is finally returned.

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Sports Memorabilia News

Mickey Mantle jersey 1952

Early 1950s Mantle Bat, Jersey Coming to Auction

A bat dating to the dawn of Mickey Mantle’s big league career and a jersey worn during the 1952 season are both expected to reach well into six figures.

Vintage Sports Card News

1959 Fleer #2 Ted's Idol as shown on PSA.com

5 Favorite Multi-player Baseball Cards of the 1950s

Where can you find vintage cards of Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Ted Williams, Babe Ruth, and Willie Mays that just about every collector can afford? Right here on our list of the top 5 multi-player cards of the 1950s.

Modern Sports Card News

Topps Museum Collection 2014

2014 Topps Museum Collection Box Break/Review

2014 Topps Museum Football offers a pair of autographs along with some relic cards and parallels but boxes weren’t moving at Rich Klein’s local card shop.

Rich Klein’s Ramblings

Ult. Rivalries Bird and Magic Auto

NCAA Tournament Heroes Deserve Quick Card Commemoration

Rich Klein wishes some of those great moments in the NCAA Tournament could be quickly turned into trading cards and has a challenge for artists.

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