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Demand Grows For Odell Beckham Autographs After Legendary Leap

Odell Beckham autographs and rookie cards have been hot sellers as he punctuates a strong rookie season with a catch for the ages.

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Lawsuit Adds More Intrigue to FBI Investigation

An expensive purchase of baseball memorabilia included items made long after their purported dates of origin, leading to a lawsuit.

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Notes: All Sports Auction; Osers on the Move; Kareem Gets His Stuff, Dodger Talk

All Sports Auctions kicks off a new event, a father/son team join H&S, Abdul-Jabbar allowed to retrieve consignments and talking Dodgers cards with...the Dodgers Blog.

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AFL Programs Offer Rich History

Programs from the American Football League include games played in places you might not have expected.

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Editor’s Blog: The Trouble With Relic Cards

As more relic cards are called into question, a mounting litany of trouble might mean it’s time to reevaluate their importance.

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Vintage Sports Card News

Unopened 1978 Topps cello case football

More Vintage Unopened, Lefty Grove Items at Collect Auctions

1970s and 80s unopened sports card boxes and cases, autographed sets and partial sets and some items from Hall of Famer Lefty Grove are up for bid now.

Modern Sports Card News

Money Manziel 2014 Topps Chrome Football

Topps Chrome Football Set for Release Next Week

2014 Topps Chrome Football won’t stray too far from the formula but the company’s 1963 design gets some love this year and there will be some patch action.

What’s Hot in the Shop

Gordie Howe autograph card Parkhurst

What’s Hot in the Shop: Ambulance Chasing

Mike feels a little creepy after too many calls from those wondering about cards and autographs of players past and present who suffer unfortunate fates.

Rich Klein’s Ramblings

Doc Gooden 1984 Fleer Update rookie card

Ramblings: Doc’s Birthday Recalls Days When Gooden Was Plenty Good

Rich Klein recalls the collecting frenzy over a can’t miss pitcher and his friend Darryl who missed the train to Cooperstown, but gained a measure of respect after all.

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