Some big ticket cards head for the auction finish line; some tips on buying in a hot market; a chat with Topps about NOW cards and more.
The focus on historic baseball documents shifts to two items–an early Babe Ruth contract with a moral’s clause– and one that established the role of MLB Commissioner.
Greg Tranter has been collecting Buffalo Bills memorabilia and cards for over 50 years. Now, he’s giving it all to a museum–and a big check, too.
The Lakers are selling the signed hardwood panels from Kobe Bryant’s last game and raffling autographed commemorative tickets to aid their kids charity.
Dealing with years of kidney dialysis has made for some challenges but Frank Mogier still enjoys promoting shows and collecting.
A brazen thief broke into a shop late Saturday afternoon and stole thousands of dollars worth of cards.
A huge price for a high-end Joe Namath rookie card; an online price guide has some news; Dave Bing’s kids sell his stuff and Sandy Koufax signs for Fanatics.
The 1969 Nabisco Team Flakes baseball cards aren’t flashy but they’re inexpensive and somewhat hard to find, especially in high-grade.
Steiner Sports will have exclusive rights to market Yogi Berra’s name and likeness–and sell off remaining items from his personal collection.
Full-color photos are back on 2016 Topps Dynasty Baseball, with the one card per pack product due for release this fall.
They won’t be making physical cards but Topps designers will be utilizing familiar brands for the Huddle app with a new NFL and NFLPA contract now in place.
The sale represents the most ever paid for a set of baseball documents. Items from the Don Drysdale estate also helped push the total tally to $7.2 million.
Set for release in just four weeks, 2016 Topps Finest Baseball may not be coming to your local shop.
Lelands has hired a long-time Olympic memorabilia expert to head a new division of the company, focusing on the Winter and Summer Games.
Having pitched his second no-hitter in 17 starts, Jake Arrieta cards will take a step forward. We’ve got a look at which ones are attracting interest from bidders.
Over two dozen jerseys worn in the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Finals are on the auction block.
An important set of documents establishing modern baseball rules, an early Koufax jersey and items from Don Drysdale’s career are on the line this weekend.
A county prosecutor said last year he was hoping to nail the two main organizers of a fake autograph scheme that took $2 million from online buyers.
Dr. David Fischer took care of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Dream Team. Now, he’s selling some of the memorabilia he obtained during their run to gold.
Uniqueness is definitely the theme of the 1980-81 Topps Basketball set.