Dozens of vintage unopened boxes and packs and hundreds of autographed items are on the block in Collect Auctions’ new catalog.
The executive director of the hobby’s largest show passed away Friday of brain cancer according to family and friends.
Free from the constraints of a tussle with Beckett, online card marketplace COMC.com is preparing for one of its busiest times of the year.
A collection of high-grade baseball cards that chronicles Mickey Mantle’s entire career will come to auction later this month when Memory Lane opens its next major catalog auction.
SCP Auctions launches its final major catalog sale of 2015 with a six-figure basketball card, a Lou Gehrig bat and game-worn gear from DiMaggio and Banks.
A Microsoft executive is offering a free trial subscription to a new online price guide service for graded cards.
The jersey Michael Jordan wore in his last regular season Bulls game 17 years ago sold for $173,240 to lead Goldin Auctions’ latest event.
An unopened case of 1978 Topps rack packs, a Christy Mathewson signed personal heck and a Mickey Mantle rookie card were five-figure winners in the auction.
Upper Deck has landed Marcus Mariota autographs for its UDA line after reaching a deal with the Tennessee Titans’ young quarterback.
Kris Bryant, Carlos Correa and Brett Favre are just a few of the past and present who will headline a long list of autographs signers.
Talk about good timing. GT Sports Marketing held a show in Kansas City over the weekend, just a week after the Royals won the Series.
ThePit Football 50 makes its debut, tracking the most valuable cards of NFL stars.
Tanner Jones shares some of his tips on landing bulk deals and other buys and turning them into cash–all without leaving your neck of the woods.
A 1925 Christy Mathewson signed check and Dick Green’s 1974 World Series ring are just two of the items in Huggins and Scott’s final auction of 2015.
Dozens of Old Judge cards, 15 early Mickey Mantles, a major hockey collection and the career memorabilia of Brooks Robinson hit the auction block Nov. 5-7.
A Winnipeg hobby shop owner says the Tim Horton’s promotion has enticed new collectors–and put the ‘trading’ back in trading cards.
A few dozen autograph guests join 200 dealers and thousands of collectors for a milestone edition of the Toronto Sports Card and Memorabilia Expo.
The Las Vegas Club was built around a sports theme. Closed in August, the casino’s sports memorabilia collection is going up for sale.
Thousands of previously released boxes and cases will change hands in a deal between two major hobby dealers…and some former Fleer workers recall the 90s.