One of pro football’s top linemen throughout the 1960s, Green Bay Packers great Jerry Kramer is selling some of the items from his pro and college careers.
The stock market may be struggling but the bulls are still running the vintage baseball card world with a new year already bringing new records.
Kevin Durant trading cards will soon have input from…Kevin Durant. His new deal with Panini includes autographs, commercials and suggestions for products.
Three men who worked at Dave & Adam’s Card World will spend time in prison and have to pay back the value of the $1.3 million worth of boxes they stole.
The Super Bowl was only ten years old when Tom McDonough started the Cranston Sports Collectors Show. This year, the big game turns 50 and the show hits 40.
Have an autograph from a Cleveland Browns quarterback who has let you down over the years? Steiner Sports will take it–and hand you a $100 gift certificate to buy something else.
Youthful Latvian leaper Kristaps Porzingis isn’t big on first names but he’s got an exclusive deal for his last.
What’s an Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card worth? It depends on the grade. We break down the numbers encapsulated by the three main services.
Heritage Auctions says it had its second best year of all-time in 2015 and sports collectibles were a strong part of the equation.
Dual grades for an autographed trading card are now possible at PSA, which has added the service to its lineup.
The newest edition of the Beckett Graded Card Price Guide is out with price updates and checklists for all four sports.
With Rio on the horizon, a preview of the 2016 Topps U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Team Hopefuls trading card set.
Cards, memorabilia and autographs will be part of the inaugural 2016 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl FanFest in southern California next month.
The number one rated basic collection of Mickey Mantle cards joins hundreds of other vintage cards, early World Series programs and a vintage packs.
Those involved in an Ohio-based fake autograph scam stayed in business for nearly five years before police and the FBI closed in on what had become a seven-figure enterprise.
A few active superstars join some old favorites on PSA/DNA’s annual list of ‘most dangerous’ sports autographs.
Another man from northern Ohio has pleaded guilty to playing a role in what’s been described as a huge phony autograph scam.
Bidding was well into six figures before the auction for a card listed as a PSA 8 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle was pulled for further review.
After winning the NFLPA license last year, Panini now has a full NFL exclusive starting in April, leaving Topps with only a digital card license.