Some tips on how to use creativity–and some methods you may not have thought of–to efficiently turn that big modern era sports card collection into a profit.
A shocking loss hasn’t hurt demand for Ronda Rousey autographs and she’s now got an exclusive deal with a major online outlet.
Bill Clews retired from the military 20 years ago and opened a small card shop that’s still going strong.
Topps is looking to expand its new digital business in Florida, hoping for some incentive money as it looks to hire more developers and expand office space.
He won’t win any penmanship awards but Japanese ace and new Dodger Kenta Maeda’s autographs are coming to Topps products.
Some ideas for trimming expenses if you’re running a sports card shop (or any other small business).
Topps has added Francisco Lindor autographs to its Authentics line, having reached a deal with the 22-year-old shortstop.
Fanatics is hosting the first of two Chicago shows at the Stephens Convention Center later this month with over 80 autograph guests and 350 booths.
Over 800 graded cards are included in the new online auction launched this week.
John Scott, who went from outcast to NHL All-Star MVP, now has an autograph deal–and a movie in the works.
Panini confirms it’ll be producing cards for NASCAR this year.
Triple Play Sports Cards celebrates its 15th year in business with a shop located in a place you might not expect–but their secret to success is online.
A legal tussle between competing auction companies went before a New York judge Thursday.
Upper Deck says it’ll give shop owners a four-week window to sell Series 2 hockey before making the product available on its ePack website.
Top Topps rookie and star cards join a 1948 Blue Tint Jackie Robinson and over 400 other lots in Mile High Card Company’s catalog.
The best young star in years continues to dazzle, making up for the 37 games he missed. We’ve got a check on the current market for Connor McDavid.
The Memphis QB will make his cardboard debut in March with Contenders Draft Picks. Score NFL will follow just ahead of the NFL Draft.
Portions of a lifelong, high-grade collection of sports cards are on the block in a Super Bowl weekend auction set to close Saturday night.
A game-worn Michael Jordan jersey from his final championship season in Chicago and John Havlicek’s own ’50 Greatest Players’ litho were both popular.
Partnering with a trading card maker has given COMC plenty to do, but it’s a big win for the long term. A chat with CEO Tim Getsch.