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.
Interest is picking up for Cam Newton rookie cards from the 2011 season as the Carolina Panthers’ quarterback continues to grow as a player.
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.
1933 Tattoo Orbit baseball is small but with 17 Hall of Famers sprinkled among the 60-card set and a limited number available, it’s a pre-War bargain.
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.
It’s double printed, sure, but so is that Mantle guy. The 1952 Topps Jackie Robinson is among the most sought after cards in the high number series.
A Microsoft executive is offering a free trial subscription to a new online price guide service for graded cards.
Several months after the initial release was hurt by smeared autographs, 2015 Topps Tribute Special Edition will combine recalled product with new twists.
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.
A dealer watched a thief steal a near set of 1975 Topps but opted to turn his frustration into a crowd sourcing effort to help a young collector.
Finding creative ways to collect the ever-popular Topps debut issue without going broke.
A look at a few athletes who put country, duty and honor ahead of sports and the cards we remember them by.
Can’t afford the Mantle, let alone a full set? Here are ten underrated 1952 Topps baseball cards that won’t set you back a mint.
Bidding came to a close on eBay Sunday with a new record price set for a graded, NM/MT example of MIckey Mantle’s first Topps card.
The 1964 Philadelphia football set has plenty of quirks including a car behind Jim Brown, a few notable gaffes and cameos by some very famous coaches.
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.
Apparently tucked away and forgotten, 13 cards from the 1911 Sporting Life M116 set discovered in an attic are about to be sold at auction.