Signed items from a couple of Hall of Famers and some shrunken heads were taken and replaced with fakes at Ripley’s Believe it or Not in Times Square.
A rare Leaf Satchel Paige eBay sighting; cancelled autograph signings, a bank forecloses on two John Rogers properties and a new shop in Minnesota.
An additional casting of Gehrig’s 1939 bronze Baseball Hall of Fame plaque art, quietly kept for decades by a fan who idolized him, is consigned to auction.
One of the hobby’s longest running shows also includes an auction and Hall of Fame autograph guest.
Don Joss of DJ’s Sports Cards is a busy guy, caring for the shop he’s owned since 1988–and for his large and special family at home.
The Kareem Abdul-Jabbar auction is underway, with the first batch of items from the Hall of Famer’s career now on eBay including his 1974 All-Star ring.
A sports memorabilia dealer accuses the New York Giants’ equipment staff of selling Michael Strahan’s final game jersey and giving him one made to look real.
The breakup of a big collection of vintage sets continues as Burl’s offers slots in a mid-range 1970 Topps collection.
A rare and unique relic presented to Hall of Famer Ed Delahanty at the height of his brief but tragic career emerges from hiding.
Sales updates on ’52 Mantles; a record for Mays; more on the Cobb find, Babe’s bat brings big bucks and a find of ’67 Topps with origins in an old drug store.
Ready to celebrate an anniversary next year, the Ottawa Senators are looking to borrow and display items related to the history of hockey in the area.
Plans are in the works for an auction of Muhammad Ali memorabilia, with accepted items gaining exposure through a huge new exhibit in Europe.
The nine-year-old Massachusetts boy selling some of his baseball cards to help a friend last month, is getting support and encouragement from all over.
A find of important World Series programs 38 years ago turned into a nice investment for a collector who almost lost them to a natural disaster.
“That’s some wallop!” Babe Ruth said after a lowball offer from the Yankees in 1933. He didn’t get much more. The auction for the pact is about to close.
Same as it ever was…kids, baseball cards and autographs at spring training.
Remember when DC Comics pitted Muhammad Ali against Superman in front of a gaggle of famous faces from the 1970s?
The product of a gathering of early baseball pioneers, the “Laws of Baseball” set common ground rules for how the game would be played in the years to come.
Mike Tyson has now chimed in but six title belts owned by old-time boxers Tony Zale and Carmen Basilio remain missing after a theft last November.
Topps showed up to take photos but the real work for the Kansas City Royals came when they brought out the stuff to be signed.