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All-Star Line Up For Autographed PCGS Baseball HOF Coin Inserts

Goose Gossage

The Hall of Fame coins have been one of this year’s biggest hits with more autograph signers adding their names to the unique looking U.S. Mint product.

Antique Printing Processes Identification Part 3 of 6: Intaglio Prints

Aquatint of a baseball game

In the third of a series, David Cycleback helps you learn how to identify engravings, etchings and other intaglio prints.

Notes: Vander Meer No-Hit Balls Consigned, Fake Holder, Cards2Kids, Rookie Card Guide

Vander Meer no-hitter baseballs

The final out baseballs from Johnny Vander Meer’s back-to-back no-hitters are coming to auction. It’s just one of the stories in the weekend notebook.

Topps Power Players NFL to Launch With Season Openers

Russell Wilson Topps Power Players

The season opens a week from Thursday and Topps Power Players game will launch as well with prizes up for grabs.

Moores Trophy, Vintage Heisman Replica Top SCP Auction

John Moores Trophy

Nearly $3 million of memorabilia was sold in the auction, including items from the Helms Foundation Collection and an autographed cabinet card once owned by Cy Young.

Stories in the Stubs: What You Can Find in a Lowly Used Ticket

1964-WS-Ticket

A little research can sometimes turn what appears to be an ordinary regular season game ticket stub into a gem.

Gehrig Watch, Signed Cy Topping SCP Auction

Lou Gehrig Yankees Watch

The 1928 World Series watch given to Lou Gehrig and a signed Cy Young photo that once belonged to the Hall of Fame pitcher lead bidding in the auction, set to close Saturday.

Simmons and Browne at the National

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Grantland editor Bill Simmons returned to the National Sports Collectors Convention–this time with writer Robert Browne.

Neshek Gives Up #41, Gets Ruth Ball in Return

Autographed Babe Ruth baseball John Lackey Pat Neshek

Collector and Cardinals’ pitcher Pat Neshek got a nice gift from new teammate John Lackey.

Antique Printing Processes Identification Part 2 of 6: Relief Prints

Relief printing, such as used to make this 1913 baseball card, has been used commercially for decades.

A look at a common process used to print antique baseball cards, posters, magazines and more.

MiraCard: Social Media App for Sports Collectors

MiraCard app

Developers of MiraCard hope collectors will take advantage of features that put the hobby in your pocket.

Newly Discovered 1927 Yankees Team Signed Photo Heading to Auction

Autographed 1927 Yankees team photo

A remarkable signed and dated photo of one of baseball’s greatest teams is heading to auction this fall.

Lelands Countersues Over Brown Ring

Jim Brown 1964 NFL championship ring

The battle over ownership of Jim Brown’s 1964 NFL Championship ring continues with a lawsuit filed against the former Cleveland Browns great.

Huge Collection of NHL Negatives Becomes Book

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A passionate collector has turned part of his remarkable accumulation of hockey photos into a new hardcover book.

Autographs from Hall’s First Induction Class Up for Bid

Stamp club member's letter to Ty Cobb.

A stamp club’s 1939 project resulted in a valuable first day cover with autographs from the first Baseball Hall of Fame induction.

Identifying Antique Commercial Printing Processes: Part 1 of 6

Relief printing: Ad for 1926 Red Grange football movie

A series of articles will help provide keys to authenticating and dating sports cards, posters, signs and other memorabilia created through commercial printing processes.

Rare 19th Century Baseball Memorabilia Uncovered on Antiques Roadshow

Boston Redstockings 1870s baseball memorabilia

The archive is from the early 1870s and is comprised of baseball cards and a handwritten letter.

Photo of the Day: Ruth’s New Contract

Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig spring 1930

The country’s economic crisis loomed overhead, but the Yankees got their superstar in the fold with a new contract in spring 1930.

Photo of the Day: Mick and Klu

Mantle Kluzewski

Our Photo of the Day is a rare image of two great hitters from opposite leagues posing for Don Wingfield.

Photo of the Day: Packers vs Bears 1939

Packers 1939 Clarke Hinkle Wrigley Field

Clarke Hinkle is on the move in a key Western Conference showdown at a place best known for baseball.