A new agreement gives Panini America rights to produce trading cards featuring Shoeless Joe Jackson, Jackie Robinson, Ty Cobb, Jimmie Foxx, Lou Gehrig, Walter Johnson, Thurman Munson and other legendary players.
A Carl Junction, Mo. man has pleaded guilty to defrauding over 1200 victims in a fake autograph scam that went on for nearly six years.
Major League Baseball Players and Panini have come to terms on a deal that will result in more new baseball card products.
The NBA’s trading card partner strikes a deal to put Kyrie Irving’s face on its packaging…and his autograph inside.
Golfer Retief Goosen challenged the U.S. tax laws. The result of the case sheds some light on how much card companies pay for autographs and memorabilia and it could have wide ranging affects on other foreign athletes who compete here.
Topps will crank out yet another new mid-range football product in October.
A fresh trading card and memorabilia deal places the 2011 NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Champion alongside Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and John Wall on Panini’s roster.
The NBA’s leading scorer has a new gig: Panini pitchman.
A former card show promoter and the owner of Sports Treasures, a chain of retail outlets in the LA area, failed to report over $3 million in income according to the U.S. government.
Teenage uber prospect Bryce Harper hasn’t played an inning of big league ball but his can’t miss label is enough for Topps.
Panini gains the rights to produce Pro Football Hall of Fame-specific products and handle autograph sessions in Canton.
Exclusive, multi-year agreement rekindles the 1984 – 1993 partnership.
Yankees’ first baseman Mark Teixeira has signed an autograph and memorabilia agreement with Steiner Sports.
The National Football Foundation plans to pack up the memorabilia and take the College Football Hall of Fame from South Bend to Atlanta.