You’ve had questions about identification, authentication and other memorabilia-related topics and David Cycleback is answering them.
Simple tips on factors that can help authenticate game cards, signed prints, antique paintings and more.
A few tips and complete guide for collectors of ad signs, posters and other antique prints.
Learn about many standard types of glass you’ll find in some sports memorabilia, including lead crystal, cobalt, milk glass and blown glass.
A series of articles will help provide keys to authenticating and dating sports cards, posters, signs and other memorabilia created through commercial printing processes.
The following are answers to email baseball card and related questions I’ve received in the past. If you have any questions for my column, feel free to email me at [email protected] QUESTION: What is a baseball card progression proof? ANSWER: Progression proofs were proofs, or test prints, that were used by the printers to test […]
Learn how to use a black light identify many modern reprints and fakes of antique paper collectibles and memorabilia.
It is important to know the differences in what the two internet giants allow when it comes to the selling of autographed material. And it is essential to understand the similarities.
After tweaking the product it introduced to its most loyal customers back in August, PSA has unveiled the new holders for your submitted cards and autographs.
PSA will lower fees for grading and authentication at the National Sports Collectors Convention as long as you submit in quantity.
Topps is offering free PSA Authentication for ’11 Draft Picks and Prospects AFLAC autographed cards.
PSA/DNA is adding a level of security to its printed letters of authenticity by making a hologram part of the letter itself.
Some collectors prefer a more personal touch in the internet age.