David Seideman visits a show where at least some of the former players seemed cheery enough to meet fans and collectors who paid for autographs–but also a memory.
Several Hall of Famers have been added to the 2015 NSCC show roster and the appearance dates and times for this year’s autograph guests have been set.
The Fanatics show will have more than two dozen past greats from Notre Dame football on Friday with Peyton Manning and more than 40 others over the weekend.
Members of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team will be among the autograph signers at the 2015 National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago.
Finding an autograph guest for your card show sometimes just means a little legwork and a little knowledge of players who might have an interesting story.
Some tweets and posts from autograph signings at the Fanatics Authentic show in Chicago over the weekend.
The Chicago Sun-Times shows are now in the hands of Fanatics Authentic which has plans to conduct a trio of shows there and at least three more elsewhere.
More than three dozen autograph guests have been announced for this summer’s 35th National Sports Collectors Convention with more to come.
The annual Thanksgiving weekend card show at Moeller High School in Cincinnati is a long-time Midwest fixture.
The show is just over two months away but collectors can pre-order tickets for this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention autograph signings beginning Friday.
They won’t be cheap, but two big names have been added to the autograph lineup at this fall’s Sun-Times show including Shaq, whose sig is short.
Former champ Mike Tyson will take time out from his one-man show to again sign autographs at the National Sports Collectors Convention.
Delays in the construction of a new casino have forced Hunt Auctions to postpone the spring Philly Show to a June weekend.
Rich Klein is stepping back into the wayback machine, recalling some of the first autograph guests, when even the biggest stars were dirt cheap.
The Boston Globe visits one of the country’s longest continually running shows.
Seldom does a piece of memorabilia become a card show’s star attraction, but this one comes with quite a story.
Collectors on the east coast know this show, still going and still raising money after 3 1/2 decades.
How one hobby business keeps growing despite uncertainties in the industry.
Bob Feller died Wednesday evening at age 92.
One of the year’s biggest events draws collectors from all over the world.