One major leaguer talks about why penmanship in autographs has gone down the tubes.
What may be one of the year’s only basketball card products has made getting a Michael Jordan autograph a more attainable proposition.
Is 2011 Topps Gridiron Legends true to its name? A football card set with former greats or something a little more modern?
Big crowds turned out for a public autograph session last spring. Now, Tim Tebow is the Broncos’ starter and he’s still a hot autograph commodity for a Florida dealer.
PSA is celebrating the opening of its new New Jersey office.
Some big name autograph guests, many from Baltimore’s legendary sports history, will join the sports card dealers at the Charm City 2 show in Maryland this weekend.
You’ll see more of the late, great Roberto Clemente inside Topps’ 2012 products.
What collectors now take for granted was revolutionary when this brand hit the shelves. 2011 Topps Finest football is distributed differently these days.
Panini’s 2011 Threads football product is back with Autographed Rookie Class Nameplates and Pro Gridiron Kings insert cards.
Rich Klein fishes for prospect autos in his box of 2011 Bowman Platinum.
Topps offers a preview and some ordering info for one of its higher-end football products, set to release late in the season.
Topps will hand out autographed cards from the U.S. college national team to collectors who find a redemption card in 2011 Bowman Platinum.
A look at the 2011 Topps Allen & Ginter baseball via the retail blaster box.
He tries, but there’s no way Bryce Harper can please the number of fans, collectors…and dealers…looking for a free autograph.
It’s taken almost 25 years but Rocke Sweaney, who lives in the shadows of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, has an autograph from nearly every member.
Ouch. An investigative reporter confronts a dealer over some photocopied autographs.
Upper Deck returns to the National Sports Collectors Convention with wrapper redemptions and some special autographed items randomly given away.
Perseverance paid off for Panini as future Hall of Famer Charles Woodson finally agrees to sign cards for the company’s products.
You knew this was coming.
A collector from Texas picks the right day to go to the card shop.