Dozens of vintage unopened boxes and packs and hundreds of autographed items are on the block in Collect Auctions’ new catalog.
A few tips on finding the best sports memorabilia on the market and how to make the right decision about what to buy and how to display it.
With an anniversary on the horizon, PSA/DNA will give away 12 months worth of autographed items.
Another group of still unopened 1970s cases and boxes are up for grabs at Collect Auctions.
The McKenneys have managed to collect signed baseballs from everyone who has worn the Tampa Bay Rays uniform since 1998–even those who weren’t there long enough for a cup of coffee.
They’re not big on designer labels or fancy dinners. For Susan Plymel and her husband Donald, putting discretionary income into their hobby is more fun.
The hunt is on for Red Sox 2013 World Series memorabilia and we’ve got a price sampling of some of the items that have been hitting the market.
Bob Knight’s signed book collection including one with a letter from Richard Nixon, autographed baseballs from some baseball icons and Muhammad Ali memorabilia are among the items in Steiner Sports’ current auction.
St. Petersburg, FL was once touted as Baseball City USA because of the hundreds of Major Leaguers and dozens of Hall of Famers who came to the city for Spring Training. Now some of those names are coming back home in the form of over 4,600 autographed baseballs. Schrader’s Little Cooperstown, what officials call “a […]
The family of a man who ran the Jefferson Hotel in St. Louis during the first part of the 20th century has consigned a group of rare autographed baseballs he collected to the upcoming Louisville Slugger Auction.
An interior decorating pro offers some ideas for showcasing your sports memorabilia collection and we get ten tips for building a meaningful display.
A Florida man is sentenced for a string of pawn shop ripoffs involving fake Babe Ruth autographed baseballs.
Among the items in a New York man’s sports memorabilia stash is a crazy collection of baseballs signed by world leaders…with interesting stories behind them.
Among the hottest targets for autograph seekers? Presidential candidates.
A delay in court proceedings involving two jersey dealers charged with fraud, a theft in Georgia, and a happy ending for some stolen stuff.
Topps is counting on hobby stores to help promote its 2012 Gold Rush promotion–whatever it may be.
JSA, Beckett and Balldome are all partners in a new venture to authenticate and encapsulate autographed baseballs.
A look inside the massive stash of autographed baseballs owned by Dennis Schrader, stored inside a room best described as a bunker.