A collector in West Virginia has an unusual ceiling in his basement — one papered with hundreds of baseball cards.
Big sales, big inventory, big crowds…all part of the 2015 National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago. Notes and more inside.
Iraqi war veteran Brad Solomon, diagnosed with blood cancer, is selling off his baseball card collection to cover living expenses.
A preview of the typically quirky 2015 Topps Allen & Ginter, hitting store shelves now. The product is back for a tenth straight season.
A college professor from California is taking a cross-country tour to meet with players he pulled from a random pack of 1986 Topps baseball.
by Mike Stack Baseball cards have been printed for over 100 years. Millions have been produced but only a handful have gained iconic status. Which cards would make up a top ten list is subjective and depends on what criteria is used. But you’d have trouble arguing that there are some that should be on […]
Want an untapped source of superstar baseball cards? Look no further than the commons bin, where the game’s biggest names sometimes make cameo appearances on the cards of lesser lights.
Superstars, rookies, and lots of choices marked the explosion in retail boxed sets in the 1980s. Here is a brief rundown of the madness that ensued.
This is the kind of stuff you’re really hoping is inside that shiny wrapping paper, aren’t you?
Analyzing the post-War sets to which average collectors seem to gravitate. At least one may surprise you.
It’s probably the most popular decade for collectors. A list of the most valuable high grade baseball cards of the 50s includes a mix of data.
Here’s a phrase you may not have heard since the 1980s: Kansas City Royals memorabilia is popular again.
It’s back for another year. Topps Opening Day 2014 arrives and Rich Klein is digging into a product that’s not flashy–just fun.
Some prefer to handle their own mail but the Detroit Tigers have an MVP when it comes to helping with autograph requests.
The East Coast National got off to an interesting start Thursday night. Police say a 22-year-old Staten Island man stole $1,500 worth of baseball cards from a dealer’s table at the Westchester County Convention Center, knocked three men down when trying to escape in his car and was caught a short time later. Westchester County […]
A list of the coolest sports cards and collectibles that don’t all cost an arm and a leg.
The Say Hey Kid Turns 82 on Monday and we’ve got a list of five Willie Mays cards worth buying.
No Stephen Strasburg or Bryce Harper to await, but it’s full steam ahead for 2013 Bowman Platinum, which remains a relative newcomer.
Topps is reaching out to fans with a new partnership that turns its sports card licenses into the outer shell of a portable binoculars product called Fanoculars.
You’ve heard of Goudey cards but they have a contemporary that’s much harder to find but even more attractive. Meet the 1933 George C. Miller baseball set.