The 1961 Golden Press set came in an album with 33 detachable cards. Today, it’s one of the most affordable vintage baseball issues.
Spirited debate over the voting for the four greatest living players led us to look at rookie card values of the final selections–and those who were in the post-game discussions.
Memorabilia of Chicago icons and this 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle, are generating plenty of interest at Heritage Auctions’ Summer Platinum Night.
Stan the Man Inc., which has handled Stan Musial autographs for nearly 25 years, will close its doors and transfer what’s left to a St. Louis warehouse.
Ralph Kiner baseball cards reflect a lightning bolt career that led to Cooperstown–and cover more than just your standard Topps and Bowman.
Jim Smiley began with one. Now, his collection of autographs from 20th century Baseball Hall of Famers is almost complete.
Cardinals fans snapped up autograph tickets for the World Series champs’ upcoming appearance including David Freese autographs at $75.
What are the hottest products in sports card shops? Join us for the inaugural flight of What’s Hot in the Shop.
One of baseball’s most collector-oriented fan fests returns this weekend with Cardinals’ Winter Warm Up 2011.