A super scarce 1971-72 Bazooka hockey unused box with Bobby Orr on the back was at the National. Hear from the owner about what makes this one so unique.
Orr’s jersey from the game in Minnesota led the Lelands auction which also included autographs from the first Hall of Fame class and a Deflategate ball.
A ball used during the playoff game that resulted in sanctions against the New England Patriots joins Bobby Orr’s 1971 All-Star jersey and other items.
“Number Four Bobby Orr” may have been the biggest name of the decade, but the 1960s were chock full of superstar hockey rookie cards worthy of any vintage collection.
Consigned by his son Brett, the inaugural season Winnipeg jets gamer sold for more than a Bobby Orr jersey offered in the same auction.
Canada’s postal service has issued a series of stamps honoring some past NHL greats.
A Pennsylvania collector’s vintage post-War hockey card liquidation will put some top cards into circulation.
Rookie cards, test issues and more keep Bobby Orr cards high on the want lists of hockey card collectors.
We’re busting vintage again. This time a 1975-76 Topps hockey pack gets the video treatment.
With a lower print run, 2012-13 Upper Deck The Cup hockey cards return as the sport’s most eagerly anticipated high end product.
There have been only two bids, but that huge collection of signed baseball card sets is pacing the lineup in Collect Auctions’ latest event.
Vintage Sports Images has launched a new website and bulked up its eBay presence with a line of negatives and slides from games past.
The jersey worn by Bobby Orr in his only appearance on Canada’s national team has been consigned to auction by the family of the Czech player he traded it to after the deciding game. Expect a hefty price tag.
Seldom does a piece of memorabilia become a card show’s star attraction, but this one comes with quite a story.
Graded sets, a T206 Plank and a top end Shoeless Joe went for big bucks in the latest big catalog auction.
One of Bobby Orr’s rookie jerseys has quite a story to tell as it heads for auction.
Who wound up with the most famous hockey stick in Canada?
Here is this week’s trivia contest. Answer all 7 questions correctly and you’ll be entered into a random drawing for a sports card box from Blowout Cards. For the second straight week, our winner is Eric Schmid of Kansas. The answers to last week’s questions are below. Remember, you have to get each part of […]