From the first until the most recent, here’s a complete list of Super Bowl winners and information those who’ve had the most success in the NFL title game.
A link to a look at NBA All-Star programs, which offer two things collectors like: potential for growth, worldwide appeal and an element of scarcity.
Why was a baseball card collection supposedly worth ten grand left behind in a home while the owner moved out?
The Tom Coughlin auction of game-used Super Bowl items benefits the foundation of the Giants’ head coach.
The New York Giants celebrate their Super Bowl win by grabbing a Sharpie and we also get a look at the Golden State Warriors’ pile of swag.
Winning a second Super Bowl MVP can do wonders for your rookie cards–and deliver a nice price for eBay sellers.
The NFL and its publisher continue the long-running series of game day publications for the Super Bowl… and we’ve got a look at the first 10 game programs too.
Over 100 footballs will be used in the Super Bowl game on February 5, and to protect against possible counterfeiting every one of them will be “tagged” with a specially-prepared synthetic DNA ink that leaves an invisible-to-the-naked-eye security mark.
A game worn Tom Brady jersey has drawn some serious bidding in the Super Bowl auction.
Panini sponsors the card show and autograph session at the NFL Experience and they’re ready to hand out some newly minted football cards to those who attend.
Game used jerseys, the Baltimore Colts original charter, Super Bowl footballs and more are part of the upcoming Super Bowl 46 auction. We’ve got the when, where and what else.
A sports memorabilia dealer spotted Willie Gault’s stolen Super Bowl XX ring and now the man who was selling it is behind bars.
Bubba Smith was ready to sell, but the auction of some of his memorabilia comes just three months after his sudden death.
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.
They’re among the most expensive sports collectibles on the market–when they come to market. Championship rings are unique and for most who earned them, selling is never an option. Sometimes, though, they help turn gold into…well…gold.
Football is back and so, for the 56th year, are Topps football cards. Rich Klein tackles a fresh box.
Broadway Joe returns to Broadway, stopping in to chat with David Letterman on the Late Show about Super Bowl III, the circumstances behind his rookie card and he brings along Dave’s Topps football rookie.
Ray Guy’s rings are gone, but he’s got a little money to help dig himself out of debt.
Take some old asphalt, add a little spit and polish and you’ve got yourself a little slice of NASCAR memorabilia.