In less than two years, Burbank Sportscards has pushed two million items to its eBay store while Shaq signs an autograph deal with UDA.
Rich Klein answers an email about one of his recent columns that dealt with dealers and card shops finding ways to succeed.
A sports collector in Canada turns his hobby into his business.
Lloyd Kee of GTS discusses distribution policies by Panini and Upper Deck–among other things.
Panini made a late move to try and drum up business for hobby shop owners. Did it work? Depends on who you ask.
Whether he’s shooting for team publications, hockey cards or national media outlets, Graig Abel has plenty of stories to tell.
Rich Klein catches up with an old friend who remembers a couple of the hobby’s wheeler-dealers who used to frequent the Philly show floor–and more.
Selling part of his collection turned into a full-time venture for the owner of a Savage, Minn., baseball card shop.
The producers of Pawn Stars are creating a new show around sports memorabilia, set inside a Baltimore shop. They’re looking for people to bring in items they’re interested in selling to be part of the series.
Kobe Bryant puts his John Hancock on some Panini prizes.
Whether you run multi-million dollar auctions or sell cards out of your basement, the National Sports Collectors Convention will offer you a chance to set up a booth… if you can handle the expense.
Topps continues its aggressive push toward branding itself in the digital age.
Blowout Cards has answered Upper Deck’s court papers with a lawsuit of its own, alleging violations of federal anti-trust laws.
The dispute between Panini, Kobe Bryant and Art of The Game has Bryant claiming he never knew he was signing for the LA-based group. But…could a settlement be in the works?
How can the 19th largest city in America not have even one baseball card shop? That’s what one long-time dealer couldn’t stand.
An online dealer is proving there’s a big market for modern era football cards.
Positive cash flow for Collector’s Universe, an update on the card shop fire in Ohio and also on a stack of letters written by a youthful George Steinbrenner. Oh…and is Charlie Sheen getting ready to sell some of his vintage sports memorabilia?
Upper Deck defends its decision to shun internet-only retailers while one of the giants punches back.
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When you return something to Stan the Man Inc., you might just get to meet the Man himself.