James Spence Authentication has made an investment in card grading firm SGC, while personnel moves are also happening.
San Francisco Giants fans are making it a happy holiday season indeed for sports card shops in the area.
Voting is over and Topps begins its countdown of their all-time top 60 baseball cards while one writer swings wildly at us.
The man convicted of a Super Bowl ticket-fake game jersey scheme reveals a little more about what happened to the “memorabilia”.
Sentencing has been continued for a Pennsylvania dealer found guilty of deceptive business practices and theft by deception.
A South Carolina shop owner takes care of his younger patrons while making use of his newfound time.
What keeps one long-time sports card business ticking.
by Ryan Friedman It’s one of the longest-running and largest shows in the hobby and this past weekend at the Chicago Sun-Times Convention, many of the biggest dealers and auction houses in the industry were once again on hand for the three-day run at the Stephens Convention Center. While the overall attendance at the show [...]
It’s known for producing what may be the grandfather of all baseball cards but Peck & Snyder Sporting Goods was more than that.
eBay thinks you’ll benefit from a series of special interactive seminars aimed at teaching sellers how to boost sales.
Building your business, finding collections or locating new revenue sources ain’t what it used to be.
Collector Jeff Shepherd’s goal for 2010? Publish the ultimate scrapbook about the 125-year history of the Fleer Corporation.