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Just how many signed copies of the 2005 Upper Deck Rookie Premiere Aaron Rodgers are floating around out there? Then there’s the ones with the sticker…
Panini has Jeremy Lin Knicks cards ready for the launch of its first 2012 basketball card product.
Jerry Milburn’s quest is to put sports cards into the hands of needy youngsters through his Commons for Kids program.
Two men are in jail after calling a Florida dentist and trying to extort a ransom for his stolen signed baseballs.
Somewhere his former patient, George Steinbrenner, is smiling.
The Red Sox will go all out for the Fenway Park 100th anniversary celebration, with ballpark artifacts playing a big role.
A multi-million dollar west coast collection of rare sports cards and historic sports memorabilia will be sold in the open market over the next couple of years.
The NFL Experience sets up shop in Indianapolis prior to Super Bowl XLVI, with more than four dozen autograph guests and a card show again part of the party.
More than 43 years after his last game, Mickey Mantle is still a smoking hot search on eBay. We’ve got the latest, most interesting sales figures and some info on the best time to buy…and sell.
A look at some of the sights at this year’s NSCC show after the doors opened Wednesday afternoon.
He may not be everyone’s favorite, but LeBron James is tight with Upper Deck and now the company is giving away some game-used kicks in a very time sensitive contest.
A card collector in Florida says he’s out his cards–and most of his money–because of a famous fitness guru’s fight against his former accountant.
Topps has appointed Doug Kruep as Vice President and General Manager, U.S. Sports & Entertainment, effective immediately.
Authorities catch up to a burglary suspect trying to peddle rookie cards of the embattled Vikings quarterback. He’s already guilty of not striking while the iron is hot.
Collectors of 19th century baseball memorabilia–and fans of all types–may soon learn more about baseball’s beginnings.
Even big leaguers splurge on baseball cards.
Pasco County, Florida sheriff’s detectives say they found a machine used to create bogus autographs… and they’ve got a list of unhappy buyers.
A 2010 Topps Tribute Legendary Lineups cut signature card pulled from an auction earlier this month, has gotten a second positive authentication and will go back up on the auction block today.
Is Santa putting authenticity in your stocking? PSA/DNA’s been keeping track of which nice autographs are commonly found to be naughty.
The owner of a long-time St. Louis sports card and comic shop, accused of statutory rape earlier this fall, is found murdered in a park.
Chad and Doug Dreier of the Dreier Group paid $1.19 million for the five items.
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