In the first of a two-part interview, NSCC Director Mike Berkus discusses the first show in 1980, sales for this year and the new case break pavilion.
There will be more than 90 athletes past and present who get paid for showing up and scribbling autographs but the real stars of the National Sports Collectors Convention are out on the main floor of the convention center; the hundreds of vendors traveling from across the U.S. and Canada bringing sports history for sale […]
It doesn’t seem possible but the bulk of this story was originally written five years ago, just prior to the 2008 show in Chicago. “The National” is back for another go-round starting Wednesday at the Stephens Convention Center so we thought we’d post it again and add a few more hints to help you […]
What keeps one long-time sports card business ticking.
Dozens of the most important football cards ever issued were sold over the weekend in Memory Lane’s first-ever all-football event.
Collector John Rogers has bought another major newspaper’s entire photo archive.
He’s no longer playing, but is that any reason for the 1986-87 Fleer card to trade at its current level?