The photos span decades of history and chronicle the events, people and places that have shaped the sports world, each representing a unique moment in time.
A rare and historic piece of memorabilia is putting the focus on an underrated star.
What keeps one long-time sports card business ticking.
Author Dave Jamieson answers questions about his new book on the history of baseball cards–and those who had the biggest impact.
Why organizers are encouraged about the future of one of the nation’s oldest card shows.
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?
Some young veteran quarterbacks may be ready to make the leap to the next level of value when it comes to their rookie cards.
It’s a vintage set full of superstars, Hall of Famers and short prints–but 60 years after they came out of wax packs, the 1949 Leaf baseball cards are still a little confusing.
He’s been retired for awhile now, but Michael Jordan is still the king of hoops…and basketball memorabilia. One website is offering a unique Jordan experience including images of some of MJ’s most valuable and highest graded basketball cards.