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NSCC Will Have Case Breaking Pavilion

2009 National I-X Center Cleveland

Case breakers will have a centralized place to call home at the 2014 NSCC.

Lou ‘The Toe’ Groza Football Memorabilia

Lou Groza

Lou Groza’s son stops by the Antiques Roadshow to get an appraisal on some inherited items from the Hall of Famer’s career.

Signed NBA Collage Will Aid Retired Players

We Made This Game

A framed display featuring the autographs and images of sixty NBA legends is being sold to benefit former players in need of financial help.

James Has Been Big Business in Cleveland

LeBron James autogfraphed card

LeBron James has kept Cleveland dealers busy selling cards and autographs.

Early Ruth, Keeler Memorabilia Highlight Next SCP Auction

1933 Goudey Nap Lajoie

Wee Willie Keeler’s diary, game-used bats from early 20th century legends and other vintage memorabilia and cards will be up for bid.

1970s Baseball Cards Define a Decade

Ten of the most ‘pleasingly hideous’ baseball cards from the under appreciated decade of the 1970s.

Blog: Bob Feller Talks Baseball, Memorabilia

A chat with Bob Feller…and a special event for Cardinals fans raises money for a good cause.

Vintage Sports Cards Focus of Ohio Show

Next month’s 3-day sports card show near Cleveland will focus on the vintage angle.

Radio host, collector dies suddenly

Geoff Sindelar

Long-time collector Geoff Sindelar, a sports talk host in Cleveland, died suddenly last week.

Alex Rodriguez 500th Home Run Ball Sold for $103,579

Bidders showed no hesitation in chasing the ball that put ARod in a club with less than two dozen members.

Rare Vintage Baseball Card Find

It sat undisturbed inside the wall of a house in Pennsylvania for over a century. Now, a previously unknown 1893 Just So Tobacco card of Hall of Famer Buck Ewing is about to hit the auction block.

Baseball Cards Investment Beating Stocks

T206 Zach Wheat

High quality collectibles have been kicking your stock portfolio’s backside.

National Show Brings Crowds to Cleveland

There wasn’t any fighting to gain space at dealer tables. No word of any gigantic, historic walk-in item. Still, the 2009 National Sports Collectors Convention seemed to get off to a good start on its first full day. A fairly steady crowd showed up late in the morning and continued until the 6 PM close. […]

T206 Wagner Card Sold for $925,000

A very good condition T206 Wagner is leaving one private collector for another at a price that establishes another new benchmark.