A look at what feels right–and what needs attention as a new sports collecting year begins.
Analyzing the post-War sets to which average collectors seem to gravitate. At least one may surprise you.
Collectors of American sports cards–especially basketball–are a dedicated lot in the Land Down Under, chasing the same cards with a similar passion, despite a few hurdles.
The find of the rarest card from football card collecting’s rarest vintage issue is putting the focus back on the 1894 May’s football set.
Among the hottest targets for autograph seekers? Presidential candidates.
In the Game’s latest hockey card product, “Canada vs The World” packs a big game punch.
John Makowiec is doing big things with his extra sports cards. He’s hoping others will join him in the effort.
In the Game puts the focus on the 1980s with its hits-only hockey product.
Andy Jurinko, whose brilliant baseball art appeared in calendars and books, died last month of cancer. His work is remembered in a special feature in the New York Times.
A group of rare century-old tobacco cards featuring minor leaguers has entered the market for the first time.
Hall of Famer John Elway shares some youthful memories with ESPN.com.
The NFL may capture our interest more, but baseball is still king of the collecting market.
Gerry Downs has lived all over eastern Canada, carrying decades worth of cards, autographs and anything else hockey-related with him.
Panini’s spokesman is hoping to turn kids into the collector that he once was.
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