Panini’s HRX video trading cards debuted in basketball, but they’ll be hitting boxes of Totally Certified football later this season.
2011 Topps Marquee morphs into 2012 Topps Museum Collection. A sneak peek at one of next year’s early season products.
A look at an important collection of pro hockey All-Star jerseys owned by In The Game’s Brian Price.
Bidding begins today for a collection of 17 years worth of autographed Topps baseball cards.
He was a great baseball player. A terrific pilot who served his country more than once. A great fisherman, too.
Ted Williams was also a bit of a scoundrel.
Letters penned by the Hall of Famer in the early 50s are out in the open and going up for bid, including one that references a letter intercepted by the Mrs.
Super collector Gary Cypres, the man whose sports memorabilia collection is housed in his own personal museum, gives us a look in preparation for a fundraising event.
You don’t have to be a fan of the team to appreciate the history behind David Kohler’s Lakers collection. Get a video tour of the shrine.
A group of rare vintage Cuban baseball cards from the collection of Richard Merkin are among the items up for bid.
A look inside the massive stash of autographed baseballs owned by Dennis Schrader, stored inside a room best described as a bunker.
Shaun Chaulk has the desire…and the means…and his Wayne Gretzky memorabilia collection is nothing short of phenomenal.
The ball hit by Mookie Wilson that got past Bill Buckner to cap a comeback in game 6 of the 1986 World Series is going on the auction block.
They’re among the most expensive sports collectibles on the market–when they come to market. Championship rings are unique and for most who earned them, selling is never an option. Sometimes, though, they help turn gold into…well…gold.
Horace Grant has donated six pairs of 1991 Chicago Bulls signed sneakers for an auction to benefit his daughters’ school.
His hobby was the Hawkeyes…and Howard Venden has a huge collection to prove it. Now, it’s all being sold.
Historic items from the career of Ted Williams, including several of his major awards, will be offered at a live auction. Many of the items will be featured on a national tour set to begin later this month.
Panini Threads goes horizontal for its 2011 football issue. We get a look at what the hobby boxes offer while opening the less expensive blaster.
Charles Conlon’s original photos and some works of art replicating five of the best will be on display at an invitation-only party in New York. Panini settles it’s lawsuit with Art of the Game and is that a stolen Al Reach photo on eBay?
Activity in the sports category is sparse at the moment, but Coollectors.com is hoping its free options lead to an increase in buying, selling, trading and just keeping track of your stuff online.
Ken Kendrick does more than operate a major league franchise–he operates a major league card collection too.