A devoted Cubs fan and collector raises big money for those who need it by hosting events in ‘Club 400’, his basement shrine.
Iraqi war veteran Brad Solomon, diagnosed with blood cancer, is selling off his baseball card collection to cover living expenses.
He’s probably mourning a tough loss to the Packers Sunday, but there are plenty of positive past memories in Stoney Kersh’s Dallas Cowboys collection.
Our story on the premium prices for a certain 1964 Topps card led ESPN The Magazine’s Mina Kimes to a California man who’s crazy about Curt.
A 23-year-old recent college grad is all about vintage–especially cards of a certain Hall of Famer.
He’ll be at this year’s Super Bowl…and the Final Four…and the All-Star Game. John Roche goes with nothing and comes back with a bin load of stuff.
Chicago-based collector and pizza restaurant owner Joe Aurelio packed up a piece of his collection and headed to Vegas where he was picked to appear on Pawn Stars.
Rich Klein takes a brief foray into the 2011 Bowman Sterling football mini boxes, part of the collection of six inside each master box from Topps.
A sports collector in Canada turns his hobby into his business.
A moment in time that’ll warm the hearts of vintage card collectors, a profile of a Florida super fan and a California woman’s unique 9/11 fundraising project.
Topps is letting collectors vote on three new additions to the Diamond Die Cuts set.
Upper Deck’s upcoming Evolution football cards get some electronic love from a San Diego TV station.
Once they were probably considered little more than stinky old jerseys and trinkets. Not anymore.
One of only 20 gold medals given out to the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team is going on the block.
The Fox TV station in Washington tracks down the owner of the card causing a national media buzz.
They’re quirky, goofy and…well…often free. Bobbleheads are no beanie babies. It appears they’re here to stay.
Jack Smalling literally wrote the book on collecting baseball autographs through the mail.
Iowa collector Tom Owens writes to former players, but he’s not after autographs.
Collector Jeff Shepherd’s goal for 2010? Publish the ultimate scrapbook about the 125-year history of the Fleer Corporation.