Big sales, big inventory, big crowds…all part of the 2015 National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago. Notes and more inside.
Some tips for having a fun and productive time at the National Sports Collectors Convention.
A look at what feels right–and what needs attention as a new sports collecting year begins.
Rich K says sometimes it’s understandable why collectors get frustrated with show dealers.
Those who use the PSA Set Registry can now sell their cards directly on Collectors Corner.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch features Pat Neshek, card collecting reliever for the Cards.
In the 1970s, you rarely heard the team. Now, vintage rookie cards drive the market. What’s the psychology behind the collection?
A future Hall of Famer suiting up for a team for five days before being traded again? Two guys who collect Mike Piazza Marlins cards know their collections are a little unusual.
It’s not ready for sports collectors yet and the whole concept is still in beta testing, but eBay is launching something called Setify, which it says can be used to create and share collections online. It’s the latest in a string of moves this year aimed at reaching out to collectors, including the current free […]
Collectors who want to track down athletes and celebrities for autographs had best come prepared. We’ve got tips from a veteran collector.
Some collectors at this weekend’s All-American Sports Collectors Show walked away with some well-loved, but still valuable door prizes as the three-day event tried to stake its claim as a yearly event.
Players might be able to write you a note explaining why they’re giving autographs a bad name…but you wouldn’t be able to read it.
It’s a chance to get some autographs from past and present stars and roam the aisles looking for goodies at the TriStar Houston collectors show.
We’ve got the show hours, what one auction company is bringing to whet your appetite for fall and Panini details its wrapper redemption program.
A strong rookie class and better odds of pulling one of their cards have resulted in solid sales of 2010 football cards.
He has more rookie cards than minutes played so far this season, but Tim Tebow has still driven sales in his two home areas.
Many know they could be out of The Show at any time so they make sure to score keepsakes from their colleagues.