An ode to the rookie cards of college basketball legends from the pre-dunk, pre-three point era.
Rich Klein is stepping back into the wayback machine, recalling some of the first autograph guests, when even the biggest stars were dirt cheap.
Rich Klein catches up with an old friend who remembers a couple of the hobby’s wheeler-dealers who used to frequent the Philly show floor–and more.
A new website offers the skinny on collecting various types of championship rings.
Rosenblatt Stadium was sold piece by piece last weekend. Now, a deal has been reached to sell the ballpark’s seats.
Upper Deck hopes its mix of early autographed rookie cards and the new Evolution video trading cards offsets the lack of an NFL license.
Upper Deck’s latest college trading card project is a newly-released set featuring North Carolina greats.
John Kuhn is now signing autographs just a few years after he was getting them.
A vintage Team USA jersey worn by a man who’d help us make hockey history has emerged.
22 years after another hyped teenager proved worthy, Bryce Harper is about to come to a baseball card box near you.
The Big O has a big beef with the NCAA over the use of his picture on trading cards and other products.
She was once a sixth grader in his class–an at risk student in a rough school. Now, thanks to his willingness to part with some prize autographs, she’s on her way toward medical school.
Once they were probably considered little more than stinky old jerseys and trinkets. Not anymore.
The fourth pick in the draft picks up some extra cash from Panini.
Rookie QB Colt McCoy talks football cards, autographs and other stuff.
State law may be getting between the University of Alabama’s deal to sell turf and other items from Bryant-Denny Stadium to Steiner Sports.
Want a sure seller? Snatch up some of the best Texas-themed football cards of the past 15 years.
Less than a month after his name was called, Tim Tebow’s first football card will show up in Panini’s first 2010 football product.
Thought to be the world’s most expansive boxing collection, a $3 million stash is going to be preserved thanks to a newly minted grant.
Somehow it never wound up in anyone else’s collection. And thanks to cops in Minnesota, it never will.