A Texas man’s Mickey Mantle collection is being sold through MEARS via three different auctions, one of which is just underway.
It’s legal eagles week in the trading card business. Leaf is now fighting back against the lawsuit by Panini over some unattached Kevin Durant autographs
A rare original and complete 1927 New York Yankees uniform, worn by infielder Ray Morehart, has been consigned to a 2012 auction.
One generation’s baseball hero has finally signed something for Topps–a contract that will guarantee Ken Griffey Jr. autographs in Topps products.
Big crowds turned out for a public autograph session last spring. Now, Tim Tebow is the Broncos’ starter and he’s still a hot autograph commodity for a Florida dealer.
In the latest round of never ending legal battles, Upper Deck International is now suing its US-based subsidiary and CEO after losing what it claims are millions of dollars and laying off dozens because of counterfeit gaming cards.
A southern California memorabilia company is fighting back against a Panini lawsuit that claimed they were out of bounds selling Kobe Bryant autographs.
All that talk about Albert Pujols having a “down year”? Pretty much gone after two huge homers. With about ten more years left in his career, he could be a steal–even at today’s prices.
Martin Jacobs went from Candlestick Park vendor to the sole distributor of a red hot Willie Mays poster back in the 1960s. It’s an experience he’ll never forget…and you might be surprised at what it’s bringing these days.
Topps marks the ten-year anniversary of the first Albert Pujols cards with a giveaway.
There’s no glut of Mark Sanchez autographs on the market and it seems like that’s how he likes it.
Hank Aaron will wield a Sharpie for Topps’ upcoming 2011 baseball card inserts.
J.O. SportsCo has signed Michael Vick to a game-used equipment and autograph contract.
The graphic artists at Topps went to work creating fresh cards of the two newest Red Sox to be inserted into 2011 packs.
Cleveland is out and the National Sports Collectors Convention will return to Baltimore in 2012.
A group of 35 original player contracts spanning virtually the entire history of pro baseball, are headed for auction.
Not only will Panini put autographed cards of the NBA’s top draft pick in its basketball products, the company has also won the rights to sell his jerseys, shoes and more.
From the lockerroom to the auction block, the Lakers and Celtics jerseys are drawing bids.
Man (or at least card companies) can’t live on baseball alone.
The Minnesota Vikings are one team that signed a deal to sell its game-worn jerseys to a single, private company.