Hobby Pioneer Goodwin Goldfaden Dies at 97

Buying, selling and trading since the 1920s, Goody Goldfaden was a legendary figure in the hobby, operating out of a dingy storefront in L.A.

Lou ‘The Toe’ Groza Football Memorabilia

Lou Groza’s son stops by the Antiques Roadshow to get an appraisal on some inherited items from the Hall of Famer’s career.

How Does Death Really Affect The Value of An Autograph?

Analyzing prices of recently deceased Hall of Famer autographs.

Retired Stars Cash in on Memorabilia Market

One of them reads about the prices attained by another and pretty soon, former NHL stars are lining up to sell off their stuff.

St. Louis Shop Owner Shot to Death

The owner of a long-time St. Louis sports card and comic shop, accused of statutory rape earlier this fall, is found murdered in a park.

Shops Bank on Cards’ Ongoing Allure

A writer rediscovers the simple thrill inside of a pack while checking in on the state of a Chicago sports card shop that recently lost its long-time owner.

Massive Boxing Collection Becomes College Hallmark

Hank Kaplan’s massive collection has turned Brooklyn College into a boxing mecca.

Dealer Display’s Ted Williams Death Request Letter

Ted Williams signed plenty of autographs but one New England dealer believes there’s a signature that should free his body from a cryogenics lab.

Club President’s Death Leaves Void

One of the country’s oldest sports collecting clubs has lost one of his founders, but his legacy is a model for the rest of us.