After a photo tease last week, Topps has released information about its upcoming resurrection of the Archives set. Chris Harris has the lowdown.
Topps All-Time Fan Favorites autographs will return for the first time in seven years, this time as an insert in the resurrected Topps Archives set. Those from the last decade are still showing market strength.
The Babe is dressed in spiffy Lee overalls on one advertising piece that’s part of MnM Sportscards’ upcoming September auction.
In the Game puts the focus on the 1980s with its hits-only hockey product.
A vintage Team USA jersey worn by a man who’d help us make hockey history has emerged.
In The Game’s upcoming card set is all 80s all the time.
You knew Pete Sampras won a lot of tournaments. So many he needed a pair of storage units to house all of his awards. Now, most are gone.
Brandon Steiner was no rich kid. That didn’t stop the Brooklyn native from building one of the most recognizable brands in the sports memorabilia business.
George Mikan’s surviving family members are using a west coast jewelry shop to sell off some of the Basketball Hall of Famer’s memorabilia on eBay.
The latest edition of the popular Jewish Major Leaguers series that began in 2005 will be the last…at least for awhile.
How much of a drag were baseball cards on Major League Baseball’s licensing profitability over the last decade? Let’s just say it’s OK to yell "we’re number one".
Old unopened packs and cases are enticing–even if the contents don’t always match the price.