The good old days of sports collecting were fun but Rich Klein says today’s collectors have it better in a lot of ways, too.
A list of the coolest sports cards and collectibles that don’t all cost an arm and a leg.
An interior decorating pro offers some ideas for showcasing your sports memorabilia collection and we get ten tips for building a meaningful display.
Busting a big box of 2011 Topps Triple Threads football.
Shaun Chaulk has the desire…and the means…and his Wayne Gretzky memorabilia collection is nothing short of phenomenal.
A collection featuring some of the earliest World Series programs has been consigned to the upcoming Louisville Slugger auction.
One of the Upper Midwest’s best collections is…above a restaurant in Aberdeen, South Dakota.
Collectors can get up close and personal with 21 of the best Mickey Mantle baseball cards on the planet, including one estimated to be worth more than $1 million at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago August 3-7.
Not every pair of game-worn pants is weird. Ballplayers ogle Keith Olbermann’s T206 Wagner and PSA launches a series of educational videos, starting with bats.
The man who owns one of the world’s best collections of baseball memorabilia is loaning last year’s purchase of Yogi Berra’s 1956 World Series perfect game jersey to the Berra Museum and Learning Center.
The corked bat used by Sammy Sosa in a game will join several other famous–and infamous–Chicago sports artifacts.
Marshall Fogel has one of the world’s best collections of baseball memorabilia. Now fans who come to Yankee Stadium can see some of his best items.
PSA will have some vintage, high grade Babe Ruth baseball cards on display at the National and also plans some publication giveaways.
The son of a man who donated a 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth card to the Ruth Museum in Baltimore now has a decision to make.
The ball that squirted past Bill Buckner and helped the Mets to the 1986 World Series title is still owned by the man who bought it from actor Charlie Sheen.
The collection of a Florida fan goes on display as he recounts tales of picking up some special items.
It’s part museum and part shrine, but collectors will appreciate the mountains of memorabilia inside the new Montreal Canadiens’ Hall of Fame.
Some big time pieces of history are on display at the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards.
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.
Joe Galiardi, a lifetime collector, has written a book about his favorite behind-the-scenes stories of tracking down celebrities for their autographs on golf balls. He claims to have one of the largest private autographed golf ball collections in the country.