Collectors and dealers from all over the northeast have been coming to the monthly Albany sports card show for parts of five decades.
A couple of major issues and some eclectic cards make 1922 stand out as a year that attracts buyers–and sellers.
Steve Phillips covers Texas like a blanket for Huggins & Scott Auctions.
The large collection of autographed baseballs pieced together by a late former member of the White Sox board of directors has become the subject of court proceedings and protective orders.
A memorabilia-packed museum and shop dedicated to the old Philadelphia A’s has been running for 15 years but support has dwindled.
CMG, the Indianapolis-based marketing powerhouse, has entered into a licensing partnership with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and a number of Baseball Hall of Famers. CMG will pursue opportunities to license the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Marks and the participating member marks in the Hall of Fame Member Licensing Program. […]
The allure of Mickey Mantle baseball cards can sometimes help solve crimes.