eBay’s new preview pane lets you see large photos, and key item and purchase details directly on search results pages.
The 1-10 scale that’s become such a huge part of sports card grading is a little harder to analyze in the world of autographs.
Topps’ latest retro salute involves some baseball card archaeology.
What are the new eBay changes all about?
A dream vintage baseball card discovery dating from the era of Shoeless Joe, a young Babe Ruth and ballplaying Jim Thorpe goes up for sale.
You’ll be able to list more stuff for free–but if you pad your shipping fees, you’ll pay more.
eBay hopes a little less logging in will keep you buying and selling longer.
If you’ve been thinking about making a purchase or six on eBay, today might be the day. The auction giant is also offering another deal until the end of the month if you’re in the selling mode.
One Maryland collector earns points with the wife after making a big score in a box of Historic Autographs’ latest product.
A former card show promoter and the owner of Sports Treasures, a chain of retail outlets in the LA area, failed to report over $3 million in income according to the U.S. government.
A special pen can help you get rid of a signature you’d rather not have adorning that photo or baseball card.
Sandy Koufax autograph cards will be in 2011 Topps products after the Hall of Famer put his name on a Topps’ contract.
Topps has signed up the majority of this year’s Major League Baseball draft picks to sign for Draft Picks and Prospects.
How do those big sheets of trading cards become boxes of packs? Take a look.
Wood grain borders are back in style next year on 2011 Topps Heritage
Selling expensive sports cards can be a risk…but one dealer’s long-running partnership with eBay offers a guaranteed price and no back-end selling fees.
A low grade ‘holy grail’ is up on eBay…and this one is real.
Personal letters from a college-age George Steinbrenner to a girl he was fond of are being offered by the recipient and her family.
Topps offers a one-card sneak peek at its 2011 baseball issue.