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The Jeremy Lin NBA story is driving fans wild and retailers are putting fresh material up within minutes of his latest heroics. He could help drive basketball card sales worldwide.
A columnist’s view of the Sports Museum of Los Angeles, stolen autographs, some final game hypothesis, our new smartphone apps and a Twitter milestone.
Looking to collect every memorabilia card ever made? You’ll need a mighty big checklist. But recent developments make one wonder about the origin of some.
A delay in court proceedings involving two jersey dealers charged with fraud, a theft in Georgia, and a happy ending for some stolen stuff.
Big money for Dr. J’s All-Star rings and ’83 All Star jersey, a file cabinet full of Topps boxes found at Walmart and we need your 1970 Topps input.
Upper Deck says it has sold the shoes LeBron James wore in his first game back in Cleveland as a member of the Miami Heat. The game took place nearly a year ago and Upper Deck had James sign them. They were offered as part of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Suite One-of-One program where super high-end […]
Editor’s Blog: DiMaggio Jersey Sells for $250K+, Kid Gets Forked Over Mantle Card, Beckett Graded Card Guide Coming
A late 1940s Joe DiMaggio jersey sells at auction, while one kid stabs another with a kitchen utensil over a Mickey Mantle card and Beckett is preparing a new price guide.
So what really happened to the faux game jerseys federal agents say were sold to at least one card company? We’ve also got a quick note about two Thanksgiving weekend shows and some special deals you might want to check out.
It’s penny auction listing day at eBay…we’ve got a free plus for your Black Friday events and a look at an old Topps cello pack.
One of Lou Gehrig’s last bats is off to a strong start at auction while modern day Yankee memorabilia goes on the block and Jerry Sandusky’s ring goes up on eBay…briefly.
Wanna buy the Baltimore Colts’ original NFL charter? Topps adds more diamonds to the Diamond Giveaway and a ’50s kid’s card collection.
This edition of the Editor’s Blog has a big sale to report, a report on fake unopened packs, a look at a cool old box and more.
A moment in time that’ll warm the hearts of vintage card collectors, a profile of a Florida super fan and a California woman’s unique 9/11 fundraising project.
A follow up on the story of the health care company worker accused of stealing big bucks from her employer and buying a lot of cards; buy my house and you can have my cards and some tips for shop owner wannabes.
Topps product updates and a NorCal burglary nets baseball cards and a baseball signed by (we think) a Hall of Famer.
Day one of the hobby’s 32nd annual national gathering.
An undiscovered error, more on Barry Halper and other auction notes in today’s Editor’s Blog.
Barry Halper’s son responds to criticism leveled at his father’s collection while we round the bases with a collection of stories to get you through the weekend.
A new classified ad website debuts, Moe Drabowsky’s memorabilia is consigned to auction and the latest on the family feud over a huge collection of valuable autographed baseballs.