Remembering Mitchell Page, pictures from the Sun-Times Show and an online retailer offers an NCAA Tournament contest. Bracket ready?
There will be no trial in Ketap vs. Forman and some Aaron Rodgers autographs disappear into thin air.
Some legal briefs involving a box cutter and ICE.
Does a strong interest in sports cards lead to a better education and potentially a higher standard of living?
More hobby tidbits to snack on including a historic baseball document, Carmelo and some card company talk.
Something old…something new.
He’s had a few well-chronicled issues in recent months, but actor Charlie Sheen is fired up about getting back to work–and still loves baseball memorabilia. The star of Major League and now, CBS’ Two and a Half Men, settled in for a half hour conversation with Dan Patrick Monday. They talked about a lot of […]
A trio of quick hits as we head for Super Bowl weekend including an autograph dispute, a big consignment and more raids by federal agencies.
The FBI is investigating…but not what you think. Cops catch a card crook and more.
A shop owner helps nab a suspected card thief, a mini show report from the Midwest and a look at Panini’s pricey new football cards.
A news note, a thank you and a couple of ways to stretch your sports collecting buck.
Our Christmas gift to you…a little trip in the time machine.
It’s a holiday weekend, but we’ve got a few tidbits to toss at you.
Big auction dollars, props to a shop and good ol’ Virgil comes through.
Cleveland’s finest auction some hot cards…and buy yourself a Christmas gift you can feel good about.
Some interesting video and a little information on the AFL’s upcoming auction featuring game-used and game-worn items from the unofficial pro debuts of some youngsters, including Bryce Harper. Plus..take a peek behind the Beckett curtain and a Fox affiliate chats with teenage dealer/collector John Schenk.
Another option for buying/selling your stuff.
Some more never-before-seen items pieces of baseball history are now in the hands of collectors.
The player driving sales of new baseball cards is likely out until 2012. Now what?