A photo from the earliest days of Bart Starr’s NFL career emerges as the Packers prepare to welcome him back, perhaps for the final time.
More Aaron Rodgers autographs have been showing up on Fanatics’ website after an exclusive autograph deal with the Packers quarterback.
They remain among the NFL gold standard and competition for Aaron Rodgers cards is strong as he continues a Hall of Fame type career.
Our recent story about 15-year-old Jake Cohen, a blind collector from Colorado, reached his favorite player and last week, he got to meet Aaron Rodgers.
A new attitude had come to Green Bay in the summer of 1959. Vince Lombardi and his staff were about to turn the Packers into a dynasty.
An impressive collection of historic Green Bay Packers memorabilia including programs dating to the 1920s, is being sold by a local auction house.
He’s got a shrine to the Pack filled with great memorabilia that began with, of all things, a cheerleading baton.
Fifty-five years after Vince Lombardi arrived and helped turn him into an icon, Bart Starr cards remain among the most popular of all NFL Hall of Famers.
Clarke Hinkle is on the move in a key Western Conference showdown at a place best known for baseball.
A rare early image of an NFL legend before he turned pro is up for bid via RMY Auctions.
In 1938, Don Hutson was bound and determined to make sure a Packers fan in Delaware got those autographs he wanted.
After slipping from what most felt would be an early selection in the 2005 NFL draft, Aaron Rodgers suit saw a lot of TV time. It wound up at a Green Bay Goodwill store.
A collection of game-used and game-worn NFL items, many from the Green Bay Packers of the 1980s and 90s, will be up for bid starting this weekend.
Sellers couldn’t list them fast enough, and speculators and Packer fans couldn’t buy Matt Flynn rookie cards fast enough on Sunday, after a record-setting performance by a quarterback who stands to be one hot free agent.
eBay has been tracking what’s been selling this year. The volume will put any thoughts of the auction giant’s decline out of your head.
Topps names its annual All-Rookie squad while the unbeaten Packers are asking big bucks for a smattering of game worn jerseys.
Scoff if you must at the volatility of the new card market, but clearly there’s a bull market on Aaron Rodgers rookie cards that shows no sign of slowing down.
MEARS offers up some historic sports pieces in its latest auction–including the entire photo archive of a Florida newspaper.
Just over three months after the National, it’s time for major hobby dealers and some famous names to converge on suburban Chicago for another big show.