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Earl Weaver Collection Too Hard to Divvy Up

There’s no sense arguing about it. Earl Weaver is selling off much of his baseball memorabilia for the same reason Robin Roberts’ family did. It’s just too hard to divide.

Feller Left Indelible Mark on Sports Memorabilia Hobby

Bob Feller died Wednesday evening at age 92.

Fred Kail Delivers Statues to Football Hall of Fame

His statues are a favorite with vintage football collectors and now Hall of Fame visitors will sample his work–past and present.

Basketball Hall of Fame Auction: $1.48 Million

Game-worn goods from some hoops Hall of Famers led the way in the annual auction at Springfield.

Baseball Hall of Fame, PSA in Sponsorship Deal

PSA is now a corporate sponsor at the Baseball Hall of Fame and will have a presence in Cooperstown.

LeBron vs MJ: No Contest in Memorabilia Market

Recent events may keep Michael Jordan atop the hoops collector’s list for the foreseeable future.

Topps in their Class: NFL’s Most Valuable #1 Draft Pick Cards

If you’re betting your football card investment dollars on the number one overall pick in Thursday night’s NFL draft, history says you’re losing money.

Mantle, Cobb Cards Among Auction Highlights

Cards and memorabilia spanning the entire 20th century–and then some–will pack the pages of Huggins & Scott’s next auction.

1986-87 Fleer Basketball Set More Than Just Jordan

It wasn’t a splash. More like a ripple. When Fleer announced plans to produce a nationally distributed basketball card set in 1986, it didn’t create massive shock waves in the hobby. Basketball was alive thanks to Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and, of course, Jordan. But its cards were still playing third fiddle to baseball and […]