Hoping to create a museum-like display when US Bank Stadium opens next year, the Minnesota Vikings are looking for donations of rare memorabilia.
Reggie Jackson’s potty-mouthed tirade at an autograph seeker is just part of the crazy scene induction weekend in Cooperstown can sometimes be.
A family trip to Cooperstown? Sounds like heaven… and it was for a 10-year-old back in 1970, who got some very special autograph collecting help.
Hopefully making the big leagues took some of the sting out of being born on what was already the biggest gift-giving day of all.
A stamp club’s 1939 project resulted in a valuable first day cover with autographs from the first Baseball Hall of Fame induction.
You’ll have to go back 45 years to find a Bobby Cox rookie card. Now, his Hall of Fame managing credentials have added another pricey star to the Topps set.
Every kid wanted a Frank Thomas rookie card when the hobby exploded in the early 1990s. His Hall of Fame induction is sort of a landmark.
2013 Panini Cooperstown marks the second year of the product. It got a new look this year but is it a better value for collectors?
He’s caught more passes than anyone except Jerry Rice so why don’t Tony Gonzalez rookie cards sell for more? See the list of those being watched on eBay.
Some of the game’s all-time greats and their rookie cards are at the heart of a new website. Vintage Graded Football cards offers price info and more.
Sports collectors visiting Las Vegas may have a new destination to check out. The new SCORE! inside the Luxor Hotel is memorabilia and interactive exhibits all in one. The late Jock Smith’s game-worn jersey collection is a centerpiece.
A rookie card, relic and autograph of five guys heading for Cooperstown won’t set you back more than $100.
A generous sprinkling of autographs featuring some well known players from the past has Upper Deck College Football Legends selling well.
Don’t plan on buying no-hit Roy’s jersey at auction, but one lucky fan snared a nice souvenir courtesy of Carlos Ruiz.
Tucked in the deep recesses of the hobby are some strange cards that somehow made their way to print.