A new 160-page book tells the NHL’s story through its jerseys.
Some high-grade 1970s baseball cards draw major bids; Mike Bossy gets his 50 goal puck back after 27 years and the FBI and government attorneys visit Arkansas.
Jon Waldman writes about collecting hockey cards, memorabilia and more in a new book that includes memories and memorabilia from NHL greats.
Memorabilia from the late Herb Brooks, coach of the 1980 ‘Miracle on Ice’ Olympic hockey team and a former player himself, is up for bid this month.
The Moffatt Stick, hewn in the 1830s in Nova Scotia and meticulously researched, will go on public display–but not for a while.
Dozens of items from the collection of Brett Hull, including game jerseys, sticks and milestone pucks are on the auction block.
The NHL’s labor trouble won’t keep a good collector down. A newly launched website is zeroed in on vintage hockey cards.
From autograph deals to pricey memorabilia from 40 years ago, the Summit Series remains red hot.
Hockey great Phil Esposito is putting his personal collection of memorabilia on the auction block. The Hall of Famer has consigned dozens of pieces including game used equipment, awards, rings, autographs, artwork and even a 39-year-old leg cast from a much talked about injury he suffered during the playoffs. Legendary Auctions will feature the Esposito […]
From low end to high end, Milt Byron, a retired police detective, has been buying and selling game-worn hockey memorabilia for parts of four decades.
A collection of…unusual…stories from the wide world of sports memorabilia.
The puck that made Wayne Gretzky the NHL’s all-time scoring leader was tucked away for years until the man who originally safeguarded it, brought it to market.
Classic Auctions may not be that well known to American collectors who focus on ball sports, but they’re a major player in the marketplace.
Just over the U.S. border, collectors in one small community are all about hockey.