Topps aims to help retailers make money while Leaf is creating a special giveaway for attendees.
Three sports memorabilia dealers pleaded guilty in federal court to selling jerseys that weren’t what they were represented to be…but it’s clear the investigation into the industry isn’t over.
A rare century-old Ty Cobb brand tobacco tin is going back on the auction block after a short dalliance with eBay.
Six sports memorabilia dealers are accused in similar but separate fraud schemes involving jerseys FBI agents say weren’t game worn.
A new deal involving Joe DiMaggio’s estate will bring new products to the marketplace…but not all will be sports memorabilia-related.
The bits and pieces of the Pittsburgh Penguins former life inside “The Igloo” found plenty of buyers.
Rescued from a box of 1960s Packers hand-me-downs, a kicking shoe belonging to one of the team’s all-time greats now has a more hallowed place.
“Own it Now” offers fixed price/best offer opportunities for those who’d rather not risk selling high end items via auction.
With higher grade examples all residing in private collections, the only PSA 8.5 will have plenty of fans this weekend.
Two Georgia women have owned and operated a store for 20 years.
The parent company of PSA and PSA/DNA is setting up shop in Europe to serve its coin customers–and create new ones.
With a low stock price and some new deals in place, one writer says the parent company of some sports memorabilia distributors is poised to grow.
The parent company of Mounted Memories is taking its autographs and fan gear to the peacock network’s sports website.
Autograph dealer Mounted Memories is now part of DREAMS Inc’s marketing agreement with the NBA.
A Colorado man and his son built a large collection of sports cards and memorabilia. Now, it’s all being sold to help young people stay on the right path.
Publicly-traded purveyor of sports memorabilia and fan products Dreams, Inc. is hoping to battle its way out of the loss column.