It may be one of the quieter elements of the hobby, but there are plenty of collectors in the hunt for a variety of championship rings…and plenty of sellers putting their hard-earned bling on eBay.
The Uni Watch blog detours into the fascinating arena of rare and valuable title bling.
The wild man who sold sports cards to the masses at 3 a.m. on cable TV is back in the game.
A Florida woman didn’t think that old baseball with the Babe’s signature was worth taking to a local appraisal fair.
Embossed, thick cards served up in a velvet tray? Topps will offer its super premium Five Star product after the 2010 season comes to a close.
Kimberley Williams claimed her ex-husband was responsible for the theft of some vintage baseball memorabilia. A jury wasn’t buying it.
George Mikan’s surviving family members are using a west coast jewelry shop to sell off some of the Basketball Hall of Famer’s memorabilia on eBay.
They may not have known they were there, but burglars made off with some nice, old baseball cards in Dawgs country.
A look at the diamonds on the diamond as the Yankees show off their 2009 ice.
While Bernie and Ruth Madoff’s jewelry and furs will get most of the attention, Saturday’s US Marshal’s sale also includes some nice hockey cards, an MJ rookie and some autographed footballs.
A near-lifelong sports card collection is gone in minutes.
Authentication has now spread to the pricey world of sports championship rings and awards.
Canadian thieves picked a bountiful target for a robbery. Valuable jewelry was taken–along with a pair of championship rings belonging to the former owner of the Montreal Canadiens.