A clean design and relatively plentiful supply make the 1966 Topps baseball set an attractive target …but watch out for those high numbers.
It’s been a familiar story lately. Retired player or coach selling off a special item or collection, ostensibly to pay for the education of family members. Jim Palmer did it. Don Larsen’s doing it. Bob Knight. Ozzie Smith. For collectors with cash, it’s like being in a kid in a candy shop. Whenever well known […]
Forbes.com examines why famous former coaches and players are selling off the items that represent their biggest achievements.
Hall of Famer Jim Palmer is selling his three Cy Young Awards and two Gold Gloves to pay for family expenses.
A fixture on the east coast, the Philly show’s spring event brings in dealers, collectors and a host of autograph guests.