PSA has now certified 25 million items…and an Arkansas court hands over a large judgment against John Rogers.
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.
Failing to comply with a court order in connection with a local bank’s lawsuit, sports memorabilia dealer and photo archive business owner John Rogers has been jailed.
Traveling to meet and re-photograph some of the guys who appeared on those nutty cards of the past? Sounds like fun. It’s one of the stories in the Notebook.
A bank seeking $15 million from former sports memorabilia and photo dealer John Rogers isn’t happy he’s pleading the fifth amendment.
With legal claims mounting, the glass plate negatives containing the work of Charles Conlon remain in limbo.
An offer for assets controlled by John Rogers is no longer under consideration for lack of financing.
Two Milwaukee area men say they’re out a Babe Ruth and a mountain of cash after a deal with troubled Arkansas businessman John Rogers went south.
Some of what the FBI took from John Rogers’ Arkansas business last year were items he’d listed as collateral on millions of dollars in bank loans.
A new civil suit claims Arkansas dealer John Rogers had created a Ponzi-style scheme that took a business partner on an expensive ride.
A judge has appointed a receiver for John Rogers businesses and ordered the preservation of some important photo collections he once controlled.
An expensive purchase of baseball memorabilia included items made long after their purported dates of origin, leading to a lawsuit.
Federal agents put a wire on Legendary Auctions’ President Doug Allen after he agreed to cooperate –but then things got interesting according to his guilty plea.
A lawsuit over a major collection of negatives, police hunt a thief in South Carolina, a Jeff Burdick letter is up for grabs, recalling Hoyt Wilhelm and more.
A Little Rock media outlet says the FBI will give back some of what was taken from Rogers Photo Archive last week; a retired NBA PR man says the commissioner stepped in to get 1969-70 Topps off the ground and a Peyton Manning jersey sells for $33,000.
A PSA 5 T206 Honus Wagner card, carrying extra large borders and a ‘miscut’ designation is coming up for sale, 4 years after it went for $1.62 million.
Visit the offices of the Rogers Photo Archive, where millions of photographs acquired from photographers and news sources get scanned, filed and readied for sale.
He’s spent millions on baseball cards, but John Rogers continues to spend much more building a behemoth business in old photographs.
Collector John Rogers has built a huge business through a unique business model that has brought millions of historic sports photos into the hobby.
A very good condition T206 Wagner is leaving one private collector for another at a price that establishes another new benchmark.