Panini brings its National Treasures brand to hoops with a sumjmertime issue that packs six autographs or memorabilia cards.
A framed display featuring the autographs and images of sixty NBA legends is being sold to benefit former players in need of financial help.
Limited prints made from original negatives will raise money for military veterans who need specially designed homes after being injured in war.
They won’t say who, but the 1956 Yogi Berra Yankees uniform sold for over $500,000 last week by Grey Flannel Auctions was purchased by a private collector. The uniform is believed to have been the same one worn by Berra while catching the 1956 World Series perfect game thrown by Don Larsen. The coffee pot […]
Upper Deck’s new frontier includes a basketball card issue featuring players in their pre-professional days.
Three major championship rings join Yogi Berra’s 1956 World Series jersey among the heavy hitters Grey Flannel’s current auction.
High-grade vintage stars and sets from all sports go on the auction block later this week.
2009 NFL Player of the Day Grand Prize event includes party at his home, a shopping spree and a free autograph session
Autographed rookie cards are popping out as our box buster dives into a Panini hoops product
Which modern era football card sets might actually be worth space on your shelf?
Wading through the abyss of post-1990 football rookie cards can be difficult, but there may be some relative bargains out there.
He’s no longer playing, but is that any reason for the 1986-87 Fleer card to trade at its current level?
It wasn’t a splash. More like a ripple. When Fleer announced plans to produce a nationally distributed basketball card set in 1986, it didn’t create massive shock waves in the hobby. Basketball was alive thanks to Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and, of course, Jordan. But its cards were still playing third fiddle to baseball and […]
ESPN was barely a blip on the sports radar screen. Home computers were still more than a decade away. No blogs. No YouTube. No college hoops on TV every night. Whatever hype surrounded the 1979 NCAA Championship game was largely because the country had read about Magic Johnson and Larry Bird in their daily newspapers […]