Some pricey Charles Conlon negatives may be sold to satisfy debts, Dallas police nab a suspected thief, a World Series trophy sale and Keith O talks Topps.
Some 19th century cards revealed at the New York City Public Library Monday include some that haven’t been cataloged before.
Fan, long-time collector and commentator Keith Olbermann autographs cards for the 2014 Topps Heritage issue.
Check out a sneak peek of 2013 Topps baseball courtesy of Keith Olbermann, and get a look at more chase card preview images from the company.
MLB Network’s Brian Kenny and Keith Olbermann play show and tell with a couple of classic old cards–and we get proof that we weren’t the only ones going to extremes for Hostess panels in the 1970s.
For collectors, ‘Opening Day’ means ripping the first packs of the year’s first cards, when celebrity collectors blog, dealers bust mountains of cases and buyers and sellers test eBay’s servers.
The contents of what might have once been a rookie pitcher’s equipment bag sold for over $30,000 Tuesday night.