A unique T206 Honus Wagner card, its back bearing a date stamp matching the date of the decisive game of the 1909 World Series will be featured in Robert Edward Auctions’ 2012 catalog event.
A link to a look at NBA All-Star programs, which offer two things collectors like: potential for growth, worldwide appeal and an element of scarcity.
The NFL and its publisher continue the long-running series of game day publications for the Super Bowl… and we’ve got a look at the first 10 game programs too.
You could buy a ticket to this year’s Super Bowl. But wouldn’t it be a better long term investment to own one of these…for less money?
True collectors know the value of hockey cards from the modern era doesn’t begin and end with Gretzky.
For 500 bucks, you can have an autographed copy of the document that’s kept Pete Rose out of baseball for more than 20 years.
Some history-making game-used items are now in a 2011 World Series exhibit at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Bidding begins today for a collection of 17 years worth of autographed Topps baseball cards.
A collection of letters from the likes of Cobb, Mathewson, Johnson, Lajoie, Collins, McGraw and others about an ill-fated attempt to put together a post-season All-Star Game tour is about to enter the hobby.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame will be home to a collection of early NFL documents and memorabilia from the family of Dutch Sternaman.
Bill Buckner and Mookie Wilson will watch the World Series and dine with the winning bidder of an auction, while a game-used ball from the infamous 1986 Series also goes on the block.
A newly-formed group will launch sports memorabilia auctions while working with athletes and their charities.
Hunt Auctions has packed up the memorabilia consigned by Ted Williams’ daughter and put it on display in the Hall of Famer’s hometown.
A look at the schedule for World Series.
Bobby Orr’s rookie card remains an icon but what card best captures the essence of his career?
Rich Klein is tearing into packs of more wood-grained bordered ’62 Topps look-a-likes in the new Heritage Minor League cards.
A program that uses hockey to help the rehab efforts of wounded soldiers will benefit from an auction being conducted by MeiGray.
Topps kept its winning theme going in 1956–bigger cards with action and portrait art on the front. Fifty-five years later, collectors are paying big bucks for the cards every Yankee fan wanted.
The pause button on Stephen Strasburg’s hobby DVR is about to get clicked off. Collectors haven’t forgotten.
He tries, but there’s no way Bryce Harper can please the number of fans, collectors…and dealers…looking for a free autograph.