You’ll probably miss his sports card shop if you’re driving by but after 24 years, Jerry Mudra pretty secure in how to survive in business.
PSA’s New Jersey office is open for business, with an early focus on autograph authentication.
It’s taken almost 25 years but Rocke Sweaney, who lives in the shadows of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, has an autograph from nearly every member.
A Woodbridge, N.J. facility will handle in person drop off submissions, with an emphasis on autographs.
Topps is staying put and its CEO is talking about sports cards being made in America.
…but don’t expect Dr. Mitch Antin to put it on the auction block.
eBay thinks you’ll benefit from a series of special interactive seminars aimed at teaching sellers how to boost sales.
Facility problems have the Eastern Pennsylvania Sports Collectors Club searching for a new venue in hopes of reviving the show by the end of the year.
Card and memorabilia dealers who invest a week setting up at the pre-All Star game Fan Fest show are reporting excellent sales, but some are doing better than others thanks to the nearby aura of some prominent guests.