There’s no physical location yet, but the St. Louis Cardinals Museum is online with a brand new website full of memorabilia.
Collectors and dealers now have access to some valuable information on a massive database of graded cards now that the PSA Population Report is public info.
From a century-old Rose Bowl program to a minty ’26 World Series program, eBay bidders have had a lot to choose from lately.
No labor contract? No problem for Upper Deck, which has become the basketball card torchbearer this season, even without an NBA license. Pack-busting Juan Martinez evaluates the contents of a newly purchased box.
Young guns, Heroes and a redemptionless autograph checklist highlight 2011-12 Upper Deck hockey.
From scorecards to local and historic flavor to a slick package of feature stories and mountains of ads, World Series programs have quite a history.
Hunt Auctions has packed up the memorabilia consigned by Ted Williams’ daughter and put it on display in the Hall of Famer’s hometown.
The Hall of Fame uses them to illustrate the game’s past. Baseball players of today sometimes collect them–or did. And Topps is still cranking them out. Baseball cards get star treatment on MLB’s weekly TV show.
Observations…and a suggestion or two as the National heads into the weekend.
It may be one of the quieter elements of the hobby, but there are plenty of collectors in the hunt for a variety of championship rings…and plenty of sellers putting their hard-earned bling on eBay.
CNBC discusses the state of the sports memorabilia market as Hunt Auctions shows off The Babe’s prison bat and other cool stuff.
Before even the Green Bay Packers existed, there was pro football. The first season of what would become the NFL included a championship trophy. But where is it?
A little revolutionary. A little counter culture. The 1971 Topps set brought us innovation and drives today’s mint freaks to drink.
Topps is showing off some signed replicas of its 1952 series, paying homage to some players who showed up on the company’s first major set.
Collectors on the east coast know this show, still going and still raising money after 3 1/2 decades.
The big game awaits.
A visit to the memorabilia road show in Dallas.
How do those big sheets of trading cards become boxes of packs? Take a look.
Join NBA on TNT reporter Craig Sager as he takes a look inside the phenomenal collection of Lakers memorabilia owned by David Kohler.
Super Bowl program collectors will be adding a new edition to their collection.