Leaf Trading Cards has answered a Topps lawsuit over its use of pictures depicting old Topps cards in a Leaf Best of Baseball sell sheet.
Sportsmemorabilia.com counts its sales in eight figure territory. We’ve got a link that’ll give you 10% off.
Upper Deck has filed suit in federal court, asking a judge to back its new distribution policy.
Grey Flannel Auctions will buddy up to the Babe’s hometown starting later this spring.
Charlie Finley would love it. Rawlings has partnered with a company to produce some pricey new official baseballs. For your really, really good autographs?
Topps banks on Bryce to bring sales of Bowman to a boil. Will it work?
The government sacks a man convicted of passing off fake NFL jerseys as the real deal.
Panini gains the rights to produce Pro Football Hall of Fame-specific products and handle autograph sessions in Canton.
You may be more excited about these coupons than your wife is about the ones in Sunday’s paper.
A $10,000 pendant that a 20-year-old Ohio woman says she found at a yard sale may be stolen goods according to police.
Collecting vintage Topps cards isn’t enough. You’ve got to dabble in some of the hobby’s early ‘inserts’.
CMG, the Indianapolis-based marketing powerhouse, has entered into a licensing partnership with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and a number of Baseball Hall of Famers. CMG will pursue opportunities to license the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Marks and the participating member marks in the Hall of Fame Member Licensing Program. […]
True fans are hard to find in the States, but Panini hopes fre packs and soccer- loving kids might push sales of the World Cup product it’s bringing to stores.
Mention "eBay" fifteen years ago and you would have gotten a lot of blank stares. How times change.
It didn’t take Andre Dawson long to capitalize on his new stature as a Baseball Hall of Famer.
Autograph dealer Mounted Memories is now part of DREAMS Inc’s marketing agreement with the NBA.
With 75 minor league clients, an entrepreneur is hoping to win collectors and prospecting freaks over with a philosophy of the early bird getting the worm…or at least the game-used bat.
Mr. Mint is feuding with a New York area promoter, while manning a table at a rival show.
The tickertape parade is over. The rings will soon be ordered. All that’s left is to sell some stuff.