The son of the man who created the Heisman Trophy award in 1935 uses winner signed footballs to raise money for the fight against MS.
A Cadillac Escalade pulled up to the home of Miami-based sports and entertainment agent David Sugarman Wednesday. It wasn’t there for a party.
The T206 proof strip featuring Honus Wagner and other goodies from the All-Star FanFest Auction is on a media tour and WPIX TV offers a little show and tell.
Part two of our excerpt from the new book ‘Mint Condition; How Baseball Cards Became an American Obsession’ by Dave Jamieson. In the second half of Chapter One, Jamieson chronicles how Goodwin & Company’s insertion of ballplayers’ pictures into its cigarette packs launched a national craze in the late 19th century.
Some tips on giving yourself a better chance to win what you’re after…plus word of a second major auction during this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention. It’s all in this edition of the Insider.
Beckett photo advisor David Rudd Cycleback has a downloadable book that will put some serious photo knowledge in your collecting arsenal.
New feature alert: A look at what’s next on the auction circuit.
How hot are the New Orleans Saints? Fans in another gulf coast town had a shopping mall manager bearing bad news before an autograph session even started.
A 52 year-old pack of hockey cards was opened like a time capsule at a recent sports card show. Steady hands and a prayer were required. A good sense of humor helped.
Curt Flood’s family has consigned items from the late outfielder’s historic career to the upcoming Louisville auction which was worthy of a show-and-tell on St. Louis TV.
Can’t make it to Toronto? Grab a gander at some of the greatest hockey garb ever.