Fergie Jenkins and Lee Smith grabbed pens and signed autographs in hopes of helping remember Ron Santo…while a Bears’ great has his own cause.
San Francisco Giants fans are making it a happy holiday season indeed for sports card shops in the area.
TTM autographs as part of a class project? It’s how they roll in Odessa, TX.
Purchased for $50 at a Minnesota card show years ago, it gained fame on Antiques Roadshow. Now it’s out of a museum and into an upcoming auction.
One of the few signed T206 Cobb cards, complete with a note from the man himself, has brought a pretty penny at auction.
Another option for buying/selling your stuff.
A candidate for ‘coolest job’ talks about his work behind the lens in the big leagues.
John Graham’s collection tells the story of baseball–and baseball gloves–through a new book.
Collectors and dealers have been struggling to find a Stephen Strasburg mini rookie card in the 2010 Topps Allen & Ginter but the company says it’s no wild goose chase.
A Canadian company is putting up serious money for what’s considered the most famous jersey in that country’s hockey history.
Starting next year, the IRS will make sure you fill out the proper forms and report your income if you’re a busy and active eBay seller.
Need a new sales outlet? Try another online giant.
The NBA’s biggest stars have signed up–and signed jerseys–as St. Jude Children’s Hospital launches a major fundraiser.
A Venezuelan collector/dealer is hoping to learn more about a newly-discovered group of 1950s cards issued there, including some of Major Leaguers.
How much of a drag were baseball cards on Major League Baseball’s licensing profitability over the last decade? Let’s just say it’s OK to yell "we’re number one".
Now here’s something a little different…
He didn’t come in with LeBron’s hype, but Brandon Jennings is quickly becoming a big time star.
Not everything winds up in an auction or online sale.