A three decade collection of baseball memorabilia sitting in an old home that served as a St. Louis dental office is destroyed by fire.
A columnist’s view of the Sports Museum of Los Angeles, stolen autographs, some final game hypothesis, our new smartphone apps and a Twitter milestone.
The FBI says it has seized thousands of replica jerseys or pieces of jerseys during its investigation of six sports memorabilia dealers recently charged with fraud.
Putting Cleveland Indians memorabilia on display in his office turned out to be great advertising for a deputy who now owns a cool ball.
A New Jersey collector had a front row seat to the terrorist attacks ten years ago.
Some tips on protecting your stuff.
Shawn Chaulk owns some of the best hockey memorabilia outside of the sport’s Hall of Fame.
The Uni Watch blog detours into the fascinating arena of rare and valuable title bling.
A couple of collector stories…and one who will likely be collecting a prison sentence.
From game used jerseys to autographs and cards, younger collectors try to balance limited funds with a desire to build their collections.
What ultimately became of dozens of jerseys passed off as game-worn and distributed to hobby outlets by sports marketing agent Mike Ornstein?
In a style that might have been right at home in the wild west days of the sports memorabilia hobby, everything inside–and outside–Philadelphia’s Spectrum was an all-you-can carry buffet for collectors and fans.
Dave King’s determination has helped build one of the best sports collections around.
Helping himself to sports cards intended for others was just part of the problem.
The parent company of PSA and PSA/DNA is setting up shop in Europe to serve its coin customers–and create new ones.
A Dallas man’s impressive Cowboys collection sat in the shadows of the stadium that is no more.
The FBI's well publicized "Operation Bullpen" caught some bad guys and got a lot of publicity. Now it's over. But the FBI is still interested in the hobby.