Bo Jackson, Cal Ripken, Mike Schmidt and a plethora of Pennsylvania stars are signing at the Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular show in the Philly area this weekend.
Under The Radar Sports Promotions, run by a pair of Pennsylvania collectors, is continuing to grow its autograph session business.
Citizens Bank Park will host a Hunt Auctions event next month with Harry Kalas’ 2008 World Series ring and hundreds of other lots of Phillies memorabilia on the block.
More than four dozen former and current athletes including members of the 1980 Phillies championship team will headline a show later this month.
As the puck drops on the Stanley Cup Finals, Upper Deck squeezes out one more hockey set.
A well-traveled T206 proof strip with a little mystery to it is on display at the Phillies’ ballpark as it heads back to the auction block.
Upper Deck is counting on a World Cup bounce to help push sales of its newest product.
Our writer takes in the “Ultimate Set” collection of rare, vintage baseball cards now on display at the Hall of Fame.
A new venture has put certified, cut autographs three to a box with every player a current or former All-Star.
MeiGray’s game-used partnership with high level minor league hockey has worked out well for both sides and they’ll continue it for at least the next few years.
#42 Jerseys signed by each Major League team on Jackie Robinson Day are up for bid.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Van Buren has filed a lawsuit against Panini America over the production of football cards he says he didn’t authorize.
Baseball history lovers–and memorabilia collectors– will dig a new book chronicling the history of the Phillies.
A game-worn relic from one of baseball’s most famous days sells at auction.
Whether wearing jerseys to be auctioned or touching his bat, current players were in awe of Jackie Robinson Thursday.
Author Dave Jamieson answers questions about his new book on the history of baseball cards–and those who had the biggest impact.
The parent company of Mounted Memories is taking its autographs and fan gear to the peacock network’s sports website.
Wanna buy some freeze-dried championship grass?
Steve Carlton, meet Roy Halladay.