REA raises the possibility that it’s the bat he used to hit the first home run in Yankee Stadium history.
A New Jersey collector had a front row seat to the terrorist attacks ten years ago.
Two sports card businesses in the same geographic area both find success; one online…the other clinging to the brick-and-mortar method.
Decades-old rarities mix with vintage cards and items with a $10 starting bid in Hunt Auctions’ 1200-lot internet/phone auction.
People are buying on eBay in big numbers… from wherever they happen to be at the time.
The auction went into triple overtime, but when the dust settled, a one of a kind Ty Cobb autographed bat brought big money for MEARS.
New data from eBay reveals who’s spending what on eBay via their mobile phones, including sports collectors.
Pokemon continues to poke at Beckett over the use of photos that depict it trading cards.
Ever wonder why big sports memorabilia auctions close during the week?
Topps is hoping you’ll take a picture of one of their cards and take action when the mobile phone returns information and an immediate shopping opportunity.
A small hoard of 19th century Old Judge cards turn up in Indiana..the second big find of it’s kind for an LA dealer.
Mastro Auctions’ latest phone book-sized auction catalog hit the front porch with a thud. We have content highlights.
First of all, I'd like to thank "Karen" at Delta Airlines for confirming my reservation for the trip to Anaheim this week. Somehow I don't think that's her real name since just about anyone who answers the phone at Delta or America On Line is probably more likely to be sitting at a work station in New Delhi […]