There’s no telling how many times we’ve been watching something on TV and had it trigger the urge to check out something related on eBay. A breakout performance by a certain player might have us ready to make a move on his rookie card. A clip from an old championship game might have us wanting […]
The ATP created ‘lockers’ with autographs and tennis memorabilia from the world’s top stars, put them on display at the Barclay’s in London and let fans bid.
Topps steps up its game with a new mid-range product that seems to provide good value for the money.
Panini’s HRX video trading cards debuted in basketball, but they’ll be hitting boxes of Totally Certified football later this season.
What may be one of the year’s only basketball card products has made getting a Michael Jordan autograph a more attainable proposition.
Our box buster says 2011 Bowman Chrome is hot (again) as it offers a prospecting buzz and ten years of history.
It might be time for fans to start thinking with their head and not their heart. Albert Pujols’ historic third home run ball in last week’s World Series game was worth a lot more to the Ranger fan who caught it than the satisfaction of throwing back an enemy bomb.
A collection of letters from the likes of Cobb, Mathewson, Johnson, Lajoie, Collins, McGraw and others about an ill-fated attempt to put together a post-season All-Star Game tour is about to enter the hobby.
Rich Klein goes back to the 1980s where a New Jersey sports card shop was always buzzing.
The Capitals and Penguins have organized a joint effort to raise money for the families of Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, the KHL team that perished in a plane crash in Russia. The sale of signed jerseys will benefit families.
A newly-formed group will launch sports memorabilia auctions while working with athletes and their charities.
Hunt Auctions has packed up the memorabilia consigned by Ted Williams’ daughter and put it on display in the Hall of Famer’s hometown.
A burglar swipes expensive cards, Panini brings back a popular promotion and spurned as a youngster, Tom Brady finally gets his autograph.
Fifty years have passed since the 1961 Topps cards came out of wax packs, but collectors still love it.
Week 7 is devoted to #7 as Topps continues to fill out its late-season redemption set.
Proceeds from memorabilia worn during league games played on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 will go to two related charities.
Rich Klein fishes for prospect autos in his box of 2011 Bowman Platinum.
A collector from way back digs into some shoeboxes full of cards during a New England summer.
Been adding to your collection? The Baseball Hall of Fame has.
Some high school All-Americans got their first baseball cards–even if they’re not old enough for the company to include them in packs.