It’s legal eagles week in the trading card business. Leaf is now fighting back against the lawsuit by Panini over some unattached Kevin Durant autographs
Among the hottest targets for autograph seekers? Presidential candidates.
A collection featuring some of the earliest World Series programs has been consigned to the upcoming Louisville Slugger auction.
A jersey worn by Lou Gehrig…potentially the one he wore when he took himself out of the lineup after 2130 games..was the top seller in Robert Edward Auctions’ 2011 event, but it’s also safe to say the vintage card market is alive and well.
A New York collector is suing Robert Edward Auctions over memorabilia purchased several years ago that he says isn’t real. The auction house says it won’t fly.
Gathering autographed helmets is just part of the fun for this collector.
Pete Rose’s 7-year run as the autograph guest in residence at Caesar’s Palace has come to a mutual end…but he’s not retiring.
Will customers who buy other NBA gear get hooked on basketball cards? That’s the plan.
She turned Hollywood down to become a mom, but Ini Asmann still rubbed shoulders with all kinds of stars in her second profession, one that resulted in a pair of high-priced game-worn gifts.
How do you give the President of the United States a special, signed photo featuring two baseball legends?
Robert Edward Auctions says it had legal title to memorabilia collateral used to repay a controversial loan to a Brooklyn high school.
Join NBA on TNT reporter Craig Sager as he takes a look inside the phenomenal collection of Lakers memorabilia owned by David Kohler.
Pull the right card and you could be jetting to Vegas.
Ryan O’Hara will take the reins in a few weeks.
A Montana minor league team owner is also a collector of vintage baseball gloves and memorabilia.
Autograph specialist Mounted Memories has been chosen to bring some order to the signing pavilion at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.