One of the rings given to members of the 1972 U.S. Olympic basketball team, which lost the controversial gold medal game to the Soviets in Munich is up for sale.
Texas fans with plenty of cash turned out to bid on items from the career of the late coach, Darrell Royal.
Want a real Dallas Mavericks championship ring? The team is raffling off one of the $40,000 beauties for charity…but there is a catch.
Someone really wanted a game-worn Tom Brady jersey. The annual Super Bowl auction saw a record-shattering price paid for a Brady gamer–and a five-figure drop on a jersey worn and autographed by Tim Tebow.
A Michigan man says a woman tried to steal cash, vintage baseball cards and jewelry 3 1/2 years ago but the USPS hasn’t returned it all.
A sports memorabilia dealer spotted Willie Gault’s stolen Super Bowl XX ring and now the man who was selling it is behind bars.
Three people have been arrested after a string of thefts that resulted in a van packed full of what police say are stolen collectibles.
Hall of Famer Julius “Dr. J” Erving’s 1974 New York Nets ABA World Championship ring sold for $460,741 and set a record price for a sports ring in SCP Auctions’ November auction which concluded early Sunday.
One 1903 World Series program resides in Cooperstown. The other was sold by Hunt Auctions Saturday,as one of the headliners in the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum Auction.
One of Lou Gehrig’s last bats is off to a strong start at auction while modern day Yankee memorabilia goes on the block and Jerry Sandusky’s ring goes up on eBay…briefly.
Catalog featured exclusively high grade, rare, vintage sports collectibles.
Julius Erving says he cringed at stories tying the current auction of memorabilia from his playing days to a lawsuit he’s facing.
Pitcher Scott Williamson is selling his 2004 World Series ring, representing the first championship won by the Red Sox since 1918.
They’re among the most expensive sports collectibles on the market–when they come to market. Championship rings are unique and for most who earned them, selling is never an option. Sometimes, though, they help turn gold into…well…gold.
A prototype card from the rare 1968 Topps 3-D issue highlights Huggins & Scott’s auction, which also includes dozens of vintage cards and rare sports memorabilia.
It went around the world and back, but Art Donovan’s 1958 NFL Championship ring is back, thanks to some friends and a retired cop.
The NBA MVP award earned by Dave Cowens in 1973 was the top selling item in the Basketball Hall of Fame auction, with a host of vintage NBA and ABA jerseys also bringing big bucks.
Panini Gold Standard Football will include diamonds and gold for a few lucky pack busters, but sticker autographs are there, too.
Leighton Sheldon and Scott Greenwald used their college eduction to turn a childhood passion into a thriving business.