Ray Guy’s rings are gone, but he’s got a little money to help dig himself out of debt.
Take some old asphalt, add a little spit and polish and you’ve got yourself a little slice of NASCAR memorabilia.
The greatest punter of all time earned three Super Bowl rings, but financial problems could mean someone else will soon own them.
Barry Halper’s son responds to criticism leveled at his father’s collection while we round the bases with a collection of stories to get you through the weekend.
A new website offers the skinny on collecting various types of championship rings.
It may be one of the quieter elements of the hobby, but there are plenty of collectors in the hunt for a variety of championship rings…and plenty of sellers putting their hard-earned bling on eBay.
Mr. October’s family jewels are the subject of a disagreement between family members.
One of the Green Bay Packers’ most beloved players is in a battle with the IRS, and now his Super Bowl I ring will go on the auction block to settle what the government says is a $1.7 million debt.
Dozens of protestors turned out at a New Jersey card shop where Michael Vick signed autographs.
The search for memorabilia stolen from Phillies’ pitcher Kyle Kendrick takes a bizarre twist.
The Earl Weaver and Willie Mosconi collections were on the block but it was a vintage New York Knicks title ring that brought the biggest bid.
There’s no sense arguing about it. Earl Weaver is selling off much of his baseball memorabilia for the same reason Robin Roberts’ family did. It’s just too hard to divide.
Just days after the center jump circle on which his UCLA teams made history, John Wooden’s favorite coaching jacket is drawing a crowd of deep pocket bidders.
The Uni Watch blog detours into the fascinating arena of rare and valuable title bling.
They’re cheaper than the real thing. Salesman’s sample championship rings have their own following among collectors.
Pieces of Robin Roberts’ career with the Phillies go on the block.
A UCLA coach’s jacket worn by the late John Wooden joins some legendary NBA Hall of Famer jerseys and a Super Bowl I ring in Grey Flannel Auctions’ catalog sale.
A break-in at the home of Phillies’ pitcher Kyle Kendrick results in an APB for a big piece of bling.
A 10-year-old kid’s gift to the Fridge got some mainstream media attention over the weekend, but one important detail might be missing.
Hunt Auctions will get the new baseball season underway with a major auction in Philadelphia that includes numerous items from the career of the late Robin Roberts.