Common belief is that the first World Series ring wasn’t issued until 1922. The discovery of a second ring from eight years earlier seems to have re-written that bit of memorabilia history.
Topps’ Diamond Dig helps kick off the 2011 baseball card season as some committed couples hope to walk away from a pit full of rubber balls and bats with a $10,000 engagement ring.
Rare, high-grade football cards rose to championship level in Memory Lane’s Big Game Auction II.
They’re champs again, but this auction is a throwback to the Lombardi dynasty.
If you’re thinking of getting married and don’t mind getting dirty, Topps wants to talk to you.
Topps shows off some of the cards we’ll see in 2011 Series Two, along with details on its diamond ring promotion.
A benefit golf outing turned into a crime scene when a Series ring and watch belonging to former Dodger Jim Campanis was stolen out of his bag.
Count the Cleveland Browns among the NFL teams with their own memorabilia exhibit.
He’s transformed his image and now Ron Artest is hoping to transform some kids’ lives.
A legal battle over one of Muhammad Ali’s prized pieces of boxing memorabilia is over.
Another company purchased the T206 Honus Wagner proof strip for one of its clients at Tuesday’s All-Star FanFest sale, conducted by Hunt Auctions.
George Mikan’s surviving family members are using a west coast jewelry shop to sell off some of the Basketball Hall of Famer’s memorabilia on eBay.
A desk drawer proved not to be a safe hiding place for a 2009 Yankees World Series ring.
Want to help victims of the oil spill and maybe win a real Super Bowl ring? Here’s your chance.
A former college and NFL champion’s rings will be returned after Tennessee lawmen made a major bust.
A young girl’s honesty helps a cherished ring back to its rightful owner.
A game-worn relic from one of baseball’s most famous days sells at auction.
A look at the diamonds on the diamond as the Yankees show off their 2009 ice.
Somehow it never wound up in anyone else’s collection. And thanks to cops in Minnesota, it never will.
Doug Baker didn’t see much action for the 1984 Detroit Tigers but he wound up with two World Series rings.