Better late than never. Basketball cards make their debut this week and thanks to Jeremy Lin, they’re getting a jump start.
They’re out there…unscrupulous sellers waiting to take as much of your money as they can get away with.
Leaving a software company to sell baseball cards worked out OK for one Ohio dealer.
A 1971 Topps baseball card set with all cards graded PSA 7 and 8 sold for $10,000 Sunday.
One of the hobby’s signature cards changes hands.
A rare autographed baseball from the 1920s Yankee dynasty was on the block this week and drawing a lot of interest. When the eBay clock struck zero this three signature ball was at over $38,000– not enough to meet the reserve price.