Collectors of 1970 Topps have more than one wax box to choose from.
Hobby shops offer up some positive vibes about the sports card market in 2012…as long as you’re willing to work at it.
A collection of letters from the likes of Cobb, Mathewson, Johnson, Lajoie, Collins, McGraw and others about an ill-fated attempt to put together a post-season All-Star Game tour is about to enter the hobby.
Topps offers a look at the next edition of its Heritage Baseball line, an ode to 1963.
A law firm representing dealer/collector Peter Nash in his dispute with a New Jersey couple over an aborted auction say they’re done with the case because of unpaid bills.
It’s definitely the year of the collector on reality TV. Producers of a new TV show want to hear about your collecting obsession.
Topps kept its winning theme going in 1956–bigger cards with action and portrait art on the front. Fifty-five years later, collectors are paying big bucks for the cards every Yankee fan wanted.
Fifty years have passed since the 1961 Topps cards came out of wax packs, but collectors still love it.
The producers of Pawn Stars are creating a new show around sports memorabilia, set inside a Baltimore shop. They’re looking for people to bring in items they’re interested in selling to be part of the series.
Joltin’ Joe will headline a group of four players who will adorn Forever postage.
Take some old asphalt, add a little spit and polish and you’ve got yourself a little slice of NASCAR memorabilia.
Ouch. An investigative reporter confronts a dealer over some photocopied autographs.
A collector from Texas picks the right day to go to the card shop.
Move over American Pickers and Pawn Stars, there’s a new game show centered around collectibles and valuables.
The last in a series on the hobby delves into the vintage card hobby, a new shop opens in Virginia and we’ve got coverage of the Rosenblatt Stadium Auction.
The season is over but the printing presses will soon roll as Upper Deck deems the Boston Bruins’ first Stanley Cup title since 1972 worthy of boxed set status.
One of hockey’s biggest stars is returning to In The Game this fall.
2011 Topps Pro Debut is condensed into one series this year. So what did our box buster pull?
Missouri’s two big league teams are joining forces to turn their interleague series into a fundraiser that includes items bearing a special logo and an auction of game-worn jerseys, game used items and autographed memorabilia.
The Kansas City Royals are stepping up to the plate and one of several tornado relief initiatives they’re undertaking is an auction of signed and game-used memorabilia.