Scarce and rare vintage baseball cards are just some of the items up for grabs beginning later this week in an event where patience is sometimes a virtue…and sometimes a mistake.
For collectors, ‘Opening Day’ means ripping the first packs of the year’s first cards, when celebrity collectors blog, dealers bust mountains of cases and buyers and sellers test eBay’s servers.
Topps Gold Ticket Redemptions will be scarce, but they’ll be good for a triple signed baseball from three big names.
The Boston Bruins jerseys from the biggest home win in 39 years are being sold at auction.
We tackle the 2011 SAGE High Series football cards to get a look at more cards of this year’s draftees.
Thirty years ago this month, collectors were scrambling to make sense of a new era in baseball cards.
“Baseball Treasures, 1859-2009” features a whopping 1700 lots including some never-before-seen items and super scarce cards.
The 600-card set offers retro variations, autographs and jersey cards at less than $2 per pack.
Some of the best vintage card sets you’ll find are just part of “Own it Now”…a new sales initiative designed to complement Memory Lane Inc’s regular auction events.
Baseball coins aren’t chump change when the grader smiles on your submission.
Members of the US National baseball teams are the subject of an upcoming set from Topps.
Perhaps the first sports memorabilia auction to include a lie detector test as part of the provenance comes to a close. And what’s a 53-year-old green jacket worth?
Polygraph tests and a sworn oath are part of the documentation behind a new auction of Tiger Woods-used irons said to be those used when he won four straight major championships.
Collector John Rogers has built a huge business through a unique business model that has brought millions of historic sports photos into the hobby.
A former Titleist employee is sticking by his story, despite eBay pulling off what he claimed are a set of irons used by Tiger to win four majors.
Graded sets, a T206 Plank and a top end Shoeless Joe went for big bucks in the latest big catalog auction.
Like so many vintage sports card issues, the 1923-24 Paterson’s hockey set teased kids something fierce. When candy-loving children in Canada bought the company’s “hockey bar”, they found a free trading card inside. There were 40 of them in all and if you could collect an entire set, you could mail them in and get […]
The man who owned a famous set of 1970s Andy Warhol athlete portraits–signed by the subjects–has cancelled his insurance claim.
Minty fresh and entombed, get a peek at some of the top sports card sets in the world as PSA hands out its annual Set Registry awards.