With sales sliding faster than the NHL talks are progressing, one Canadian dealer is taking the players and owners to task and asking them to do something for him.
An early morning heist of signed NHL jerseys in Ontario has police hoping for leads.
A bountiful collection of stories and hobby news rounded up in one neat little package.
Better late than never. Basketball cards make their debut this week and thanks to Jeremy Lin, they’re getting a jump start.
New products are out, but vintage card collectors are on the prowl, too, sometimes hoping to turn raw into graded.
Amazon is stepping up its efforts to offer buyers and sellers an alternative to eBay, boasting a newly organized online shop stocked by dealers of all kinds.
Around the horn…or at least the world wide interwebs for tales of shop closings, arrests, burglaries and a Missouri collector.
What’s hot in sports card shops? Football remains king, but new products are on the way and there’s a buzz around the impending arrival of Kyrie Irving cards.
Not every kid who grew up in the 1980s and 90s was after the latest issue.
Buying, selling and trading since the 1920s, Goody Goldfaden was a legendary figure in the hobby, operating out of a dingy storefront in L.A.
Collectors and dealers from all over the northeast have been coming to the monthly Albany sports card show for parts of five decades.
What are the hottest products in sports card shops? Join us for the inaugural flight of What’s Hot in the Shop.
Panini made a late move to try and drum up business for hobby shop owners. Did it work? Depends on who you ask.
Collectors in and around Ormond Beach, Fla., may have to drive a little further to wheel and deal after this weekend.
A Washington man who turned his hobby into a business is still hoping someone can help find the man who swiped $30,000 worth of vintage sports cards from his shop last month.
Panini’s first MLBPA trading card license will come to fruition with 2011 Donruss Elite Extra Edition, a product heavy on youngsters.
Your local card shop may not find Halloween to be such a big deal, but we found one that’s scoring with scary stuff.
You’ll probably miss his sports card shop if you’re driving by but after 24 years, Jerry Mudra pretty secure in how to survive in business.
A Las Vegas card shop loses some cash to a man who claimed to be a neighbor.
One of the hobby’s longest running stores lost its owner in 2010 when Steve Gold died of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Now, his manager has purchased the Chicagoland area store.