Jeremy Brown’s card shop business has gotten some national exposure as he joins the guest cast of the History Channel show.
Roger Hooper, convicted of selling fake sports memorabilia last year, has been arrested on charges of selling stolen guns.
A burglar swipes expensive cards, Panini brings back a popular promotion and spurned as a youngster, Tom Brady finally gets his autograph.
Police in Florida say they finally captured the man believed responsible for fooling nearly three dozen Florida pawn shops and other outlets into buying a phony Babe Ruth signed baseball with equally phony paperwork.
A sports memorabilia collector gets shot in the rear by a robber, guns drawn at a Colorado shop, Killer Kowalski’s memorabilia on the block…and a nice story about Ernie Johnson Sr. and Jr.
Randy Fauth keeps Sports Dugout rolling along in one of America’s best baseball towns.
Patience, enthusiasm, a little luck…and just being nice to people can turn a part-time venture into a full-time love affair in the sports card shop business.
The Editor’s Blog mulls the latest headlines and whether the dearth of card shops and the rise of technology might be creating some new brick-and-mortars.
How can the 19th largest city in America not have even one baseball card shop? That’s what one long-time dealer couldn’t stand.
Michael Vick’s upcoming paid autograph session at a New Jersey memorabilia store has caused a stir
Another pawn shop falls victim to a fake Ruth autograph.
Positive cash flow for Collector’s Universe, an update on the card shop fire in Ohio and also on a stack of letters written by a youthful George Steinbrenner. Oh…and is Charlie Sheen getting ready to sell some of his vintage sports memorabilia?
Some quick hits–and a video–to close out the week.
A memorabilia-packed museum and shop dedicated to the old Philadelphia A’s has been running for 15 years but support has dwindled.
A long-time card shop in northeast Ohio was gutted Thursday night by an intense fire.
Plenty of cool old photos of football greats in their college days. Anything else in our 2011 Upper Deck football blaster box?
A big time 2005 theft from a Rutland, Mass. sports memorabilia shop may finally have been solved.
Hobby shop owners get to bend the ears of sports card makers. Will their voices be heard?
A Massachusetts man got away for awhile, but his bad habits apparently allowed the law to catch up to him.