Rookies, stars and Hall of Famers are represented on a special 15-card set available at Canadian hobby shops on Saturday–National Hockey…and Hockey Card Day.
Thieves broke into a Montana shop and stole several items worth thousands of dollars–but left behind some important items.
A shop owner helps nab a suspected card thief, a mini show report from the Midwest and a look at Panini’s pricey new football cards.
In a little town barbershop, a big time Jerry West fan clips away amid mountains of hoops memorabilia.
Pittsfield, MA once had multiple shops selling sports cards and memorabilia of some kind. After a 20-year run, the last one has now closed, illustrating the fine line between staying solvent and going under.
Topps wasn’t cheap when it came to awarding at least one of the 1952 Topps Mantle cards as part of its Million Card Giveaway promotion.
Police in Washington zero in on a man they say spent time in three card shops…but not during business hours.
Game-used and game-worn items will be among the memorabilia up for grabs at holiday events this weekend.
Mixed among the current and former Phillies at this weekend’s show is a certain Eagles quarterback you may have heard something about.
A benefit golf outing turned into a crime scene when a Series ring and watch belonging to former Dodger Jim Campanis was stolen out of his bag.
David Hunt of Hunt Auctions does a Chicago TV morning show.
One Michigan hobby shop owner has moved to a larger mall space thanks to interest from the gamers.
Update: Arrests made. A hoard of autographed sports memorabilia stolen from a Florida home recently turns up in the hands of teens who visit a local pawn shop.
George Mikan’s surviving family members are using a west coast jewelry shop to sell off some of the Basketball Hall of Famer’s memorabilia on eBay.
It was card shop owner vs. kid in 1990, when a fill-in clerk sold one of the best cards in the shop for 12 bucks.
Two Georgia women have owned and operated a store for 20 years.
A 12-year-old fan from Anaheim earns the opportunity to serve as an official Draft Runner during NHL’s Entry Draft event next weekend in L.A.
The only sports card shop owner in Beaumont, TX and some local collectors have stuck with the hobby for their own reasons.