The Boston Globe visits one of the country’s longest continually running shows.
How to make sure you get the biggest bang for your collecting buck.
A pile of NBA memorabilia send to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres will be sold in a special eBay auction to benefit tornado victims.
Meet a couple of guys who give a fresh take on old cards.
Long-time collectors and dealers know all about the shows at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh XXXIII returns this weekend with a 1971 Pirates Reunion Show on the docket. Joining the 250 tables of sports cards and memorabilia will be 16 players and two coaches from the team that won the 1971 World Series, including […]
It’s not just for gearheads. Thousands from around the world will descend on Indiana later this month for the big race–and the second oldest sports memorabilia show in the country.
Some quick hits–and a video–to close out the week.
One of the hobby’s most intriguing finds was born when the owner took them to the Antiques Roadshow.
Here’s a unique concept…a show where every autograph guest once appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Prepare the Sharpie and the magazine.
Upper Deck is talking up its wrapper redemption promotion for the semi-annual show taking place in Toronto this weekend.
After battling a health issue, Brooks Robinson was his old self at a big Baltimore sports card show.
The ‘actual value’ may not be that much, but the signed 1980s Houston Oilers helmet will pay off big in another way.
His first contract as coach of the Celtics is just one of the pieces of NBA history in the Red Auerbach collection. SCP Auctions made the cross-country trip to showcase some of the items to fans in New England in a morning TV appearance.
A new show kicks off next weekend. The Show at the Oaks will have a big lineup of dealers and several autograph guests.
Talk about reality matching the day’s headlines…
Two new additions to the 1937 Wheaties set are discovered while modern bloggers compare notes in some entertaining posts.
Some four leaf clovers dotting the news landscape on St. Patrick’s Day.
One of the hobby’s longest-running events is back for another three-day run.
Promoting a sports card or trade show in the 21st century means being interactive
Henry laughs it up with David Letterman on the Late Show and brings out a pair of rookie cards.