Rich Klein enters the octagon with the newest UFC product from Topps.
Topps takes its Finest brand to the octagon and hobby shops seem to be having little trouble selling boxes.
The champ’s trunks from perhaps the greatest fight of all-time, autographed and inscribed, are on the market for the first time in nine years.
It had a big impact on Baltimore last year and the thousands of collectors, dealers and companies who descend on the city this week should be a boost for Chicago too.
They’re cheaper than the real thing. Salesman’s sample championship rings have their own following among collectors.
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.
They look pretty good for 119. The rules of basketball pinned to the wall of a Massachusetts gym by James Naismith, are going on the auction block.
Not everyone spells his name correctly, but Manny Pacquiao might be bringing a little life back to boxing–and boxing memorabilia.
A locally-operated sports auction and marketing firm will be in charge of getting people in the door at this summer’s event in Baltimore.
Like 1990s baseball cards, the investment return on NASCAR memorabilia hasn’t always been a success story.