sports collectibles

Do U.S. Mint Baseball Coins Belong in Your Collection?

Learn more about U.S. Mint baseball coins and how legal tender half dollars and silver dollars issued by the mint have commemorated our national pastime.

Editor’s Blog: State of the Hobby as a New Year Begins

A look at what feels right–and what needs attention as a new sports collecting year begins.

Ted Williams Letters to Mistress Going on Auction Block

He was a great baseball player. A terrific pilot who served his country more than once. A great fisherman, too.

Ted Williams was also a bit of a scoundrel.

Letters penned by the Hall of Famer in the early 50s are out in the open and going up for bid, including one that references a letter intercepted by the Mrs.

TV Show in Development Needs Collectors

It’s definitely the year of the collector on reality TV. Producers of a new TV show want to hear about your collecting obsession.

Ten Underrated Sports Collectibles

Where can you get the most bang for your sports geek dollar?

A Dealer’s National: Making the Most of a Business Trip

Baseball cards and business mix at the National Sports Collectors Convention, where planning is an important part of the game.

Dealer Trading Night?

Not every industry conference is just a bunch of guys sitting around and talking.

Pennsylvania Dealer Faces Criminal Charges

Resealed wax packs and fake autographs are at the center of a case against a long-time sports memorabilia dealer.

Where Have You Gone, Starting Lineup?

by Ted Golden The late 1980s baseball card boom was fertile ground for another sports memorabilia product to gain a foothold. For 14 years, “Starting Lineup” figures captured the imagination of kids everywhere. They were action figures produced in the form of a baseball player, basketball player, football player, hockey players, and even Auto Racing. […]