Pennsylvania State Police are looking for thieves who emptied out a van with sports card boxes inside while the owner was in a local casino.
Amazon is stepping up its efforts to offer buyers and sellers an alternative to eBay, boasting a newly organized online shop stocked by dealers of all kinds.
ABC is offering its own sports memorabilia shop reality show this spring with “Ball Boys’, shot at Robbie’s 1st Base in Baltimore.
Vintage Sports Images has launched a new website and bulked up its eBay presence with a line of negatives and slides from games past.
A Las Vegas card shop loses some cash to a man who claimed to be a neighbor.
Jeremy Brown’s card shop business has gotten some national exposure as he joins the guest cast of the History Channel show.
The producers of Pawn Stars are creating a new show around sports memorabilia, set inside a Baltimore shop. They’re looking for people to bring in items they’re interested in selling to be part of the series.
The photos span decades of history and chronicle the events, people and places that have shaped the sports world, each representing a unique moment in time.
A southern California memorabilia company is fighting back against a Panini lawsuit that claimed they were out of bounds selling Kobe Bryant autographs.
Heritage Auctions has added Derek Grady to its sports auction staff.
Grey Flannel Auctions will buddy up to the Babe’s hometown starting later this spring.
Upper Deck leans on some big time college hoop coaches in its latest card set.
The Orange County Register stops by one of its neighbors.
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.
Sometimes hanging around the card shop waiting for someone can be expensive. Other times, it pays off.
Fergie Jenkins and Lee Smith grabbed pens and signed autographs in hopes of helping remember Ron Santo…while a Bears’ great has his own cause.
The Michigan Sports Hall of Fame is leaning on some of its past heroes to raise funds.
ESPN’s Bill Simmons loves the National Sports Collectors Convention.
Knicks ’70 & ‘73 Championships court & Rangers ’94 Stanley Cup nets are among artifacts in a new MSG-Steiner Collectibles Partnership. Game used items including jerseys, basketballs and pucks from present Knicks and Rangers will also be sold via Steiner.