Kimberley Williams claimed her ex-husband was responsible for the theft of some vintage baseball memorabilia. A jury wasn’t buying it.
Leila Dunbar grew up a sports fan and parlayed her love for the games into a career.
Six weeks before the National Sports Collectors Convention, another large show sets up shop in Chicago.
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.
Fans went away empty handed after the NFL jersey police hauled away some of the goods.
Peyton Manning will continue to get paid by Dreams Inc, parent company of Mounted Memories.
Limited prints made from original negatives will raise money for military veterans who need specially designed homes after being injured in war.
Why is that card graded a ‘6’ and this one an ‘8’? PSA hopes its new online feature will spell out the difference.
It’s been more than ten years since Sports Legends went out of business, but the company lives on through the latest court case…this one against the owner’s lawyers.
Some big time pieces of history are on display at the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards.
Hopefully you’ve noticed some sports card product reviews on our pages over the last few days. Several new issues were released in the last few weeks of 2009 and you can read a little about what they have inside right now. It’s something I’ve been wanting to add for awhile and thanks to our friend […]
Golden oldies merged with new concepts in the new card market this year.
Jerry Rice and other former NFL players will sign autographs at an east coast event next month with proceeds to help a special charity.
Great finds, big sales and some serious generosity top our best vintage sports card stories of 2009.
Collector John Rogers has bought another major newspaper’s entire photo archive.
Sports Illustrated turns its attention on the hobby.
We still haven’t gotten official confirmation that Topps has lost its NFLPA license, but assuming the news from earlier this week is indeed the truth, it’s another blow to long-time collectors. In a never-ending bid to right a ship that began listing in the early 1990s, the powers that be in sports continue to tinker […]
A three decades-long obsession with autographs has Scott Smith in constant harmony with his Sharpie and a magazine.
A baseball card store is about the only business two California brothers have ever known.