For collectors, ‘Opening Day’ means ripping the first packs of the year’s first cards, when celebrity collectors blog, dealers bust mountains of cases and buyers and sellers test eBay’s servers.
PSA is celebrating the opening of its new New Jersey office.
The Orange County Register talks with a group of die-hard autograph hunters outside the players’ lot in Anaheim.
No Yankees or Red Sox in baseball’s final four means a loss of revenue for memorabilia agent Steiner Sports.
A bat Babe Ruth gave to an Irish hurling star is on the block.
A pair of giveaways from PSA at the National. They’re still playing ‘Where’s That Championship Puck’ in Chicago and one media outlet digs into into the baseball cad investment angle. It’s all in the blog.
It’s one star-studded hood.
It’s no myth that signed memorabilia fluctuates in price based on which sport has the public’s attention.
Topps says it’s pulled out all of the stops for its newest super premium line. Will it be worth the investment?
All but a few lots offered in a recent catalog sale found new homes, including some big ticket modern era cards.
eBay’s pre-holiday promotion is back, with the auction giant offering the chance to list anything with little risk.
Polygraph tests and a sworn oath are part of the documentation behind a new auction of Tiger Woods-used irons said to be those used when he won four straight major championships.
You don’t always have to pay the list price for a card that catches your eye.
JustCollect spent some hectic days after adding some juice to an eBay cash back program that helps its buyers and sellers.
A small piece of a man who died too young lives on in a couple of old shoeboxes full of cards that connects him to a fellow fan.
A South Carolina shop owner takes care of his younger patrons while making use of his newfound time.
24 years ago, Willie Mays left hundreds standing in line at a card show in Illinois.
Here’s proof that some T206 Honus Wagner cards do sit quietly in private collections.
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 […]
One former overproduction years card buyer has a few gripes to air about his era.