The trade winds blew Chris Paul rookie cards all over the place during the on again, off again trade to L.A. Now that the young superstar has settled in Clipper-land, they could be poised for growth.
Topps aims to help retailers make money while Leaf is creating a special giveaway for attendees.
Juan Martinez sees your Blake Griffin and raises you an Eric Gordon rookie card. Is he the next Russell Westbrook?
Robert Edward Auctions has latched onto several new to market trading cards including eight 1870s era baseball issues.
Collector John Rogers continues buying up the archives of photographers, newspapers and other publications.
Does a strong interest in sports cards lead to a better education and potentially a higher standard of living?
A trio of quick hits as we head for Super Bowl weekend including an autograph dispute, a big consignment and more raids by federal agencies.
The Editor’s Blog talks industry news, the snowy wait for ’11 Topps, the Bird/Magic rookie card and OPC hockey.
A suburban Chicago family is minus a nice collection of Ted Williams memorabilia. But the car runs like a top.
Police in Washington zero in on a man they say spent time in three card shops…but not during business hours.
Those who dare expose the peddlers of phony signatures sometimes find themselves on the receiving end of some bizarre behavior.
Another option for buying/selling your stuff.
He hasn’t made a deal yet, but the man looking to swap what he says is a valuable vintage baseball card collection for a new house, is getting a few offers. At 57, Clyde Bone is ready settle down with his new fiancee. He just needs a house. And he’s ready to trade his baseball […]
A couple of notes to wrap up the week…. F & W Media has cancelled the 2010 Hawaii Trade Conference because of "economic conditions and a lack of industry support" according to a post on the Sports Collectors Digest website. The annual event hosted by the company brought card companies, shop owners and other industry […]