When it comes to Super Bowl MVP voting, it’s one brick in a larger body of work that determines long term value among sports collectors.
Hall of Famer Julius “Dr. J” Erving’s 1974 New York Nets ABA World Championship ring sold for $460,741 and set a record price for a sports ring in SCP Auctions’ November auction which concluded early Sunday.
A law firm representing dealer/collector Peter Nash in his dispute with a New Jersey couple over an aborted auction say they’re done with the case because of unpaid bills.
A Michigan hockey card collector latches on to a 1978-79 Canadiens mini Stanley Cup through a Panini Dominion promotion.
A stroll in the park led to the discovery of some of what was stolen from former tennis great Pete Sampras–but the majority remains missing.
Still facing financial problems, former Mets and Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra is selling off more memorabilia—and a very expensive watch.
Little Topps trophies will adorn the cards of eleven young big leaguers next year.
The Arena Football League is bankrupt and now everything they owns is headed for an auction.
A failed business has put some college football championship memorabilia on the auction block.
Ed "Too Tall" Jones’ Super Bowl XII trophy is on the move again.