What many consider to be the most important game-worn jersey in Canada’s hockey history may break the bank.
The number of Tiger Woods signed items in the marketplace–and in collections–is going up.
They were in a box of hand-me-downs but the young boy who got them in the 1960s felt they should go back to the original owner who’d been serving in Vietnam.
by Ryan Friedman It’s one of the longest-running and largest shows in the hobby and this past weekend at the Chicago Sun-Times Convention, many of the biggest dealers and auction houses in the industry were once again on hand for the three-day run at the Stephens Convention Center. While the overall attendance at the show […]
vs Japanese company says having to take its one-time partner to court over a rogue move to print cards in China “came as a huge shock”.
The damages phase of a trial that pitted Upper Deck against its one-time partner was over almost before it began. How much it’s costing the California card maker is a mystery.