Rich Klein discusses a new deal between two of the hobby’s major online sellers of vintage sports cards.
Hundreds of cards from a large collection of original owner T206s were sold through a Maine auction house Wednesday.
With a checklist full of Hall of Famers including a pair of Gehrigs, this month’s Vintage Set Break offers a trip in the wayback machine.
Forbes’ David Seideman hopes his efforts at grading cards turn out better than they once did.
Over 1,300 lots of vintage sports cards and memorabilia are up for grabs as Memory Lane opens its I Own It Now sale.
A Lou Gehrig signed baseball and a high grade Cy Young card from one of card collecting’s greatest finds headline Huggins & Scott’s new auction.
The days of 35-cent packs bring back memories of baseball card designs for a 1980’s kid turned writer. Colin Fleming offers his list of the 5 best all-time.
On the other end of the phone or email is the next potential major consignment and more profit. So what type of items are sports-centered auction companies hoping to get right now?
Promoters of a Midwest sports card and memorabilia show are giving away dozens of iconic baseball cards and holding an auction during their three-day event.
New products are out, but vintage card collectors are on the prowl, too, sometimes hoping to turn raw into graded.
The collection of the man who literally wrote the book on baseball cards–or at least catalogued them–may be coming to a computer near you.
ESPN.com profiles talented graphic designer Gary Cieradkowski, who’s creating some cool looking art for the “Infinite Baseball Card Set”.
Buyers and sellers now have access to 60 days worth of eBay sales data, which should help you decide what to bid.
Not every kid who grew up in the 1980s and 90s was after the latest issue.
Selling sports cards on eBay means volume, volume, and more volume for eBay’s biggest sports card dealers…but the most successful sellers start ’em low and let ’em go.
Beckett has launched its latest price guide book, this one catering to professionally graded cards of all kinds.
Robert Edward Auctions has acquired a large group of rare pre-War cards from the estate of a long-time collector, including the T206 set’s most prized rarity.
The buying and selling goes on near Scranton, Pa., as dealers and collectors observe an evolving market that seems to be pushing back to its roots.
Both new and vintage sports memorabilia drew bidders in Memory Lane Inc.’s spring auction.
Have you voted today? Topps will count down your choices for the top ten baseball cards of all-time through a special promotion.