This is the kind of stuff you’re really hoping is inside that shiny wrapping paper, aren’t you?
Topps had more rookies but the 1954 Bowman Baseball set had Mickey Mantle and a controversial short print as the card wars of the 1950’s raged on.
Sports Collectors Daily’s Chris Levy is back from the second edition of the Southern California Sports Collectors Show.
In the 1970s, you rarely heard the team. Now, vintage rookie cards drive the market. What’s the psychology behind the collection?
Baseball is only part of the equation when it comes to vintage game programs. Check out some cool pieces of football history that make up the last of the top 5 selling sports publications on eBay over the last 30 days.
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”.
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.
Collectors and dealers now have access to some valuable information on a massive database of graded cards now that the PSA Population Report is public info.
Collectors and dealers from all over the northeast have been coming to the monthly Albany sports card show for parts of five decades.
The T206 Eddie Plank plays Lou Gehrig to its more Ruthian-like brother, Honus Wagner, but serious collectors know how scarce it is.
Owning a 1952 Topps may be out of your budget, but what other Mickey Mantle cards have collectors been buying?
Vintage sports cards spanning virtually the entire history of collecting will be up for grabs later this week when Memory Lane Inc. opens its Winter Classics Auction.
A new book brings us more great baseball photographs from Charles M. Conlon. Can you say “Christmas list”?
One 1903 World Series program resides in Cooperstown. The other was sold by Hunt Auctions Saturday,as one of the headliners in the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum Auction.
A Washington man who turned his hobby into a business is still hoping someone can help find the man who swiped $30,000 worth of vintage sports cards from his shop last month.
Super collector Gary Cypres, the man whose sports memorabilia collection is housed in his own personal museum, gives us a look in preparation for a fundraising event.
Catalog featured exclusively high grade, rare, vintage sports collectibles.