A list of the coolest sports cards and collectibles that don’t all cost an arm and a leg.
Rich Klein talks 1982 card shows, is made to feel really old after his wife calls the cops on him …and recalls an NSCC softball game in which Beckett’s founder was the all-time catcher.
You could buy a ticket to this year’s Super Bowl. But wouldn’t it be a better long term investment to own one of these…for less money?
Rich Klein spends time at a hotbed of young baseball talent while a talented young singer in his own family provides the National Anthem.
If your profits aren’t measuring up, it might be time to revisit some tips for selling your sports card and such on eBay.
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 has signed a deal with the United States Olympic Committee to create a special card set prior to the 2012 Olympics in London.
From a century-old Rose Bowl program to a minty ’26 World Series program, eBay bidders have had a lot to choose from lately.
Topps All-Time Fan Favorites autographs will return for the first time in seven years, this time as an insert in the resurrected Topps Archives set. Those from the last decade are still showing market strength.
Topps has achieved peace with honor with its often ignored Opening Day baseball product, set to return in 2012.
You don’t have to be a fan of the team to appreciate the history behind David Kohler’s Lakers collection. Get a video tour of the shrine.
Selling part of his collection turned into a full-time venture for the owner of a Savage, Minn., baseball card shop.
Topps unveils another high end hobby-exclusive football card product.
Rich Klein steps back into the 1980s with some names from hobby lore.
Hobby stalwart Rich Klein is back with more recollections of the old shows–and the people who were there.
There’s rarely a dull moment at Bristol Motor Speedway and fans attending this weekend’s races will get a sheet of cards commemorating the track and some of its famous moments.
Rich Klein hasn’t missed a National since the Reagan presidency. He takes us back in time while reminiscing with hobby friends and offering some memories of what the hobby’s big show used to be like.
Walk into the office of the Howard County, Maryland state’s attorney and you’ll feel like you’re in a sports museum. It’s a way of putting victims and witnesses as ease during a difficult time.
Day one of the hobby’s 32nd annual national gathering.