The new contract means Panini America will be able to include autograph and memorabilia trading cards of Howe in its hockey card products for the first time. Howe also will appear on the company’s packaging and promotional materials.
Just over three months after the National, it’s time for major hobby dealers and some famous names to converge on suburban Chicago for another big show.
Some big name autograph guests, many from Baltimore’s legendary sports history, will join the sports card dealers at the Charm City 2 show in Maryland this weekend.
Sports card and autograph collectors will descend on eastern Pennsylvania for the latest installment of one of the hobby’s longest running events.
Long-time collectors and dealers know all about the shows at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh XXXIII returns this weekend with a 1971 Pirates Reunion Show on the docket. Joining the 250 tables of sports cards and memorabilia will be 16 players and two coaches from the team that won the 1971 World Series, including […]
A new show kicks off next weekend. The Show at the Oaks will have a big lineup of dealers and several autograph guests.
Every driver in this year’s Indy 500 will be there and speedway officials are hoping to add dozens more current and former participants to a special autograph session on race weekend. Dealer space for the annual memorabilia show was gone in two days.
Six weeks before the National Sports Collectors Convention, another large show sets up shop in Chicago.
Want an autograph from each of this year’s Pro Football Hall of Famers? $500, please.
Why organizers are encouraged about the future of one of the nation’s oldest card shows.
A fixture on the east coast, the Philly show’s spring event brings in dealers, collectors and a host of autograph guests.
One of the hobby’s longest-running events is back for another three-day run.
Autograph specialist Mounted Memories has been chosen to bring some order to the signing pavilion at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Apparently it’s the "summer of appraisals" in the world of sports collecting. The trend continued in Pittsburgh over the weekend where locals dug through their stuff and showed it to Dave Bushing.
An ultra rare unopened 1966 Topps Plaks wax pack graded GAI 6 sold on eBay this weekend for a hefty price.