Greg Morris Cards, one of eBay’s biggest volume sports card sellers, has launched a new website offering higher value sports memorabilia and athlete experiences.
Athletes and entertainers will offer items from their personal collections on consignment and also opportunities to meet in person for golf or other activities.
Collectt.com currently has over 1,400 items and experiences listed.
Morris plans to continue and grow its eBay card consignment business while operating the new website.
A new website has launched, aggregating trading card offerings from a variety of online sellers into one place.
Hobby Exchange currently compiles listings from eBay, ALT, COMC, My Slabs and PWCC. Users can search for specific cards being offered on all of those platforms.
Co-Founder Zach Robins says they plan to add more auction companies in the near future.
Collector Ryan Nolan has written a book aimed at identifying cards that are commonly found to be non-genuine and what to look for.
Spotting Fakes focuses on 50 of the most commonly bogus cards from various sports and eras. It’s available here via Amazon.com.
Joel Embiid’s latest monster game has put him in the discussion for NBA MVP. He scored 50 points in just 27 minutes in Wednesday night’s win over the Orlando Magic—and added 12 rebounds and three blocks for good measure. Now, one of his coolest looking jerseys worn in a game earlier this season is up for grabs.
NBA Auctions is offering Embiid’s City Edition jersey worn during the 76ers’ 103-98 victory over the Chicago Bulls on November 3. It was the first game that the 76ers wore the new shirts which have stripes that might conjure up memories of the Spectrum in Philadelphia.
The navy jersey, a Size 54 with 6 inches extra length, is registered into the NBA and MeiGray Game-Worn Jersey Authentication Program.
Bidding is set to continue through February 3.
A Premier Hockey Federation team is hoping to raise money for Alzheimer’s Awareness through the sale of special game-worn and autographed jerseys.
The Connecticut Whale wore the purple jerseys in a pair of victories over the Metropolitan Riveters last weekend. All proceeds from the auctions now underway will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association Connecticut Chapter.
MeiGray Auctions is offering 24 jerseys—most game-worn but some game-issued—with bidding set to run through February 10.