The hobby’s Summer of Suits continues with word of a disgruntled customer filing against a well-known New York memorabilia company.
If your Barry Bonds rookie card collection is not appreciating, perhaps you should try law school. It seems attorneys are the ones getting rich in the sports memorabilia hobby–at least this summer.
On the heels of three court cases in the news during July, a wealthy collector from Massachusetts is disputing the authenticity of some of the items he purchased from Grandstand Sports of New York.
The company is ready to fight back.
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