The latest edition of the Dallas Card Show drew a sizeable crowd of collectors who checked out several hundred tables at the Watters Creek Convention Center Friday through Sunday.
A sampling of the action #dallascardshow pic.twitter.com/245w4OqkaT
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Texas has removed its mask requirements but the Marriott Hotel still had a mandate in place. Some attendees wore them; some didn’t.
Show organizers had a drone flying over the floor (yes, really). You can watch it here.
Bidding for the 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Rookie Ticket #144 Tom Brady Rookie Autograph (#99/100) at Lelands is now over $2 million with the buyer’s premium factored in. The card is graded 8.5 by Beckett.
Bidding won’t end until April 2.
A 2003-04 Topps Chrome Refractor LeBron James rookie card, the first sports card graded by Certified Sports Guaranty (CSG), sold for $98,100 in an auction that ended Thursday night. The card is graded 9.5 with sub-grades of 9 for Centering, 9.5 for Corners, 10 for Edges and 9.5 for Surface.
Thirty-nine bids were made for the card, which kicked off CSG’s entry into the sports card grading and authentication business last month. The company is a subsidiary of Certified Collectibles Group, a long-time grader of comics, coins, magazines and other collectibles.
The CSG certification label on the James card features the First Card Graded pedigree.
There are PSA 10 copies of the 1986-87 Fleer Michael Jordan and Jordan rookie sticker on eBay. An Exquisite Jordan is also among the most watched basketball card auctions on eBay right now.
You can see the full list here.
Alt says it has raised $31 million from investors for its newly launched stock market style platform for cards.
Courtesy of WZZM, meet the Michigan fan with a massive collection of magazines, newspapers and other items documenting the career of Tiger Woods.