A significant collection of 1910 T211 Red Sun Cigarettes baseball cards is currently being offered by Hunt Auctions. Since the earliest days of card collecting, T211 Red Sun cards have been highly prized due to their extreme rarity, distinctive design, and vibrant red advertising backs. The issue is considered one of the scarcest tobacco card sets, with only a scant few … [Read more...] about 1910 T211 Red Sun Tobacco Cards Hit Auction
Not many remember anymore, but John Elway had his choice of sports to pick from when it came time to decide on a pro career. He was a standout baseball player at Stanford and teams were lining up to try and convince him to take that route instead of football. In the end, though, there wasn't much of a decision to be made. Elway, as good as he was, was not a cinch to be a … [Read more...] about Elway Recalls Card Collecting Days
by Craig Paulson America loves football. The most profitable sports franchises are NFL teams. Despite the weak economy, football stadiums regularly have sold out their stadiums for their games. Baseball is not quite so successful. Weaker teams often play in front of small crowds and in many markets, it is rare to have stadiums with more than half their seating capacity … [Read more...] about If Football Is Top Spectator Sport; Why Are Baseball Cards Still King?
Panini's spokesman is hoping to turn kids into the collector that he once was. … [Read more...] about Kobe Keen on Card Collecting
If you've got a blog about sports cards, sports memorabilia and other related topics, let me know. We'll be glad to add you to our Blog City section under 'Collecting Resources'. You'll be seen by other bloggers and those with an interest in reading what you have to say and getting a link on a quality site with a lot of content is a great way to get some serious … [Read more...] about Link Exchange: Add Your Blog to Blog City
Next time your wife gets mad about "all of your stuff", show her this. … [Read more...] about Collecting Cop: Officer turns basement into BoSox museum