While some chase down bargain priced TVs, computers and video gaming systems, collectors want something else. Truth be told, collectibles shouldn't be immune from the biggest shopping weekend of the year. We've once again tracked down some Black Friday sports memorabilia specials and other deals that will be going on during Cyber Monday and in the coming … [Read more...] about Black Friday Weekend, Cyber Monday Sports Memorabilia Deal Guide
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10 Lower Cost Vintage Ty Cobb Cards
More than 90 years after he took off his spikes for the last time as a player, he's still making headlines. Even if you can't fork over six figures to own one of those rare ones that generated all the recent media attention, you can still find some cheap original Ty Cobb cards to call your own. In fact, there are plenty of great cards from Cobb's career that can be … [Read more...] about 10 Lower Cost Vintage Ty Cobb Cards
Editor’s Blog: Time to Cut the Auto-Relic Cord?
It seems almost impossible to fathom now, but back in the 1970s collecting sports cards meant piecing together one main set. Topps did football, baseball, basketball and hockey. You bought packs (boxes or complete sets if you were an adult) and that was was pretty much it. If you lived in the right area, you could buy something like the 1970 or ’71 Supers,’72 Posters or '77 … [Read more...] about Editor’s Blog: Time to Cut the Auto-Relic Cord?
2013 Topps Opening Day Baseball Preview
Topps Opening Day baseball cards are a kid-friendly product that will return for another season. The company insists it sells well at the retail level, offering an affordable price point for youngsters or their parents. That's apparently why the brand continues to be a staple of the Topps product line year after year. It's released almost simultaneously with the slightly … [Read more...] about 2013 Topps Opening Day Baseball Preview