As its been said, the only guarantees in life are paying taxes, experiencing change, and the inability to cheat death. Changes in the Hobby are also constant, and as Editor Tom Bartsch explains that doesn’t mean all things change, nor does it mean change is bad.
Strolling around the 2016 National Sports Collectors Convention made for some entertaining times with Hank Thomas, Denny McLain and some amazing sports memorabilia.
Tristar’s Autograph Pavilion was the biggest ever at the 2016 National, with plenty of stars and stories taking center stage, from Joe Namath to Hulk Hogan.
The attractions of the Boardwalk City were reserved to the contents in the Atlantic City Convention Center, with many ‘wow’ moments. Take a spin around the show floor of the National Sports Collectors Convention.
The education in buying, selling and sleeping on the floor continues with a look at writing, sales tactics, autographs and getting out of the Hobby. More with Jeff Escue.
A 1952 Topps set, #10 on PSA Set Registry, breaks $382,000 in Mile High Card Co.’s August 2016 Auction that also saw impressive prices for items related to Larry Bird and Joe Montana.
Topps Wayne Gretzky sets record in $3 Million Memory Lane auction that continues to show the recent surge in prices for high-grade, vintage material.
Highest graded Joe Jackson rookie card,1909 E90-1 American Caramel fetches top bid in $5.1 million online auction.
From an unwanted power-hitting first baseman to a Hall of Fame catcher, Mike Piazza reflects on the long, winding journey.
An education in buying, selling and sleeping on the floor – a teenager’s memories, frozen in time, as he moved from collector to seller. Tales from Jeff Escue.