A look at color barrier pioneer Larry Doby, fireball legend Satchel Paige and the late 1940s Cleveland Indians.
While plenty of deals took place on the floor of The National, more impressive prices were realized in Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night Auction that topped $4.5 million.
SCP Auctions has announced The Chesapeake Find of 1909-11 T206s, more than 3,500 cards in all, which includes the vaunted Honus Wagner, graded PSA 1(mk).
The football trading card market got a shakeup on Day No. 2 of The National. Panini has announced an exclusive agreement with the NFLPA. Topps still plans some kind of role with football cards.
More than 1,000 lots are included in the auction, which leads off with 94 lots from The Rocky Mountain Collection, a remarkable accumulation of important sports cards from the 19th century through the early 21st century.
Sporting Life Art Cards will give away 100 promotional cards each day at the National Sports Collectors Convention.
The National Sports Collectors Convention, opening July 30, has numerous giveaways, rare displays and more; here’s a guide to make sure you get to all of the attractions. You have until Aug. 3 to see everything.
Bob Lemke did the dirty work and Keith Olbermann shared with the world : the missing players from the 1953 Topps Baseball set are revealed.
Babe Ruth’s fabled 1927 season, an Armenian Olympian at Antwerp, Iwo Jima, The Monkey Trial and other eye-witness accounts to history are all found in ‘The Last Leaf.’
Search engines help ‘detectives’ answer decades-old mysteries regarding vintage action cards. On some cards, what you are seeing is not what Topps is telling you is taking place. Here’s the real story.