Sports Collectors Digest Editor Bert Lehman takes a look at the impact Upper Deck has had and is having on collectibles industries.
Ever since collectors began realizing baseball cards have value, especially rookie cards, there has been an annual chase for the cards of the tops rookies expected to make Major League rosters out of Spring Training. When only a few card …
The 1981 Topps Traded Baseball card set included many players who played in the 1982 World Series, as well as Sixto Lezcano.
Even with advances in technology there is nothing that will ever replace the experience of obtaining an autograph in person.
Sports Collectors Digest editor Bert Lehman shares his experience a buying a Mickey Mantle card when he was in high school in the 1980s.
Despite advances in modern technology making home viewing better over the years, nothing beats being at a sporting event in person.
There’s a saying that is said quite often to refer to things that somebody has a lot of interest in: “It’s in my blood.” An offshoot of that saying, is, “Once it’s in your blood, you never get rid of …
When I came to the office for my first day of work on Oct. 3, as the new editor of Sports Collectors Digest, one of the first things that was said to me was how the readers and freelance writers …
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.
Goldin Auctions’ latest sale hits $5.8 million, with Muhammad Ali’s “Fight of the Century” gloves leading the pace at $606,375.