Longtime sports collector and show promoter Nick Shoff looks at the hobby from many directions. With more than 40 years in the business as a dealer and promoter, he’s seen it all and shares some of his thoughts.
Everything you ever learned about preserving your collection might be wrong – report from the Baseball HOF & Museum. The Baseball HOF held an inaugural Care and Conservation Workshop with some surprising information on what they deem as safekeeping for collectibles.
During baseball’s heyday, you could find pins and pennants of the game’s stars courtesy of American Nut & Chocolate Co.
First offered for private sale, Lelands is now bringing the Jim Craig Collection to public auction, including iconic flag, gold medal and more. This joins hundreds of other quality items in the June 17 sale.
Heritage Auctions turned in a three-day sports collectibles event into an $11 million payday, with gangbuster prices for vintage cards, including a staggering amount for a 1952 Topps Willie Mays.
By Joe Dynlacht An auction was held on in early March in a suburb of Indianapolis, with approximately 100 lots of sports memorabilia up for bids. Of course, there are usually several such auctions that are held in Indiana each …
Doug McWilliams first shot from the stands to make his own cards before moving to a professional role thanks to Vida Blue. He would go on to shot for Topps and run elbows with many greats associated with various sports.
Craig Biggio opens up about collecting, show signings and Jeff Bagwell belonging in the Hall of Fame in exclusive SCD interview.
The fun challenge in getting your hands on the bouncy, foggy 1970 Chemtoy Major League Baseball rubber balls. Here is a rundown of the quirky release.
The market for high-grade, vintage singles continues to amaze, with records being set with seemingly each offering. Memory Lane rewrote the record books for two dozen items in its latest sale, led by Hank Aaron.