20th annual San Francisco Collectors Show celebrates California athletes, hosts unusual sports memorabilia. A report from the show.
While it’s possible that one of these was prominently displayed in every candy store and five-and-dime that sold Cracker Jack in 1915, the number of surviving specimens can be counted on one hand, and the featured item was found it in a barn in the Midwest, where it likely sat for the duration of its existence.
Over the decades, 1960 Fleer Greats have earned a solid place in the hobby with the help of some famous faces. Prices for high-grade examples have seen an increase as well.
Even with hatless wonders, 1966 Topps Baseball turns 50 with a short prints chase that never gets old. Come along for a review of the set, along with some positives and negatives of the set.
One of the first big-time sports auctions of the year is kicking off April 6 with the debut of SCP Auctions’ Spring Premier, headlined by names like Drysdale, Koufax, Musial, along with Olympic memorabilia, Super Bowl 1-50 tickets and much more.
Topps has introduced Topps Now, taking baseball highlights and turning them into physical cards the next day. But hurry, the buying window is just 24 hours.
The latest Fanatics Authentics Sports Spectacular Show was held Mar. 18-20, bringing a healthy autograph lineup and items to the show floor that aren’t seen at most shows. Come along for a tour.
Right-handed catcher’s glove used by “The Babe” circa 1912 at St. Mary’s Industrial School for Boys to be sold at Premium Live Auction on April 30 at the New York Yankees Steakhouse in New York City courtesy of Goldin Auctions.
‘Detroit – The Unconquerable: The 1935 World Champion Tigers’ looks at Depression-era Detroit baseball and the principles involved. You won’t be disappointed.
An overview of 19th century tobacco/cigarette packaging and related insert baseball cards shows elegant design, classic poses. Here is a complete update from a 2005 article.