Focus on licensing and lighting in regard to Topps basketball cards with Butch Jacobs, the former directory of photography for the company. Why the backward jerseys and what exactly are “bathroom” shots?
Triple Crown winner American Pharoah brings renewed interest in horse racing, following big prices paid for Secretariat items this year. Is horse racing on the public’s radar once again?
The National’s Tristar Autograph Pavilion brought in 126 guests, Manny was Manny and the Miracle on Ice Team wowed the crowd. Plus, Tristar says possibilities abound for Atlantic City.
Exclusive series with former Topps Director of Photography Butch Jacobs continues with special look at action shots, logos and helmet-less players in Topps football card lore.
Case breaking is all the rage in the hobby, as young and old look for big hits on their own time for a lot less money.
Early 1970s Topps Candy Lids present condition challenges, yet the confection curiosities are popular with player, team collectors. Hall of Famers abound, but good luck finding them well centered in any of the three years of issue.
New Collectors.com brings buyers to one site for coins, trading cards, autographs, paper money and stamps, with more categories to come. More than 9 million listings available in these categories now.
Goldin Auctions has been named the Official Auction House of the Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum and Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards. The agreement runs through 2035 and will include auctions on notable anniversaries from The Babe’s career.
A Dream Team signed basketball from the Chuck Daly Estate topped $230,000 and a 1968 Ernie Banks Cubs jersey totaled #137,865 to lead SCP Auctions’ latest sale that topped $2.5 million.
Cooperstown hosted a Top 5 crowd in its history for the induction of John Smoltz, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and Craig Biggio, and the action was just as hot in the village, where 49 living Hall of Fame members were present for signings.