As Super Bowl 50 looms on the horizon, here are some Super Bowl rings that caught the public’s eye when they were sold at auction. From The Fridge to Lawrence Taylor, the prices these rings drew was hefty.
Former major league outfielder Curtis Pride, born deaf, takes on new role as MLB’s Ambassador for Inclusion. Check out SCD’s exclusive interview.
Upper Deck has entered the digital card fray with e-Packs, digital trading cards that are bought, collected, sold and traded like regular cards, that also feature a physical component. COMC is the partner behind the project.
Gerald Ford is a President who could also be classified as a sports autograph on certain signed items. Here are some values and what to watch out for.
More than 200 incredible lots from the late Dodger great Don Drysdale’s personal memorabilia go up for bid in April courtesy of SCP Auctions. Rings, jerseys and Cy Young Awards all included.
Bazooka Gum football cards appeared in 1959 and 1971, and those box bonuses give collectors a fun challenge. Here’s a recap of the offerings.
The Jefferson Burdick Collection today: hard to thumb through but
slowly coming into view as collection is photographed for digital display by the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. Here’s a recent first-person account on viewing part of the collection.
The most significant NFL Championship ring ever offered at auction will be part of Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night event in New York. Part of the featured Jerry Kramer Collection is his Super Bowl I ring, expected to top $100,000.
In 1950, Topps delivered its first set devoted to a single sport; today Topps Felt Backs harken back to a simpler game and simpler cards.
The milestone anniversary for the Cranston Sports Show will also be bittersweet, as the 2016 event will be the last one under the direction of Tom McDonough.