There have been some great finishes to sporting events over the years. In his latest book, “The Sports Finish Index: The Essential Sports Reference Guide,” Howard Peretz rates them and provides his pick for No. 1 overall.
If you submit cards to third-party grading services and don’t truly know the ins and outs of the final grade, Dave & Adam’s has provided an excellent Card Grading 101 tutorial.
Rare poster form 1926 was found inside the walls of a home being demolished and was rescued from the trash. The reward? the piece is already past $9,000 with more than two days to go.
A local shop does it right in terms of its inventory in a tourist town. However, the enthusiasm level needs to be turned up a notch.
Reggie Jackson, Carlton Fisk, Bobby Shantz and members of the 1969 N.Y. Mets and Stanley Cup Champion N.Y. Islanders among the featured guests at the Long Island National #19.
Upper Deck keeps up the solid golf trading card releases with 2014 SP Authentic Golf, complete with rookie stars, memorabilia patches and signatures from the game’s greats – past, present and future.
You are familiar with rewards programs for your credit cards and the like – now it’s coming to trading cards. In an effort to rid their products of redemptions, Panini is introducing a Rewards Program where collectors can pick and choose the cards they want.
WFL fans have another reason to celebrate: Series II football cards are now available. The 70-card set retails for $75, picking up where Series I left off.
The iconic Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card from 1989 kicked everything off for Upper Deck. Now 25 years later, the company is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a commemorative card set and giveaways planned throughout the year.
In a sale that had seven items top the $100,000 mark, Heritage’s Platinum Night Auction was led by Joe Jackson’s rookie bat, Ali’s gloves from his first bout with Sonny Liston and Babe Ruth 1923 pocket watch.