Clean Sweep Auctions is hosting its largest auction, which is loaded with cards, autographs, and memorabilia from a variety of sports.
Chasing autographs through the mail can be a fun and rewarding experience. Here are some success stories of football autographs through the mail.
Twenty years before the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” U.S. men’s Olympic hockey team, the first “Miracle on Ice” took place at the 1960 Winter Olympic Games.
To help collectors get into the Winter Olympics spirit, Topps is releasing U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Team and Hopefuls trading cards.
Sports Collectors Digest freelance writer Dan Schlossberg shares his list of the best 50 baseball books that were published in 2017.
QR code technology gives sports memorabilia collectors a unique opportunity to to add video highlights to their memorabilia collections.
Proceeds from the sale of the 1994 Heisman Trophy won by Rashaan Salaam will benefit the research on athletes’ medical conditions.
Topps has been producing baseball cards for more than 65 years, and that tradition will continue when 2018 Topps Baseball is released in February.
The recently remodeled Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame uses modern technology to showcase the team’s past to fans of all ages.
A Type 1 photo from 1915 featuring Babe Ruth and the rest of the Boston Red Sox starting pitching staff recently sold on eBay for $52,500.