The 1961 Golden Press Hall of Fame set features cards of a variety of Hall of Fame baseball players in a many unique poses.
The 1988-89 Fleer Basketball card set was one of the last “simple” sets before technology took over and changed all aspects of the basketball card market.
Once again the collectors show in San Francisco, hosted by TRISTAR, was successful for both collectors and dealers who attended the show.
2018 Classics Football is set to be released in late May, and will include a 300-card base set that includes 100 veterans, 100 legends, and 100 rookies.
Ron Shelton spent 512 games in the minor leagues, and it was that time in the minors that inspired the baseball movie “Bull Durham.”
It may be the offseason for the NFL, but that hasn’t halted the interest in the football cards of Johnny Unitas, Terry Bradshaw and Aaron Rodgers.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has announced that it has found a permanent home in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Panini America originally created the Dominion brand for hockey cards several years ago, and it has now introduced it to the basketball card market.
After waiting 16 years, Alan Trammell finally received the call from the Baseball Hall of Fame informing him that he was going to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
It is natural for collectors to want to find the best deal possible when purchasing collectibles at a show, but what is the proper Hobby etiquette for negotiating the price of a collectible?