Memory Lane’s Spring Break Auction will kick off April 25, with a break-up of several high-end Bowman sets, numerous Mint singles from other popular sets and plenty of Ruth-signed items.
The March Fanatics Sports Spectacular show brings big autograph lineup, varied memorabilia options and a hot recalled product.
With the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field in the rearview mirror, here are some collectibles to keep an eye on, with more coming in 2015. There’s more to look forward to than new bleachers and more bathrooms this season.
Panini America signed former Oregon Ducks quarterback and 2014 Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota to a trading card and autograph agreement for the 2015 season that will include Mariota’s first licensed NFL and collegiate trading cards and autographed trading cards.
JPRS honors veteran dealer Ron Vitro with ‘Award of Excellence’ during its Winter Extravaganza; award will live on in his name.
A February sports show in Houston sounds nice, and collectors came up in force for the Tristar Productions event. A solid autograph lineup helped the cause.
A look at, and maybe a listen to, the Mattel Instant Replay records. They are plastic, touchy in terms of functionality and even slabbed? Revisit the 1970s relics, and learn if your player and discs still have any worth.
Professional Sports Authenticator has created the PSA Digital Card Album, a way for collectors to display and share their card sets online in a format resembling a traditional trading card album.
Topps BUNT, the exclusive trading card app of Major League Baseball, has been releasing Spring Training cards since pitchers and catchers reported in late February.
For major auction sales of high-end items, prices keep skyrocketing; new website helps keep track of the escalating market. Plus all of this begs the question: Collecting for hobby enjoyment or for investing?