Latest collectible toy from Topps showcases MLB’s best in a cubed object that features a stamp of the player’s signature, a player’s portrait or the team logo.
With fewer cards and a noticeably missing Babe Ruth, the 1934 Goudey set will never be as popular as its 1933 sibling, but there are still plenty of reasons to give it a look.
The number of sets on the PSA Set Registry is approaching some impressive milestones. As the number nears 100,000 (now at 85,000), PSA will be offering a series of giveaways, with the top prize being a 1915 Cracker Jack Christy Mathewson PSA 8, valued at $12,000.
A new licensing agreement between RareInk, MLB Properties and the MLBPA means a new line of limited-edition artwork featuring MLB players past and present, historical moments and ballparks.
Ticket sales are up for The National Sports Collectors Convention, which boasts one of the largest autograph
pavilions to date with nearly 100 signers. In early sales, Clemens and Piazza are leading the way.
Goldin Auctions knows how to get people’s attention – give them some money. At the upcoming National Convention, Goldin Auctions is offering $1,500 in prizes to those who register to bid in the company’s upcoming auctions, as well as those who are already on their bidding list.
The figures are almost as iconic as the sports they represent – Hartland of Ohio LLC has announced a new management team, did an overhaul of their website and has a new list of figures collectors can soon scoop up.
Reality TV will make the rounds to the National Convention, with “A Piece of the Game” to film a segment on sports memorabilia at the hobby’s biggest event.
In conjunction with the National Convention, Quint Premier Baseball Games is offering a special rate through Aug. 4 for its latest non-electronic, vintage style mechanical baseball pinball game.
Ah, the hype surrounding the National Convention is starting to ramp up. $1 million will do that. That is the reward offered by Lelands to anyone who brings in the confession papers from 1919 Chicago Black Sox scandal.