The three-day show, held April 25-27 at the Cow Palace, drew more than 5,000 collectors, including a throng of red-wearing 49ers faithful when Colin Kaepernick, head coach Jim Harbaugh and stars such as Patrick Willis, NaVorro Bowman and Frank Gore, among others, signed autographs.
In an agreement that will last for five years, Radtke Sports will be the exclusive home for signed memorabilia for former Alabama and Raider star Ken Stabler.
Panini America has reached a multi-year agreement with the Dallas Cowboys to be the franchise’s exclusive provider of game-worn memorabilia through Panini Authentic, the company’s memorabilia division.
The 35th National Convention, slated for July 20-Aug. 3 in Cleveland will have a few new twists this year, including a Case Break Pavilion and a chance to win items that will fit nicely into your man cave.
Just Collect has announced Bill Cengeri, formerly of SGC among other companies, will join the company as a staff writer and acquisitions associate.
Collector Corners, owned by PSA parent company Collectors Universe, offering free listings for PSA Set Registry cards in an exclusive selling platform.
Topps helps raise money for Clayton Kershaw’s charitable organization, and announces an exclusive autographed trading card deal with the top pitcher.
The “Amity Island Collection” will be sold by American Legends, featuring more than 100 high-grade vintage pop-culture sets including Outer Limits, Hit Stars, Three Stooges, Civil War News, Brady Bunch and more.
The sports memorabilia company is now the exclusive home for signed memorabilia for future draft picks Blake Bortles, Marqise Lee and Aaron Donald.
If you’re heading to the Long Beach Expo in June, bring along photos and stories of your favorite sports items – the casting crew for the History Channel show ‘Pawn Stars’ will be in attendance and looking for people to appear on the show.