The checklist for Pop Century Photograph Edition includes Brad Pitt, Jack Nicholson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Clint Eastwood, Jennifer Aniston, Johnny Depp, Michael Jackson, Harrison Ford and dozens more.
From Mark Fidrych to Willie Stargell, 2013′s baseball books cover nearly every topic imaginable – and they are all fun to read! Here’s the conclusion to SCD’s annual Best of the Year list.
A challenge for Baseball Hall of Fame autograph collectors is nabbing signatures of the Spink and Frick Award winners. Here are some of the tough ones to get and which baseball card set features some of the signatures.
Not many collectors found the 1972 Topps Football 3rd Series in their stores. More than 40 years later, they are still looking. Here is a review of the popular high numbers from that set.
Leaf ends 2013 with a bang, releasing Sports Heroes that features stars (and their autographs) covering 12 different sports.
The Chicago Sun-Times Show lacked its star attraction, but an otherwise strong lineup of signers and collectibles drew attention. Meet a few of the dealers at the show and what items were on the show floor.
The calendar hasn’t turned to 2014 yet, but there is an event already to mark on the schedule for next year. Goldin Auctions is conducting the Babe Ruth Centennial Auction in July, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Ruth’s MLB debut with high-end pieces like a rookie-era game-used bat and a 1914 Baltimore News rookie card.
Leaf Trading Cards is taking over Famous Fabrics from In the Game immediately, as In the Game seeks an NHL license. Meanwhile, the Dallas company has also issued the Ichiro Immortals Collection.
From staging a mini reunion of The Love Boat with Gavin MacLeod, Bernie Kopell and Jill Whelan on hand to bringing in first-time signers like Tim Conway, C. Thomas Howell and Jamie-Lynn Sigler, next month’s Hollywood Show promises to be memorable.
Golf cards are getting a shot in the arm thanks to an upcoming set produced by Leaf Trading Cards. Offered in January will be Legends of the Links featuring cut signatures and actual tournament-used, signed scorecards from some of the biggest stars of the game.