By Barry Blair After returning home from ‘The National‘, I saw the news story about the Wayne Gretzky card that sold at auction during ‘The National’ for $475,000. You read about the autograph signers there who charge over $100 for …
For a brand that packs as much prestige, heritage and Hall of Fame content as Panini America’s Prime Cuts Baseball does, three years away from the marketplace can seem almost like an eternity. But in late October, Panini America will reintroduce the …
Muhammad Ali’s actions transcended sports, yet one personal interaction spoke volumes about the man in hobby circles.
The Topps Co. has added a high-profile hurler to its Topps Authentics lineup. Topps has reached an exclusive memorabilia deal with New York Yankees pitcher Luis Severino.
New Collectors.com brings buyers to one site for coins, trading cards, autographs, paper money and stamps, with more categories to come. More than 9 million listings available in these categories now.
A trip to Israel showcases differences in sports, from type, popularity and adulation to autographs and trading cards. Ross Forman explains.
In a sale live now and ending Dec. 9, Steiner Sports is offering the Deacon Jones Collection, including individual championship rings and awards, along with 63 items in the Mariano Rivera Farewell Collection.
When it comes to professional athletes and autographs, there no better venues than the practice rounds of major golf tournaments. The recent PGA Championship proved to be a collector’s dream for autographs. This is a one-day tale of three kids and more than 200 signatures.
Signing autographs but not veal cutlets – a great American pastime that is as old as the game itself. Here are some quotes about the hobby from some of the game’s elite.
In response from a TJ Schwartz column on getting some of his first autographs, readers have shared their own stories, which range from Ty Cobb, Mickey Mantle to Danny Ainge and even Ronald McDonald. Feel free to share some of your own.