It was 50 years ago that Carl Yastrzemski of the Boston Red Sox put together a magical season to claim the batting Triple Crown.
A collector who lost autographed memorabilia at a recent show is asking the collecting community for its help in recovering the items.
Twelve unopened products of sports trading cards from the 1940s, ’50s and 60s could sell for around $1 million at auction.
“The Original Wagner” card with an ownership history traced back to 1909 is available in the 2017 Spring Premier Auction hosted by SCP Auctions.
Sports Collectors Digest Editor Bert Lehman takes a look at the impact Operation Bullpen has had on the autograph hobby since the FBI busts.
The game-used memorabilia hobby has made headlines after allegations surfaced that items provided by Eli Manning were not game-used.
Almost 30 years after entering the trading cards industry Upper Deck enters the collectible coins industry with the release of Grandeur Hockey Coin Collection.
Sports Collectors Digest Editor Bert Lehman takes a look at the impact Upper Deck has had and is having on collectibles industries.
The 1981 Topps Traded Baseball card set included many players who played in the 1982 World Series, as well as Sixto Lezcano.
Even with advances in technology there is nothing that will ever replace the experience of obtaining an autograph in person.