Despite Mother Nature sending some challenges, the Toronto Sport Card and Memorabilia Expo went on as scheduled once again bringing dealers and collectors together.
Once again the collectors show in San Francisco, hosted by TRISTAR, was successful for both collectors and dealers who attended the show.
Football cards released by McDonald’s in the mid-1980s provided collectors with more trading cards than were generally released by Topps at that time.
The November sports card and memorabilia show in Chicago is now called the Chicago Sports Spectacular, but it is still a delight for collectors.
Football Hall of Famer Joe Montana shares his thoughts about his late-game comebacks, “The Catch,” and how he views Tom Brady’s career.
Dealers report strong sales at the 31st annual Tristar Collectors Show in Houston in February. Rick Haskins was honored with the Starry Award.
Memorabilia and collectibles associated with Mickey Mantle and Joe Montana continue to draw interest online from collectors.
Larry Canale reports that Russell Westbrook is on a record-setting pace this NBA season, while sometimes less autographs is better financially.
Dwight Clark never thought he’d stick with the San Francisco 49ers, but he ended up involved in one of the most famous plays ever in the history of the NFL.
A lineup of five mini busts of Hall of Famers Montana, Payton, Namath, Bradshaw and Emmitt Smith, first debuting in Canton, are now available nationwide. Cost is $29.99 each.