Baseball, hockey, basketball and football cards have all been popular items and selling for premium prices in online auctions.
It may be the offseason for the NFL, but that hasn’t halted the interest in the football cards of Johnny Unitas, Terry Bradshaw and Aaron Rodgers.
Sports Illustrated magazines were not released with the intention of them being collectible, but over the years that is exactly what has happened.
Autograph collectors can find plenty of different autographs to chase after in current auction being hosted by Memorabilia Expert.
Collectors are still chasing after the football bottle caps of individual players that Coke released in the 1960s on its bottles of soda.
Sports Collectors Digest columnist Larry Canale reports Aaron Judge collectibles continue to sell for higher and higher amounts.
The 1958 NFL Championship is considered the “greatest game ever played,” and Huggins and Scott is offering what is believed to be the football thrown by Johnny Unitas to Raymond Berry in that game in its latest sale that ends Feb. 11.
Bazooka Gum football cards appeared in 1959 and 1971, and those box bonuses give collectors a fun challenge. Here’s a recap of the offerings.
They come in different denominations, features Hall of Famers and other stars, but are often centered poorly, have folds and printing quirks. Welcome to the 1962 Topps Bucks, issued in baseball and football versions.
Records fell by the wayside for three Hall of Famers in Grey Flannel’s $2 million Summer Games auction. Game-worn relics from Johnny Unitas, Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell all topped six figures in the sale.