The Tristar Collectors Show in San Francisco featured Tristar Talk, which had Pete Rose answering questions from attendees.
Tristar readies for 120 autograph guests for The National, its largest lineup to date, including 18 Miracle On Ice team members. Here’s a preview of things to come, and signers you won’t want to miss.
More than 30 boxing greats converged in New York for the induction of Riddick Bowe, Ray ‘Boom Boom’ Mancini, Naseem Hamed and Yoko Gushiken. The Boxing HOF once again did an impressive job of getting former greats to attend and making them available to the public.
The National Sports Collectors Convention brings more than 100 athletes under one roof over five days; here’s a rundown of who’s coming and what to expect.
Once nestled in other products, Leaf has now released its Masterworks line as a stand-alone release, bringing nearly 200 athletes to life in a great combination of artwork and autographs.
While autograph guests tend to draw the crowds and get people talking at Tristar shows, the January Houston show had dealers glowing about vintage card sales and the big crowds on Saturday.
Although Julien’s has been touting the Evander Holyfield Collection for months, the championship boxer has filed a lawsuit to block the sale of 20 items slated to hit the block Nov. 30, including an Olympic medal, robes and championship belts.
A lot of personal collections have come to auction of late, from Julius Erving to Ted Williams to Tommy John. Lelands is serving up another round of personal items, this time related to boxing heavyweight Mike Tyson.
The gravy train keeps rolling for Mike Tyson. A hit on the autograph circuit, the heavyweight champ will now have new trading cards and signed memorabilia courtesy of Upper Deck.