The attractions of the Boardwalk City were reserved to the contents in the Atlantic City Convention Center, with many ‘wow’ moments. Take a spin around the show floor of the National Sports Collectors Convention.
Reggie Jackson is remembered for his work in the postseason, whether smacking three home runs in three at-bats or winning three championships in a row. Here he talks about his biggest moments.
VintageBreaks.com will host a massive vintage memorabilia break valued at more than $140K worth of material and a 1952 Topps set break during the National Convention. Spots are still available on a first come, first serve basis.
Joe Theismann, one of the signers slated for the National Convention, opens about his career, fellow quarterbacks and how he is a hobby member himself.
Tristar Productions will roll out more than 130 signers during The National’s five-day run, including ’86 N.Y. Giants reunion, Mariano Rivera and stars across all sports.
One lucky consignor will be leaving The National with an added bonus courtesy of the Mile High Card Co. – a 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle rookie card graded PSA 3 or equivalent.
Rick Barry, the NBA Hall of Famer and champion, says confidence, natural ability and good genes go a long way in a pro career. Here is one of many interviews we have with signers at the upcoming National Sports Collectors Convention.
The post-9/11 catcher’s helmet worn by Mike Piazza will be offered in Goldin Auctions live event at The National. Piazza’s jersey from the same game sold for $365,000 earlier this year.
The 37th National Sports Collectors Convention will be without founder Mike Berkus, but the show must – and will – go on. John Broggi opens up about Berkus, The National and 2016’s show in Atlantic City.
Mike Berkus, the founder and director of the National Sports Collectors Convention, passed away Nov. 20 after a brief battle with brain cancer. He was 69.