The family that found seven 1909-11 T206 Ty Cobb with Ty Cobb back baseball cards in 2016 that was dubbed the “The Lucky 7 Find,” recently found an eighth Cobb card in the same house.
Hobby veterans Jeff Copeland and Ron Britt take collectors around the show floor of the 2017 National Sports Collectors Convention, sharing what they found.
Collectors will be busy at the 38th National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago chasing after giveaways and other promotions.
PSA has announced that it has introduced a new label and new technology to its labels that are used in its slabs that encapsulate graded cards.
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.
Everything you ever learned about preserving your collection might be wrong – report from the Baseball HOF & Museum. The Baseball HOF held an inaugural Care and Conservation Workshop with some surprising information on what they deem as safekeeping for collectibles.
A group of seven cards, believed to be among the rarest of the popular T206 card set, were found in a paper bag. The Ty Cobb 1909-11 T206 cards with Ty Cobb backs have since been graded and have a value of more than a million dollars.
Approximately 120 footballs will be used in Super Bowl 50, and all of them will have the imprint of PSA/DNA to ensure authenticity in the future.
PSA will offer dual grading for autographed cards. Simply, collectors can get their card and signature graded in one shot.
The combined total value of the 25 million sports, entertainment and historical collectibles that PSA experts have now examined, authenticated and certified is well over $1 billion.