The first MLB All-Star Game was played in 1933 and since that time some of its most memorable moments have been commemorated on baseball cards.
The auctions keep getting bigger and better for Clean Sweep Auctions, so it’s not surprising that their current auction is filled with a plethora of sports trading cards and memorabilia.
Sports Illustrated magazines were not released with the intention of them being collectible, but over the years that is exactly what has happened.
In 1962 Topps Trading Cards released both baseball and football Topps Bucks, providing collectors with something unique to chase after.
With the MLB season about to begin, Shohei Ohtani baseball cards are being sought after by collectors and prospectors, in anticipation of him becoming a star.
Sports Collectors Digest contributing writer Larry Canale takes a look back at the 2017 online auctions sales that helped shape the sports card and memorabilia hobby.
Filled with historical artifacts from sports, entertainment and history, the Holiday Auction hosted by Goldin Auctions has something for everyone.
Football and baseball stand-up cards from the 1960s provided collectors with a “oddball” items to collect that are still popular today.
The current auction hosted by Collect Auctions is loaded with a plethora of sports cards, unopened packs and boxes, and autographed memorabilia.
Collectors of vintage game used jerseys will have plenty to chase after in the current auction being hosted by Heritage Auctions.